The awards recognize excellence in edge computing hardware, software, platform, and applications, and individual excellence and contributions to the edge ecosystems.
The Awards went to:
CruxOCM for Edge Startup of the Year – Recognizes Startups with between US$ 3 million to $15M funding and more than 20 employees. The list of the finalists is here.
CruxOCM uses Edge Computing yo automate Oil & Gas control room operations and improve sustainability
dRISK for Edge Innovator of the Year Recognizing young companies with up to $3M funding with less than 20 employees – The list of the finalists is here.
dRISK Leverages Edge Computing for testing and training Autonomous Vehicles to make AVs safe in the modern world.
Precision AI for Edge Rising Star of the Year – Recognizing more mature companies with more than $15M of funding raised. The list of the finalists is here.
Precision AI leverages Edge computing for Precision Spray Drone System to increase yield, reduce inefficiency & overspray using artificial intelligence
Odience for Edge Native Application of the Year
Odience is a remote participation platform, used to create live immersive, and interactive experience for markets such as retail, live music, and sport
Kaniz Mahdi for Edge Woman of the Year
SVP Technology Architecture & Innovation, Deutsche Telekom, recognized for leadership in, and outstanding contribution to, the field of edge computing.
Edge Computing Industry Recognizes Women Shaping the Future of Edge with Fourth Annual Awards Program
“Year after year, this award highlights the incredible contributions and accomplishments of women in this swiftly evolving industry,” said Gavin Whitechurch of Topio Networks and Edge Computing World.
The 2022 Edge Women of the Year Award finalists include:
- Amanda Marrs, Senior Director of Product at AMP Robotics
- Azita Martin, VP & GM Artificial Intelligence for Retail and CPG at NVIDIA
- Elaine Liew, Head of Hybrid and Edge Computing at Amazon Web Services
- Giulia Merlo, Edge Computing Senior Portfolio Manager at Vodafone
- Inna Ushakova, CEO and President at AI EdgeLabs
- Kaniz Mahdi, SVP Technology Architecture & Innovation at Deutsche Telekom
- Kuan Collins, Director of Innovation Factory Hub Huntsville. SAIC
- Meryem Simsek, Chief Scientist, Advanced Technologies at VMware
- Nitu Kaushal, Managing Director, Intelligent Edge, Europe Region at Accenture
- Tilly Gilbert, Principal Consultant and Edge Practice Lead at STL Partners
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