Atlanta — DoseCue, a pill bottle that has a series of lights that signal when it’s time to take medicine — and lets you know if you miss a dose — won three awards for FGH Systems Inc. at the Society of Plastics Engineers’ blow molding division’s annual parts competition. FGH, of Denville, N.J., made the blow molds and molded the container, which won the People’s Choice for packaging, the pharmaceutical award in the packaging category and the blow molding division award for packaging. DoseCue has a stepped-in panel inside the high density polyethylene pill bottle. Patients simply follow the lights: The top light flashes green at dose time; the second light flashes green when a dose is taken; if a dose is missed, then a third light flashes red; and the fourth light flashes yellow when it’s time to order a refill. The other People’s Choice award, for industrial parts, went to Western Case Inc. of Riverside, Calif., for SolarTub, a modular, ground-mounted array of solar panels that can be quickly installed using hand tools. SolarTub also picked up the “other” award in the industrial category. SolarTub allows solar panels to be install...