Does your latest innovation have what it takes to be an IET Innovation Award winner? Enter today to showcase your latest achievements across the breadth of engineering, science and technology.
The IET seeks Cambridge innovators for the 2015 IET Innovation Awards
Free to enter and impartially peer-reviewed, all finalists benefit from extensive media coverage and promotion to the IET’s 160,000 members, ensuring your innovation a more prominent profile within the profession and global recognition for your talent.
What sort of entries win?
Three Cambridge-based companies picked up Innovation Awards last year. CCS Ltd won the Communications category for their self-organising backhaul system. The system enables cost-effective small cell deployment in a flexible, organic way, offering a solution to the increasing demand for capacity on mobile networks.
Audio Analytic were named winner of the Consumer Electronics Technology category for “The future of sound” – an intelligent software system that recognises a broad range of sounds from crying babies to breaking glass to the elderly in need and can easily be embedded into home automation systems and IP cameras.
The Navigation & Surveillance Communication judges chose Aveillant Ltd to win that category for their Holographic Radar™. This is a new, real time 3D surveillance radar that minimises the amount of spectrum required by surveillance radar, and also solves the problem of wind turbine clutter on Air Traffic Control (ATC) primary surveillance radars.
You can see some of the other innovations that made the final in this short video:
Now it’s your turn…
To enter this year’s Innovation Awards, visit www.theiet.org/innovation to read the category scope(s) you are interested in, download the entry form and submit it online by 3 July 2015.
You can enter each innovation in up to three categories but please remember that you will need to submit a separate form for each category you enter. Good luck!
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