JPY Ltd and Mail Robot Solutions Ltd (MRSL) are delighted to announce that their new cloud software service, Threads, has reached the final in no less than TWO categories in the 2016 IET Innovation Awards - Intelligent Systems and Information Technology.
Threads is a unique service capable of taking all of a company’s digital communications - including emails and telephone calls - and intelligently organising them into related - well, yes - threads. As such, Threads vastly improves collaboration among staff and makes it much easier to see the bigger picture. Threads applies artificial intelligence, speech processing and a raft of innovative human factors ideas so that, within minutes of use, most new users are able to collaborate in a way they never imagined possible.
Mail Robot Systems Ltd will join other finalists in London on 16 November, at a prestigious awards dinner and ceremony. Rob Bell, presenter of Underground Britain and Engineering Giants, will announce the winners.
MRSL Managing Director, Dr John Yardley said
“We are so pleased that Threads has been chosen by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) as a finalist in TWO categories for their 2016 Innovation Awards - Intelligent Systems and Information Technology. For 6 years while developing and commercialising Threads prior to filing patent applications, we could only share Threads under Non-Disclosure Agreement. It is gratifying that just over a year after going public, our innovative work has been recognised.”
More information about all the Innovation Awards finalists, as well as how to book tickets to attend the ceremony, can be found at www.theiet.org/innovation.
More about Threads
Threads was developed by established London-based software company JPY Ltd, founded originally in 1990 by Dr John Yardley - previously a research scientist in Speech Recognition at the National Physical Laboratory. Mail Robot Solutions Ltd is an EIS-compliant company formed by JPY Ltd in 2010 to commercialise and exploit Threads. For more information visit www.threads.cloud and www.jpy.com.
More about the IET:
- The IET is one of the world’s largest engineering institutions with over 167,000 members in 150 countries. It is also the most interdisciplinary – to reflect the increasingly diverse nature of engineering in the 21st century. Energy, transport, manufacturing, information and communications, and the built environment: the IET covers them all.
- The IET is working to engineer a better world by inspiring, informing and influencing our members, engineers and technicians, and all those who are touched by, or touch, the work of engineers.
- We want to build the profile of engineering and change outdated perceptions about engineering in order to tackle the skills gap. This includes encouraging more women to become engineers and growing the number of engineering apprentices. For more information, visit www.theiet.org.