TOMI was the winner of the “Best Citizen Engagement Solution” category for Smart Cities innovations. Previous winners of this award include Google, Amazon, and IBM.
TOMI received gold in the “Design for Society” category at the European Product Design Awards, one of the most important design competitions in the world, and the only Design Awards made in collaboration with the European Parliament.
TOMI was chosen as one of the leading technologies in the digital world in the “Project Excellence” category. TOMI was shortlisted for the 2019 Computing Digital Technology Leaders Awards, an important event in the UK.
TOMI For All project got international recognition in London, for its innovative way of promoting inclusion in cities. TOMI was shortlisted for the Tech Marketing & Innovation Awards in the Diversity and Inclusion Champion category.
TOMI has been recognized in the Innovation category of the Start & Go Award. This award has as its evaluation committee the Porto Business School, SPI, APQ and Q4E. The latest innovations made into TOMI – TOMI Public Services and TOMI For All – received an honorable mention in the Start & Go award.
TOMI is recognized as an accredited Pantou Listed Supplier of ENAT – European Network for Accessible Tourism, by promoting inclusion with the innovative “TOMI For All” project! TOMI is a unique innovation that can be a great ally to promote accessible tourism for all the disabled.
The PME Leader status is a corporate reputation label created by IAPMEI to distinguish the merit of national SMEs with superior performance and is awarded in partnership with Turismo de Portugal.
TOMI was distinguished as an innovator in the area of smart cities within the context of Evolve Arena Norway. This is Norway’s most important meeting point for urban development and new mobility.
TOMI was the winner in the Global Smart Cities Contest of the World’s Smart City Organization (WSCO) in the E-Gov category.
The Global Smart Cities Contest recognizes the best projects that actively participate in community development. The jury had Sarolta Besenyei, European Commission Expert, as chairman of the jury.