The IDTechEx Awards recognize company development and success. All companies operating within these technologies are welcome to apply. The winners will be announced during the drinks reception which takes place in the Exhibition Hall on November 14.
"We have been 3 years developing a 3D printing method capable of creating customized splints according to the patient's needs. The whole process implies lower medical costs and resources, because of the faster 3D printing method and the rehabilitation system. Thus, we optimize resources in medical procedures and above all, we improve the quality of life of both doctors and patients."
"We are happy to receive these awards from such an important firm like IDTechEx. This award is completely dedicated to our team, our passion and the important investment that has led us to achieve our goals in these years."
"We are delighted and honoured to receive the IDTechEx Award for Best Product"
"We really appreciate receiving the Best Institute/Academic R&D Award at the IDTechEx 2018 event"
"We are honored to have our XLM supercapacitors recognized by IDTechEx. The need for 'always on' reliable power is critical for everyone. Eaton's XLM supercapacitors are designed to save companies from power and data losses. A power drop from milliseconds to 10 seconds can cause a 2- to 4-hour power outage and cost millions of dollars."
"IDTechEx Show offers a high-caliber speaker lineup and a professionally organized event and the award ceremony. InterDigital and the Chordant team were truly honoured to be recognized for the 'Best IoT Technology Development Award' and look forward to the future events."
"We are extremely delighted to have received the IDTechEx Best New Material or Component Development award. There is not better recognition for Cambridge Mechatronics' innovation in the wearable market than the one given by a leading research institution as IDTechEx and the industry experts"
"We are very excited to have received this award. The development of our 'environmentally friendly' smart functional Quantum Technology Supersensor™ (QTSS) printable inks for pressure/force sensing allows product designers across many applications and markets to create game-changing, differentiating and more sustainable products whilst enabling electronic environmental impact reduction, sensor weight reduction, efficiency gains and cost reduction. QTSS inks allow the creation of flexible, smart functional pressure sensing surfaces and 3D Force Touch 'without costing the earth'!"
"Interlooped is a design project currently in the development stages. To have the originality and technical aspect of the work recognised by IDTechEx is very rewarding. Exhibiting at the event and talking to industry professionals has been really useful to help identify future applications of the work"
Deadline for submissions is Friday 5 OctoberDownload application form