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About Aiia

Aiia is a European open banking technology provider offering a direct connection to banks through a single API, allowing its customers to develop and launch new digital solutions that meet the needs of everyday life, work, and play.On September 7th, 2021, Aiia was acquired by Mastercard. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

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Artillerivej 86 ST. TV.

Kobenhavn, 2300,


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The open banking ecosystem is facilitated by three main categories of startups including those focused on banking-as-a-service, core banking, and open banking startups (i.e. data aggregators, 3rd party providers). These are primarily B2B companies, though some are also B2C.

Latest Aiia News

CSIRO Human-Robot Teaming solution wins AIIA Queensland iAward

Jul 27, 2022

CSIRO Human-Robot Teaming solution wins AIIA Queensland iAward Wednesday, 27 July 2022 12:31 CSIRO Human-Robot Teaming solution wins AIIA Queensland iAward Featured 0 AIIA CEO Ron Gaucci The national science agency, CSIRO has won the Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) Queensland iAward as Government & Public Sector Solution Of The Year with its multi-robot navigation for effective Human-Robot Teaming solution. AIIA CEO Ron Gaucci said that all entries for the iAwards continue to highlight the “incredible innovative skills that exist in Australia” and “the work that has gone into the innovations and development of ideas is incredible”. The 29th annual ceremony recognising the Queensland entrants took place this week and the entry process for the 2022 iAwards followed the 2021 entry process, with entrants submitting a three-minute pitch along with their submission, for what was called “The BIGGEST Pitch”. The AIIA says entrants “demonstrated the incredible ways that businesses, government departments, startups and not-for-profit organisations continue to change and embrace innovative digital technologies”. “The innovations demonstrated at this year’s iAwards are brilliant and have wowed the judging panel once again,” Gauci said. “A huge congratulations to our 2022 winners, they are brilliant examples of individuals and organisations who are making a difference and have the potential to create positive change for the community. All entrants deserve recognition for their hard work and brilliant ideas. We want to thank them for their continued commitment to furthering Australia’s capability in innovation technology. “The iAwards entries continue to highlight the incredible innovative skills that exist in Australia. The work that has gone into the innovations and development of ideas is incredible. They continue to highlight that digital innovation will lead Australia for many years to come. The research and development occurring is amazing, we hope our prizes and recognition will support these amazing innovations take the next step towards successful public and commercial success. “The importance of strong innovative and digital skills has been reinforced through entries. We can see the highly skilled Australians who are delivering incredible work will be rewarded with strong success in coming years due to their innovations. It is vital these skills are supported throughout Australia to ensure our nation continues to be a leading innovator. “The AIIA is proud to unearth some of Australia’s best innovations.The winners of the 2022 iAwards continue to reflect the immense talent in Australia and the largely untapped potential Australia’s ICT sector holds,” Gauci concluded. The 2022 Queensland iAwards winners by Category are: Government & Public Sector Solution Of The Year - Multi-robot Navigation for effective Human-Robot Teaming by CSIRO Technology Platform Solution Of The Year - ProcurePro by ProcurePro Education & Student Solution Of The Year presented by Telstra - mediSmart by Brisbane Girls Grammar School Start Up Solution Of The Year - Critterpedia – The Smartest Way to Reconnect People with Nature by Critterpedia Pty Ltd Business & Industry Solution Of The Year- Guardian IMS Flood Intelligence Bridge by QIT Plus Sustainability & Environmental Solution Of The Year - Global Sustainability Lab by The University of Queensland Each of the 2022 Queensland iAwards winners will now compete for the National iAwards title which will be announced in October. Details about the 2022 Queensland iAwards winners: Government & Public Sector Solution Of The Year Innovation: Multi-robot Navigation for effective Human-Robot Teaming Company Name: CSIRO The multi-robot navigation solution was developed during a gruelling global robotics challenge over a 3 year period. Our solution enables humans and machines to reliably and effectively work together to achieve a common objective by eliminating the need for individual humans to teleoperate individual robots. Technology Platform Solution Of The Year Innovation: ProcurePro Company Name: ProcurePro ProcurePro is a procurement and contracting platform for Main Contractors in the construction industry that fills the digital void between tendering and commitments. ProcurePro provides visibility, controls, consistency and efficiencies to the highly manual subcontractor procurement process, enabling quality that improves supply chain management and commercial outcomes for construction projects. Education & Student Solution Of The Year presented by Telstra Innovation: mediSmart Company Name: Brisbane Girls Grammar School My innovation will revolutionise the medical industry and provide a network for doctors, nurses and other allied healthcare workers to ensure they can provide the best quality care for patients. This innovation is extremely versatile with endless functions and uses. Its easy to use interface allows for hospital staff to securely and efficiently monitor patients anytime, anywhere with minimal training. With the mediSmart system hospitals can "save time, save lives." Start Up Solution Of The Year Innovation: Critterpedia – The Smartest Way to Reconnect People with Nature Company Name: Critterpedia Pty Ltd Critterpedia uses interactive play and gamification to encourage people to use their devices to get back outside, building positive, lifelong mindsets towards the environment. Using its core proprietary AI computer vision tool, built-in collaboration with the CSIRO, Critterpedia can also instantly identify animals, and users are rewarded to participate in crowd-sourcing this biodiversity data that can then be used to scale this technology across multiple sectors including, agriculture, biosecurity, and education. Business & Industry Solution Of The Year Innovation: Guardian IMS Flood Intelligence Bridge Company Name: QIT Plus QIT Plus generates flood extents and property impacts and automates notifications that enhance preparedness for areas at risk of flooding. The Guardian IMS Flood Intelligence Bridge is a powerful Common Operating Picture which is capable of ingesting data from an array of devices and data feeds to monitor the environment in real time and deliver the benefits of accurate and early assessment to flash flooding with advanced alerts and notifications. Sustainability & Environmental Solution Of The Year Innovation: Global Sustainability Lab Company Name: The University of Queensland The Global Sustainability Lab is a decentralised facility for collecting environmental performance data from organisations and households that enables real-time monitoring of environmental performance, benchmarking of environmental performance, pinpointing of business operations or household behaviours that generate high levels of emissions. The Global Sustainability Lab contributing tangibly to our collective ability to reduce carbon emissions and avert irreversible terminal global heating Read 37 times It's all about Webinars. Marketing budgets are now focused on Webinars combined with Lead Generation. If you wish to promote a Webinar we recommend at least a 3 to 4 week campaign prior to your event. The iTWire campaign will include extensive adverts on our News Site and prominent Newsletter promotion and Promotional News & Editorial. 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  • When was Aiia founded?

    Aiia was founded in 2011.

  • Where is Aiia's headquarters?

    Aiia's headquarters is located at Artillerivej 86, Kobenhavn.

  • What is Aiia's latest funding round?

    Aiia's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • Who are the investors of Aiia?

    Investors of Aiia include Mastercard.

  • Who are Aiia's competitors?

    Competitors of Aiia include Tink and 1 more.

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