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“Leading Towards Robotics Technologies” Innovation Competition

The Office of the Government Chief Information Officer (OGCIO) is organising the Catch the Innovation Campaign (the Campaign), themed on “Leading Towards Robotics Technologies”, to promote innovation and creativity in using robotics technologies to enhance public services. The Campaign starts with a series of thematic seminars and workshops, in parallel with an innovation competition (the Competition) for all serving staff in the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China (the HKSAR Government) to submit innovative proposals with adoption of robotics technologies to enhance public services.

Short-listed Proposals

Following project proposals have been short-listed by the Selection Panel for proof-of-concept (PoC) in the Stage 2 of the Competition. If you would like to propose any I&T solution that could facilitate the PoC of any of the short-listed project proposals, please send a short description of your solution, the name of the relevant project proposal and your contact information to “” and specify “Propose Solution for CTi Innovation Competition” in the email subject.

With the assistance of the Smart Government Innovation Lab, contestants of the short-listed project proposals will work with IT suppliers to implement their project proposals via a PoC within a six-month period. Contestants are required to submit a report for their PoC and present the PoC results to the Judging Panel on the Pitching Day.

Winners will be awarded with the following prizes:

Innovation and
Creativity Award


Grand Award

A trophy and HK$10,000 cash coupon

1st Runner up Award

A trophy and HK$5,000 cash coupon

2nd Runner up Award

A trophy and HK$3,000 cash coupon

Merit Award x 7

A trophy and HK$1,000 cash coupon

Certificate will also present to each team member of winning teams.

All awarded proposals will be showcased in the “Smart Government Pavilion” at the ICT Expo in the next year


For any enquiries about the Competition, please contact:




Smart Government Innovation Lab

3182 6731