Robotics and Artificial Intelligence Landscape
Robotics and Artificial Intelligence are significant globalised technologies that can be applied in many sectors. Our team have created a map of the UK research and technology landscape.
Connecting the UK’s growing Robotics & AI community with industrial collaborators and research-based expertise
Current Robotics and Artificial Intelligence Landscape funding opportunities
iX challenge: Adaptable Fender Development
Opens: 01/07/2022 Closes: 26/08/2022
The Innovation Exchange programme is working alongside Carbon Trust Offshore Wind Accelerator (OWA) to support OWA members to solve a wind farm access challenge. OWA members wish to engage innovators to find solutions for adaptable vessel bow fenders that allow for a single vessel to…
Innovate UK Smart Grants: July 2022
Opens: 28/07/2022 Closes: 26/10/2022
UK registered organisations can apply for a share of up to £25 million for game-changing and commercially viable R&D innovation that can significantly impact the UK economy. This funding is from Innovate UK, part of UK Research and Innovation.
iX Challenge: Novel Sensor Payloads for Asset Inspection Drones
Opens: 05/08/2022 Closes: 30/09/2022
The Innovation Exchange programme is working alongside Futureworx to find novel sensors and/or data processing techniques that can be deployed in scenarios offering relatively low Size-Weight-Power-Cooling (SWAPC) budgets. These will initially be aimed at demanding industrial environments, such as t
Read our latest report: Robotics and Automation within the Medicines Manufacturing community
The UK is lagging behind other countries in the widespread adoption and deployment of automation and robotics across the Medicines Manufacturing industry. Innovate UK and KTN arranged a workshop to gain insight into what gaps exist and where innovation could help resolve these issues.
Security and Ethics of Human Augmentation workshop | Report
Organised by Innovate UK KTN’s Neurotechnology Innovation Network in collaboration with national security and defence partners, the Security and Ethics of Human Augmentation workshop held on 18 November 2021 brought together a group of experts in human augmentation technology to consider the medium-term impacts in a range of scenarios.