BLOG SERIES – Responding to COVID-19: Urban Big Data Centre

AmyBlog, Technology Scotland News

As the situation regarding COVID-19 continues to develop, some of our Technology Scotland members have been able to respond to the calls for assistance we have been seeing across Scotland, and the UK. These responses have taken a variety of forms, from tailoring pre-existing products to provide support in these unprecedented times to innovating business procedures and practices to provide ... Read More

Future of Mobility Regulatory Review Call for Evidence Survey of MaaS Scotland Members

AmyTechnology Scotland News

In March, the Department for Transport published its open consultation on the Future of Transport Regulatory Review. This consultation includes a call for evidence asking for information and views on Mobility as a Service, in particular ‘what the opportunities and risks of MaaS platforms might be, and what role central and local governments should play in their development.’ MaaS Scotland is ... Read More

Photonics Scotland – Optical Design Special Interest Group

AmyPast Event Recaps, Technology Scotland News

On the 5th of May Photonics Scotland hosted the first online meeting of its Optical Design Special Interest Group. The group, set up in 2018, is a forum for experts and enthusiasts in optical design, providing an opportunity to share knowledge and discuss challenges affecting this area. In the first online version of the group, attendees heard presentations on The ... Read More

MaaS Scotland Consultation Workshop with Department for Transport

AmyPast Event Recaps, Technology Scotland News

In March, the Department for Transport published its open consultation on the Future of Transport Regulatory Review. This consultation includes a call for evidence asking for information and views on Mobility as a Service, in particular ‘what the opportunities and risks of MaaS platforms might be, and what role central and local governments should play in their development.’ MaaS Scotland ... Read More

MaaS Scotland Data for Mobility Special Interest Group

AmyPast Event Recaps, Technology Scotland News

In December 2019, Technology Scotland and ScotlandIS ran an interactive workshop exploring the role of data in supporting future transport solutions. The workshop was delivered through the organisations’ clusters in Mobility as a Service, Data and Cyber Security and brought together stakeholders from within the transport, communications and data communities. You can find the post event report here. The success of ... Read More

Key findings from Photonics Scotland’s baseline survey of the Scottish Photonics sector

AmyPublications, Technology Scotland News

As a result of discussions with Scottish Government, and in particular, Minister for Trade, Investment and Innovation, Ivan McKee, Photonics Scotland was asked to undertake a baseline survey of its members on behalf of Scottish Government and its enterprise agencies in order to provide an up to date view of the Scottish Photonics sector. The survey was launched on 30th ... Read More

BLOG SERIES – Responding to COVID-19: Scintilla

AmyBlog, Member News, Technology Scotland News

As the situation regarding COVID-19 continues to develop, some of our Technology Scotland members have been able to respond to the calls for assistance we have been seeing across Scotland, and the UK. These responses have taken a variety of forms, from tailoring pre-existing products to provide support in these unprecedented times to innovating business procedures and practices to provide ... Read More

BLOG SERIES – Responding to COVID-19: Wideblue

AmyBlog, Member News, Technology Scotland News

As the situation regarding COVID-19 continues to develop, some of our Technology Scotland members have been able to respond to the calls for assistance we have been seeing across Scotland, and the UK. These responses have taken a variety of forms, from tailoring pre-existing products to provide support in these unprecedented times to innovating business procedures and practices to provide ... Read More