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At the Innovation Martlesham tech-cluster we have …
Our business incubator offers:
- Free office space
- Free business mentoring from a panel of experts
- Data Comms
- Co-location with BT and other successful high-tech companies
Companies are accepted into the Incubator though a selection process, ensuring that their idea is commercially viable. While in the Incubator, companies will be measured against ongoing targets, to help them become sustainable and successful businesses.
IM Incubator member will also be able to enjoy
- Access to Business Support, expertise and knowledge sharing from within the ecosystem
- Use of the Innovation Martlesham address at Adastral Park to collect business mail
- Access to meetings, etc.
- Twelve months invitations to all Innovation Martlesham networking events and other ‘cluster only’ events
- Free PR and Marketing to promote your Company
- Access to the Tommy Flowers institute
- Access to Adastral Park and associated facilities such as the restaurant, coffee shop, free parking, etc.
For more information about the Innovation Martlesham Incubator Facility, please contact Jim Milne 07710 091 339, or at email@example.com
Currently Innovation Martlesham Incubator companies:
Strokes are the 4th highest cause of death and the highest cause of long-term invalidity in the UK. More than 100,000 people experience a stroke each year and about 1M people are already living with the consequences. The treatment and rehabilitation for these patients, including the loss of productivity in the work place, costs the NHS and UK economy nearly £10bn annually. Heatley Consulting is leading the development of an innovative new medical scanner that will help to greatly improve these statistics by enabling stroke patients to be quickly scanned and diagnosed on scene. Treatment can then be commenced with minimal delay after the onset of the stroke, ideally within the first hour – the golden hour. This will greatly improve the outcome for these patients and reduce the incidence for long term rehabilitation. The new scanner uses safe, low intensity radio waves to determine whether a stroke has occurred. When fully developed its low cost, compact and readily portable construction will enable it to be carried in ambulances and first responder vehicles and used on-scene. This avoids the delays incurred in the current patient pathway, which requires stroke patients to be transported to a hospital for an X-ray CT scan before a diagnosis can be made and treatment commenced. The new scanner can also be deployed in hospital emergency departments and high dependency wards far more widely and at considerably lower cost compared with X-ray CT incumbents. With further development with non-specialist operators in mind, the new scanner could be deployed in nursing and care homes for the elderly where there is a localised population at an increased risk of stroke, as well as in GP surgeries and community health centres. Crucially, the scanner will help to increase the percentage of patients who present with stroke-like symptoms to be assessed, diagnosed and initial treatment commenced within the golden hour. This will significantly improve the outlook for these patients which in turn will help to reduce the annual ~£10bn cost of strokes to the nation.
Phoelex Ltd has developed disruptive intellectual property that can lead to dramatic enhancement of energy efficiency and cost reduction in high speed optical transceivers. The applications of the technology cover vast range of domains, with specific emphasis on data centres.
Sketchbook Games is a video game development studio currently working on story focused platformer, Lost Words (formerly The Last Word). The company was founded by game designer Mark Backler who has worked in the games industry for 10 years at companies like Electronic Arts, Sony and Lionhead Studios on games including Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix and Fable 2.
Dotmatix takes the pain out of developing embedded code for IoT devices. Using our web based drag and drop interface, you can create and deploy simple or very complex applications in hours or days rather than weeks or months. Before deployment, you can step through your application using our online device emulator.
Our products can be used on Wifi, 3/4G or Ethernet connected devices and we support ISM wireless devices. Our platform can be used just for deployment and management, or you can use Dotmatix as your complete IoT platform. The deployment process also creates your own web interface.
Current applications based on Dotmatix include craft brewery fermentation control systems, remote internal combustion engine fault insertion, weather station monitoring, electric motor control, heating control and water, oil and water use monitoring.”
Farmers are facing a barrage of new digital propositions but without the skills or experience to take advantage of them. In an already fragmented and typically supplier-led industry, one which is increasingly facing new political, environmental, social and commercial challenges, the situation is only going to get worse. Diometer is developing a new solution to address these issues – an intelligent geographically based mapping engine accessible by farmers in the office and field. The Diometer system, incorporating the latest AI and ML techniques, will be able to integrate these disparate data sources and add further value with the introduction of new advanced agricultural features
Tethered Drone Systems (TDS) is very pleased to have been invited to join the Innovation Martlesham Incubator. TDS has been introduced to the IM team by the British Robotics Seed Fund who have invested in this start up business as part of their investment strategy in seeking out innovative robotics and autonomous technologies.
ZOA Robotics is pioneering the development of a low-cost robotic platform, enabling the automation of industrial inspections using highly mobile four-legged robots.
Thiago Azevedo, Founder, said: “We are a small, ambitious, talented team focused on shipping a revolutionary product. Our goal are robots with the grace of animals working with people, anywhere people can go, and some where people can’t. It’s great to join Innovation Martleshamm and I wanted to thank the IM team for their support, which has already been incredibly helpful.”
Innovation Martlesham Incubator News:
- Latest Edition to IM Incubator Works With Renowned Games Writer Rhianna Pratchett
- Sketchbook Joins the IM Cluster
- MindGraph Graduates from IM Incubator
- MindGraph wins Marketing Award
- MindGraph accepted into the Incubator
- Transfaction enters IM Incubator
- IM’s first incubator graduate plans to spin out new company
- Second ICT company graduates IM Incubator: OXEMS
- First ICT start-up graduates from IM Incubator: Disect Systems