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Young’s Seafood - KTP assists frozen brand leader with fish to fry
This Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) project established a successful partnership between Young’s Seafood and University of Leeds. The aim was to understand and quantify the waste producing processes and the chemistry in the production of coated-seafood products in order to develop a strategy and methodology to minimise waste.
Kettering Textiles LTD - Fashioned for success
As one of the UK’s leading managers of disposal fabric waste, Kettering Textiles, based in wellingborough, Northants, enlisted the support of The University of Northampton to develop a range of designer womenswear for retail in this Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP).
The Village Bakery (Coedpoeth) LTD - KTP helps profits rise at bakery
For this Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) the Village Bakery (Coedpoeth) Ltd worked successfully with Academic Partners from Manchester Metropolitan University. The aim was to establish food quality systems and to update procedures across the project range. In addition, the project aimed to establish an ongoing programme of new product development.
DATASYM (UK) LTD - KTP Puts innovation on the menu
Portsmouth-based Datasym (UK) Ltd worked with Bournemouth University’s School of Design, Engineering, and Computing to deliver this Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP). The collaboration was initiated to research and utilise wireless communications, producing hospital ward-based menu ordering and patient information systems, whilst ensuring compliance with emerging legislation.
ULTRA ELECTRONICS COMMUNICATION & INTEGRATED SYSTEMS - KTP ADDS A VALUABLE DIMENSION TO DATA-LINK PRODUCTS
In this Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP), Ultra Electronics Communication & Integrated Systems (CIS) worked with the Department of Communication Systems at Lancaster University to develop a real-time integrated security monitoring and management system, for the communication of situational awareness from remote locations, such as unmanned aerial vehicles, over satellite and local broadband links.