Swegreen is awarded at the Smart Industry 2021 by the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences
The Smart Industry Awards focuses on drawing attention to and rewarding companies that harness and take advantage of the possibilities of digitalization in a smart and innovative way with concrete implementation and results. The prize initiated back in 2016 when the Enterprise and Innovation Minister of Sweden Mikael Damberg launched the national strategy for digitalization and called upon action widely amongst the backbone of the Swedish industry and engineering-based sectors. The Event was held since then by The Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences (IVA), in collaboration with the Association of Swedish Engineering Industries and Siemens.
''Smart industry is all about good examples and best practices that lead the way to the future and are devoted to strengthening Sweden's competitiveness and societal development. Sweden has a unique and digitized solution for futuristic farming, which has motivated The Royal Academy to choose us for this award which really is appreciated by us given the weight and the history behind it and its organization,'' said Sepehr Mousavi, Chief Innovation Officer of Swegreen.
Swegreen, as AgTech company that offers an automated and digitized solution for vertical in-store growing of leafy greens, herbs and salads all year round, is prized with an honorary award in the Smart industry 2021. The prize ceremony was opened by IVA’s vice-CEO and with a message from the Swedish Minister of Enterprise Karl-Petter Thorwaldsson. Sepehr Mousavi and Andreas Dahlin of Swegreen received the award from the jury representatives Johan Weigelt as chairman of the jury and CEO of Siemens in the Nordics Mikael Leksell and the CEO of the Association of Swedish Engineering Industries, Klas Wåhlberg.
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