We work with tech and engineering companies and industry to promote and explain what you do.
We have made 25 EPSRC-funded research films in partnership with universities and industrial partners, including Jaguar-Land Rover, Ford, Unilever and Babcock.
WHY VIDEO FOR THE TECHNOLOGY SECTOR?
Video is a powerful way to introduce your company to a large audience,
Use video to connect with future partners in industry or academia, as well as for recruitment.
Young engineering students rely on videos to learn about companies and their offerings.
Clients want to watch videos about products and services before committing or finding out more.
Video lets important people know you are market leaders and experts.
PIEZOELECTRIC ACTUATORS: THE FUTURE OF AEROENGINE CONTROLS
The University of Bath worked with Aeroengine Controls (AEC) on a project to develop a new generation of fuel injectors for airplane engines made of Piezoelectric ceramics.
These new devices have the capacity to revolutionaries airplane components by being more robust and more accurate, saving fuel and lowering carbon emissions.
LIGHTING THE FUTURE: IMPROVING THE EFFICIENCY OF LEDs
Researchers are improving the efficiency and output of LED microchips to bring down the cost of producing LED lightbulbs. This will lower the carbon footprint of lighting the UK, which spends one fifth of its energy supply on lighting.
TERPENES - THE FUTURE OF INDUSTRIAL ORGANIC CHEMICAL MANUFACTURE
Industrial organic chemical manufacturing relies on oil as a base ingredient. Oil is a limited resource, which can have supply issues. Researchers and industry are working together to find alternatives to petrochemicals as ingredients in the manufacture of organic compounds.
Terpenes are a class of naturally occurring organic compound, and are a by-product of wood processing and juice manufacture. Terpenes are being tested to see if they can replace petrochemicals in many parts of the organic chemical manufacture industry.
KINDS OF FILMS IN ENGINEERING / TECHNOLOGY / INDUSTRY:
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PROJECT SUMMARY / FINDINGS
COLLABORATIONS BETWEEN INDUSTRY AND ACADEMIA