MHI announces Innovation Award finalists

Winners to be announced on April 6 during the MHI Industry Night celebration at Modex.

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MHI has announced the finalists for the 2016 MHI Innovation Award competition, which serves to educate and provide valuable insights on the latest manufacturing and supply chain innovative products and services.

A total of 98 innovations were submitted by Modex 2016 exhibitors for the competition. Click here to view all submissions.

Submissions were reviewed by a panel of judges who determined the following four finalists in each category.

Best New Innovation Finalists
Fetch Robotics, Product: Robot & Follow Pick
I am Robotics, Product: Swift-Autonomous Picking
UNEX Manufacturing Inc., Product: Pick Plank
Balyo Inc., Product: Self-Guided Truck

Best Innovation of an Existing Product Finalists
Joloda International Inc., Product: Trailerskate 2.0
Intelligrated Inc., Product: Intellisort Cross-Belt – Dynamic Discharge Compensation
CubiScan – Cubing & Weighing Systems, Product: CubiScan 75
Intralox, LLC, Product: ARB Sorter S7000

Best IT Innovation Finalists
Warehouse Mobile Solutions, Product: Warehouse OS
SOTI Inc., Product: MobiControl
Emulate3D Ltd., Product: Emulate3D
RAM Mounting Systems, Product: IntelliSkin & GDS Technology

The contest defines innovation as a new product, product line, technology or service or new application of existing products or technology that create quantifiable and sustainable results in terms of ROI, cost savings and customer satisfaction. All innovation award submissions will be showcased at the Georgia World Congress Center during Modex. Finalists will be evaluated by the judging panel on the morning of Monday, April 4.

The award winners will be announced on April 6 during the MHI Industry Night celebration at Modex.

Modex will be held April 4-7, 2016 at Atlanta’s Georgia World Congress Center. For more event information, visit

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