submitted by Kytherian Newsflash on 21.05.2013
Known as the Salon international des inventions de Genève, this year the Exhibition was held from the 10th April 2013 until the 14th April 2013.
This year, Angelo and John Notaras were awarded two gold medals at the Exhibition.
Photograph: Angelo Notaras demonstrating the capabilities of a previous award winning hand held implement.
Each Gold Medal won by Atom Industries was for:
1. Highly efficient portable powered wood drilling machine with automatic reverse gear combined with automatic de- accelerator rotating safety handle if wood auger suddenly jams in the wood. For use in rural fencing and construction.
2. Very efficient portable blower for use in the garden , with new fan design technology resulting in very high air thrust performance , lower noise levels and decreased fuel requirements.
Angelo & John and Atom Industries have secured a number of Gold Medals at this exhibition in previous years. Their achievements consistently display a skill and aptitude for 'design excellence'.
Photograph: John Notaras, partner in the business, Atom Industries, surrounded by a bevy of Domestic and International Awards that the Company has won. Amongst these awards are numerous Gold Medals
won at the International Inventions & Technology Convention, Geneva, Switzerland. John, and brother Angelo, share a 40 year history as successful inventors. Atom Industries focuses on supplying high quality hand held garden and agricultural implements to a national and international market.
The International Exhibition of Inventions of Geneva (Geneva Inventions) is a show that takes place annually in the canton of Geneva in Switzerland.
Photograph: The obverse of the medal presented by the Salon international des inventions de Genève.
It was founded in 1972 by Jean-Luc Vincent. The event takes place every year at Palexpo, in the town of Grand-Saconnex. It attracts over 700 exhibitors from 45 countries are exhibiting 1,000 inventions and welcomes over 60,000 visitors each year.
Photograph: The reverse of the medal presented by the Salon international des inventions de Genève.
Inventions presented cover a wide area, including energy, environmental protection, information technology, mechanical engineering, industrial processes, watches, electricity, electronics, construction, engineering civil, carpentry, plumbing, ventilation, heating materials security and alarm, DIY, household arts, business and technical equipment, agriculture, gardening, textiles, medicine and hygiene, optics, teaching transportation, health, food, cosmetics, entertainment, advertising, packaging, toys and games.
In 2009, the show won the patronage of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), in addition to the patronage of Switzerland, canton and city of Geneva.
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