Articles Tagged ‘digital catapult centre north east and tees valley’

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What does innovation actually mean?

The term ‘innovation’ is a complex one; what does it mean for a business to be innovative, and what are the best approaches to innovation? Naomi Morrow, Project Manager at Digital Catapult Centre North East & Tees Valley, shares her thoughts in this blog post. Innovation seems to have become one of the latest hypes, often […]

Manufacturing a technology revolution

Manufacturing a technology revolution

What prevents manufacturing companies from investing in and innovating through technology? Juan Pablo Madiedo, who recently completed an MBA research placement with Digital Catapult Centre North East & Tees Valley, discusses the appetite for innovation amongst the sector, the common challenges they face and what role organisations like Digital Catapult play in helping the sector utilise […]

Meet the Expert: NASA

Join Digital Catapult Centre North East & Tees Valley and hear from JPL Ops Lab's Doug Ellison, who will talk about his career and tech used by NASA.

Sunderland: the next smart water city

Could Sunderland soon be a pioneering city in smart water management? Conn Crawford, Client Development Manager (ICT) at Sunderland City Council, discusses the smart water project they are in collaboration with Digital Catapult Centre North East & Tees Valley.  With many councils facing budget reductions, the pressure to reduce costs is steadily increasing and budget […]

Hacked off with Hackathons

David Dunn, Chief Executive of Sunderland Software City, shares his thoughts and discussions from speaking at our ‘Hacked off with Hackathons‘ lab, recently held as part of our ColLab Festival.  For one of our sessions at Digital Catapult’s ColLab Festival, we gathered 20 people whose job it is to connect large companies with SMEs – the […]

Thriving outside London

SMEs, academics and investors in the creative and digital sectors are invited to discuss how these industries are driving innovation in the UK.

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