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Ferryx joined Future Space in 2019. We caught up with CEO and Co-Founder Jenny Bailey to find out more about what they’re up to, as well as talking about some of the recent accolades they’ve been awarded.
Absolute Robotics is a Cobot integration, system design and supply company. We caught up with Ben Smythe, Junior Robotics Engineer, to find out more about Absolute Robotics and their journey at Future Space.
Service Robotics Ltd is launching the UK’s first companion robot solution called GenieConnect®, to enable older adults to live independently in their own homes for longer. We caught up with Rob Parkes, Co-Founder and CEO at Service Robotics to find out more about their journey.
We caught up with Adam Root, Founder of Inheriting Earth and Matter. Adam always had a passion for the environment and wanted to take action that would help people and planet. He was one of 24 young British innovators to win the Ideas Mean Business Awards from the government’s Innovate UK programme and the Prince’s Trust.
Mass Spec Analytical joined Future Space in early 2020. We caught up with Managing Director, Lance Hiley, to find out more about what they’re up to and how Future Space is an important part of their journey.
We caught up with project manager Rosie Brown and project support officer Chris Padgett, to find out more about their work and how being at Future Space is integral to the organisation.
“We’re working to address many of the problems faced by social landlords, including making homes more energy efficient, keeping rent affordable and supporting people living in their homes for longer”
“We are working to address the global challenge of antimicrobial resistance…aiming to transform the way clinicians make decisions on antibiotic prescription.”
“What is important to us is growing at a rapid but sustainable rate to ensure we make a real difference to peoples’ lives.”