Lvlogics Limited has been announced as a finalist in the Manufacturing and Design category of The Irish Times Innovation Awards 2022.
Lvlogics Limited has been nominated for its “SiloSpi” silo monitoring solution. This unique product has been designed to provide valuable information regarding levels of animal feed, wood pellets, cement or any other solids in a silo to the end user – and simultaneously to the feed mill (or other supplier of the contents of the silo). Globally it is estimated that over €2bn is wasted on the inefficient delivery of animal feed alone-providing mills with this data in real time will enable the efficient, sustainable delivery of feed, while also improving animal welfare as the risk of stock runout is eliminated. Barry Finnegan, CEO of Lvlogics, said: “We are delighted to be recognised for our innovation. It has been shown previously in the oil, gas, LPG and cryogenics markets, where some 36% of tanks are monitored, that telemetry on tanks can create savings of up to 24% on transport and logistics. Currently, less than 1% of silos in the world are being monitored, as up until now there was no low cost, sensor-based solution which could perform reliably over time in the harsh dusty environment inside a silo. What is innovative about “SiloSpi” is that we use a special sensor that can automatically detect when dust is building up and can self-clean, enabling the capture of reliable data levels on an uninterrupted basis.
“We are looking forward to the awards ceremony on November 9, but even being nominated as a finalist in this category has validated just how cutting-edge our research and development processes have been.”
The Irish Times Innovation Awards aim to recognise and promote the best service, product, or operational innovations throughout the island of Ireland. The finalists were selected by an independent panel of judges to secure a place at the final and a chance to win the overall ‘Innovation of the Year’ award as well as a unique and high-profile communications & advertising package worth €100,000. Category Winners will receive a €10,000 communications package in Business + Innovation and a one year premium digital subscription to The Irish Times.
Lvlogics Limited will be competing against two other finalists in its category. The winners of the competition will be announced at an awards ceremony in Dublin on Wednesday 9 November 2022.
Further information about Lvlogics can be found on our website at www.lvlogics.com.
For direct information please contact Barry Finnegan, CEO of Lvlogics Ltd, on + 353 89 2426825 or firstname.lastname@example.org