Projects filtered by:Manufacturing & Process Control

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...


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...


Low cost self-learning wireless gas sensors for building, healthcare and oil and gas applications

Gas Sensing Solutions (GSS) Ltd. worked with Glasgow Caledonian University to investigate intelligent sensor systems for the built environment, telehealthcare, and the oil and gas industries. Read more...


Low cost magnetic transducers

Renishaw and Heriot-Watt University looked at the use of Low Temperature Co-fired Ceramic (LTCC) technology to design, manufacture and test a cutting edge yet robust magnetic transducer system. Read more...


IoTUK Boost 2016

The first IoTUK Boost 2-day innovation competition took place in February 2016, with 5 winning companies receiving incubation support and mentoring from CENSIS, The Data Lab and Informatics Ventures. Read more...


In-process Liquids Sampler (ILS)

Advanced Sampling Process Instruments (ASPI) is working with Glasgow Caledonian University to develop an In-process Liquids Sampler (ILS) and supporting controlling algorithms for automating aeration of activated sludge (AS) within wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs). Read more...


BluVib wireless machine condition sensor

Sensor-Works is working with the IoT Centre to embed various modes into the company's BluVib device. 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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