Most innovative use of hardware 2015/16

This award looks for a company, project, organisation or individual that has created a new device, project or service that uses hardware in an innovative way. This can be anything from robotics to the Internet of Things, including amazing product design.

Winner: Open Bionics

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The judges said: “Open Bionics has built life open-bionics-logochanging solutions around a nexus of new technologies. They’re attempting to challenge existing approaches, are immensely socially useful.”

Also shortlisted:

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Judged by:

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Ben Shorrock
Product Development Manager
Invest Bristol and Bath

 

Rick Chapman
High Tech Sector Specialist
Invest Bristol and Bath
Simon Starr
Organiser
Bath Ruby Conference

 

Philip Willis
Director
Centre for Digital Entertainment