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HXT mentioned in UK government new funding announcement- Partnerships for a Prosperous Nation - EPSRC announces £138 million investment in research-business partnerships
http://bit.ly/2tQSq0V

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HXT are presenting on the main stage of Venturefest 2016 today. We are one of 9 companies selected for a 5 minute pitch and have the opening slot at 11am.
We are coinciding this with the launch of a formal funding round to further develop commercial operations and new products - http://haloxray.com/news/2016_03_16

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HALO X-ray Technologies Ltd is leading a consortium of UK companies and Universities that have secured funding through the Technology Strategy Board (TSB) programme on ‘Technology-inspired innovation’. This programme will provide key support for the development of new high-speed materials identification systems using core IP and further underpin HALO technology in all areas of application.

The consortium is led by HALO and includes Nottingham Trent University, Cranfield University and Totalpost Services plc. This alignment of both academic and industrial partners will be key to deliver a valuable technology demonstrator to support the on-going development of HALO core IP in aviation security, medical systems and industrial process control.

HALO IP provides a step change in the application of X-ray diffraction techniques and systems to real-time applications. This platform technology is designed to solve problems in, for example, security screening of luggage where it can be tuned to identify hidden materials including contraband drugs and explosives. Other applications include medical systems where we are supporting an EPSRC grant into Point-of-Care High Accuracy Fracture Risk Prediction and process control and manufacturing where the fine tuning of chemical properties can reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions.

HALO CEO, Simon Godber, stated “Demonstration of HALO capability in our core areas of application is essential to achieve market acceptance and early adoption of our solutions. We see this demonstrator as a key part of engaging with both industry and future investors in HALO and welcome the opportunity of working with our partners in this programme to develop our core IP.”

HALO X-ray Technologies Ltd is pioneering the development of advanced, real-time, X-ray diffraction techniques and systems in aviation security, medical systems and industrial process control.

#x-ray #haloxray #diffraction #x-raydiffraction #aviationsecurity #medicalsystems #processcontrol

HALO X-ray Technologies Ltd is to support an EPSRC grant on Point-of-Care High Accuracy Fracture Risk Prediction. HALO will provide access to IP for the purposes of developing new techniques and systems for the detection of osteo diseases such as osteoporosis. HALO will support the academic teams in the application of core IP in this field and in tandem develop techniques for commercially-viable medical systems, for early exploitation as OEM components or standalone point-of-care equipment.

This EPSRC grant demonstrates the continued commitment from UK government to new technologies in the medical field and is a key component for HALO to achieve early adoption and business success in this sector.

HALO CEO, Simon Godber, stated “We look forward to working with the academic teams in developing new techniques for detecting bone quality. Medical systems are a major part of our long-term business strategy and we are keen to work with partners to develop HALO IP in a form suitable for commercial exploitation. We see this work as an important step in developing our business solutions for the medical field”.

HALO X-ray Technologies Ltd is pioneering the development of advanced, real-time, X-ray diffraction techniques and systems in aviation security, medical systems and industrial process control.

#x-ray #haloxray #diffraction #x-raydiffraction #aviationsecurity #medicalsystems
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