Sensors and Signal Processing at University of Edinburgh

An Academic Industry Meeting day (AIMday) on Sensors & Signal Processing, is being planned at the University of Edinburgh, for companies looking to find an innovative solution to challenges in this technology area..

Sensors & Signal Processing is a key area of expertise at the University: questions about relevant industrial problems submitted in advance will be discussed, each for a one hour period, on the day, by several of a group of academic experts. They will outline several possible pathways to a solution to the problem posed: in the past these AIMday events have proved successful in establishing collaborations and identifying new solutions to challenges facing industry today. The multiple discussions throughout the day will allow companies to assess the strength and depth of expertise at the University of Edinburgh in several areas of sensor and signal processing technology.

The organizers comment that “The announcement of an AIMday focused on the topic of Sensors & Signal Processing is great news for Edinburgh as it coincides with increased emphasis on this sector within Scotland – a sector which generates over GBP2.5Bn ($3.75Bn) for the UK economy. Companies and suppliers within this sector are increasingly looking to R&D to extend their existing products and to reach into new markets. The AIMday event will provide a source of innovative and multi-disciplinary thinking to companies who rapidly need to meet the latest challenges in the market place.”

While the AIMday will not take place until 7th October 2015, to submit your questions for consideration for discussion on the day, the deadline is Friday 17th July. Please submit these via the AIMday website,


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