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Now you can detect a disease with a smartphone
Imagine being able to detect a disease using a smartphone? Well now you can, as a life-changing invention can do exactly that, and has won a new £30,000 innovation competition. The inaugural Morgan Innovation & Technology (MIAT) Prize has been awarded to iVisco, invented by Dr Arslan Khalid of Scottish start-up Mobi Dx.
Calling all inventors – last chance for £30,000 prize
Have you got an idea for a brilliant gadget? Budding inventors are being offered £30,000 worth of Research & Development expertise to get their products to market – but they need to act fast. There is just a week to go until entries close on 5th November for the Morgan Innovation & Technology Prize. It will go to the entry with real commercial potential to change people’s lives for the better.
Touch tech promises to revolutionise gaming VR
To provide the most realistic sensation of touch available in the market, RealSim technology has been created and patented by Morgan Innovation & Technology Limited (MIAT). Already proven to help rehabilitate stroke survivors by replicating their sense of touch, it is now ready to be re-purposed to make VR/AR (Virtual Reality/Augmented Reality) even more powerful.
Entries open for £30,000 R&D prize
With the aim of helping budding inventors to get their products to market, Morgan Innovation & Technology, has launched its Morgan Innovation & Technology Prize 2017. The winning inventor will receive £30,000 worth of R&D expertise and services to further develop their idea.
Duo manufacture 360° security camera
Morgan Innovation & Technology has won a new manufacturing contract to support Winchester based panoramic imaging company, Observant Innovations. The companies met at Nucleus Expo in Southampton Science Park in 2016. Morgan IAT will manufacture the Patrol, a vehicle-mounted panoramic camera, at its modern manufacturing facility in Petersfield, Hampshire. Their research team is also guiding the company through regulatory conformance with ...
Haptics prototype heads to Innovate 2016
A haptic glove prototype from family-run manufacturer, Morgan Innovation & Technology, will be showcased at Innovate 2016 on 2nd-3rd November in Manchester. Morgan IAT, in conjunction with the University of Southampton, is developing a haptic system for the hand that will provide individuals with a sense of touch. Initially the product is being developed to help with rehabilitation of stroke patients and is undergoing trials at the unive...
Baby incubator is cost-effective, collapsible & portable
Morgan Innovation & Technology (Morgan IAT) has won a contract to design, develop and manufacture a new cost-effective, collapsible, portable baby incubator. The mOm baby incubator was invented by James Roberts, global winner of the 2014 James Dyson award for innovation. Morgan IAT will project manage mOm from initial design phase to bringing it to market, as well as developing the electronics and software.