Fusion Processing’s technology to be used in Bristol’s driverless cars

4thDec 2014

Bristol engineering company’s pioneering sensor technology key part of Venturer bid

The innovative collision avoidance technology to be used in Bristol’s driverless car trials is to be provided by Bristol engineering company Fusion Processing Ltd.

Fusion is already well known for CycleEye, which can be installed on the sides of buses and HGVs and uses radar and sensor technology to alert them to cyclists in their blind spot.

New study shows outstanding economic impact as SETsquared start-ups grow into successful businesses

4thDec 2014











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High-tech start-ups incubated by SETsquared will have contributed an estimated over £11 billion in GVA (Gross Value Added) to the UK economy by 2025.

Growth and innovation: Brunel’s Engine Shed - a year of success

2ndDec 2014
  • In its first year Engine Shed has already contributed to significant economic growth.
  • A unique collaboration between the University of Bristol, Bristol City Council and the  West of England Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) to stimulate economic growth in the region.