The accolades continue for innovative Bega Valley company Slasher Teck, with its roadside maintenance revolution to star at the upcoming CeBIT Australia expo.
CeBIT Australia – from May 23-25 at the International Convention Centre in Darling Harbour – is Asia Pacific’s largest business technology expo, and Slasher Teck has been named as one of the NSW government stand’s featured displays.
Along with Slasher Teck and six other innovative companies, teams from the NSW Department of Industry and Department of Finance, Services and Innovation will be part of the stand.
With 34 countries represented across exhibitors and delegates at CeBIT as well as seven international pavilions, NSW will be promoted globally as Australia’s leading technology business investment and tourism destination.
Of particular interest will be Slasher Teck’s recently patented roadside traffic management drone.
The digital LED display on wheels comes in both a remote controlled or fully autonomous model, is solar powered and contains storage for tools and witches hats for emergencies.
Slasher Teck received a project specific grant of $98,000 from the NSW Government to assist in the development.
The drone is Slasher Teck’s follow-up to its highly acclaimed roadside vegetation management system, which received the Best Environmental Product Award for 2016 and the Institute of Public Works Engineers Australasia Most Innovative Product Award at Civenex 2015.
Slasher Teck is the brainchild of Bega’s Nathan Boyle and his father Norm, of Tura Beach.