Results For: Information & Communications Technologies

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  • Keyword-based pronunciation lexicons for speech synthesis

    This high-quality keyword-based pronunciation lexicon (Combilex) is easily adaptable for use in text-to-speech synthesis (voice-building or run-time synthesis) and in speech recognition systems. (Click-thru licence available)

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  • Automatic Detection of Video and Film Copies Distributed on the Internet

    A novel digital fingerprinting technique which can automatically detect copyright infringing video files on peer-to-peer networks via the Internet and other media. This technique relies only on information already present within the video. The identification of the video is robust and able to withst...

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  • Data Encryption

    Our low-cost data encryption method could be used in telecommunications channels where secure encryption of the data is essential i.e. in data channels where 'man-in-the-middle attacks' are prevalent.

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  • App for accurate detection and monitoring of delirium

    Delirium is an acute and severe deterioration in mental function, which affects attention and cognition and poses a significant health problem for older patients in hospital. DelApp is a novel app based cognitive test, which can objectively detect delirium in patients.

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  • Combined light communication and energy harvesting from solar panel receivers

    A technology allowing solar panels to harvest light energy while also acting as the receiver elements of light-based communication links or networks. These self-powered nodes allow networks of communicating devices to be assembled within the Internet of Things, Sensor Network applications, and in po...

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  • Smart Building Management System

    A novel building energy management system has been developed for managing energy usage; heating, cooling, lighting etc. The system is based on a wireless sensor architecture and advanced artificial intelligence network. The system is able to optimise environmental controls based on remote, real-tim...

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  • Direct Write System for Producing Metal Tracks on Plastics or Polymeric Films

    A team within Heriot-Watt University (Edinburgh, Scotland) has patent pending for a method of directly writing metallic tracks on polymer surfaces. Developed within Professor Marc Desmulliez research group, this fine line photo-catalytic deposition system is suitable for applications within microel...

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  • Condition Monitoring System for Reinforced Concrete Structures

    Heriot-Watt has UK patents pending for a reinforced concrete condition monitoring system providing 'real-time' information on water, hydration, ionic movement and temperature in the concrete cover-zone to inform preventative maintenance scheduling. The research group seeks commercial constructio...

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  • Tracking Hidden Objects with a Single Photon Camera

    Using a modified LIDAR approach, we offer a simplistic imaging system that enables the viewing or tracking of objects with a single photon camera such as vehicles or people that may be hidden from sight of an observer (e.g. hiding round corners etc).

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  • Super Resolution Imaging - Translational Microscopy (TRAM)

    A method of using multiple low Resolution images to restore multi-colour super resolution images that are far beyond the diffraction limit

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