Exhibitors announced for the Showcasing Emerging Technologies Events
KTN is organising two Showcasing Emerging Technologies Events in May to demonstrate emerging photonics, imaging and sensor technologies.
Brought to you by The Emerging Technologies and Industries team at KTN, the showcases show off new technologies from UK universities and their spinout companies. Exhibitors will demonstrate their emerging photonics and imaging technologies at the first event held on 1st May in London, and emerging sensor technologies at the event held in Glasgow on the 3rd May.
The aim of the Showcasing Emerging Technologies (SET) events is to help accelerate the commercialisation of new technologies coming out of universities and spin out companies, that will have positive impact on society or the environment.
Exhibitors for the events have now been announced.
SET2018 ‚Äì Photonics and Imaging Exhibitors
- Wee-g MEMS Gravimeter: University of Glasgow
- Terahertz imaging system using quantum cascade lasers: University of Leeds
- Ultrafast optical imaging and spectroscopy: University of Kent
- Muon tomography for subsurface monitoring: Durham University
- Single photon sensitive detector array sensors for 3D imaging at distance: QuantIC
- Fovography: Cardiff Metropolitan University
- 360¬∞ camera navigation: Aberystwyth University
- Sub-nanosecond pulsed light source: Pulser Optics
- Flexible photonics – Optomel
- Smart processing of 3D point clouds: Correvate
- Radio-wave system for diagnostic and imaging applications: King‚Äôs College London
- Chalcogenide glass: University of Southampton
SET2018 – Sensors Exhibitors
- Novel flexible pressure sensor: Heriot-Watt University / University of Edinburgh
- Alpha flex ‚Äì flexible silicon-based sensor for detection of charged particles: University of York
- Graphene-based allergen sensor for food production applications: Prognomics
- High temperature, fit and forget ultrasound sensor: novosound
- SkyLine2D ‚Äì in-field monitoring of greenhouse gas emission: Skyline
- Small molecule biosensor: Camena Bioscience
- Biomolecular interaction spectroscopy: Linear Diagnostics
- Tissue-Independent Implantable Antenna for In-Body Sensor Communications – Queens University Belfast
- Novel, High Signal-to-Noise Ratio, Infrared Detectors (spectral range 2-12 microns) – Lancaster University
Not only will you have a chance to see and learn about some of the latest emerging technology from around the UK, you will have the opportunity to form new collaborations, and find new technologies for your applications.
KTN will also be offering support and guidance on funding opportunities to attendees.