Quantum CAD of Port Talbot short-listed for ESTnet award
A HI-TECH Port Talbot business has been recognised for developing a system to bring dignity to the process of going to the toilet for people who are bed- bound.
Quantum CAD is a finalist in the Most Innovative Product of the Year category in the ESTnet awards which recognise the contribution technology businesses make to the Welsh economy.
The company has been nominated for Project Dignity which is a piece of equipment designed to accommodate toilet waste from bed-bound individuals in a dignified and controlled manner for use in a sterile environment.
Steve Jones, Managing Director of Quantum CAD, said: "I am absolutely delighted to be on the shortlist for the prestigious ESTnet awards and being recognised once more for our work.
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"I see our product enhancing patients' experience in the care sectors."
The ESTnet awards will see technology and electronics companies from across Wales including the Sony UK Technology Centre at Pencoed, Quantum Cad, Hayakawa and General Dynamics vying to win one of six awards at the ceremony on Thursday at the Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff.
ESTnet chair Ian Menzies said: "There is a real wealth of talent in the industry in Wales and we have a great opportunity with the ESTnet awards programme to raise the profile of the sector and celebrate its achievements.
"Wales is fortunate to have some very high profile businesses operating at the top of their game with their headquarters or base here."