We actively work with a wide range of individuals, businesses and community groups to drive innovation and achieve professional goals.
The key to our success is innovation. The University of Plymouth has provided workable solutions using the latest cutting-edge technology, specialist skills and expertise that we would not otherwise have access to.
Oakmount Control Systems Ltd
Through KTP Oakmount improved its ability to specify automation production equipment based on customer requirements more accurately and quickly at the tender stage, while integrating new technologies and Industry 4.0 solutions into the business.
Bluefruit, was looking to expand its use of agile and lean software development for application in the medical device market. Through KTP it bridged the gap between agile and lean methodologies and compliance.
Red Paddle Co
Red Paddle Co sought to improve their products and maintain their premium market status. We introduced a talented graduate to the company for a ground-up approach to analysing, re-designing and optimising key components.
Fine Tubes Ltd
Fine Tubes accessed funding to use University of Plymouth's Electron Microscopy equipment for compositional analysis.
Devon dairy business harnesses the university's expertise in understanding the science behind its range of ice creams, creams, cheeses and yoghurts.
Spinnaker sought assistance to help with the design and development of an enhanced wireless charging system that allowed for extended service interval times in markets that have an extended geographical reach.
Plymouth graduate accelerates the uptake of innovative solutions in the construction industry to support the delivery of low carbon buildings.
Plymouth-based Bombardier Transportation undertook a KTP project to develop and design the next generation train detection and signalling system.