The Awards celebrate the most pioneering engineering and technology innovations across 14 sectors, from energy and sustainability to transport and healthcare.
IoT represents unprecedented opportunities in cutting costs, reducing energy consumption, improving efficiency and more. But building software systems for IoT is more challenging than usual. Temboo is the first of its kind: a ‘no code’ solution aimed at the burgeoning new collar workforce. Being recognized by an organization as prestigious as the IET is encouragement for us to keep moving forward with our company mission, empowering as many kinds of people and organizations as possible to create IoT systems.-Trisala Chandaria, Co-Founder & President of Temboo
Our Co-Founder and President, Trisala Chandaria, received the award at an awards dinner and ceremony held in London on Nov. 14 hosted by comedy actor and writer Sally Phillips.
IET President Mike Carr OBE, said: “Our Innovation Awards put the achievements of the most outstanding engineering and technology inventors around the world into the spotlight and play a critical role in helping them advance their vital work.”
“Innovation is an essential foundation for the growth of the global economy and for raising the standard of living in all communities. It is a key differentiator that makes companies and projects successful and, in keeping with the IET’s mission to inspire excellence in engineering and technology, we are immensely proud to recognise, celebrate and show our support for these exceptional achievements.”
More information about all the Innovation Awards winners can be found at www.theiet.org/innovation
More About The IET
The IET is one of the world’s largest engineering institutions with over 168,000 members in 150 countries. It is also the most interdisciplinary – to reflect the increasingly diverse nature of engineering in the 21st century. Energy, transport, manufacturing, information and communications, and the built environment: the IET covers them all. The IET is working to engineer a better world by inspiring, informing and influencing our members, engineers and technicians, and all those who are touched by, or touch, the work of engineers. We want to build the profile of engineering and change outdated perceptions about engineering in order to tackle the skills gap. This includes encouraging more women to become engineers and growing the number of engineering apprentices. For more information, visit www.theiet.org