The E-Legacy awards were held at Kensington Roof Gardens, and Triteq went along to celebrate that they had been chosen as a finalist for the medical advances award for the development of a dermal imaging product for Eykona.
We have developed a 3D imaging system that takes four pairs of 5 megapixel images per second. Using this with Eykona's programme the images can be layered up to create a 3D image and comparisons of wounds can be made to assess how they are healing without probing the wound.
The awards signify those companies that will shape the future of electronics. The finalists were picked by the Electronic Product Design Magazine on there Corporate Social Responsibility. Those in the finals included Texas Instruments, Ericsson Power Modules and Farnell. The categories included Investment in the Environment Award, Contribution to Sustainability, Investment in Education Award and the Medical advances award.