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Triteq clients iMonSys & University of Hull have been shortlisted for the IET Awards for Measurement in Action. Winners will be shortlisted at the ceremony on Wednesday 19th November in London at the Brewery.

The successful entry, Eimo is an instant vital signs monitor uses innovative sensors to measure a person’s vital signs, instantly feeding this information wirelessly to a visual display, without the need for invasive testing. Developed in two versions for medical or home use, this will enable better monitoring of existing ailments and to alert to changes in health.

This year, alongside the drinks reception and canapés and delicious three course meal, you will have the unique opportunity to connect with the visionaries of the 21st Century and see first-hand some of the best innovations submitted to the awards through our Discover Innovation Shortlist Showcase.  Iona Crook, Project Manager and Allan Caple, Industrial Designer from Triteq and iMonSys will be participating in this showcase and are looking forward to demonstrating our work.

Measurement in Action Award Shortlist 

  • Createc
  • Imetrum Ltd
  • iMonSys Ltd, Triteq Ltd and University of Hull
  • United Utilities and the Centre for Water Systems University of Exeter
  • University of Tasmania, Imperial College London, Natural History Museum, Lakehead University and AMIRA International

Full news reports and photographs will follow after the event 

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