Shaun August, Victoria Anderson and Andrew Baxman from Innovative Physics

LOCAL TECH COMPANY IN LINE FOR PRESITGIOUS BRITISH ENGINEERING AWARD

Beeas Logo 2022 Shortlisted Final-2Island-based firm Innovative Physics have been shortlisted in the category ‘High Impact Innovator of the Year’ in this year’s prestigious British Engineering Excellence Awards (BEEAs).

The high-tech firm, based in Shanklin, has developed a global reputation for its research and development in evolving technologies like sensor technology, artificial intelligence, and pattern recognition, working principally in the nuclear, homeland security and medical sectors across Asia, Europe, Canada, and the USA.

The British Engineering Excellence Awards have been the benchmark of engineering excellence for over a decade and is designed recognising and rewarding the UK’s best design engineers.

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The High Impact Innovator of the Year category celebrates companies punching above their weight in terms of innovation and having successful track records in delivering products or services despite their size or being new to the market.

Innovative Physics, though a relatively small team of 18 highly qualified physicists and engineers, have delivered wide ranging, cutting-edge products, and systems to help aid nuclear decontamination, identify security risks at airports and develop techniques to speed up the process of detecting cancer.  The company has also more recently been involved in new applications of their technologies and skills in the AgriTech and Oil industries.

Mike Anderson, Chief Executive Officer for Innovative Physics said:

“We’re delighted to have been shortlisted in these prestigious awards and particularly to be recognised as high impact innovators of cutting-edge technology and systems.

“As a small company we very proud of the successful track record and market we have developed, despite strong competition from much larger companies.  Key to this has been our ability to offer our clients bespoke solutions to complex scientific and engineering obstacles and to work closely with our overseas clients, even with the challenges of the pandemic, to deliver comprehensive ongoing technical support and advice.”

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The awards entries will be judged by a 7-strong panel of electronic and engineer design experts and winners revealed during a ceremony at the Landmark Hotel in central London on Friday 18th March 2022.

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rodney burt
rodney burt
4 months ago

This is proof that were not all CORKHEADS

Jon Benton
Jon Benton
Reply to  rodney burt
3 months ago

Caulk Rodney, not Cork 🙂

 

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