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Staff from successful innovator, Highpoint Access and Rescue (L-R) Lucas Zielke and Blake Stringer join Minister Lynham at a demonstration of the integrated light-camera system (CASSI) for confined spaces at their training facility in Rockhampton.

Ten Queensland innovators have been selected to be part of a 2017 Business Mentoring for Innovation Program with the Department of State Development’s Engineering, Construction and Resources Innovation Hub.

The program helps innovative products to get off the drawing board and into the marketplace to support growth and jobs.

The first stage includes business analysis and fact finding workshops, research and market analysis, strategies, identifying anticipated outcomes and opportunities across industries, geographies, markets and clients and documenting the next steps to commercialise innovations.

Four participants will advance to a second, more intensive stage focusing on developing industry partnerships and achieving longer-term outcomes.

When participants finish the program later in 2017 they will have important market insights and the information and direction required to get their product to market.

Successful applicants and their innovations include:

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