3 TYRI R&D team members stand together with the award for Best Optics and Photonics Company of the Year 2023'

We are proud to announce that TYRI has been named ‘Best Optics and Photonics Company of the Year 2023’ by PhotonicsSweden. Christian Wadell, Global R&D Manager at TYRI, and Stuart Campbell, Optics Specialist at TYRI, were proud to receive the prestigious award during PhotonicSweden’s conference this week (October 17–19).

“We are of course very happy and grateful for this fine award. It is further proof that we can challenge the industry and that our research and development creates products that make a difference for both the industry and the end user,” says Martin Karlberg, CEO of TYRI.

PhotonicSweden said in their statement,

“By awarding TYRI Sweden AB the award as the best optics and photonics company of the year, we want to draw attention to an endeavor that has been going on not only since TYRI Sweden was founded, but which started 20 years earlier. A quest to provide high-quality lighting to the harshest environments and working conditions. This has been a steadily growing success by working closely with customers and in close collaboration with key customers.”

“By using the latest technology TYRI is transforming the industry with efficient, intelligent lighting systems, which has in recent years resulted in accelerated growth and success.”

“PhotonicSweden would also like to point out the impact TYRI’s innovative intelligent lighting systems has had in improving the operators’ working conditions while enhancing safety in hazardous working environments.”

TYRI deeply appreciates this award, which serves as a testament to our continuous commitment to delivering state-of-the-art technology to illuminate our customers’ world.

PhotonicSweden is an economic association founded in 2011 to bring together the Swedish optics and photonics industry, including companies, R&D organizations, academia, and competence centres to strengthen the field. PhotonicSweden enables a stronger collaboration between industry and science and is the voice of the national and international community in optics and photonics.