The company’s specialist surveying and inspection business, Geocurve, will receive modest financial support from KEEP+ as it works with the University of Essex on “groundbreaking knowledge exchange, collaboration, contract research and innovation in the Virtual and Augmented Reality spaces (VR/AR)”.
Geocurve through this initiative expects to be able to develop and introduce significant new high-value products and services for both its current and future target clients, Remote Monitored Systems said.
Geocurve expects that by combining its specialist surveying, data processing, software development and problem-solving with University of Essex's VR/AR specialist skills and innovation, Geocurve will be able to expand its commercial services into hazardous environments like nuclear, construction, natural or man-made disaster services and in particular in confined spaces, within storage tanks, caissons and underground reservoirs.
In early morning trading, Remote Monitored Systems' shares were 10.7% higher at 0.775p.
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