Simulation technology on show during recent trade mission to Iraq

Lecture at Cihan UniThe United Kingdom Trade and Investment (UKTI)’s most recent – and biggest – trade mission to Iraq saw Coventry University take the stage in sharing its computer simulation expertise.

The trade mission is part of a series of events designed to expand and grow the UK’s trade with the oil-rich nation. The University was in good company, with 52 senior business executives and British higher education institutes. They were joined by more than 100 of their Iraqi counterparts.

Designing a safer railway for the UK

A Safer Railway for the UKExperts from academia, government and industry came together in January 2014 to discuss the future of UK railway safety. The event was hosted by Coventry University’s KEEP SAFE project, which is taking a closer look at how the UK Rail sector uses data for design and operational safety.

The selective event brought together senior and technical safety engineers from Network Rail, Transport for London, London Underground, Yeltech Ltd., Office of Rail Regulation, Rail Safety and Standards Board, TRE Rail, and TIBCO.

Free Cyber Security Event at Coventry University

Cyber SecurityCyber terrorism, cyber attack, security breach; all phrases that have different meanings to different people.

For many business owners and managers, particularly those who hold a significant amount of commercial, personal and state sensitive information and those who play a critical role in any supply chain, getting to grips with the amount of information coming from the press, government, regulatory bodies and vendor sponsored publications can be an immense challenge.

Enabling in-house software development for Enigma data Recovery

Enigma“With an ever-increasing reliance on smartphones and mobile devices to store personal and commercial information, the need for an efficient and reliable data recovery solution is of high importance”.

Enigma Recovery is a small company that specialises in developing effective data recovery software for use with a range of devices, including iOS & Android devices and SD Cards, a subject which is gaining an increasing level of attention by areas such as business security and fraud.

Professor Don Harris to give Keynote Address on Human Factors

Don HarrisProfessor Don Harris will be giving one of the keynote addresses at the First South African Symposium on Aviation Human Factors in Johannesburg, 28-30 January.

Don’s address will be entitled ‘Promoting distributed cognition on the flight deck’ in which he will describe new concepts for integrating flight deck design with Crew Resource Management activities to provide a more holistic approach to promoting safety and efficiency.