SpaceDraft has been recognised as one of the top startups in the country by the Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA). After taking out the Startup of the Year category for Western Australia, SpaceDraft went on to receive a Merit in the category at AIIA’s 2020 iAwards.
The iAwards is Australia’s longest running technology innovation program, recognising excellence in the digital ecosystem.
SpaceDraft, a proudly Western Australian software company, is a cloud-based web application that maps ideas in 4D on a digital, shareable canvas.
CEO and Founder, Lucy Cooke, said: ‘There needed to be a more creative way to create, collaborate and share plans or concepts. That’s why I invented SpaceDraft.’
SpaceDraft was founded the 31-year-old Lucy Cooke, and after 5 years of development with almost 50 thousand users, the technology has clear applications across education, mining, oil & gas, events, physical mapping and gaming.
The easy-to-use, cloud-based web application maps ideas in 4D on a digital shareable canvas enabling real-time collaboration for people working on any physical or virtual scenario. With hundreds of examples to help you get started quickly and easily, SpaceDraft is the best way to creatively share any plan for space and time.
More about the iAwards: https://aiia.com.au/iawards/
More about SpaceDraft: https://www.spacedraft.com/