Warwick University’s Engineering research and a University spin out company featured on The One Show on Monday 18 March.
Warwick spinout Warwick Audio Technologies has secured £3.1m in new funding, including £1.9m from Mercia Technologies PLC.
The funds raised will be used by the company to continue development and marketing of its Sonoma Model One headphone system.
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The Royal Academy of Engineering Enterprise Fellowships scheme is now open for applications. The scheme aims to stimulate creativity and innovation in engineering by offering support to academics and recent graduates interested in launching a company. Warwick Ventures Business Development Managers are available to assist any researchers interested in making an application.
Warwick Analytics, a University of Warwick spin-out, is one of just four companies selected to join a global business accelerator programme launched by International Airlines Group. The programme, called Hangar 51, aims to create new partnerships that can improve customer experience and introduce new digital technologies. Warwick Analytics, specialists in developing automated predictive analytics to detect problems in manufacturing processes, will join the Data-Driven Decisions category of the accelerator.
ams AG, a leading worldwide manufacturer of high performance sensor and analog solutions, has signed an agreement to acquire 100% of the shares in Cambridge CMOS Sensors Ltd (CCMOSS), a spin-off company from Cambridge University’s Department of Engineering and including intellectual property licensed in from the University of Warwick.
Warwick Analytics' software was featured recently in a Reuters film about Smart Factories. The software was filmed in action at Xaar, developers and manufacturers of world leading digital inkjet print heads.
Warwick spinout Recycling Technologies has won three awards at the Rushlight Awards 2015-16 ceremony.The Awards, organized by Eventure Media and several energy and waste associations, focus on technology and innovation achievements made by British and Irish organizations in the fields of sustainability and reducing carbon emissions.
Cambridge CMOS Sensors will be bringing its miniature, low-power CMOS gas sensors to a wider global market with a new Future Electronics distribution franchise. The products are based on technology licensed from the University of Warwick.