A collaboration with the University of Aberdeen enabled Capture Mobility to identify the means of combating air pollution, whilst also identifying ways of increasing turbine energy efficiency. This project was funded by a Scottish Funding Council Innovation Voucher.Read More
UWI Technology Ltd was set up in 2009 to develop a patent pending elapsed time indicator (ETI) known as the UWI Label. Inventor Pete Higgins came up with the idea of a smart label which would indicate how long any jar had been opened for and, therefore, whether or not the food inside had gone off.Read More
Equal Adventure had developed and created a prototype of snow board bindings for double leg amputees and needed to complete stringent laboratory based assessments of the prototype to validate the bindings. Interface linked them to the University of Strathclyde's Department of Design Manufacture and Engineering Management who undertake the design, development and testing of the product resulting in a working prototype which established the design viability.Read More
PAWSitively Natural was formed in 2012 by Chris Louttit, CEO and founder. The company, whose principal activities are to develop and market a range of natural dog treats, using wheat and gluten free flour and only human grade ingredients, was set up as a result of a personal pain point, as Chris couldn’t find anything on the market which suited her dogs’ dietary requirements.