Working with Business

At Queen Mary we work with businesses, the public sector, and charities around the world to shape policy, drive innovation, and create tangible impact.

Queen Mary undertakes globally significant research with 92% recently assessed as internationally excellent or world-leading (REF 2021). Our researchers are trained to solve real world challenges working in partnership with industry; we are ranked in the top category for commercialisation and intellectual property in the Knowledge Exchange Framework (KEF). By combining private and public funding with academic expertise allows Queen Mary to do what we could not do alone. Our business partners benefit from: driving competitive advantage through accelerated innovation and creating Intellectual Property; access to highly qualified and motivated graduates; access to academic expertise and unique University facilities; and growth of their businesses through access to new markets, new product development, increased productivity, and better processes.

What we are showing at the event:  Queen Mary and RT Software are collaborating through an Innovate UK Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP). The KTP scheme serves as a catalyst for UK businesses, facilitating the development of innovative products and services with the guidance of experts from Queen Mary and a skilled graduate. The project with RT Software aims to develop content-aware sports video analytics using machine learning. Experience firsthand the interactive display, unveiling the seamless attachment of graphics to players, effortlessly tracking their every move. Don't miss the opportunity to meet the dedicated researchers supporting RT Software to deliver a groundbreaking project.

Buisiness development Machine learning in Tactic allows users to attach graphics to players and follow their run automatically with just one click. 

Collaborate with us:

For more information please see our Collaborate page and see more details of the work we do with our partners RT software. 

Contact: Dr Joanne Chamberlain, Dr Qianni Zhang, Dr Camilo Vargas Cortes.