We work closely with our HEI partners and clinical
teams at Hywel Dda University Health Board, to bring
a unique collaboration between Swansea University and
University of Wales, Trinity Saint David.
The Assistive Technologies Innovation Centre (ATiC) at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David are currently funding a clinical scientist post as part of the TriTech team.
ATiC is one of four partners in the Accelerate (Welsh Health Innovation Technology Accelerator) programme which is co-funded by the European Regional Development Fund, through the Welsh European Funding Office, to support RD&I in the life sciences, health and social care in Wales. Powered by a multi-disciplinary team of artists, designers, engineers and scientists, the ATiC UX lab offers a unique and comprehensive range of biomechanical, biometric, psychophysiological and behavioural means of measuring and analysing usability factors and user experience. A range of industry standard 3D scanning and software solutions support the accurate capture of the human body, objects, and spatial environments with the ability to use this information to model, 3D print, analyse and evaluate in both real and virtual reality simulations.
Swansea University and the Healthcare Technology Centre are currently funding a research associate post to be based in the TriTech team.
The Healthcare Technology Centre is a proud partner of the £24 million pan-Wales Accelerate programme, supporting the translation of promising ideas from the life science, health, and care sectors in Wales into new products, processes, and services for long-lasting economic value and broader societal benefits. With a dedicated team of post-doctoral technologists, innovation and life science specialists, technicians, and project managers, alongside our state-of-the-art laboratory facilities, we are at the forefront of the technological development and adoption pipeline in Wales.