Fund to encourage the spread and adoption of innovation

Posted on: February 5, 2019

The South West Academic Health Science Network is offering adopters of innovation part of a £45,000 fund to encourage the spread and adoption of innovation that improves health and social care for people in the South West of England. Up to £1,000 in micro and £5,000 in small enabler funds are available for projects that […]


New Smartline Data Event: What is it and how is it collected?

Posted on: January 24, 2019

Smartline is hosting a data focused workshop to demonstrate our unique anonymised dataset and how it can be used to design processes and systems and support the development of new products and services on Monday 11th February 2019. You can sign up for this event by registering here   The session will consist of: An […]


Big Data Event: Is sharing caring?

Posted on: January 22, 2019

Smartline is sponsoring an upcoming event on Big Data. If you would like to attend the event and participate in the discussion please register here. Health is important to us. The places we live and the people around us have a strong influence on how well we can live our lives. Research about public health […]


Ground breaking data launched

Posted on: January 16, 2019

Ground breaking data which could help companies develop new ways of supporting people to live healthier and happier lives was officially launched at Heartlands on 16th January. This is the first time the unique Smartline dataset has been shared publically and researchers have received interest from companies locally and worldwide. Led by the University of […]


Smartline to feature at Housing Technology 2019

Posted on: December 13, 2018

The ground breaking Smartline project will feature at Housing Technology 2019.

The team will explain how we are using sensor data from 290 homes to advance our understanding of the indoor environment and to design better systems for managing homes in the future.


Natural Alliance to Improve Health and Wellbeing

Posted on: December 12, 2018

Four years ago Perranporth based company Green & Blue developed the award-winning Bee Brick which provides specially designed nesting sites for solitary bees and can be used in place of a standard brick or block in walls, houses, offices, sheds, conservatories and greenhouses. Now the company is working with Smartline on an exciting new project to persuade the construction industry to consider biodiversity as of equal importance to water, energy and heat when considering sustainable housing.