Welbot initially collaborated with the University of Strathclyde to understand how they could extract knowledge and insights from data and machine learning, especially around autonomous, self-teaching systems that can analyse data and provide insights to human behaviour. They then went on to work with both the University of Edinburgh and the University of Aberdeen.Read More
Interface connected Flaér with the University of Glasgow when they were looking to engage with an academic department with full wind tunnel facilities and associated expertise in order to carry out final testing of their new chain performance system to establish what drag it would create on a road bike.Read More
A Scottish Funding Council Innovation Voucher follow on fund was awarded to Ecometrica and Dr Edward Mitchard from the University of Edinburgh for a project titled Earth Observation support for assessing the performance of the UK government’s International Climate Fund forest projects.
This follow on funding allowed Dr Mitchard to undertake additional analysis over Brazil to test the suitability of different earth observation satellite products for monitoring forest change.Read More
Interface partnered the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo with Edinburgh Napier University to work on a collaborative project to define and provide a design and integration roadmap for the digital and multisensory augmentation of the audience to add a new, never before experienced dimension to an already world leading production.Read More
James Frew Ltd was awarded a Scottish Funding Council Innovation Voucher*, administered by Interface, which gave them the opportunity to collaborate with West College Scotland to develop a new innovative training planning process, including the monitoring of certification renewals, development of individual training plans and the measurement of the impact of training through AMI (Achievement Measurement Indexing).Read More
Sunamp Ltd, which is based in East Lothian, was founded in 2005 by successful technology entrepreneur, Andrew Bissell, who wanted to produce an innovative solution to develop heat batteries that store energy as heat, which can be released on-demand to provide heat and hot water.Read More