Representatives of the company, which is headquartered in Horley, travelled to Wembley Stadium to compete in two categories: Utilities and Innovation – B2C.
The firm was ultimately successful in both, claiming the Gold trophies ahead of Innovation -B2C runners-up Zapgo Ltd.
During their presentation to judges, the company outlined how cutting-edge robotics were “revolutionising the way gas utilities inspect and repair” their network, improving their services to customers.
SGN Innovation and Technology Manager Gus McIntosh said after the ceremony:
“We’ve worked very hard on getting our robotics projects to the point they are being used in day-to-day operations. By embracing the new technology our customers are reaping the benefits of less inconvenience, traffic congestion and excavations in the road.”