The Student Startup of the Year Award recognises and celebrates innovative enterprises launched by UWA student entrepreneurs.

Winner

student startup of the year winner

Student Startup of the Year Winner

UWA Student Startup of the Year
MAE Swift UAV pitched by
Tom Maclaurin: Faculty of Arts, Business, Law and Education (FABLE) – UWA Business School

The MAE Swift UAV is a pilotless aerial vehicle, capable of flying five times higher than many drones currently on the market. The device can conduct aerial surveillance at a fraction of the cost of current piloted aircraft, and has various agricultural and surveillance applications.

Finalists

HUMM Technologies

Ahmud Auleear (Faculty of Arts, Business, Law and Education (FABLE), UWA Business School)

HUMM Tech’s goal is to expand human potential with wearable neurotechnology. They’re working with high performance cognitive athletes, to build a headset that measures and stimulates mental performance for competitive eSports.

MUD & MUSK

Haweya Ismail (Faculty of Science, School of Agriculture and Environment)

Mud & Musk creates DIY skincare products, which aims to make it easier to get in touch with natural ingredients, their history, and how they are sourced, ensuring that skincare can be accessible, affordable and ethical. Launched in 2016, the organisation supports sustainable and fair-trade practices when sourcing cosmetic ingredients.

MAE Swift UAV

Tom Maclaurin (Faculty of Arts, Business, Law and Education (FABLE), Arts/Law)

The MAE Swift UAV is a pilotless aerial vehicle, capable of flying five times higher than many drones currently on the market. The device can conduct aerial surveillance at a fraction of the cost of current piloted aircraft, and has various agricultural and surveillance applications.