MacRobert Award: In conversation with Artemis Intelligent Power
Categories: Civil and structural
MacRobert Award winners Artemis Intelligent Power pictured at the Royal Academy of Engineering annual Awards Dinner 2015
On Tuesday 1st December 2015, the Royal Academy of Engineering is hosting an event with 2015 MacRobert Award winners Artemis Intelligent Power. The event is supported by The MacRobert Trust and The Worshipful Company of Engineers. The MacRobert Award identifies outstanding engineering innovation with proven commercial success and tangible social benefit. As well as the prestige of the award, the winners receive a gold medal and a £50,000 prize.2015 award winners, Edinburgh-based Artemis Intelligent Power, pioneered a new Digital Displacement® power system, with digitally controlled hydraulics that has the potential to transform the viability of offshore wind power and low carbon transportation. This event will provide you with an opportunity to hear the team behind the innovation talk about their journey from starting as a spin-out from the University of Edinburgh over 20 years ago to becoming a world leader in hydraulically powered systems.
Tuesday 1 December 2015 | 6.00pm – 9.00pm
Royal Academy of Engineering, Prince Philip House
3 Carlton House Terrace, London, SW1Y 5DG
Dr Niall Caldwell, Managing Director and Professor Win Rampen FREng, Chairman, Artemis Intelligent Power
Dr Dame Sue Ion DBE FREng, Chair of the MacRobert Award judging panel
To register for the event, click here to visit the Royal Academy of Engineering website.
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