Dashboard recieves notification from the Early Metrics Ratings Agency, which puts Dashboard among the top 20% of the 2,000 Start-ups in November 2018.
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The 2018 Opening Ceremony to the Winter Olympics in Pyeong Chang, South Korea, for the first time, used drones as an alternate visual display to fireworks.
As virtual reality technology continues to progress, both public and private sectors continue to find interesting and unique applications for it.
Dashboard is thrilled to have had not one but two projects (WindTwin and Limpet) selected as national finalists in the prestigious Collaborate to Innovate awards hosted by The Engineer magazine in the ‘Information, Data & Connectivity’ category for 2018.
Bioenergy technology combined with Carbon Capture and Storage (BECCS) is being hailed as the future of environmentally friendly energy production due to the potential to generate power while simultaneously extracting carbon from the atmosphere.
We are pleased to announce Dashboard has been selected from 4,500 applications from 119 countries and nominated in the Top 500 as one of the most promising projects in deep tech to date.
The standardisation of Building Information Modelling (BIM) aims to revolutionise the Architecture, Engineering and Construction Industry. BIM utilises 3D modelling software to create a virtual representation of a building project with embedded digitised documents and data.
On the 16th October, Solvay, an advanced materials and specialty Chemicals Company, will host a business acceleration event for companies funded by the European Innovation Council pilot.
Variable speed limits, environment/traffic hazard warnings, and dynamic hard-shoulders are increasingly familiar on UK motorways.
The Thames has an unfortunate history with disorientated or stranded marine mammals travelling upstream. Most recently, the unexpected sightings of a Beluga Whale has refuelled media discussions about technological solutions capable of monitoring and even deterring larger marine mammals from travelling into shallow waters or dangerous shipping lanes.