Technology Scotland recently caught up with our member, Wideblue, for our Member Spotlight series. We find out about who Wideblue are and what they do, why they joined Technology Scotland, and much more! Take a look below and get to know them.

What does your organisation do?

Wideblue is a full-service product design and development firm that specialises in translating novel technologies into commercially viable products. Our team consists of product designers, mechanical engineers, electronic engineers, software engineers, and physicists. We engineer complex, innovative solutions for a broad range of sectors including medical, consumer, industrial & Academia. We have a speciality in developing photonics products especially within the Quantum Technologies sector.

We strive to find the most effective solution for our clients, and provide our clients with a full end to end design and manufacturing service. Through our parent group, Pivot International, we can provide all stages of the development cycle and beyond to seamlessly transfer into manufacturing.

 What is your organisation’s biggest achievement?

Developing medical products that have positively impacted people’s lives.

Tell us something exciting about your organisation

Wideblue will be joining other industry leaders at various shows throughout the remainder of 2023. These include the European Conference on Optical Communications (ECOC), SPIE.Photonics, and the South East Health Technologies Alliance (SEHTA).

Why did you join Technology Scotland?

We joined Technology Scotland to gain broader knowledge of companies across Scotland and how we can work in partnership with them to develop great products. We also joined to help shape and support government policy to promote photonics and product design.

Find out more about Wideblue.