Research in the School has produced a number of successful spin-out companies. For more information see the links below.
Arago Technology was incorporated in early 2010 following several years of joint research and development by EPL Composites Solutions and a team from the National Grid High Voltage Labs at The University of Manchester.
Perceptive Engineering are a provider of intelligent monitoring and control systems for the process industries and they design, develop and commission real-time monitoring, control and fault detection systems to optimise process performance and safety.
A North West success story, CableSense originated from a business based in Morecambe, Lancashire. In collaboration with the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering and the University of Lancaster, CableSense have developed an innovative product to manage enterprise-wide structured cabling systems.
Advanced Hall Sensors (AHS) was formed following work by Professor Mohamed Missous on the Quantum Hall Effect and its exploitation in a range of ultra high sensitive magnetic sensors that exhibit unique characteristics.
The Syngenta Sensors Centre is researching Sensing Systems and Information Communications Technologies (ICT) for agriculture and farming, but with a central focus on sensors and knowledge-based approaches to support agriculture and farming of the future.