The University of South Wales is renowned for its commitment to working with other organisations to develop new products, processes and services.
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The commercialisation of intellectual property generated by our research through licensing to our partners and starting new companies is a key part of the University’s contribution to economic and societal development.
Technologies that have been assessed as ready for commercial exploitation are available here.
Examples of our Spinout companies developed by the University are available here.
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Commercialisation of our intellectual property (IP) is a fundamental part of our activities; below is a list of our latest technology opportunities. The University welcomes contact from companies interested in licensing technologies and innovations.
RUMM Ltd – Remote energy management technology & services
Cymtec Ltd – Innovative LED based products
GeoVS Ltd – 3D Visualisation Technology
Liveguard Ltd – Mobile security products
Photometrix Imaging Ltd – Digital 3D Measurement products
Authentic World Ltd – Online learning for health sector
Rikoset Ltd – Novel Sports Product Development
Imspex Diagnostics Ltd Clinical Diagnostics Technology
Proprietary magnetic induction spectroscopy (MIS) technology provides non-contact measurement of biomass such as yeast, bacteria or plant cell walls. It can be used for continuous online monitoring of industrial processes involving fermentation or degradation of plant materials without contamination or disturbance of the process, is not subject to fouling, abrasion or chemical interferences and can be used in aggressive, biologically active environments. Applications include food, dairy and brewing industries, bioplastics production, anaerobic digestion and sewage treatment. The university is seeking licensing and collaborative research partners.
Novel photonic, high-bandwidth, highly directional, multi-beam antenna that increases reception accuracy significantly and enables many wireless users to operate within the same frequency band. The technology integrates true-time delay (TTD) structure and will enable a broadband (up to 1GHz bandwidth at 5.6GHz), electromagnetic-interference-free, compact, low weight, motion-free, multi-element antenna or Smart Antenna to be developed that uses photonic RF signal processing to automatically adapt its radiation and/or reception pattern to the RF signal frequency band (up to 10GHz) and environment. The university is now seeking a licensee and collaborative research partners.
Demand Responsive Transport (DRT) services provide important advantages and benefits in several European cities and regions. The Bwcabus system has been a great success and has increased passenger numbers, reversed a trend of declining public transport use and improved access to services and facilities. The scheme has been formally acknowledged by several awards. The university is seeking a licensee.
A unique piece of software capable of quantising live performed rhythms and creating a score transcription that is true to the rhythms played by a musician. Applications include music recording, arranging and editing, and the creation of digital music content and its delivery over the web, for example in Music Information Retrieval, data mining. The university is seeking licensing and collaborative research partners.