NuNano is a UK-based company specialising in the design and manufacture of probes for atomic force microscopy and cantilever-based sensor devices. It was founded in 2011 by Dr James Vicary and Professors Heinrich Hoerber and Mervyn Miles to bring new manufacturing methods and exemplary levels of customer service to an industry broadly unchanged in […]
Covatic is building the world’s first broadcast personalisation engine, based on world-leading IP from the University of Oxford in the field of semantic linked-data technology. It will enable broadcasters to deliver context aware, dynamic programming tailored to the unique requirements of each audience member.
The company was founded in early 2017 by a combination of […]
Proxisense has developed extreme environment proximity sensors and fluid contamination systems utilising eddy current sensors. The former are finding uses in producing systems which monitor the health of turbine blades in real-time, which can extend component lifetimes and reduce maintenance and downtime costs. Proxisense is targeting the power and aerospace industries for these use […]
PervasID is developing a high reliability, wide area passive RFID system with the potential to provide location capability based on the EPC Class1 Gen2 standard.
Spun out from research activity in the Engineering Department at the University of Cambridge, the technology is now successfully deployed in several field trials.
8Power is a University of Cambridge start-up developing novel technology for sensing and measurement in industrial applications.
The University of Cambridge is a world leader in the science and technology of sensing, and is pioneering the research of new sensor technologies applied to condition monitoring of built infrastructure and machinery through the Cambridge Centre for Smart […]
The Parkwalk Opportunities Fund has participated in a funding round for Inflowmatix, an Imperial College spin-out company providing high-resolution sensors and associated analytics initially to the water industry. Their technology will enable clients to actively manage their asset base through risk-based preventative maintenance and ultimately dynamic network optimisation.
Cambridge Touch Technologies (CTT) is a University of Cambridge start-up developing next-gen 3D touch technology.
CTT’s next generation 3D touch technology enables mobile devices to sense both the location and force of multi-touch inputs. CTT’s technology improves on the first generation of 3D technologies recently introduced to mass markets, which allow users to press a […]
Spectral Edge has emerged from the highly-regarded Colour Group at the University of East Anglia, a world leader in colour research. The Group is active in a range of different research areas such as Computational Colour Constancy, Physics based vision, Image Reproduction, Colour Graphics, Image Indexing, Colour scanning, Colour Science, and Computer Vision.
The company’s […]
Spun-out of the University of Cambridge Nanoscience Centre, Silicon Microgravity is commercialising a sensor technology which provides a breakthrough in the management of oil and gas reservoirs.
The company’s breakthrough sensing technology combines the recording of gravity data at very high sensitivities and seismic data at low frequencies. Both sensing methodologies provide an improved means for […]
Animal Dynamics, a spin-out from the Department of Zoology at the University of Oxford, is developing a portfolio of products derived from research into evolutionary adaptations in flight, swimming, walking, and stealth, where nature has arrived at significant performance optimizations which can be applied to commercial products.
Maple Tree Energy Management, trading as Navetas, is a company developing household energy monitoring solutions with existing investment from the University of Oxford.
The company offers a core product, the Loop Energy Saver, a consumer install, online, electricity and gas residential energy monitor with a built in tariff tracker and switching service in partnership with uSwitch […]
The Parkwalk-managed University of Cambridge Enterprise Fund III invested in Reduse in June 2015. In October 2016 the company entered voluntary liquidation.
Reduse, a spin out from the Low Carbon Materials Processing Group at the University of Cambridge, were seeking to change the way laser printed office paper is treated post use. Instead of disposal, recycling […]