• World-class
    application-driven R&D
  • Bringing researchers
    and early adopters together
  • Making an impact
    and creating value

IT Innovation Centre

Advancing a wide range of information technologies and their deployment in industry, commerce and the public sector.

Our Work

We are an applied research team, working to develop and apply advances in IT Technology. We have an extensive portfolio of innovative projects, and we are proud of our ability to work effectively with both academic and industrial partners to deliver robust demonstrations of technological excellence.

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Partner With Us

We partner in many different ways, through collaborative funded research projects, through directly funded contract R&D and through specialist consultancy. Our aim is to add value to your projects by bringing our expertise to bear on the challenges you face.

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Latest Spotlights

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History of Computing book co-authored by IT Innovation researcher receives prestigious award

04 Apr 2017

The acclaimed book "The Computing Universe - a journey through a revolution" by Tony Hey, visiting Professor in the school of Electronics and Computer Science at the University of Southampton and co-authored by Gyuri Pápay a Senior Research Engineer at the IT Innovation Centre has been recognised as an 'Outstanding Academic Title' by the American Library Association (ALA) in its annual Choice Awards.

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Igniting the FLAME on next-generation Internet ecosystems

14 Feb 2017

IT Innovation is at the heart of a major collaboration, co-ordinating the newly-launched €7 million FLAME project to develop next-generation Internet ecosystems using new technology and platforms to provide flexible service delivery technologies to revolutionise personalised, interactive, mobile and localised media services.

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Helping journalists verify online news information

08 Feb 2017

In our hyper-connected world, breaking news is often first reported over social media by ordinary people who are on scene, not by professional journalists.

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