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Emily Bobis named finalist in the NSW Women of The Year Awards 2022




Emily Bobis, who is a 26-year-old entrepreneur and co-founder of Compass IoT, has been named a finalist in the NSW Women of The Year Awards for 2022.

There are seven award categories in the 2022 program and Bobis has been named in the NSW Young Woman of the Year section.

She is up against a number of other young talents, including Julie Charlton, Camille Goldstone-Henry and Angelique Wan.

Entrepreneur Emily Bobis is the co-founder of Compass IoT, a start-up tech company that analyses data from the SIM cards in cars built after 2014 and maps the near misses. Picture: Toby Zerna.

The Awards recognise remarkable women and girls who make a significant impact in NSW in the areas of science, education, health, industry culture or community.

Bobis’ tech start-up business uses real-time data analysis of cars swerving or breaking to detect trends and patterns. This halved the number of car crashes on one of Sydney’s busiest roads.

READ MORE: Entrepreneur, Emily Bobis, uses hidden car GPS data to stop crashes before they happen.

Bobis won the 2021 UTS Startup of the Year and UTS Best Start-up (established). She was also a finalist for the 2021 Sydney Young Entrepreneurship Award, and named a Top 50 Small business leader in 2021.

Winners of the NSW Women of The Year Awards will be announced on Wednesday, 9 March, at the 2022 NSW Women of the Year Awards at the International Convention Centre Sydney.

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