NEW INFRARED TECHNOLOGIES AWARDED WITH THE INNOVATION RADAR PRIZE 2018 – ‘INDUSTRIAL & ENABLING TECH’ CATEGORY

New Infrared Technologies (NIT) has been awarded with the Innovation Radar Prize 2018, category ‘Industrial & Enabling Tech’. This prize category aims to recognize new technologies and components, developed with EU-funding, that have industrial relevance and/or potential to enable the emergence of new applications.

NIT, a Spanish company with a world-class infrared sensor manufacturing technology, has developed a solution called CLAMIR based in the requirements of the Industry 4.0 towards a ‘zero-defect’ goal, providing a continuous, smart monitoring and real-time control of the manufacturing process. Thanks to a unique technology and to the H2020 Project MASHES outcome, NIT is implementing today the technology of tomorrow, bringing into the market innovative solutions for quality assurance and process control of laser-based processes.

The awards ceremony took place at the European Commission’s ICT 2018 in Vienna, Austria on 6 December. Mr. Arturo Baldasano, CEO of New Infrared Technologies, received the prize from Mrs. Mariya Gabriel, European Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society, and from Mr. Robert Hofer, Austrian Minister for Transport, Innovation and Technology.

The overall 2018 Innovation Radar Prize has been awarded to Gr3n for their breakthrough technology for ‘upcycling’ PET / polyester.

The CEO of NIT, Mr. Arturo Baldasano, receives the Innovation Radar Prize 2018 – ‘Industrial & Enabling Tech’ category