Extronics awarded KTP funding

We’re pleased to announce that Extronics has been awarded KTP funding from the UK Government!

The technology we’re developing is at the forefront of innovation, so we were able to apply via the UK Government’s Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTP) scheme to bring on some additional knowledge. We’re thrilled to say that our application was successful, so we’ve secured funding for a new Graduate Electronics Engineer role.

Knowledge Transfer Partnerships is a UK-wide programme that has been helping businesses for the past 40 years to improve their competitiveness and productivity. It connects businesses with universities, enabling them to share knowledge, technology, and skills.

Extronics will be working in partnership with the University of Manchester to develop and share experience; we’re actively looking for someone to take on this exciting new role. Our Knowledge Transfer Partnership will help us drive our R&D roadmap onwards and keep us at the forefront of RTLS technology for industrial customers.

If you’re a graduate Electronics Engineer and want to help define the next level of worker safety and asset visibility, check out the job details on our Careers page.

View the Graduate Electronics Engineer job posting

 

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