CircoSense receive innovation boost with KTP award
CircoSense are delighted to announce that they have been awarded a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) through the West of Scotland KTP centre.
KTP programmes have been established to help businesses improve their competitiveness in the market place and increase productivity through better use of knowledge, technology and skills. This is achieved through partnerships with colleges and universities throughout the UK.
As part of the KTP programme, CircoSense will work with the Department of Computer Science at the University of the West of Scotland to apply big data analytics and advanced machine learning theory to the development of the next generation of smart controls for commercial hot water systems.
Not only will the KTP partnership allow CircoSense to continue the development of products as part of their Research and Development programme, but it will also allow a graduate from the University of the West of Scotland to apply their degree in a working environment, gaining hands-on, real-life experience.
David Jolliffe, Managing Director of CircoSense, stated:
“We are constantly looking for ways to keep developing our business to ensure that we continue to provide cutting edge, innovative solutions to our clients. Through this KTP partnership with University of the West of Scotland, we will ensure that the information we gather through our smart technology can be analysed and examined to provide in-depth analysis of behaviour and savings for the benefit of our clients.”
The graduate will be recruited over the coming weeks and work from CircoSense’s head office for the duration of the programme.
For more information on the CircoSense3000 device and how it produces energy and carbon savings, please visit www.circosense.com or call us on 0333 320 1000