Queens Award 2019

Semantics 21 Wins Queen’s Award for Enterprise: Innovation 2019

Semantics 21 Wins Queen’s Award for Enterprise: Innovation 2019


For its innovative technology, crafted into the S21 LASERi Suite, with high impact in the world


We are the first UK digital forensics company to receive the most prestigious business accolade in the country.


We are delighted to announce that Semantics 21 has been honoured with a Queen’s Award for Enterprise. Announced on Tuesday 23 April 2019, the award recognises Semantics 21 for excellence in innovation.

The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise are the most prestigious business awards in the United Kingdom. First established in 1965, the awards celebrate the success of exciting and innovative businesses which are leading the way with pioneering products or services, delivering impressive social mobility programmes or showing their commitment to excellent sustainable development practices.

Overjoyed that Semantics 21 has been recognised among the most innovative businesses in the country, the CEO and Founder of Semantics 21, Dr. Liam Owens, said:

“This award is a testament to the fantastic commitment of the S21 team and the cutting-edge technology built into the S21 LASERi Suite, to support investigators across the world in their effort to identify and find more victims than ever before and eliminate backlogs.

We are proud to work with such dedicated investigators who give their all in protecting the innocent and convicting the guilty. We at S21 are determined to ensure we put in their hands the fastest and most sophisticated arsenal of tools.

My thanks to the amazing people we work with, those who have supported us to date, our wonderful partners in the field, and of course to our brilliant team here at S21.”

Winning a Queen’s Award for Enterprise, our second innovation award within one year, is another fitting testament for our commitment to keep producing next-generation law enforcement tools, built upon technology which is second to none and is grounded in cutting-edge research.



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