Project4 Technologies Limited and Serious Games International Limited (SGIL) have today announced the signing of a strategic partnership agreement. The agreement supports the continued development of a number of products already under development by the Coventry based companies, as well as providing the foundations for the development of future technologies.
The agreement supports the development of products with shared Intellectual Property as well as further enhancing SGIL’s role as a primary sub contractor to Project4.
Both organisations are committed to the development of technology within the Defence and Security sector. The experience of Project4 within this environment, and the skills and abilities of SGIL to develop and create video games based technology has already seen the creation of an exciting and cutting edge Military simulation platform for the Untied Kingdom’s Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) and the Centre for Defence Enterprises (CDE).
The Project4 and SGIL relationship was further enhanced following Project4 Technologies successful application to build an advanced Cyber Detection system for Dstl and CDE. SGIL were awarded the contract to build the Graphic User Interface (GUI) element of system on behalf of Project4.
Matthew Lewis, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Project 4 said:
“This is a hugely important step in the development of our relationship with SGIL.
“Over the last 12 months we have worked exceptionally well together. In doing so we have created and conceptualised some truly exciting and cutting edge technologies. As a company we are committed to the Defence and Security sector and I am very much of the view that SGIL will continue to offer us a reliable and highly innovative service in both a partnership and primary sub contractor arrangement”
Tim Luft, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of SGIL said:
“We are delighted to be collaborating with Project4 on developing technology for the Defence and Security sector. Utilising our experience in creating serious games, simulations and virtual training platforms and combining these with the skills of Project4 in developing concepts and prototypes will ensure that we deliver cutting edge and innovative technology that will really make a difference and add value to these sectors.”
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Picture Caption: Matthew Lewis, CEO, Project 4 and Tim Luft, CEO, Serious Games International Ltd
Project4 Technologies Ltd.
Project4 Technologies is an organisation focused on the future. Primarily established to work within the military, law enforcement and security sectors Project4 is driven by a passion for the development of high-tech innovations, designs and software solutions.
Working in collaboration with key partners Project4 is dedicated to developing concepts and ideas from theory to working prototypes and beyond. Using small teams of subject professionals from academia and industry the company seeks to challenge the conventional approach of delivering solutions based on a complete and detailed specification.
In doing so Project4 allows its team’s of innovators to operate with a high degree of autonomy, unhampered by bureaucracy and focused on creativity. Working with its clients the company seeks to develop a superior level of trust, cooperation and communication that supports this approach.
Using these principles Project4 Technologies has delivered some truly exciting and cutting edge innovations that go well beyond their original concept.
Serious Games International Ltd.
Serious Games International uses games technology to create engaging business solutions that add value and guarantee Return On Investment.
Working across multiple sectors we deliver products and solutions in serious games, games based learning, simulation training, gamification, 3D Intelligent Avatars, Augmented reality, emerging technology and cross platform App development. Our solutions can be utilised within Sales and Marketing, Training, Learning and Development, Human Resources and overall organisational efficiency.