About 150 innovative projects were competing in four categories: innovation, nuclear safety, skills management and operational excellence.
During the WNE Awards ceremony, a jury of internationally renowned experts awarded a prize to Orano in the innovation category for its NanoPix camera. NanoPix, co-developed with CEA List, is an ultra-compact gamma camera used to provide support for nuclear investigation operations. The system superimposes a real image and a dose rate curve expressed by a colored patch, allowing the identification of irradiating points in highly restricted zones or on equipment.
Philippe Knoche, Orano CEO, commented:
"Orano received recognition once again at the second WNE Awards event. I would like to congratulate all the teams for their dynamism. On an energy market undergoing major changes, innovation is our future, enabling us to improve the safety and productivity of our plants and the competitiveness of our services. By innovating on a daily basis, we are seeking to respond to the precise needs of our customers, as well as push ourselves to invent the new activities of tomorrow."
To find out more, join us at the Orano booth and learn about our prize-winning innovation!