HDTIHealth Design and Technology Institute (UK)
HDTIHadrian Dook Technical Installations (UK)
HDTIHigh Definition Thermal Imaging (optronics)
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He added: "Consumer tests to see how patients used GumSaver were an important aspect of deciding whether to pursue my idea and HDTI was brilliant at setting up a usability study.
"HDTI also offers an online evaluation service, recruiting user groups to give quantifiable and qualitative reviews of apps during beta testing, to make sure that they are optimised for their intended purpose.
The coefficient associated with HDTI is positive and significant at a threshold of 5 per cent, this result validates hypothesis 2d.
Guy Smallman, commercial development director of HDTI, says: "[These are] devices that assist people to live more independent lives in their own homes, rather than treating them in hospital."
Guy Smallman, commercial development director at HDTI, said the ERDF funding had already helped a wide variety of entrepreneurs, inventors and SMEs turn their ideas into reality.
Guy Smallman from HDTI (left) trys out the Solesee product with Lisa Preston and David Smyth
HDTI helped Ian with concept design, computer aided design modeling, prototype and other complex procedures to bring the idea to life.
Encouraged by the extremely positive results, he has protected the intellectual property in the Fidgety Foot Stool by registering the design and has commissioned HDTI for help in finding a commercial partner to license his idea and manufacture the product.
Following the meeting, HDTI agreed to help Charles nd a partner to take his idea forward.
The 63-year-old has taken his idea to Coventry University's Health Design and Technology Institute (HDTI)which is now developing the product ahead of clinical trials.
"We approached MidTECH, the West Midlands NHS Innovations Hub, who then commissioned HDTI to build a simple, professional looking app to present the six audio selfhelp titles in an easy, accessible way.
Adaptawear has worked with Coventry University's Health Design and Technology Institute (HDTI) to bring its front fastening bra - the latest product in its range of adaptive clothing for men and women - to market.