Innovation Bay teamed up with Southstart to bring Australia’s brightest startups to the food and wine capital of the country - Adelaide. Wheel Alert Technologies was one of 16 tech startup businesses, curated and selected by a national panel from a list of over 100 of Australia’s best tech startups, to pitch to an audience of local and national angel investors and VCs at the SouthStart technology festival. The audience included the likes of the Shark Tank’s Steve Baxter.
Pitch@Palace Australia 3.0 took place on 4 October 2019 at Government House in Perth, Western Australia. The Duke of York HRH Prince Andrew hosted the event, where 42 Entrepreneurs had the opportunity to Pitch their businesses in front of an influential Audience of potential supporters, including CEOs, Influencers, Mentors and Business Partners. Wheel Alert Technoligies was proud to have the opportunity to pitch for 30 seconds at the finals of Pitch@Palace Australia 3.
Wheel Alert Technologies delivers a 3 minute pitch in front of the Duke of York HRH Prince Andrew at Pitch@Palace bootcamp
Pitch@Palace Australia 3.0 Boot Camp was held at Murdoch University, Perth on 2 October, 2019. 42 Entrepreneurs, selected from five On Tour Events across Australia, took part in Boot Camp, which provided them with the opportunity to hear from leading industry experts and Pitch@Palace Alumni, as well as receiving support and mentoring. All entrepreneurs pitched their businesses for three minutes and a panel of judges selected 12 entrepreneurs who will pitch for three minutes at Pitch@Palace Australia 3.
Dramatic footage has emerged of a near miss involving an out-of-control truck hurtling through one of Adelaide’s most notorious intersections, narrowly avoiding a turning vehicle. A Victorian truck driver has lost his licence over the incident, which occurred on the South Eastern Freeway about 5:30am on Wednesday and was captured on dashcam footage provided to the ABC. Key points: The footage shows smoke billowing from the truck’s brakes as it travels down the South Eastern Freeway A 24-year-old driver from Melbourne will face court over the incident It comes just days after another heart-stopping moment on the same major road The latest video — which comes just days after another hair-raising incident on the same major road — shows the B-double in the left lane on the down track with smoke pouring from its wheels after losing its brakes.
Pitch@Palace Australia 3.0 On Tour Adelaide took place at the Pullman Adelaide on 25 September 2019. 15 Entrepreneurs Pitched their businesses to an audience of CEOs, Influencers, Mentors and Investors. A panel of Judges selected eight Entrepreneurs to take part in Pitch@Palace Australia 3.0 Boot Camp and Pitch@Palace Australia 3.0 in October. Wheel Alert Technologies is proud to be selected to participate in the finals of Pitch@Palace Australia 3.0 to be held in Perth.
A dashcam recording has captured a B-double driver making a heart-stopping recovery on the down track of Adelaide’s South Eastern Freeway. The incident happened near Crafers about a week ago and was posted by Dash Cam Owners Australia last night. Key points: Adelaide’s South Eastern Freeway has a history of nasty truck crashes A new video shows a truck’s trailers swaying on the road The road transport association says the safe recovery should give the public confidence South Australian Road Transport Association executive director Steve Shearer said it was incredible the truck stayed upright.
A truck has hit six vehicles, including a minibus, when its brakes failed near the base of Adelaide’s notorious South Eastern Freeway. Police say it is “miraculous” no-one was seriously injured. Emergency services were called to Glen Osmond Road at the exit of the freeway about 6.30pm on Wednesday. It is believed the semi-trailer lost its brakes. Several people were treated at the scene by paramedics, with one man taken to hospital with minor injuries.
A motorist has recorded the terrifying moment a semi-trailer hurtled down a busy freeway with the driver losing control as the truck’s brakes failed. The footage, obtained exclusively by 9News, shows the B-Double speeding down the South Eastern Freeway at Leawood, Adelaide around 8.30 this morning. As the driver lost control, he was able to avoid other vehicles on the Freeway and managed to steer the B-Double into a gravel arrester bed to bring it to a halt.
A TRUCK driver has been fined for breaking driving laws after disaster was narrowly averted on the South-Eastern Freeway through the Adelaide Hills. Traffic police spotted the B-double truck travelling down the freeway at the tollgate with smoky brakes just before 7pm on Saturday. The truck was stopped at the Portrush Rd intersection, where police discovered the brake temperatures were between 210C to 270C. The truck, and both trailers, were defected and the trucking company is now under investigation “regarding the maintenance of the vehicle”.