For a second consecutive year, food-technology company Aseptia was named as an award winner at the international Edison Awards, which honors achievements in innovation. Aseptia’s 2016 Silver Edison award acknowledges its AseptiSense technology – a system of tools for process simulation, particle-flow monitoring, and safety validation of complex particulate food products that are sterilized with aseptic processes. The company was recognized with a gold award in 2015 for its patented AseptiWave process, which uses rapid, consistent heating to produce shelf-stable foods that retain the qualities of fresh foods without preservatives or refrigeration.
The Edison Awards – named for Thomas Alva Edison, who achieved vast notoriety with 1,093 U.S. patents – annually honor the best in innovations and innovators. Award nominees were judged by more than 3,000 leading business executives including past award winners, academics and leaders in the fields of product development, design, engineering, science and medicine.
In addition to the awards reception, Aseptia presented during the Annual Gala’s “Innovators Showcase,” highlighting its technological achievements through a hands-on forum for guests.
“Opportunities such as the Edison Awards allow groundbreaking, unique innovations to shine among a vast array of industries," said Aseptia CEO David Clark. "This consecutive award not only recognizes Aseptia’s advancements within the food marketplace, but also our company’s immense strides in processing and validation measures within the technology spectrum.”