55+ YEARS OF BREAKTHROUGH INNOVATION


For six decades, we've been helping our clients to create breakthrough products and services and to realise their most ambitious technology-based aspirations.

 

These are some of the most potent examples of our work with global blue chips, aspiring enterprises and ambitious start-ups from a range of market sectors.

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Hitachi Vision Design

With a global vision to ‘Inspire the Next’, Hitachi is ambitious in its desire to deliver innovation that will answer society’s challenges. We were invited to help advance Hitachi’s vision by anticipating a future world where connected home appliances and human symbiotic robots transform the way we live our lives.

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The Saranas Early Bird Bleed Monitoring System

A world-first for endovascular bleed detection

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CATALOG DNA data encoding machine

Enabling the world's first DNA-based platform for massive data storage

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ESC Home Energy Management System

Energy service innovation for a low-carbon economy

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ListenTALK advanced Group Communication System

ListenTALK advanced Group Communication System

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Iridium Extreme satellite phone

The first truly global ‘Push-To-Talk’ mobile communications system, Iridium Extreme PTT has provided the low-earth orbit leader with a valuable new revenue stream.

 

Ocado smart platform

Transforming warehouse automation with another world-first in radio design

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Skintuition

Enabling personalized skincare for a mass audience

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Chiesi next-generation inhaler

We helped Chiesi Farmaceutici create a novel, next-generation dry powder inhaler (DPI) to compete with the market leaders throughout Europe.

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accesso smart wearable

For their latest wearable device, accesso wanted to take their LoQueue virtual queuing solution to the next level, adding greater interactivity and creating new ways to connect with park guests during their visit.

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The Aficionado

We set ourselves the challenge of creating a machine learning system that could address the infinitely complex world of music. The result is The Aficionado.