SHANKLIN company Innovative Physics has been named ‘one to watch’ in Europe in a list of business excellence published by the European Business Awards, one of world’s largest and longest running business competitions.

Now in its 12th year, the awards considered more than 111,000 businesses from 34 countries.

It features 18 different categories promoting the programme’s core values of innovation, success and ethics.

Innovative Physics, which works predominantly in the nuclear, homeland security and medical sectors from its base at Landguard Manor, provides innovative solutions to complex problems using sensor technology, artificial intelligence and pattern recognition.

The company was selected for the prestigious 'ones to watch’ list having demonstrated exceptional achievement in innovation.

Mike Anderson, chief executive for Innovative Physics, said: “We’re delighted to have been shortlisted and recognised in this way for the work we do.

"We are only a small team, but we have rapidly built a business that has set us apart in the market because of our innovative and bespoke approach to solving complex scientific and engineering problems.

“We are very proud of our UK roots and our success in forging significant links with government and business leaders across Asia, USA, Canada from our base on the IW.

"We continue to strive for excellence and widen our support to companies across the globe and we look forward to hearing the outcome of the next stage in this awards programme.”

Adrian Tripp, awards chief executive, said: “The companies chosen are the most inspirational, successful and dynamic in Europe. This list of excellence is a benchmark of success for the rest of the European business community.”

If the company becomes a national winner, they will take part in a final in December, where the European winners will be announced.

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