Gas Data Ltd is delighted to announce the establishment of a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) with Aston University’s Institute of Photonic Technologies (AIPT).
The aim of this KTP project is to develop new gas monitoring devices that use optical fibre technologies in the monitoring and analysis of difficult-to-detect gases. Optical fibre sensors offer the potential for reduced susceptibility to contamination and more robust instrumentation. These are important characteristics in the emerging renewable energy sector where Gas Data is developing a strong presence.
Gas Data’s Technical Director,Chris Dakin, believes the project as a exciting opportunity:
“The enhancement in Gas Data’s technical capability will increase our competitive advantage in the current market and enable the launch of unique products into emerging markets.
Collaboration with the Aston Institute of Photonic Technologies, an acknowledged centre of excellence for research in optical systems, will enable Gas Data to become a leader in innovative detection technologies.
Naturally the details of the project are somewhat hush-hush. As Gas Data incorporates optical fibre sensing into its monitoring systems and analysers then no doubt we will be making sure that everyone knows about it.
If you want find out more about Gas Data’s commitment to developing advanced gas detection equipment call us today on+44 (0) 2476 30 33 11 or email email@example.com.
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