In 2013, the Karl Storz Telemedicine Prize of the DGTelemed (German Society for Telemedicine) was awarded to the TNW Teleradiology Work Group of the Academy for Trauma Surgery (AUC) of the German Society of Trauma Surgery (DGU) for the TKmed® project, which had been developed in cooperation with the CHILI GmbH and the pegasus GmbH.
The Initiative Mittelstand (medium–sized businesses initiative) awards the innovation award for IT to companies with innovative IT solutions and a high level of usefulness for medium–sized businesses. In this category, the expert jury rates CHILI GmbH with their product CHILI PACS and Teleradiology BEST OF 2012.
CHILI has won tekom Documentation Award 2010 for the best user manual. At the tekom Annual Conference, held each year in Wiesbaden, the tekom Documentation Award for the best user manuals was presented. CHILI GmbH received the award for its user manual for the Telemedicine Record, CHILI's electronic patient record, winning first prize in this year's competition.
First Prize for the scientific presentation with the title "A web-based approach to the distribution of medical image data to external consultants" was presented to CHILI team members Heiko Münch, Andre Schröter, Hans-Peter Meinzer and Uwe Engelmann at the TELEMED Conference 2006.
At the Deutscher Röntgenkongress (German Radiology Congress) in 2004, the initiative of the Arbeitsgemeinschaft IT (@GIT) in the Deutsche Röntgengesellschaft for definition of a minimum standard for teleradiology with DICOM-E-mail received the @Röntgen Award of the Deutsche Röntgengesellschaft, Gesellschaft für Medizinische Radiologie e.V. Chili employees played a major role in this project. The standard is based on an approach originally developed by CHILI and extended within this intitiative to create a cross-manufacturer standard.
CHILI Mobile is winner of the IST PRIZE 2002 - organised by the European Council of Applied Sciences and Engineering (Euro-CASE), with the sponsorship and support of the Information Society Technologies Programme of the European Commission. The IST Prize is an award for groundbreaking products that represent the best of European innovation in information technology.
The paper "Das CHILI-Radiologiekonzept: Alle Bilder immer und überall" has been awarded the @ROENTGEN PRIZE 2001 of the Deutsche Röntgengesellschaft, Gesellschaft für Medizinische Radiologie e.V. (German Association for Medical Radiology).
The Steinbeis Transferzentrum Medizinische Informatik (now CHILI GmbH) has been awarded the European IT-Prize 1997 for its Teleradiology System CHILI by Jacques Santer, the President of the European Commission. Sponsored by the European Commission, the European IT Prize awards innovation and technical excellence in applications of information technology. In 1997, prizes have been awarded to novel products with a high IT content and with evident market potential.