Cineon is a virtual reality training company, their aim is to enhance learning and improve performance through evidence-based training. They apply cutting edge research and adopt immersive technologies such as Virtual Reality (VR) simulation to understand and optimise human behaviour in safety critical and high pressured environments. They develop high fidelity virtual reality environments that instil preferred behavioural traits in high risk working environments. Their Virtual Reality environments can solve problems, detect faults and improve staff training and wellbeing.
HydroSurv is a global innovator in Uncrewed Surface Vehicles (USVs) which democratise marine geospatial data for the ocean industries. They design, build and operate multi-mission capable USVs for inland,nearshore and offshore operations. HydroSurv’s range of long-term and short-term options enable customers to accelerate the transition to using USV technology in their projects. They produce training packages that include factory familiarisation training, simulator sessions and water-based courses to enable customers to get the most out of their USV.
SupplyDevon is a company specialising in local procurement services. They help organisations buy better, supporting the local economy and reducing carbon emissions. Funded by the government’s Sustainable Innovation Fund. They help suppliers in Devon recover from the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. SupplyDevon is completely free to use for buyers and suppliers in Devon. They strive to provide a simple and intuitive solution to sourcing locally and supporting the local community, as well as helping Devon reach its goal of being carbon neutral by 2030.
A special mention to our table neighbours, Build solar! After many years of research into integrated solar technology, a small team from the University of Exeter decided to create a spin-out company to develop some of their innovative ideas. The company is led by entrepreneur and solar scientist Dr Hasan Baig and world-leading renewable energy scientist Professor Tapas Mallick. Build Solar is supported by cutting-edge research. It brings together the latest solar technology and embeds it within conventional construction materials. This combination provides access to new markets and creates opportunities to deploy solar technologies within urban environments.