Projects filtered by:University of Glasgow

Correction of optical aberrations for improved image quality in Optos scanning laser ophthalmoscopes

For twenty years, Scottish-based company Optos plc has been developing, manufacturing and selling scanning laser ophthalmoscopes for eye health care that produce world-leading ultra-wide-field images of the retina (200°). Read more...


Automated artefact detection for scanning laser ophthalmoscopes

Optos and the University of Glasgow explore potential solutions to enhance automated quality assurance procedures for ophthalmoscopes to identify imaging issues earlier in the manufacturing process. Read more...


Science of Sensor Systems Software (S4)

The universities of Glasgow and St Andrews are to share a £4.2M grant from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) to look at the delivery of more reliable sensor-based systems. CENSIS will also participate in the programme – which runs until 2021 – by providing access to expertise and resources from its office in Glasgow.    Read more...


Open Path Analyser and Leak Localisation for unconventional gas (OPALL)

Cascade Technologies and the University of Glasgow worked together to develop and demonstrate a novel open path gas sensing platform to monitor methane from unconventional gas extraction sites. Read more...


Glasgow pioneers IoT connectivity with new LoRa™ network

Glasgow is paving the way for the next wave of IoT thanks to a collaborative project involving Stream Technologies, Semtech Inc., Boston Networks and CENSIS. Read more...


£6m Mirage project manufacturing next generation sensing technologies

Groundbreaking new collaborative research and development (R&D) project placing Scotland at the forefront of the £7 billion global sensors and imaging systems market. Read more...


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