In September 2021 VoltVision successfully secured a £600k grant from theDepartment for Energy Security and Net Zero (formerly the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy,BEIS) as part of a wider government drive to invest in and promote green innovation in the UK.
This grant has supported an 18 month long collaboration between VoltVision, leading academics from the UK Research and Innovation, Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) and a multidisciplinary team at Brunel University including the Brunel Centre for Artificial Intelligence: Social and Digital Innovation.
“Leveraging advanced technologies, such as IoT, big data analytics and machine learning algorithms, has become a crucial aspect for companies and utilities seeking to maximize the performance and longevity of their critical assets.”
Professor Tatiana Kalganova, Research Centre Director at Brunel University London, AI: Social and Digital Innovation
“We hugely value this collaboration which has fostered innovation and the rapid evolution of ideas. It has enabled us to accelerate the development and roll out of new solutions that support heavy industry to improve power efficiencies, maximise performance of critical assets and crucially reduce CO2 emissions.”
Manoli Yannaghas, Managing Director VoltVision
If you would like to know more about this collaboration, please follow the link below to the National Centre for Universities and Business (NCUB) – ‘Artificial Intelligence: the present and future of technology’ which highlights university-business collaborations that address human challenges through AI partnerships.