Constable Care Child Safety Foundation has delivered award-winning children’s health and safety programs in WA schools since 1989.
A registered harm prevention charity, the Foundation delivers face-to-face education to over a hundred thousand children every year in primary and secondary schools throughout Western Australia.
With a team of highly qualified professionals and extensive experience in making learning fun and engaging, the Foundation also operates a world-first AR-enhanced road safety experiential learning centre for children from its premises in Maylands, Western Australia. Using the learning and expertise gained from running this hugely successful Safety School, the Foundation have partnered with DSBS to create Arility.
DSBS are an IT company providing independent strategic planning and system implementation services in Australia since 2003.
With experience in augmentated reality and the gamification of learning in university and industry projects, the company contributes years of exciting and practical knowledge to make Arility an engaging and measurable experience.
Working together to create an exciting future in education, we have combined our 50 years of expertise to develop and release Arility in July 2018.
Arility now has multiple accolades!
- Pitch at Palace Australian finalists 2018.
- Australian Road Safety Foundation Community Program award 2019.
- Innovator of the year 2019 finalists in three categories - Growth, Digital innovation and Great for the State.
- Atom award finalists 2020.
- Re-imagine education finalists2020. (the oscars of education)
We develop engaging and exciting AR content that ensures students want to learn.
Arility lessons are directly linked to the school curriculum, allowing teachers to identify measurable learning outcomes.
Arility delivers real-time, easy to understand reports straight to the teacher’s inbox, linking their individual students’ experience directly to learning outcomes from the WA curriculum. All the hard work’s done!
Arility named a winner at the Australian Road Safety Awards presented by Caltex as part of the 2019 Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix.
Now in their 8th year, the awards are an initiative of the Australian Road Safety Foundation and acknowledge the achievements of leading road safety organisations to improve safety and reduce trauma on Australian roads.
An independent judging panel selected the Australian Road Safety Award winners based on commitment, application, innovation, scope, sustainability, engagement and overall effectiveness.
Arility were finalists in 3 categories in the WA State government's Innovator of the Year award 21019.
Growth (Rio Tinto)
Digital innovation (DXC)
Great for the State (Business News)
The innovator of the year program is an initiative of the WA State Government's New Industries Fund, which aims to enable SMEs to develop greater opportunities to commercialise their ideas and innovations and expand to create new jobs.
Arility's picks up the Highly Commended award from the 2019 3M Australian Council of Road Safety awards with Roger Farley from the Road Safety Commission.
Arility shortlisted for the global "Oscars" of education – the Reimagine Education Awards & Conference in London 8th - 10th December 2019 and winners of the 2020 one to watch.
These Awards receive over 1,500 entries from education developers worldwide and we were shortlisted as Finalists in three categories – the VR/AR Award, the Arts & Humanities Discipline Award, and the Oceania Region Award!
Arility a Finalist in the prestigious 2019 SAE ATOM Awards in the Best Educational App or Ebook category!
Arility is approved on the Teacher App Library and Parent App Library in the Educational App Store.
They also put us top of their category for Best Safety Education Apps to Keep Your Kids Safe and gave us 5 stars with their teacher evaluation process.