Open Bionics, The Open Hand Project, and our founder Joel Gibbard, have been nominated for three technology awards.
TechSparkUK recently broke the news that over 220 people, organisations, and businesses, across the South West have been nominated for the Sparkies awards.
Among those nominated are, Vouchercloud, Engine Shed, fellow Bristol Robotics Laboratory start-up founder Silas Adekunle, and Bristol Braille Technology who are working to radically reduce the cost of expensive Braille displays.
Joel said: “Bristol has been recognised as a hub of engineering and technology excellence and it's fantastic to be a part of this growth.
The Sparkies awards give just a little insight into what is going on in the South West tech scene. I'm thrilled that my project, business, and work are included.
It's really great to see projects, that are using technology to better people's lives and make a real impact, recognised and nominated.”
These nominations came after Joel was named 'Young Design Engineer of The Year' at the British Engineering Excellence Awards.
Read what the TechSparkUK founder, David Maher Roberts, had to say about the awards in the Bristol Post (we even got a shout-out!): Sparkies are proof Bristol and Bath is already a world-class cluster
Wonder if it was the Adams Hand that caught their eye...