The “Smart Mobility Award” aims to encourage the development and adoption of Smart Tourism, Smart Logistics and Smart Transport applications, in order to drive the growth of smart city and enhance the quality of life, creating a more convenient, safer and more efficient environment for citizens and tourists.
Ms. Anna Lin, Chief Executive of GS1 HK said, “As the pandemic begins to ease and outbound travel restrictions gradually relaxed, the logistics, transportation and tourism industries are tapping in new technologies to prepare for the rebound in passengers and transportation needs forthcoming. From facilitating passenger departure to supporting passenger navigation and travel booking products, they are capitalizing on the trends; we also see solutions that address the day-to-day issues, for example mitigating parking and transport problems, automating the logistics processes, as well as ensuring construction quality, they are raising the bar for people living standard and business operations.”
Hong Kong Airport Authority won “Smart Mobility Grand Award” and “Smart Mobility (Smart Transport) Gold Award” with its “Flight Token Travel”. A convenient service for majority of travelers and manpower / cost saving for the authority, Flight Token Travel is a self-service biometric identification system that enables passengers to enjoy a seamless departure journey at Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA). With Flight Token Travel, passengers can pass through various departure checkpoints – from check-in and bag drop to security checks and boarding – by simply showing their faces, and without having to present their travel documents and boarding passes again.
The list of Smart Mobility awardees is shown below. For the details, please visit: https://www.gs1hk.org/sites/default/files/publications/GS1%20HK_SMA%202022%20booklet_Final.pdf
There are 3 award streams under the Hong Kong ICT Awards 2022 – Smart Mobility Award, namely Smart Logistics, Smart Tourism and Smart Transport. Selected contestants will be awarded with Gold/ Silver/ Bronze Award, or Certificate of Merit after undergoing adjudication processes and interviews by the judging panel, comprised of members and professionals from the ICT associations, companies, academic and government institutions.
Hong Kong ICT Awards 2022 – Smart Mobility Award winners list (in alphabetical order):
| Category || Award || Organisation || Winning Entry |
| Smart Mobility || Grand || Airport Authority Hong Kong || Flight Token Travel |
| Smart Transport || Gold || Airport Authority Hong Kong || Flight Token Travel |
| Silver || eSIX Limited || 5G+ Super Connector |
| Silver || Sino Parking Services Limited / Halo Energy Limited || Electrifying Existing Car Park with |
Charging Technology to be EV-Ready
| Merit || Urban.Systems Company Limited || MobiPro: Autonomous Vehicle |
| Smart Logistics || Gold || iLab, Faculty of Architecture, The University of Hong Kong / Estates Office, HKU / Paul Y. Engineering / Logistics and Supply Chain MultiTech R&D Centre || Remote e-Inspection System for |
Cross Border MiC Logistics
| Gold || Schenker International (H.K.) Limited / BPS Global |
| Asia’s First Communal Automated |
Integrated with Smart Manufacturing – AMC Automated Logistics Centre
| Silver || Kin Shun Information Technology (Hong Kong) Limited || Zeek SaaS Solutions |
| Merit || CUHK Medical Centre || Smart Logistics for CUHK Medical Centre |
| Smart Tourism || Gold || Maphive Technology Limited / Lands Department || Creation of 3D Indoor Map for Smart City Mobility |
| Silver || Klook Travel Technology Company Limited || Klook’s Dedicated Booking & Distribution Solutions for Global Partners |
| Silver || Timable Limited || Timable |
| Merit || West Kowloon Cultural District Authority || West Kowloon Cultural District Mobile App |
For details about “Smart Mobility Award”, please visit https://www.gs1hk.org/SmartMobilityAward
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About GS1 Hong Kong
Founded by the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce in 1989, GS1 Hong Kong is the local chapter of GS1®, which supports companies’ digitalisation to enhance supply chain transparency and efficiency, ensure product authenticity, and facilitate online and offline commerce with global supply chain standards (including GTIN & barcodes) and a full spectrum of standard-based platforms, solutions and services.
Currently, GS1 HK has around 8,000 corporate members covering close to 20 industries including retail consumer goods, food and food services, healthcare, apparel, logistics as well as information and technology. By engaging with communities of trading partners, industry organisations, government, and technology providers, GS1 HK is fostering a collaborative ecosystem with the vision of “Smarter Business, Better Life”.
Headquartered in Brussels, Belgium, GS1® is a not-for-profit, standards organisation that has 115 national chapters serving 150 economies globally. For more information, please visit www.gs1hk.org.