Mobile robotics is a rapidly growing field that involves designing and constructing robots that can move and perform tasks in dynamic and unstructured environments. They can be used in a range of applications such as industrial automation, logistics, search and rescue, and agriculture. Mobile robots can be equipped with sensors and actuators, allowing them to perceive and interact with their surroundings and can be controlled through teleoperation or autonomous decision-making. With interdisciplinary research and technology advancements such as 5G networks, AI, and machine learning, mobile robotics is expected to revolutionize various industries.
Sectors: Oil & Gas, Renewable Energy, Offshore, Aerospace, Rail among others.
What we do: Design, simulate and prototype robotic systems along with NDT solutions.
Ultrasonication is a process that uses high-frequency sound waves to agitate particles or fluids, generating intense pressure and temperature gradients. It is widely used in chemistry, biology, and materials science for applications such as particle size reduction, emulsification, dispersion, and degassing. It is a highly efficient and effective method that provides rapid and consistent results while minimizing chemical usage and energy consumption. Ultrasonication can be carried out in different modes with various types of ultrasonic equipment, making it versatile and adaptable to different requirements.
Sectors: Advanced Manufacturing, Aerospace.
What we do: Bespoke hardware development, Control experiments as proof of concept, Signal processing
FACTORY AND PROCESS OPTIMISATION
Factory and process optimization involves improving manufacturing efficiency by identifying areas of improvement in the production process to reduce waste, improve productivity, and increase quality. This is achieved through streamlining workflows, optimizing inventory, and improving maintenance procedures. Techniques and tools such as lean manufacturing, Six Sigma, and data analytics are used to achieve these goals, resulting in increased profitability, improved customer satisfaction, and reduced environmental impact.
Sector: Aerospace, Marine, Energy, Modular construction.
What we do: Applications of lean methods and technologies to optimise businesses and processes.
STRUCTURAL DESIGN AND OPTIMISATION
Structural design and optimisation is a critical aspect of engineering that involves applying principles from mathematics, physics, and engineering to design and optimise structures. The goal is to create safe, efficient, and durable structures while minimising costs and materials used. This involves modeling, analysis, and testing, and computer simulations and optimisation algorithms are increasingly used to improve efficiency and accuracy.
Sector: Mechanical product design.
What we do: Consultancy on structural design, analysis and structural optimisation of large industrial applications such as gantries, robots and other structures.
Provides quality consulting services in engineering and technology to manage our clients business challenges.
Grant application preparation
Lean consultation and training
Product design and verification