The consortium supports knowledge transfer, arrange commercial and academic presentation, assess and test commercial services and technology, conduct research, and drive policy, regulation and understanding of the radical consequences of technology and services. Where required we could also develop proprietary technology and services for the consortium members; using both outside contractors, and leveraging PhD and Masters students. Thus, services might include the following:
To track and distil the escalating range of technologies and tools that are emerging.
Research & Development
To build pre-competitive proof-of-concept systems and generate IP.
Education & Training
Enhancing and re-skilling the knowledge and expertise of staff required to deploy the new technologies. UCL believes the most effective way to do this is a knowledge transfer and R&D consortium.