Prestigious honors will be bestowed at HPA Awards on November 16, 2017.
The Hollywood Professional Association has opened the call for entries for its coveted Engineering Excellence Award. Entries for the Award will be accepted until the 26 of May, 2017, and winners will be announced in advance, and honors presented at the HPA Awards gala.
Now in its 12th year, the HPA Engineering Excellence Award is considered one of the most important technology honors in the industry, spotlighting companies and individuals who draw upon technical and creative ingenuity to develop breakthrough technologies.
“This award spotlights the work that the engineering community executes to serve storytellers and the creative process. Their contributions are invaluable and continually evolving to improve the way we work. With a dozen years into the process, the Engineering Excellence Award remains a highly competitive honor that offers the engineering community well-deserved recognition for the critical, creative work in which they are engaged.”Joachim Zell, Chair of the Engineering Excellence Award Committee
Submissions for this peer-judged award may include products or processes, and must represent a significant step forward for its industry beneficiaries. Past winners have included Aspera, Dolby, Canon, NVIDIA, MACOM, The Foundry/Sony Pictures Imageworks, Panasonic and Quantel.
For more information about the HPA Awards, including complete rules, guidelines and entry information, please visit www.hpaawards.com.
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