Alba Ultrasound Limited

Alba Ultrasound Ltd is a technology leader in ultrasonic transducers and arrays. Working with the Centre for Ultrasonic Engineering (CUE) at Strathclyde University, this Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) was set up to implement the next generation of ultrasonic transducers for application in new market areas, such as sonar and non-destructive testing.

Alexander Dennis Ltd

Alexander Dennis Ltd manufacture buses, producing single and double deck bus chassis and bodies, and offering a range of conventional and electric hybrid (Enviro series) vehicles. They worked with the Department of Design, Manufacture and Engineering Management at the University of Strathclyde to improve resource demand forecasting on New Product Development projects utilising a novel approach to predictive modelling.

Blairs Limited

Blairs Ltd is a leading manufacturer of high quality, bespoke timber windows and external doorsets. Working with the Department of Design, Manufacture & Engineering Management (DMEM) at Strathclyde University, this Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) aimed to adapt the existing manufacturing software to accommodate a wide range of new product features and improve the overall production line.
 

Breval Environmental Limited

Glasgow-based Breval Environmental Limited worked with the School of Science and Technology at Bell College (now part of the new University of the West of Scotland) on this Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP). The collaboration aimed to design, prototype, test and develop a system for coating, cleaning and maintaining the internal surface of ducting systems, and prepare manufacturing documentation.

Crawford Scientific Limited

This Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) saw the successful collaboration between Crawford Scientific Ltd and the University of the West of Scotland. The aim was to design and develop
advanced eLearning products in analytical chemistry with improved project management, learning interaction and deployment technologies.

Ecebs Limited

The aim of this Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) was to enable Ecebs Ltd to develop a new security solution to offer increased protection of smartcard data. By developing an authentication process using biometric technology, Ecebs would then be able to create more business opportunities in new markets, therefore increasing turnover. The Company would also benefit from an improved reputation in the area of biometric software solutions.

Howden Group Ltd

Howden design, engineer and supply air and gas handling equipment, including industrial fans, process gas compressors and rotary heat exchangers, with a focus on power generation, petrochemical, mining, steelmaking and cement manufacturing sectors where rigorous air and gas handling is required. They worked with the Marketing Department at the University of Strathclyde to develop and implement a sustainable new product development procedure that ensures timely and cost-effective delivery of commercially viable products to the market.

Hulley & Kirkwood Limited

Hulley & Kirkwood Ltd is one of the leading independent consulting engineers in the UK. It enjoyed a successful collaboration with the University of Strathclyde for this Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP). The project provided the integration of engineering and environmental simulation within the design process across all offices, improved its management systems and enhanced internal communications.

Kennedys Patent Agency Limited

Intellectual property services company, Kennedys Patent Agency Limited, worked on this Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) with Glasgow Caledonian University, to develop integrated practice management systems to interface with staff on multiple sites, clients, Patent and Trade Mark offices and associate firms.
 

Piezo Composite Transducers Limited

This Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) project saw the successful partnership of Piezo Composite Transducers Ltd and the University of the West of Scotland. The aim was to develop
broadband high-power ultrasonic transducer devices.
 

Rawlplug Limited

This Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) project brought together the Glasgow Caledonian University and Rawlplug Ltd. The aim was to design and develop new products to meet new market trends whilst complying with the Construction Products Directive.
 

Scottoiler Limited

Glasgow-Based company Scottloiler worked with academic partners Strathclyde University on this Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP). The aims of the KTP were to reduce the product development lead-time in both creating new design and variants of existing design and diversification of the compnay's product range.

Teleit Limited

This Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) involved the successful collaboration between TeleIT Limited and Glasgow Caledonian University. The aim was to improve automatic updates for web-based marketing tools. The improvements include advanced rules for matching languages similarities.
 

William Tracey Limited

Glasgow-based waste management company, William Tracey, worked in partnership with the University of the West of Scotland on this Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP). Its aim was to create, design and implement knowledge management systems for the company, to investigate the technical and commercial feasibility of re-processing a number of industrial waste materials.