Our specialism is developing mathematical methods and computer software to solve real-world problems. Often, the same mathematical approaches can be applied to very different applications, and so our experience covers a wide range of specialist applications:
- Inertial sensors and human motion: Motion tracking using low-cost inertial sensors (accelerometers and gyros), and applications in health and biomechanics.
- Handling uncertainty: Analysis and decision making using data which is noisy or uncertain, including Bayesian methods.
- Signal processing: Algorithms and software to analyse sensor data, including data fusion techniques for combining multiple sources of information.
- Automated image analysis: Development of systems automatically analyse image data, and make quantitative measurements.
- Optimisation and efficiency: Algorithms to maximise efficiency and minimise waste in real world processes.
- Location, positioning, and tracking: Technologies for tracking objects, people, and vehicles in 3D.