–Press Release– November, 2014
St. Joseph, Michigan. – The American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE) recently announced that Safety Psychographics of Notre Dame, Ind., has won an AE50 award.
Safety Psychographics developed the Tri-Color Triangle, deemed one of the year’s most innovative designs in engineering products or systems for the food and agriculture industries. The Tri-Color Triangle will be featured in the January/February 2015 special AE50 issue of ASABE’s magazine Resource: Engineering & Technology for a Sustainable World.
Companies from around the world submit entries to the annual AE50 competition and up to 50 of the best products are chosen by a panel of international engineering experts. The judges select products that will best advance engineering for the food and agriculture industries.
“The AE50 winning products represent the diversity of agricultural engineering and the companies that bring advanced technology and innovations to the marketplace. AE50 recipients are honored for, among other things, improving user safety. Featured items are screened by a panel of engineers. A singular honor is to be named one of the year’s AE50 outstanding innovations. The interest in new technology and innovative applications of existing technology remains constant. All winning entrants continually strive for excellence and their work is honored with the highest honor in the only awards program of its kind.”
(excerpted from ASABE Resource magazine’s AE50 History, Jan/Feb 2017)
The AE50 awards program is sponsored by Resource to emphasize the role of new products and systems in bringing advanced technology to the marketplace. These engineering developments help farmers, food processors and equipment manufacturers cut costs, enhance quality and increase profits.
Resource, a magazine geared to agricultural, biological and food system engineers worldwide, is produced at ASABE headquarters in St. Joseph, Michigan. The publication is read by thousands involved in the agricultural, food and biological industries.
The American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers is an international scientific and educational organization dedicated to the advancement of engineering applicable to agricultural, food, and biological systems. Its members, from more than 100 countries, are consultants, managers, researchers, and others who have the training and experience to understand the interrelationships between technology and living systems. Further information on the Society can be obtained by contacting ASABE at (269) 429-0300 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Details can also be found at www.asabe.org
For more information about AE50, Resource magazine or ASABE, contact Sandy Rutter
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