Our research and our knowledge exchange capability are more relevant to businesses than ever. Businesses that incorporate digital technologies and use data more effectively typically grow faster and increase their productivity in comparison to business that don’t.
Computing and communications underpin and connect stakeholders with diverse requirements. If you have an idea, project or want to be located in a facility with like-minded digital innovators, we will work with you to develop the opportunity.
If you are a Lancashire digital technology businesses looking for help to develop your software products while scaling up your business, try the Lancashire Technology Accelerator.
Please contact us to discuss how we can help provide solutions to your research or training needs.
The NPH is a vision to connect the North’s cities, pooling strengths and tackling barriers to productivity that will make the North economically stronger. Identified growth areas include digital technology, advanced manufacturing, energy, and digital/ health innovation. Our expertise strongly aligns to the growth areas and could benefit your organisation in these emerging markets.
"Digital Rail Limited is working with the School of Computing and Communications on an autonomous vision system for monitoring platform train interfaces to increase safety and reduce dwell times. We are co-funding a patent application for this system with the University." Dr Howard Parkinson, Technical Director, Digital Rail Limited
Science and Technology at Lancaster has an established track record of successful collaborative research partnerships with business and industry, from small businesses to large corporations, both in the UK and overseas.
A major strength of Lancaster University is its thriving ecosystem of interdisciplinary research. This collaborative approach is fostered by our mixture of formal and informal structures – bringing together experts from different disciplines to address challenges on all scales.
In addition to our eight research themes, we work in three interdisciplinary areas as key growth areas. Contact our team for more details.
Computer scientists from the School of Computing and Communications are at the forefront of a UK-wide BBC initiative to inspire a new generation to get creative with coding, programming and digital technology. Dr Joe Finney, School of Computing and Communications, helped develop the coding and programming behind the BBC micro:bit – a pocket-sized, codeable computer.
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