Monthly Archives: July 2018

30 July 2018

AQDOT – Follow on Investment

By |July 30th, 2018|

We have recently made a follow-on investment into Aqdot on behalf of the Parkwalk Opportunities EIS Fund.

Aqdot is a spin-out from the Department of Chemistry at the University of Cambridge and was founded in late 2012. Its proprietary technology introduces an innovative, simple method for manufacturing structures in the millimetre and nanometre range that are […]

Proxisense – Parkwalk closes investment

By |July 23rd, 2018|

We are delighted to announce that the Parkwalk Opportunities Fund has invested in Proxisense, an Oxford University spinout supplying specialised proximity sensors and systems to measure contamination in critical fluid systems. These products have been developed for use is for extreme and inaccessible environments.

The proximity sensor technology utilises an eddy current sensor and enables […]

Bramble Energy – Parkwalk investment

By |July 20th, 2018|

We have recently closed an investment in Bramble Energy , a UCL and Imperial College London spinout which has developed a unique, patent protected, printed circuit board (PCB) fuel cell – the PCBFC™.

The PCBFC™ utilises cost-effective production methods and materials from the PCB industry to reduce the cost and complexity of manufacturing of proton exchange […]

PervasID – Parkwalk and UCEV V investment

By |July 20th, 2018|

We are delighted to announce that the Parkwalk Opportunities Fund and the University of Cambridge Enterprise Fund V, managed by Parkwalk, have invested in PervasID, a spin-out from the Department of Engineering.

The company has developed a long-range passive Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) tracking technology which substantially outperforms current passive RFID technologies. Crucially, it allows low-cost […]

Undo – Parkwalk investment

By |July 13th, 2018|

We have recently closed an investment in Undo, a Cambridge company whose products transform the way organisations handle software quality issues. Undo helps improve customers’ software quality and productivity, enabling them to fix their ‘unfixable’ bugs, and offers huge improvements in development productivity.

Undo offers a new way of diagnosing and fixing Linux C/C++ application failures […]