Engineering and software winners announced
Scottish Engineering Awards
Company of the Year: Superglass Insulation
The President’s Award for Excellence: Howden Compressors.
Sustainable Development Award: ScottishPower Renewables
Business Transformation Award: CB Technology
Digital Transformation Award: AGR Automation
Skills Award: John Bean Technologies
The Scottish Engineering/Incorporation of Hammermen of Glasgow Award: Colin Scouller of Thales UK
Digital Technology Awards
Product Innovation: Cyan Forensics
Service Innovation: Good Loop
Innovation through Cyber: 7 Elements
Innovation through Data: Leidos
Innovation through Fintech: Lending Crowd
People Development Programme: The Data Lab
Leadership: Sarah Smith, Mercury Product Visionary, City Facilities Management
Digital Tech Business of the Year – Start-up: Bad Dinosaur
Digital Tech Business of the Year – Scale-up: LendingCrowd
Digital Tech Business of the Year – Enterprise: Inoapps
Unsung Hero Award: Monica Richardson (Forrit); Kelly Gardner (Codebase Stirling)
ScotSoft Young Software Engineer of the Year Awards
St Andrews University student, Ryan Wilson, has been named Young Software Engineer of the Year 2020, having developed a tool that helps check a parallel program for flaws when running on a system with so-called weak memory consistency. .
The Best Engineering Project Award went to Craig Pirie from Robert Gordon University, for his project on using AI vision to identify corrosion in underwater images for inspection engineering applications.
Scottish Legal Awards
The national awards celebration for excellence in Scottish Law will be hosted as a virtual event this year.
The Scottish Legal Awards reported yet another strong year for entries in the competition and finalists had been announced in 17 categories earlier this year.
Details on the new virtual event which will be broadcast on Thursday 4 November, will be released in the coming weeks. Plans include a ticketed event with dedicated networking zones, live hosts, entertainment, and video messages.