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Transmission Dynamics are a privately owned engineering and innovation company delivering world leading Internet of Things solutions to complex industrial challenges with our Smart Sensor networks.

We design, manufacture in-house, and deploy a range of wireless telemetry and data acquisition systems and sensors, focusing on machine learning, artificial intelligence, low power consumption, exceptionally low noise and unbeatable performance, for recovering in-service information from the most demanding of environments. Operating within the defence, rail, wind energy, automotive aviation and power transmission sectors, Transmission Dynamics’ core competencies are the embedded skills that lie within its multidisciplinary workforce.

Our culture and environment fosters consensus, integrity, courtesy and humour and promotes enthusiasm, innovation, continuous improvement and efficiency. We develop engineers and project managers in pragmatic but effective techniques, and care deeply for those who work with us. Our objectives are driving for innovation, improving on the status quo in all we do, growing an imaginative and creative workplace and team, having a concern for all stakeholders, and aiming to achieve a lasting and prosperous future.

Newcastle Data drives forward research, teaching, and training on Data Science both within Newcastle University, and with our external partners. Our work includes the National Innovation Centre for Data – a £30M investment that delivers data insights and analytics skills into the workforce of organisations.


Accenture is a leading global professional services company, providing a broad range of services in strategy and consulting, interactive, technology and operations, with digital capabilities across all of these services. We combine unmatched experience and specialized capabilities across more than 40 industries – powered by the world’s largest network of Advanced Technology and Intelligent Operations centres. With 505,000 people serving clients in more than 120 countries, Accenture brings continuous innovation to help clients improve their performance and create lasting value across their enterprises. Visit us at


South Tyneside has a growing, vibrant digital and tech community. Businesses based here are part of a fast paced community, supported by regional sector networks, five universities – and each other.

The borough’s popular Tech Talk series, which has previously featured Jim Mawdsley and Paul Fellows is broadcast from South Shields. Businesses also have access to a new Content Suite – fully equipped with the latest podcasting, lighting and video equipment at One Trinity Green.

Invest South Tyneside work with businesses starting, re-locating to, or already within South Tyneside; supporting them to achieve growth, create jobs and develop the skills of their workforce.


The National Innovation Centre for Data (NICD) is playing a leading role in addressing the shortage of data analytics skills in the UK through a new ground breaking facility designed to encourage and create a vibrant eco-system around data science. A flexible rolling programme of collaborative projects with clients, focused on their specific business challenges and opportunities, is transferring practical data skills into the workforce of private and public sector organisations across the UK. Engaging with NICD enables organisations to gain insight from their data, allowing them to optimise existing operations and to grow by launching new products and services.

Pulsant are the UK’s leading colocation and cloud infrastructure provider. Our 10 UK datacentres and 6 Workplace Recovery sites offer secure, high performance connectivity ensuring more than 2,500 customers can rely on us to keep their IT up and running and secure. We hold a number of accreditations, including ISO27001, PCI DSS and BSI CSA Star for cloud security, and we’re listed on the G-Cloud framework. We are the only hosted IT company to be awarded the Royal Warrant for technology services to the Royal household.


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