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Big news on Clean Air Day 2023: We have secured funding from Innovate UK

We are thrilled to announce that we successfully secured a Transformative Technologies grant from Innovate UK, a significant milestone for our company. This funding will catalyse and accelerate the development of our ground-breaking pollution-sensing pin badge, taking it to new heights of innovation and functionality.


Here's how:


Our collaboration over the next six months with the Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre (GEIC) and Geospatial Ventures teams will be pivotal in advancing our project. We will work to functionalise the sensor, integrating it with cutting-edge GNSS chip technology. This critical step will ensure optimal performance and enhanced capabilities, elevating the potential of our pollution-sensing pin badge to revolutionise air quality monitoring.


What it means:


As the leading company in this ground-breaking initiative, Perfect Sense AQ is grateful to Innovate UK, the UK's innovation agency, for its unwavering support and belief in our vision. This grant will support us in continuing our relentless pursuit of innovation as we strive to bring the PSAQ to market and make a tangible difference in the field.


With Innovate UK's assistance, we are confident that our pollution-sensing pin badge will soon become a game-changer in air quality monitoring, offering individuals and communities a powerful tool to understand and address the pressing pollution issue. Together, we can create a cleaner and healthier environment for all.



About Innovate UK:


Innovate UK, the UK's innovation agency, drives productivity and economic growth by supporting businesses to develop and realise the potential of new ideas. They connect businesses to partners, customers and investors that can help them turn ideas into commercially successful products and services and business growth.


About the Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre (GEIC):


The team at the GEIC has a successful history of working with various industry partners to prototype, scale and test graphene technologies and processes. Their facility in Manchester houses state-of-the-art equipment and experts across five main research areas, including 2D materials production, membranes and coatings, printed electronics, energy storage and metrology.


About Geospatial Ventures Ltd (GVL)


GVL are a leading systems integrator and expert in the applications of geospatial technology to real-world solutions. Their focus areas include environmental protection, remote and continuous monitoring, connected and autonomous vehicles, precision agriculture, big data analytics, artificial intelligence, machine control and deep learning.

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