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- 01 Jan 2019
- Latest award date
- 05 Jul 2019
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A transfer of Touching the Void to the West End, as part of our Arts Transfer Facility.
Towards its annual match-funding campaign Tibet Match.
Towards its work in supporting elderly and disabled women experiencing domestic violence.
Towards evaluation of maternal mental health work in Newham and Birmingham.
Towards a pre-refurbishment survey of the Old Postern building on the Dartington Hall estate.
PETRAS - IOT CYBERSECURITY DEMONSTRATORS CALL: Securing IoT in Critical National Infrastructure – (SecCNIoT) 11 Jan 2019
Our society relies on critical infrastructure such as water treatment and distribution, and power grids. The connectivity of these infrastructures makes them vulnerable to cyber attacks. This project is studying the impact of Internet of Things devices on cyber security, studying what vulnerabilities arise and how to mitigate them.
We are implementing our computer vision inspection technology to build a real-time error detection and feedback solution to automatically detect anomalies in photos of work done on critical infrastructure. Rather than waiting for a manager to review photos of work done (which can happen days later requiring the worker to travel back to the worksite, presenting a safety risk in the mean time), our system gives the worker feedback in real-time before they leave the jobsite and improves the process of capturing a visual audit trail of the work done by autocompleting fields in the work job documentation using information extracted from the photos. We are working on a specific subset of work types for this challenge but hope to expand to other job and error types after our pilot with Infratek...
Engineering skills where they are most needed 16 May 2019
Population growth in emerging economies is driving huge investment in critical infrastructure. However, a skills gap that is exacerbated by a reliance on multinational organisations and temporary, non-domestic workforces is limiting capability to operate and maintain such infrastructure safely. This programme will implement capacity-building programmes to address these needs.
Data-Centric Engineering is a new, innovative, open-access journal for publishing high-quality research that exploits data to inform the development of engineering systems and products in order to reduce risk, and to improve reliability, resilience, safety, efficiency and usability. Papers will be written by and for researchers beyond the usual academic communities to enable maximum impact.
We will be running an event with Newcastle University, delivering a daytime display and lectures, with a joint evening lecture and evening dinner. This will celebrate a project we have been working on around vessel hull strength and safety of SAR vessels. Guests speakers are Dee Caffari and Phil Kyte.