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The O2 NextGen Digital Challenge Awards 2016


Sponsors of The O2 NextGen Digital Challenge Awards 2016


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Chi Onwurah MP host for the NextGen 2012 Challenge Awards during the presentation evening at the House of Commons Members' Dining Room on 8 October 2012


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Digital Inclusion Award

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Winner: Tinder Foundation & NHS England: Widening Digital Participation

Runner-up: AmicusHorizon: Get Connected

Ben Brown - Tinder Foundation receives the award from judge Derek Wyatt

Innovative Digital Applications Award

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Winner: Staffordshire University: Digital Forensic Archaeology

Shared Runners-up: HAT: Hub of all Things Wheatley Group & Glasgow Caledonian University: Game of Homes

Carmen Cuadra-Gómez receives the award from judge Sally Higham

Digital Healthcare Award

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Winner: NES Digital: NHS Education for Scotland

Runner-up: Knowsley Liverpool Heart & Chest Hospital: SENSOR project

CarolineLamb and ChristopherWroath receive the award from judge Sally Higham

Digital Skills Award

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Winner: CCEA: Digital Curriculum & Qualifications Framework

Runner-up: Northumberland County Council: BeDigital

The CCEA team receive the award from judge Colin Coulson-Thomas

Economic Development Award

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Winner: Highlands & islands Enterprise: Digital Highlands & Islands 

Runner-up: Ltd: Wakefield WiFi

Peter Guthrie receives the award from NextGen Director Marit Hendriks

Network Innovation Award

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Winner: BDX Co-operative: Brighton Digital Exchange

Runner-up: COLT Technology: Software Defined Networking

Shaun Fensom receives the award from the Earl of Erroll

Open Data Award

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Winner: Suffolk County Council: Year of Information

Runner-up: Birmingham City Council: OpenTransportNet

The Year of Information team receive the award from judge Susie Ruston-McAleer

O2 Digital Champions Award

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Winner: British Red Cross: The Emergency Mobile App  

Runner-up: Suffolk County Council: Highways Reporting Tool

OliviaBurke and NicolaMatthews receive the award from O2's Peter Asman

Rural Connectivity Award

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Winner: Ardeonaig & Ardtalnaig Community Association: Loch Tay Community Broadband

Runner-up: Marykirk Local Network

Picture - from right to left: Scotland winners Loch Tay Community Broadband, Highlands and Islands (Economic Development Award) and runner-up Marykirk