Tobii has won numerous awards for its technology and innovations, business and entrepreneurship. Below are some of the highlights.
Top 100 Ideal Employer
Tobii is rated as a Top 100 ideal employer for students in IT and Engineering in Sweden, according to the ranking conducted yearly by the employer branding company Universum.
Best of CES Finalist
One of three finalists in the Emerging Technology category awarded by CNet.
CES 2013 Product of the Future
Award received by Popular Science for Tobii REX at the Consumer Electronics Show 2013.
Best of CES 2013
Awarded by Übergizmo for Tobii REX, the world’s first gaze interaction computer peripheral for the consumer market.
Best of CES 2013 – Best Enabling Technology
Awarded by Mobile Geeks for Tobii REX and Tobii Gaze.
Tobii Technology has been awarded Swedish Innovation Award for its world class technology for eye tracking. The prize was instituted by Business Week and retailers, with Almega and VINNOVA as partners.
Awarded for innovation, business excellence and sustainability.
The Bully Award is honoring Europe’s leading technology, media and telecommunications (TMT) companies. For the second consecutive year Tobii is a Longhorns winner awarding post Series A firms; growth stage companies.
Tobii has been appointed a 2013 Technology Pioneer by the World Economic Forum.
Winner in the client category for its revolutionary new Tobii Gaze Selection application
Best Enabling Technology and Best New Technology
Best of CES 2012: Best Prototype
in recognition of outstanding achievement in new product design and innovation
The Bully Award is honoring Europe’s leading technology, media and telecommunications (TMT) companies. Tobii is a Longhorns winner.
da Vinci Awards: finalist
Tobii PCEye has been selected as one of four finalist in the Communication / Education Aids category for the 2011 da Vinci Awards.
GP Bullhounds Media Momentum: Top 25 league
Tobii is recognized as one of Europe’s top 25 fastest growing larger digital media companies in GP Bullhound’s Media Momentum 2011.
The global media company Red Herring nominates Tobii for the Red Herring EMEA 100 for the fourth year in a row.
Tobii Glasses, a head-mounted eye tracker from Tobii Technology, wins the prestigious red dot design award, one of the most renowned international product design competitions.
Tobii Technology is awarded the prestigious SIME Grand Prize 2010 for being the company with the most innovative technology concept or online consumer offering. SIME is northern Europe’s largest Internet and digital business opportunity event.
The global media company Red Herring selects Tobii as a winner of the Red Herring EMEA 100 for the third year in a row.
Emerging101: first place
Tobii is ranked Sweden’s most successful enterprise by the business site, Emerging101. The site lists Sweden’s most accomplished young enterprises in technology and IT. The ranking is based on the most recent annual sales figures. In addition, the company must be younger than 10 years and have its own product or service with global market potential.
Ahrens Rapid Growth ranking: Third place
With an average growth rate of 88.34% the past six years, Tobii Technology ranked third on the list of Sweden’s fastest growing companies between 2002 and 2008.
Deloitte Rankings, Sweden Technology Fast 50*: ninth place
Tobii takes ninth place in the Sweden technology Fast 50 by Deloitte for the second year in a row.
Red Herring Global 100: finalist
The global media company Red Herring selects Tobii as a finalist in Red Herring Global 100, an annual award given to the top 100 private technology companies worldwide.
European Tech Tour Selection
Tobii is selected as one of Sweden’s top 25 companies at the Tech Tour visit to Sweden. The European Tech Tour brings together Europe’s top emerging technology companies and introduces them to European and global players for potential investments, partnerships or mergers and acquisitions activities.
SIME Awards: Third place
SIME is Northern Europe’s largest internet and digital business opportunity event. Tobii is awarded third price in the category “SIME Rising Star of the North.”
Export Hermes: Winner (presented by the Export Development Foundation)
Tobii Technology has successfully developed and commercialized brand-new technology for controlling computers using eyes only. Founded in 2001, Tobii has since shown very rapid revenue growth.
Deloitte Rankings, Sweden Technology Fast 50: ninth place
With revenue growth of 2404% between 2003 and 2007, Tobii is awarded a top ten position in the Sweden Technology Fast 50 – Deloitte’s prestigious annual ranking of the fastest-growing technology companies in Sweden.
Red Herring EMEA 100: winner
The global media company Red Herring selects Tobii as a winner of Red Herring EMEA 100, an award given to the top 100 private technology companies based in the EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) region each year.
The technology star, “Teknikstjärnan”: winner
Tobii is awarded Teknikstjärnan 2008 by the Swedish technical magazine Dagens Teknik.
The Grand Award of Design: winner
Tobii eye-controlled LCD screens are awarded the Grand Award of Design 2008, by the Association of Swedish Engineering Industries, in association with The Swedish Industrial Design Foundation, and The Swedish Society of Crafts and Design. The jury assesses commercial success based on innovation, product customization, usefulness, ergonomics and eco-requirements.
Dataföreningen’s diamante: winner
Tobii is awarded Dataföreningens diamant 2008 for “The innovative company of the year”.
Deloitte Rankings, Fast 500 Award, EMEA: Eighth place
With revenue growth of 11,256% from 2002-2006, Tobii is number eight in the international EMEA ranking Deloitte Technology Fast 500.
Deloitte Rankings, Fast 50 Award, Sweden: Winner
With revenue growth of 11,256%, Tobii receives first prize in Deloitte’s prestigious annual ranking of the fastest-growing technology companies in Sweden.
The Optronic Award: Winner
Trade industry organization Swedeoptronics gives Tobii the Optronic Award 2007. Tobii receives the award for its groundbreaking eye tracking technology, which has been successfully launched to the global market in a number of different applications.
Microsoft’s Ingenuity Point Competition: Winner
Tobii is awarded first prize in the Microsoft Ingenuity Point Competition in the healthcare category. The Ingenuity Point contest recognizes independent software vendors who develop solutions and make a positive impact in healthcare, education and environmental sustainability.
The Electronic Award: Winner
Tobii is awarded the Electronic Award 2007 by the IM Association in Sweden, the Swedish Association of Electronics Industries and the industry magazine Elektronik i Norden.
The World Class Company Award: Winner
Tobii is appointed “World Class Company” by the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce Magazine, awarding Swedish companies that stand out in an international perspective.
Deloitte Rankings, Sweden Technology Rising Stars: fifth place
With revenue growth of 760%, Tobii is number five in Deloitte’s prestigious annual ranking of the fastest-growing young technology companies in Sweden.
Entrepreneurs of the Year: Winner
Tobii receives the “Entrepreneurs of the Year” award from ALMI for its successful work in developing and marketing a new technology within the field of eye tracking.
Deloitte Rankings, Sweden Technology Rising Stars: second place
With revenue growth of 2560%, Tobii is number two in Deloitte’s prestigious annual ranking of the fastest-growing young technology companies in Sweden.
SKAPA Award: winner
Tobii receives the SKAPA Award, Sweden’s most prestigious scholarship for innovation, in memory of Alfred Nobel. Founded in 1886, SUF, the Swedish Inventors’ Association is the world’s oldest inventors’ association and Sweden’s only national professional organization for inventors. SUF is a member of IFIA, the International Federation of Inventors’ Associations.
*Deloitte is one of the world’s leading auditing and consulting companies and the organizer of the Technology Fast 500 EMEA, an annual ranking of the fastest-growing technology companies in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. The Technology Fast 500 EMEA also recognizes each country’s Rising Stars: 25 of the country’s fastest-growing young technology companies. These 25 companies have met the same criteria as the Fast 500 but have been in business no more than four years. Revenue growth is based over three years (2002–2004).