2017
Scientific and Technical Award

(Scientific and Engineering Award) to ARRI for the forward-looking concept and innovative technology of its Super 35 format ALEXA digital camera system.

2011
Scientific and Technical Award

(Academy Award of Merit) to Franz Kraus, Johannes Steurer and Wolfgang Riedel for the design and development of the ARRILASER film recorder.

2011
Scientific and Technical Award

(Scientific and Engineering Award) to Dr. Juergen Noffke for the optical design and Uwe Weber for the mechanical design of the ARRI/ZEISS Master Prime Lenses for motion picture photography.

2009
Scientific and Technical Award

(Scientific and Engineering Award) to Michael Cieslinski, Dr. Reimar Lenz and Bernd Brauner for the development of the ARRISCAN film scanner, enabling high-resolution, high-dynamic range, pin-registered film scanning for use in the digital intermediate process.

2008
Scientific and Technical Award

(Scientific and Engineering Award) to Erwin Melzner for the overall concept including the optical and cooling systems, Volker Schumacher for the optical design, and Timo Mueller for the mechanical design, of the ARRIMAX 18/12 lighting fixture for use in motion picture production.

2006
Scientific and Technical Award

(Technical Achievement Award) to Walter Trauninger and Ernst Tschida for the design and engineering of the ARRI WRC wireless remote lens control system.

2006
Scientific and Technical Award

(Technical Achievement Award) to Klemens Kehrer,

Josef Handler, Thomas Smidek and Marc Shipman-Mueller for the design and development of the ARRIFLEX 235 camera system.

2002
Scientific and Technical Award

(Academy Award of Merit) to Arnold & Richter

Cine Technik and Panavision Inc., for their continuing development and innovation in the design and manufacturing of advanced camera systems specifically designed for the motion picture entertainment industry.

2001
Scientific and Technical Award

(Scientific and Engineering Award) to Franz Kraus,

Johannes Steurer and Wolfgang Riedel for the design and development of the ARRILASER film recorder.

1998
Scientific and Technical Award

(Scientific and Engineering Award) to Arnold & RichterCine Technik and ARRI USA Inc. for the concept and engineering of the ARRIFLEX 435 camera system.

1998
Scientific and Technical Award

(Scientific and Engineering Award) to Arnold & Richter

Cine Technik and the Carl Zeiss Company for the concept and optical design of the Carl Zeiss / Arriflex Variable Prime Lenses.

1995
Scientific and Technical Award

(Scientific and Engineering Award) to Arnold & Richter Cine Technik for the development of the ARRIFLEX 535 series of cameras for motion picture cinematography.

1992
Scientific and Technical Award

(Scientific and Engineering Award) to Arnold & Richter, Otto Blaschek and the engineering department of ARRI Austria for the design and development of the ARRIFLEX 765 camera system for 65mm motion picture photography.

1992
Gordon E. Sawyer Award

to Erich Kaestner, Chief Design Engineer at Arnold & Richter for his technical contributions to the industry.

1990
Scientific and Technical Award

(Scientific and Engineering Award) to the engineering department of Arnold & Richter for the continued design improvements of the ARRIFLEX BL camera system, culminating in the 35BL-4S model.

1988
Scientific and Technical Award

(Scientific and Engineering Award) to the Arnold & Richter engineering staff, Otto Blaschek and ARRIFLEX Corporation for the concept and engineering of the ARRIFLEX 35-III motion picture camera.

1982
Scientific or Technical Award

(Academy Award of Merit) to August Arnold and Erich Kaestner of Arnold & Richter GmbH for the concept and engineering of the first operational 35mm hand-held spinning-mirror reflex motion picture camera.

1973
Scientific or Technical Award

(Class II) to Joachim Gerb and Erich Kaestner of Arnold & Richter Company for the development and engineering of the ARRIFLEX 35BL motion picture camera.

1966
Scientific or Technical Award

(Class II) to Arnold & Richter KG for the design and development of the ARRIFLEX 35mm portable motion picture reflex camera.