iRed have been selected as a finalist for the UK’s leading tech awards, in recognition of our innovations within the Clean Tech sector.
The awards, taking place on November 22 at Bristol’s Harbour Hotel, showcases businesses in the innovation space.
iRed has been nominated for the Clean Tech Award, given to businesses that are driving the emerging clean tech sector. We’ve been selected for our innovative use of infrared thermography within the built environment.
Infrared thermography is an effective, non-destructive method for assessing a buildings thermal performance. The technology enables homeowners, building occupiers and builders to quickly identify heat loss within residential and commercial buildings. In doing so, they can make significant savings on their annual heating and ensure their premises is performing effectively.
The 2018 GoTech Awards received hundreds of applications across the UK, and iRed are pleased to announce that we are one of five finalists in our category. With the awards drawing close, it’s now up to a panel of thirteen, industry-leading judges to select who will win the 2018 Clean Tech Award.
About the GoTech Awards
The GoTech Awards celebrates businesses and entrepreneurs leading the way in technology and innovation across the UK. The awards are open to large, small, established and start-up organisations from around the world – with an aim to find and celebrate pioneers of industry. Categories include the Best Use of VR, Best Use of Big Data, the Clean Tech Award and the Advanced Engineer Award.
The 2018 awards are hosted by Business Leader, and are sponsored by global leaders including Orcale and Osborne Clarke.
Jack Bloomfield is the Marketing Manager for iRed. He helps businesses realise the benefits of remote sensing and drone operation in the UK.