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UWE Bristol’s Centre for Machine Vision team and other members of a consortium has been awarded Innovate UK funding to develop a low cost, augmented reality picking aid that will display information about berry maturity through the use of machine (More)
Future Space, in partnership with the Bristol Robotics Laboratory (BRL), recently trialled an innovative new approach to providing tours of its facility, enabling people to view its workshop, laboratory and networking spaces from the comfort of thei (More)
Homelync, who started in the Bristol Robotics Laboratory (BRL) Hardware Incubator before graduating to Future Space, have been acquired by Aico. Homelync are an award-winning, innovative technology firm that specialise in smart home integration (More)
Research, Business and Innovation wrote: Bristol Robotics Laboratory manufacture visors for NHS staff
Original post appeared on UWE Bristol website. Technicians at Bristol Robotics Laboratory (BRL) are using laser cutting technology to produce protective visors for NHS staff during the coronavirus pandemic. A team are manufacturing an init (More)
Adapted from this UWE Bristol news article. Researchers from the Centre for Transport and Society and the Bristol Robotics Laboratory (BRL) at UWE Bristol are currently partners on the Capri Project, the first UK project to trial driverless pods (More)
Research, Business and Innovation wrote: UWE Academics help in public trial of driverless pods
As part of a research project involving UWE Bristol robotics, driverless pods helped transport members of the public around London's Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. The project aims to pave the way for the use of connected and autonomous vehicle ( (More)
Research, Business and Innovation wrote: The startup using tech to deliver a personal message
Taken and adapted from The Pitch. Author: Hannah Jolliffe UWE Bristol Enterprise Zone residents, The Handwriting Company, are currently taking part in The Pitch, a competition to identify top start-ups: Robert Van Den Burgh is co-founder of T (More)
UWE Bristol Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) team have secured another KTP with Reusaworld and the Centre for Machine Vision. The new KTP means that UWE Bristol now has 11 live KTPs. The KTP which is based in Gloucester will see innovative chang (More)
Technology developed at UWE Bristol that converts urine into electricity is set to be showcased at Glastonbury Festival for a fourth year. An installation of a large 40-person urinal will return to a prominent location near the Pyramid Stage to r (More)
Research, Business and Innovation wrote: Invest, Connect, Explore 2019
On Wednesday 08 May, the University Enterprise Zone hosted their annual networking event: Invest, Connect, Explore (ICE) 2019. ICE 2019 gave local businesses the chance to meet the ambitious businesses based in UWE Bristol’s University Enterp (More)