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CogX Best Innovation Awards Winner: Recycleye

CogX Best Innovation Awards Winner: Recycleye

The Recycleye team are the proud recipients of another award – this one from CogX in the Best Innovation, Robotics and Automation category.

The CogX Awards are now in their 5th year, and aim to champion some of the finest practitioners of innovation globally.  Awarded in March, the awards celebrated innovators, visionaries and change-makers whom the judges believe are helping to get the next ten years right.

The specific award given to Recycleye aimed to recognise breakthrough innovation in robotics, focusing particularly on innovations in manufacturing and hardware.

Thank you to the whole CogX team and the judges for their support!

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