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iKoustic has one very clear goal;
Creating Quieter Spaces Together
To do this we need to make sure we never stand still. Acoustic Solutions and Soundproofing Materials technology are constantly evolving, the needs of our clients are agile and the regulations and legal requirements change frequently. As such, we are constantly looking at how we can develop our products and processes to ensure that we deliver revolutionary and industry leading solutions.
Our Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) projects have become a vital part of this. We are currency running two mKTP partnerships, one with the University of Salford and our recently announced project with Leeds Beckett University.
Alongside The University of Salford, our Acoustic Innovations Engineer Gabriel Whittle, with input from both iKoustic and academics at the university, has been working to deliver and embed a robust Product Research and Development process. This 31-month project includes the development of a software prediction model to enable virtual acoustic prototyping. In addition to this, Gabriel has begun to design and build a test rig to validate the results discovered in the software.
Working with students and management experts, the project with Leeds Beckett University, is a new two year project, which has been part-funded by the Government through Innovate UK. The goal of this project is for our new Strategic Development Director Ruth Denwood to bring long-term and embedded change to our working culture, organisational processes, and strategic marketing activities. Focusing on practical tools and support to develop and embed the management capabilities required to support sustained growth.
The journey and progress of both projects will be detailed in our blog so make sure you check for regular updates.
Do you want to help shape the future of soundproofing? Do you want to be certain that you are offering your clients the possible solution? Beyond the KTP projects we love to collaborate with like-minded individuals striving to meet their noise reduction goals and objectives.
If you want to find out more or talk about your project you can visit our homepage on ikoustic.co.uk where you can send us a message via the chat function or call 01937 588226 and ask to speak with Rick or Gabriel.