Attis Fitness is developing an innovative smart wearable for runners. The product is a compression legging that has smart sensors embedded into the fabric. Interface matched the company with CENSIS to help develop its initial demonstrator, especially the challenge of integration of the sensor data to enhanced performance.
Scottish Ballet approached Interface to establish a collaboration to evaluate the potential of using augmented reality in a dance context. This innovative project combines dance with novel technological approaches to choreograph, produce and capture in 3D a “movie” of bespoke dance sequences to widen public dissemination and participation in the arts.Read More
Interface partnered the Munepene with the University of St Andrews, who was able to provide data that demonstrated the performance of micro-share portfolios and gave an independent validation of the performance of Munepene micro-share portfolios against real and historical market data.Read More
Highland Colour Coaters was formed in 1978 to provide a galvanizing service across Scotland and has developed a reputation for quality and reliability of service. They partnered with Glasgow Caledonian University to access world leading research facilities addressing an industry-wide challenge, and in the process have made significant cost savings.Read More
John White approached Interface - The knowledge connection for business, to get support to develop its mobile weighing systems for a range of vehicle types.
Interface brokered links to David Kennedy, an academic working at University of the West of Scotland School of Engineering and Science. They were awarded grant funding from The Scottish Government under the SCORE programme and the 18 month collaborative project will involve work on a prototype that will herald the next generation of advanced electronic weighing systems and allow the company to further develop its manufacturing capabilities.Read More