AN ISLE of Wight technology business has netted a hat-trick of awards in a matter of weeks.

After winning the technology award at the Isle of Wight Chamber of Commerce Business Awards and an Institute of Physics award — for developing the 'hot spot' radiation locators used in the aftermath of the Fukushima tsunami and nuclear explosion — Innovative Physics has scooped a third award.

It won the digital engineering and technology category at the Made in the South East Awards, designed to celebrate the manufacturing prowess of companies in the region.

Chief Executive Mike Anderson said: "We were absolutely delighted to scoop not one, but three awards and it is a great testimony to the hard work of all the team here and a great way to celebrate our ten years in business this year.

"We take great pride in constantly looking at how we can adapt and improve our imaging systems so that companies in a wide range of sectors can benefit from the innovation and technology that we are able to produce."

Based at Landguard Manor, Shanklin, Innovative Physics works predominantly in the nuclear, homeland security and medical sectors, providing solutions to complex problems using sensor technology, artificial intelligence and pattern recognition.

Chief Executive Mike Anderson said: "We were absolutely delighted to scoop not one, but three awards and it is a great testimony to the hard work of all the team here and a great way to celebrate our ten years in business this year.

"We take great pride in constantly looking at how we can adapt and improve our imaging systems so that companies in a wide range of sectors can benefit from the innovation and technology that we are able to produce."