Knowledge transfer partnerships - case studies
At ARC Technology Ltd we are delighted with the results of the Knowledge Transfer Partnership programme carried out with the University of West London and the KTP Associate. The project is enabling us to enhance and streamline our software solutions, and further strengthen our exposure within the Higher Education market.
Working with the University of West London has been fantastic. The professionalism and know-how has exceeded our expectations. We always thought we were good at what we do but the University of West London has taken our work to another level.
UWL provides us with the multidisciplinary expertise necessary to undertake this very ambitious project and allows CIBSE to develop relevant guidance for its members and the wider industry.
The Concrete Centre partnered with the University of West London to investigate the suitability of current deflection limits of concrete slabs to enable more economic and sustainable designs and help to revise the concrete design standard, Eurocode 2.
Knowledge connect - case studies
Knowledge connect was a London Development Scheme that we successfully participated in.
With Knowledge connect we have expanded into an area that is already showing impressive promise for future opportunities. Without the University of West London's support and expertise we would not have been able to consider this option and we look forward to continuing our collaboration.
Our association with the University of West London and Knowledge connect had hidden benefits for our business causing us to think clearly about our processes and undertake housekeeping activities that improved the business overall.
Working with the University of West London really helped us develop our consumer understanding, combining our industry knowledge with their academic experience and access to research.
This project was very beneficial for us and we are grateful for the opportunity to work with the University of West London at this level. We look forward to continuing to work with University of West London to develop our work and benefit from the knowledge transfer schemes the University of West London offers.