The EMMY Award
K-WILL is the EMMY Award winner in 2000 by the US National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for its picture quality measurement technology. The Emmy Award, which began in 1949, is the most prestigious award in the broadcasting industry, awarded to the best programs, actors, producers, production engineers, companies that have developed technology for broadcasting equipment.
Nikkei BP Technical Award
K-WILL received the Nikkei BP Technical Award in 2001 from Nikkei Business Publications, Inc. which conducts award activities in order to convey the superior performances of professionals to society.
Technology Award by Motion Picture and Television Engineering Society
K-WILL received Technology Award from Motion Picture and Television Engineering Society. Awards are given to works, products, and services that contribute to excellent technology and development in film and television production.
Technology Award by The Institute of Image Electronics Engineering
K-WILL received Technology Award from The Institute of Image Electronics Engineering. The Institute recognizes companies that have contributed to excellent technology and development in each specialized field.