PA Consulting recognised with with 10 Good Design Awards including EEG headset

PA Consulting (PA), has won ten awards at the Good Design Awards for 2023, alongside its clients for innovations in health, fitness, gaming, home crafting, and manufacturing.

Founded in 1950 in Chicago, the Good Design Awards are one of the most well-established awards in design, celebrating achievements across disciplines including product, packaging, communication and service design, architecture, interior architecture, user interface (UI), user experience (UX), and professional concept.

The awards recognised a range of product innovations developed in collaboration with PA Consulting’s creative studios and its clients. This includes an EEG headset that is said to ‘revolutionise’ clinicial trials for brain disorders to help bring life-changing therapies to patients faster and more cost-effectively; a sports sock that captures data to optimise athletic performance and reduce injury; an accessible, portable rowing machine that provides a connected and immersive at-home fitness experience; and an ECG vest for equine health monitoring.

The full list of PA projects recgonised by the Good Design Awards 2023 include:

  • Industrial: Gerber Technology – Atria GT, Automated Cutter Platform
  • Electronics: Teufel Zola Headset 
  • Medical: Cumulus EEG headset
  • Personal: Hawthorn Holdall Bag
  • Sports & recreation: Danu Sports 
  • Safety & security: ADT+ smart home security 
  • Office products: Cricut Glue Gun
  • Medical: Equimetrics ECG vest for equine monitoring 
  • Sports & recreation: Hydrow Wave
  • Electronics: Fortify Flux One 3D printer 

“The products celebrated by these prestigious awards showcase the fantastic work we do with clients to build a safer, healthier and more sustainable world. In short, bringing ingenuity to life for a positive human future. The Good Design Award wins highlight PA’s commitment to creating category-defining solutions for our clients,” commented Cormac Ó Conaire, Chief Design Officer at PA Consulting.

PA Consulting has integrated global design, engineering, and scientific capabilities, which span its headquarters in London, Global Innovation and Technology Centre in Cambridge, UK, US studios in San Francisco and Boston, and Dublin studio in Ireland. The company’s network of research labs, innovation studios and engineering centres enable it to build and implement innovative solutions for the modern world says the company.

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