Alba Incubation Clients sweep the floor at the recent Edge Awards

IbisVision were 1 of 16 companies  leaving the recent ScoEDGE awards with a prestigious award and a £50k cash sum.  They were joined by  fellow medtech company Metix Medical who swooped one of the Young Edge awards and Nautilus Beam who won £10k in the Wildcard Edge. As clients of the Alba Incubation service, Scottish Enterprises’ virtual support programme for technology businesses in Scotland delivered by Innovation Centres Scotland, the companies fought off some tough competition to secure the cash prizes.

IbisVision are the brains behind “Ring of Sight”, a revolutionary based software system for the diagnosis of glaucoma, the most common cause of irreversible blindness in the world.  Metix Medical who won a Young ScotEDGE award are a medical devices company who have created a world leading remote vital signs monitor for emergency care. Nautilus Beam are a start-up business working on a new user interface for wearable devices.

Kevin Lonergan, Commercialisation advisor for Innovation Centres Scotland said, “I work with both IbisVision and  Metix Medical.  Both leaders in their field of medical devices, it is fantastic to see them being recognised for their innovative products and market leading technologies. Nautilus Beam have a fantastic new piece of emerging technology that will revolutionise the wearables market”.

Mark Roger of IbisVision said, “Winning the Scotedge awards is an excellent achievement for us. We will invest the funds in the development and protection of our patent portfolio, invest in key resources, equipment and development of an application to provide visual field testing on head mounted displays.

The Alba Incubation Service supports young, start-up technology companies across Scotland to develop, incubate and grow.  It is delivered by Innovation Centres Scotland on behalf of Scottish Enterprise.

IbisVision were 1 of 16 companies  leaving the recent ScoEDGE awards with a prestigious award and a £50k cash sum.  They were joined by  fellow medtech company Metix Medical who swooped one of the Young Edge awards and Nautilus Beam who won £10k in the Wildcard Edge. As clients of the Alba Incubation service, Scottish Enterprises’ virtual support programme for technology businesses in Scotland delivered by Innovation Centres Scotland, the companies fought off some tough competition to secure the cash prizes.

IbisVision are the brains behind “Ring of Sight”, a revolutionary based software system for the diagnosis of glaucoma, the most common cause of irreversible blindness in the world.  Metix Medical who won a Young ScotEDGE award are a medical devices company who have created a world leading remote vital signs monitor for emergency care. Nautilus Beam are a start-up business working on a new user interface for wearable devices.

Kevin Lonergan, Commercialisation advisor for Innovation Centres Scotland said, “I work with both IbisVision and  Metix Medical.  Both leaders in their field of medical devices, it is fantastic to see them being recognised for their innovative products and market leading technologies. Nautilus Beam have a fantastic new piece of emerging technology that will revolutionise the wearables market”.

Mark Roger of IbisVision said, “Winning the Scotedge awards is an excellent achievement for us. We will invest the funds in the development and protection of our patent portfolio, invest in key resources, equipment and development of an application to provide visual field testing on head mounted displays.

The Alba Incubation Service supports young, start-up technology companies across Scotland to develop, incubate and grow.  It is delivered by Innovation Centres Scotland on behalf of Scottish Enterprise.

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