A feasibility study into using energy harvesting sensors to detect fires in cargo holds13/05/2022
A collaboration to explore the feasibility of using novel sensors to provide faster detection of container fires located below deck on ships.
Exploring robotic solutions to remove need for humans to conduct inspections in confined spaces12/04/2022
This pilot sought to develop new and revolutionary robotic tools to perform inspections inside pressure vessels.
Pilot to speed up detection of listeria in food production21/03/2022
This pilot sought to find new techniques to increase the speed at which food manufacturers can accurately detect listeria in their food production facilities.
Developing ship-handling skills using virtual reality03/03/2022
A collaboration between Safetytech Accelerator, The Nautical Institute, Anglo-Eastern, Teekay Gas and MOL-LNG, to explore VR solutions to improve ship handling capabilities at sea.
Communicating accurate ingredient data in school canteens12/10/2021
This was a pilot project, partnering with BWCET, a school trust comprising over 20 schools in the North East of England. BWCET seeks innovative digital solutions to help school pupils, parents and carers find food that is safe for them to eat with all relevant food information they need.
Improving defect identification in pipelines28/09/2021
This pilot in collaboration with Phillips 66 sought to explore how machine learning technologies could improve the identification of defects in energy pipelines to reduce the likelihood of leaks and impact on the environment.
How can we enable engineers working with safety critical equipment to use predictive analytics?10/05/2021
Last week’s announcement of the partnership between Falkonry and Lloyd’s Register was a good illustration of how Safetytech Accelerator can promote market access and adoption for new technologies once it has selected crucial challenges that if solved could change markets.
Understanding decision-making on a ship through sensing.28/04/2021
This pilot sought to explore how sensing technologies could improve the understanding of unsafe human behaviours and mindsets on commercial ships, leading to better knowledge of why safety incidents occur.