02 November 2022
The Analysis for Innovators (A4I) programme from Innovate UK is a graded funding competition aimed at helping to boost your company’s productivity or competitiveness by partnering you with the UK’s top scientists and cutting-edge facilities to address problems in innovative ways. The programme is designed to help you solve analysis or measurement challenges facing your business.
TÜV SÜD National Engineering Laboratory is once again pleased to be a partner organisation in the Analysis for Innovators (A4I) grant funding competition. Innovate UK’s A4I programme Round 9 will open on 7 November 2022.
We have already helped dozens of UK companies solve major flow measurement challenges affecting their business through this programme. This has included testing flow measurement systems and components under realistic field conditions, as well as using Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) to improve the performance and integrity of a wide array of technologies. TÜV SÜD’s Data Science team has also been instrumental in helping many companies integrate artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning capabilities into products. With TÜV SÜD’s help, DASHBOARD won two funding awards to help them develop their cutting-edge data fusion solutions.
OTHER PAST A4I PROJECTS HAVE INCLUDED:
At the time of going to press, UK companies can apply for one of two funding models:
Lynn Hunter, Business Development Manager at TÜV SÜD, said:
“A4I can help businesses to solve problems that they have been unable to tackle using standard technologies and techniques. TÜV SÜD has experience in supporting a range of businesses across different industry sectors and A4I gives even more of them access to our facilities, which are equipped with the largest and most diverse range of full-scale flow test facilities in the world. They can also collaborate with our team of measurement scientists, who use the most advanced techniques to develop easily integrable, cost-effective solutions.”
For more info, please email Lynn Hunter at [email protected] and register for the webinar below.
Tuesday 8 November, 10:00 - 12:00pm | Online