Inflowmatix were delighted to win The Institute of Water’s (IOW) Northern Area Award at The National Innovation Awards 2020, as well as being shortlisted for the National Award.
Whilst the IOW provides a stage on which to recognise Innovation in the UK water and sewerage sector, their National Innovation Awards gives a much needed spotlight for the many innovative individuals and companies. The awards recognise excellence within the water sector and are just part of the commitment the IOW is making to promote the right cultural environment and to encourage pride in the sector.
Inflowmatix were recognised for their products and services that enable water networks to monitor, understand and optimise the performance of their distribution networks through high resolution hydraulic monitoring solutions and insights. This allows networks to source, prevent and resolve issues such as leakages and supply interruption.
After receiving the award, Inflowmatix CEO, Dr Mike Williams, said “We are honoured to be recognised by such a prestigious platform for our work in the water sector, and this award will only spur us on to continue to work collaboratively with the networks, providing groundbreaking solutions to help optimise their performance.”
Sam Bright, Innovation Programme Manager, from the IOW commented, “It feels like every year we compliment the standard of the applications but truly this year’s cohort has been exceptional, which is a great sign of the Innovation culture blossoming in our area right now and I want to thank you for your part in contributing towards that.”
The Award is normally presented at the President’s Dinner during a prestigious ceremony where water sector experts from across the UK gather together, however, unfortunately due to the pandemic, the ceremony was not able to take place in person this year.