Research & Innovation Services

Seiche KTP Awarded 'Outstanding'

A University of Bath KTP with Seiche Measurements Ltd has been awarded ‘Outstanding’ by Innovate UK.

The ‘Outstanding’ award, following the Final Report submission, is for the first of three KTPs with Seiche, a company with international expertise in underwater sound measurement for the detection of marine mammals.

The KTP, led by Dr Adrian Evans, Electronic and Electrical Engineering, sought to develop a real-time vision system which enhances current monitoring capabilities of cetaceans, such as whales, dolphins and porpoises.

Dr Evans says: “The KTP project was very ambitious in scope but successfully achieved its objectives. One of the most satisfying aspects was seeing how Bath’s research expertise underpinned the development of a new product range for Seiche.”

Roy Wyatt, Managing Director of Seiche, comments: “Congratulations to this fantastic KTP project. The KTPs at the University of Bath are of the highest calibre and bring invaluable new talent to Seiche’s growing R&D department.”

Clive Bailey, Business Development Manager in Research and Innovation Services, who helped facilitate the partnership, says: “This highest awarded grading reinforces the quality of KTPs at the University of Bath which has continued to place us first in the South West, and in the top ten nationally, for the last ten years.”

Further information on Seiche.

For further information on Knowledge Transfer Partnerships please contact:

Clive Bailey
Business Development Manager
Tel: +44 (0)1225 38 5201 

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