Projects filtered by:University of Strathclyde

Sensing the City: A low-cost mobile air quality sensor network

The University of Strathclyde Institute for Future Cities and CENSIS are together rolling out an innovative project entitled ‘Sensing the City’. The project has developed a low cost mobile Air Quality sensor system that complements static sensing, with the ability to utilise transport systems as a dynamic sensing network. Read more...


Livestock fat monitoring (FSCAN)

Innovent Technology partnered with the University of Strathclyde and the National Physical Library (NPL) to investigate the feasibility of a new sensor system to measure the back fat thickness of livestock. Read more...


Live 3D Intracellular Imaging Platform using Raman Spectroscopy-Hydrogel Technologies

The collaboration of Biogelx Limited and the Centre for Nanometrology at the University of Strathclyde will develop a bio-imaging platform which can perform accurate, live, intracellular analysis in 3D. Read more...


ICT Innovation for Manufacturing SMEs (I4MS)

This EU initiative aims to build a network of Regional Digital Manufacturing Innovation (RDMI) hubs; helping companies plan and prepare for the introduction of advanced digital manufacturing processes (known as Industry 4.0). The partnership is... 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...


Decision support for the management of water and wastewater assets

Working with the University of Strathclyde, Scottish Water is investigating a more proactive approach to asset management, using sensor derived data to optimise the performance of equipment in the field. Read more...


Adopting TV White Space technology to provide connectivity in a remote location

CENSIS, along with Boston Networks, Microsoft, Indigo Vision, Tweedlove and Scottish Enterprise carried out a pilot project to test an emerging networking approach known as TV White Space to deliver connectivity in the remote Glentress forest. Read more...


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