TD-Info 2019 Excellence Awards - Results Announced, with Leonardo Overall Winner
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Congratulations to Leonardo as winners of the TD-Info 2019 Excellence Award for a piece of work entitled 'The Best Part to Print: A Process for Down-Selecting Parts for Additive Manufacturing (AM)'. Download a copy here
The award was presented at DI'19 to Travis Chamberlain who was the author of this study which was one of the Good Practice Study Group 2018 projects.
Download a copy of the full Results for the TD-Info 2019 Excellence Award
Highly Commended Awards were made to the following submissions:
- Type 23 Frigate Fleet Minor Trial for the “Connected Platform” using Analytics and Light Fidelity (Li-Fi) Technology to empower the Royal Navy (RN) Maintainer from Babcock International Group’s Naval Marine Division, working with MOD and Supply Chain organisations, including Small to Medium Enterprises (SMEs) comprising:Navy Command Deputy Assistant Chief of Staff (Engineering Support) (DACOS(ES)), DE&S Warships – T23 Strategic Class Authority, Pure Lifi (for Wireless Network), Applied Integration (for Sensor Suite), SIEMENS control systems (for Condition Monitoring System) and ContextIS (for Cyber Security)
- Quantum-generation Information Assurance from Prizsm
- Project STAS: Providing troops with the equipment they need to stay safe - Qioptiq
- IA Inside - Ascentor
- Astute Class Submarines – Technical Documentation Support solution - MOD In-Service Submarines (ISM), Submarine Production (SMP) and BAE Systems
- Improving information governance across the supply chain - Clearswift
- Governing Master Data within Defence Logistics from Defence Logistics and Glue Reply
TD-Info extends its appreciation to the 2019 Excellence Awards judging panel comprising: Ross Harris (Cranfield University), Peter Cheetham (tlmNexus) and Simon Foale (Dstl).
In his summary, prior to making the Award presentations, Simon Foale praised the efforts of all who had entered submissions and warmly recognised the contributions of the finalists, who showcased their entries to DI’19 delegates as part of the Good Practice Market Place. Simon, also a judge in DI’18, added that the job of separating the finalists seemed more challenging than ever this year.
Added: 25th April 2019