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Impact

See our Projects page for engagement with industry and public sectors. We also have other forms of impact and engagement on this page

New research generated

The success of DIGIT Lab has led directly to the following research projects being awarded, resulting in £9.2M in additional research funding.

University of Exeter

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AI and Data in Design: Advancing the design engineering processes for manufacturing sector

£75,000

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Defence Data Research Centre (DDRC)​

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Digital Twinning NetworkPlus (DTNet+)

£3,214,307

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EPSRC Impact Accelerator Account (IAA) Awards

£46,044

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INCLUsive Digital Economy Network+ (INCLUDE+)


£2,659,374

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SPHERE: Systems and People-Centric Innovation in Healthcare Redesign


£205,000

Oxford Brookes University

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Accelerating Innovation Adoption in Next Generation Professional Service Firms

£1,800,000

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Edinburgh Input Output Research Hub (IORH)

£268,000

Veris smartphone application

Thanks to DIGIT Lab, a scientist, clinician or designer can build and prototype an app to carry out user research by simply building a protocol file without any programming.

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Veris smartphone application

Led by David Plans and JONATHAN BIRD

Veris emerged from research on measuring well-being telemetrically (remotely, using web or mobile applications), primarily aimed at using physical (biometric) data and questionnaires to assess mental health. Responding to the increasing need to measure and intervene scalably in both healthcare systems such as the NHS and in large workforces, Veris was designed to allow for a non-coder to be able to organise a protocol (a set of questionnaires and/or biometric tests given in a particular order and frequency in time) and deploy it without having to write a smartphone application from scratch: its remit is thus to provide a telemetric epidemiology framework that is open and easy to use. 

Toolkits, Reports & ebooks

Thanks to DIGIT Lab, a scientist, clinician or designer can build and prototype an app to carry out user research by simply building a protocol file without any programming.

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DIGIT Lab Winter 2023/24 Virtual Showcase

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Phase 0 Report

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Innovating Next Generation Services Through Collaborative Design

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AI Readiness Toolkit

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Hybrid Agile-Planned product development processes

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Quoted in Harvard Business Review Report

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Digital Dispatches eBook