Gas Sensing Solutions Ltd in Cumbernauld make carbon dioxide sensors. Our world-leading Institute of Thin Films, Sensors & Imaging helped them to create a portable fast-response sensor for use in exercise science and sports. It helps to determine the correct intensity of exercise for individual athletes.
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The new product UWS helped us build will fuel our growth plans by allowing us to win market shareAlan Henderson, MD, Gas Sensing Solutions
UWS leads a €6.8m project team spearheading the roll-out of Europe’s 5G mobile network. Around 1000 times faster than 4G, the new technology has big implications for future applications, from remote surgery to self-driving cars. Early benefits will come to remote areas, where fixed networks are prohibitively expensive.
Our vast technological expertise includes:
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The Scottish Centre for Enabling Technologies at UWS has worked with NHS Scotland to develop apps and tools that support palliative care, diabetes monitoring, cancer care and ophthalmology. They’re among games, apps, animation and database management systems that SCET has created for more than 250 companies.
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UWS’s long-term partnership with Oxfam involves local groups from communities throughout the west of Scotland. It has produced research on the integration of refugees, the economic contribution of co-operatives, the work of community organisations and the impact of austerity on health.
Our wide-ranging work with social policy implications includes:
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