We were really happy to be invited to Rushlight’s one day workshop and exhibition held on January 25th in the chambers of the Royal Geographic Society, right next to the Royal Albert Hall in London.
Led by Clive Hall, the annual Rushlight Show and Awards Day is a premiere event that brings cleantech developers and sustainable solution providers together with businesses looking to source improved levels of sustainability in their supply chain and operations, as well as investors looking to back them.
It was really interesting to meet other people with vision, insights into market trends and business needs, imagination and drive, each with their own area of expertise. The ingenuity of people always amazes me. I learned things I never knew before and saw, yet again, the many ways of delivering valuable services that improve quality of life through advanced technologies.
Along with over fifty other organizations we pitched up our stand with its new-look design and short presentation of the Tyreless Project. It didn’t take long before we were talking to ‘neighbours’ about the applicability of advanced sensory systems in industries as widely separated as smart agriculture and recycling nuclear waste.
In the evening Rushlight presented awards for innovative concepts to several companies who entered the competition back in 2017. We congratulate all contenders (we will compete next year!) and the winners, especially Nuclear, Engineering and the overall winner Fog.
Anyone interested in cleantech innovation should really attend next year’s event. Here is the link to Rushlight so you can speak to Clive and his team directly.