TTP will be holding the following insight workshops at the forthcoming Cambridge Network recruitment event on Friday 16th September between 12.00 to 14.00.
Life Science Group Workshop: Engineering biology
The fascinating overlap between biology and engineering is fertile ground for breakthrough technology development. TTP is working with many of the world’s leading life science companies to develop enabling technology in bioprocess, cell therapy and molecular diagnostics applications.
Medical Devices Workshop: Making the right product, right.
Markets are littered with technically-accomplished failures, and there are many concepts which never made it to launch. TTP’s distinctive approach to product definition and development has evolved to maximise our clients’ chances of success – and of us seeing our designs out in the world.
Communications Group Workshop: From sensors in the body to comms in outer space
Our clients work in areas as diverse as biometric sensing, indust...
Friday 16th September 2016
Translating biological assays into market-ready products that deliver ‘Sample to Answer’ from 15 Minutes
This new service provides an accessible and rapid route to market, offering a seamless approach for companies looking to accelerate the development of their assay to a product for use in diagnostics or research.
Made possible with TTP’s expertise in regulated environments and fast track system development, this advance will enable rapid translation of a customer’s biology to a product on the market.
Key to this service is the ability for TTP’s team to understand the fundamental steps required to convert lab-based biological processes (for example, sample preparation, labelling and assay measurement) to a functional low-cost disposable and small instrument.
Cambridge Summer Music exists to promote live classical music of the highest calibre in Cambridge and the surrounding areas.
For further information on the events running this year please visit www.cambridgesummermusic.co.uk
TTP are proud to be sponsoring Cambridge Summer Music Festival again this year.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is driving investment in new applications to harness opportunities in a new connected world. In his article in IoT Now Steve Baker looks at the danger of focussing to much on the technology and not on how to monetise ...
Do you believe the hype?
A new approach to strain imaging of soft tissue could improve the treatment of cancer and atrial fibrillation. We catch up with UK-based R&D company, The Technology Partnership, once again, to learn about its breakthrough in the field of elastography.
Read the full MedTech Engine article here.
TTP Group is proud to continue to support the Cambridge Literary Festival 2016.
2016 sees the Fitzwilliam Museum celebrating its 200th birthday, and TTP Group are proud to be one of the Senior Bicentenary Business Partners during this momentous time.
The year officially began on 4 February, the date of the founding bequest, with the opening of the bicentenary exhibition in the Octagon gallery. A timeline of the Fitzwilliam’s first 200 years which introduced key themes, characters and significant objects showing the Museum’s development.
The first major exhibition of the year is Death on the Nile: Uncovering the afterlife of ancient Egypt (23 February - 22 May 2016) This exhibnition explores the Museum’s fascinating collection of Egyptian coffins, uncovering the secrets of the artisans who made them.
As part of the celebrations The Fitzwilliam are producing 'Object of the Month' videos - March focuses on Blue Twisted Form by contemporary artist Merete Rasmussen. To view this, and the other months videos, visit www.fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk/visit/bicentenary.html...
Proudly sponsored by TTP Group, Cambridge Science Festival launches its first Festival film with Professor Lord Martin Rees speaking about our future as a species and artificial intelligence (A...
As part of Cambridge Science Festival TTP Group is proudly sponsoring the 2016 Famelab Cambridge final.
Bringing together scientists, mathematicians and engineers Famelab is a science communications competition like no other. Contestants have just 3 minutes to convey a scientific concept of their choice, and are judged on the content, clarity and charisma of their presentation.
To find out more and book tickets visit www.sciencefestival.cam.ac.uk/events/famelab-cambridge-final
Cambridge Science Festival launches its first Festival film with Professor Lord Martin Rees speaking about our future as a species and artificial intelligence (AI), Beyond imagination.
To watch this, TTP Group sponsored, video visit www.sciencefestival.cam.ac.uk/features/festival-films
Wednesday 8th March 2016
The ‘Mirage’ display technology recently developed by The Technology Partnership plc (TTP) is to feature as an art installation during the e-Luminate Cambridge Festival this month.
TTP’s Mirage display technology has been turned into a work of Art and will be displayed at the Judge Business School during the 2016 e-Luminate Cambridge Festival. Created by Zero Kb and Visual Poke, the sculptural artwork exploits the unique ability of a Mirage display to appear transparent while able to display a static or video image.
The sculptural artwork comprises 23 small scale Mirage display panels suspended as rotating pieces of glass forming the multiple facets of the sculpture. Adding to the visual impression, each Mirage display will show specially created images.
Mirage Display Technology
TTP’s Mirage technology enables transparent windows or screens to be simultaneously used as a display, transforming internal and external transparent structu...
The Art of Technology
in conjunction with Cambridge Wireless
5 minutes with Paul Galluzzo, chief researcher at leading UK R&D company The Technology Partnersh...
The e-Luminate Cambridge Festival is a modern arts festival for a city at the forefront of technology and research. The really great thing is that you don’t have to be into visual art to want to come and see this amazing Festival, Light is accessible to all!
Good lighting, like good water, is something we take for granted. But it can also be an opportunity for technology, playing a vital role in improving energy efficiency and reducing energy demand. When this is further augmented by artistic creativity the opportunity for exciting results is even greater. e-Luminate Cambridge Festival will show just how lighting can be more than taken for granted and demonstrate innovation and inspiration simultaneously.
Hugh Parnell, e-Luminate Foundation Co-Founder and Chairman
e-Luminate Cambridge Festival returns 12th February – 17th February 2016
During six exceptional evenings, the e-Luminate Cambridge Festival, will offer the public a unique spectacle creating ephemeral light art i...
Developing revolutionary coating technology
As manufacturers strive to update their businesses for Industry 4.0 and meet customer demands for mass customisation of products, they face the complex task of converting large scale, often manual, production processes into automated digital systems. Today Covestro, a leading player in industrial coatings and adhesive raw materials, and TTP, a technology company with expertise in digital printing, announce a development milestone in digital coating and adhesive technology that has the potential to enable this transition – the successful digital printing of polyurethane adhesives.
The partnership of TTP’s new and revolutionary technology for the rapid digital application of coatings and adhesives, with Covestro’s tailored polyurethane raw materials has demonstrated a new opportunity for digital printing in next generation manufacturing. “We recently successfully tested adhesives formulated with Covest...
The Technology Partnership plc (TTP) is pleased to announce that its novel silent pump technology, Disc Pump, will play a key role in Owlstone’s lung cancer screening system due to enter Phase 2 clinical trials in November. As part of the LuCID (Lung Cancer Indicator Detection) programme, it is hoped the Owlstone technology will lead to a cheaper, smaller and noninvasive method of diagnosing early‐stage lung cancer, and potentially save over 10,000 lives by 20...
“Internet of Things” (IoT) innovators Mayflower and its development partner The Technology Partnership plc (TTP) are pleased to announce that they have been shortlisted for this year’s 2015 IET Innovation Awards. Mayflower and development partner TTP, were shortlisted for the highly successful commercial UK deployment of a ZigBee wireless mesh network‐based street light central management system (CM...
Mayflower and TTP selected as finalists for the Power/Energy category of the 2015 IET Innovation Awards
Edwin Stone shares further insight into how the biology has continued to press onward, whilst the gap between R&D and commercialization remains substantial.
Edwin Stone, TTP, looks at how autologous cell therapy could become a viable option for patients worldwide.
Success and leadership succession were the two themes at the TTP Group 2015 Annual General Meeting (AGM) of shareholders.&nb...
TTP Group reports record results and leadership succession at 2015 Annual General Meeting of shareholders
Bridgestone World Solar Challenge
Exciting new collaboration for Cambridge
“Internet of Things” (IoT) innovators Mayflower and The Technology Partnership (TTP) have continued their winning streak with a second award for best application of I...
TTP applies eddy current principle to high temperature measuring applications.
TTP and IOP collaborated to show how the various skills that studying physics develops are useful far beyond the lab, and are valued in a vast range of careers.
Consultant Andrew Baker-Campbell helps clients turn ideas in their heads into products on the shelves:
To find out more please click here.
Companies that embrace the IoS and not the IoT will be the winners in the new connected world.
TTP's Steve Taylor explains why when you cut through the hype around the Internet of Things (IoT), it’s the Internet of Sensors (IoS) and resulting data that matters most.
“The IoT is, to a large extent, a solution looking for a problem, rather than the other way round,” says Steve Taylor, a senior consultant at TTP. “There’s simply no point in objects talking to each other just for the sake of it and the IoT only provides the communications backbone. An Internet of Sensors looks more like the roots of a tree, with sensors of all types at the extremities, capturing and feeding data upwards to the main trunk – the Internet.”
Connecting things over the internet is certainly not new. TTP has been working on machine to machine (M2M) and even organism to machine applications for over 20 years, from sensors to monitor cow herds to sensors in orthopaedic joints and F1 engines. “The IoT hype...
not the Internet of Things.
See our article in t...
TTP Group is proud to sponsor the Cambridge Literary Festival Spring 20...
TTP recently completed the installation of a new custom Bio-Laboratory. This lab has been designed as a dedicated facility for client projects and TTP internal R&D that requires detailed biological testing and development. Activity already underway in the new lab includes, single cell analytics, cell culturing, digital biology, bio-printing, and bio-chemical work flow automati...
TTP have also made a video about this technology; click here to view.
The Technology Partnership (TTP) has developed an innovative approach to small cells for use on lamp posts that dramatically simplifies the delivery of urban LTE.
With demand for cellular data continuing to rise and outdoor small cells seen as an essential element in the long-term delivery of high-capacity urban networks, TTP has come up with a new small cell designed specifically for deployment on lamp posts.
The use of lamp posts enables the acquisition of many thousands of suitable sites through negotiation with a single city authority. TTP’s new eNodeB is simply fitted into a lamp post’s standard photocell socket, providing the quickest possible installation without any modification to the lighting column or its power supply. And the compact design meets de minimis planning requirements, to simplify planning consents.
TTP’s prototype eNodeB is based on the Freescale BSC9131 QorIQ Qonverge processor and ...
TTP Group are sponsors of this years Cambridge e-Luminate festival running from the 11th to the 15th February.
The e-Luminate Festival brings together talented individuals from the Arts, Science and Technology, to highlight the city’s unique architecture in a series of FREE Light installations.
To find out more about the festival please visit:
Inside:Technology is a triannual journal written by Alex Stewart, and produced by TTP of short reviews of new technologies and business innovation from the UK’s universities, research facilities and start-ups.
Click on the pdf download link on the left to read an article about Glysure Limited's continuous intravascular glucose monitoring system.
If you would like to receive the full issue of Inside Technology please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will forward Issue 15 to you.
Issue 15 of Inside:Technology released.
A new digital inkjet technology from a UK-based research and development company promises to cut the cost of customising vehicles, white goods and architectural surfaces, while also saving energy.
To read the full article as featured on The Engineer website click here.
TTP and Mayflower win 'Best Application of The Internet of Things'
Michael Barkway from TTP looks at the current state of play for the IoT without the hype and takes a look into the future.
The term Internet of Things, or IoT, encompasses everything from existing developments in machine-to-machine communications to the newest wearable devices. The vision of the IoT world is that every Thing is connected and discoverable from its own IP address, sharing information freely.
But will the future really be like this? There are good reasons to think that it won’t. This article analyses the nature of the IoT and sets out some of the challenges and opportunities for the next phase of its deployment.
The web today is mostly horizontal – pages of open information, with revenues derived directly through purchasing or indirectly via advertising. The cost model in the Internet today is many-to-one – many consumers to one web server. This has driven revolutionary change in social media, search, file sharing, media distribution and more, enabled by the low co...
TTP, a leading UK technology and product development company, has recently developed an innovative new approach to the intracellular delivery of macromolecules and nano-particles into cells at high speed and high volume. This new technique could have major implications for a range of cellular applications including the transfection of cells with DNA material. TTP has already successfully demonstrated the transport of antibodies into cells and is now beginning to explore other biomolecules and the full capabilities of this exciting technology. This technology relies on a physical effect alone and does not require chemical, electrical poration or biological vectors to enable transport into the cell.
It has been known for some time that relaxation of cell membranes as a result of deformation leads to transient poration to allow molecules or other particles to enter the cell. However, existing approaches to harness this effect typically rely on the use of microfluidics and require pu...
Delivery of macromolecules and nano-particles into cells at high speed and high volume
TTP and Mayflower are pleased to announce that they have completed development of the latest wireless smart lighting control system. An example of the Internet of Things (IoT) in action, this latest design offers over a 50% reduction in power consumption compared to existing smart lighting systems along with enhanced reliability, improved radio range and class leading metering accuracy. The new MK3 design is now available and shipping in volume, with the Zigbee based solution already qualified for sale in North America and beyond this product range dramatically increases Mayflower’s offering.
Smart lighting control is an example of how the Internet of Things can generate real financial savings by embedding intelligence and connectivity into everyday objects. TTP is working on applications from controlling and optimising home energy systems to sensors embedded in smart orthopaedic implants for remote monitoring. With predictions that the IoT will connect up to 50 billion devices b...
Wireless smart lighting control.
The Atlas io™ system enables healthcare professionals to ‘test and treat’ within 30 minutes in their own offices and clinics.
TTP is delighted to announce that it has completed development of the Atlas io™ Reader instrument for Atlas Genetics. The Atlas io™ system is set to revolutionise the diagnosis of infectious diseases by bringing down the time required to take a patient sample and make a diagnosis to less than thirty minutes. This compares with the typical three to ten day turnaround traditionally required to achieve the same diagnosis through a central lab.
The Atlas io™ Reader operates with a test-specific disposable reagent cartridge and fully automates a three-stage process of DNA extraction and purification, DNA amplification, and electrochemical detection of the target infection. The operator simply adds the patient's sample to the cartridge, inserts it into the Reader, and follows on-screen prompts to make the diagnosis.
Achieving this level of simplicity for users ...
TTP and Atlas Genetics development partnership creates ultra-rapid point-of-care instrument for the diagnosis of infectious disease.
TTP, a leading UK-based technology and product development company, has come up with an innovative approach to gas sensing that radically cuts cost, size and power consumption. The new ultrasonic sensor uses patent-pending TTP technology to precisely measure the speed of sound in a gas to determine its composition and can also be connected wirelessly to the Internet for remote monitoring and data collection.
Drawing on TTP’s expertise in nonlinear acoustics and piezoelectric technology, the new SonicSense devices will cost between £3 and £6 each in volume production. TTP is investigating a wide range of industrial and medical applications, from gas safety and process control to respiratory monitoring and anaesthesia. Once the speed of sound through the gas is measured, thermal compensation is applied before the composition of a binary gas mixture is calculated. Additional bulk gas properties such as density can also be determined using the same sensor architecture to enable more co...
New low-cost gas sensor technology from TTP uses speed of sound
TTP’s SonicSense delivers accurate gas sensing at a fraction of the cost of existing methods
Growing business and a forecast of continued strong demand at TTP Group plc (TTP) has generated 30 vacancies, the genesis of a focussed recruitment drive to fill these places over the next 3 to 6 months.
As part of the campaign TTP is returning to The Møller Centre in Cambridge following the success of the previous recruitment events. The informal atmosphere proved to be a great way for people to find out more about TTP as a company, our culture and the exciting projects undertaken.
Peter Taylor TTP Group Managing Director commented, “at TTP we provide a creative and free-thinking environment for ambitious scientists and engineers to reach their full potential, and I’m looking forward to welcoming 30 more staff to join us in exploring new frontiers of technology”.
We recruit the most talented people in science and engineering, and offer an environment that merges knowledge and enthusiasm with innovation, and the commitment to world-class development.
If this appeals to you then ...
Meet Europe’s leading independent technology development company at The Møller Centre
Leading Cambridge-based technology innovation company TTP has been awarded a research project by UK radio regulator Ofcom to assess the potential for future improvements in the performance of radio receivers, in particular for TV. The project builds on a previous research programme conducted by TTP for Ofcom in 2009.
As demands on spectrum increase, regulators are looking to enable services such as mobile broadband and White Space to operate alongside broadcast TV. Dr Antony Rix from TTP’s Wireless group commented that, “if TV spectrum in 700MHz is to be released for LTE or other uses, it is critical that TV receivers operating close to these frequencies continue to be able to operate with a very high quality of service.”
TTP’s research will assess the potential for TV receiver performance, specifically adjacent channel selectivity, to be increased. Lewis Davies, who is leading the project at TTP, highlights that, “although the performance of best-in-class silicon tuners now br...
TTP works with Ofcom to assess future development of radio technology
Study to look at how mobile broadband and White Space will operate alongside broadcast TV
Amaru has been working with TTP, a technology and product development company, based in Melbourn, near Royston in Hertfordshire. He was tasked to investigate the possibility of entering a new market area for the company by developing new anti-reflection coating technology. His success in the project has lead to him being nominated as a finalist in the annual ‘The Year in Industry’ awards in which the top category recognises students who have made the most significant contribution to the businesses with which they have been working. The prestigious awards take place at the Royal Academy of Engineering in London on Thursday 19th September.
Amaru is enthusiastic about the year he has spent working in industry before going on to s...
Student Amaru in finals for National Business Award
9 September 2013: Engineers at The Technology Partnership (TTP) have discovered a way to break through the Faraday Cage that prevents the entry or escape of an electromagnetic field through a metallic enclosure. While the Faraday Cage effect does have useful applications from preventing leakage from microwave ovens to lightning strike protection and screening data cables, TTP’s new patent-pending Fluxor technology will have major benefits for power and data transfer through metal shielding. TTP is already using the technology for monitoring fluid levels in steel pipes, taking readings from medical implants and measuring data from inside high-performance F1 engines.
TTP’s Fluxor method creates a ‘window’ for electromagnetic transmission of power and data by applying a strong DC magnetic field, which lines up the magnetic dipoles in the material to ‘saturate’ a small area of the metal screen. This reduces the permeability and increases penetration to make it possible to transfer elec...
TTP beats the Faraday Cage with Fluxor
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