Technology Transfer License

Kosran will shortly announce the availability of our new innovative next generation game-changing technology ‘Site Safety System’
 
The system incorporates all the features and benefits of the fit for purpose technologies we have already brought to market.  This includes our ECV-Electronic Coded Valve© diesel plant anti-theft immobilisation system; our Telematic Converter; and our SAC-Safe Access Control system developed for electrical powered access equipment.
Please read our customer testimonials of our success.
 
Nobody wants the current loss of life and serious injuries on UK and global sites to continue - Everyone wants a solution. 
 

This game changing technology provides the minimum basic site-safety fundamentals required to deliver change.

 
 
“Keep Your Operators Safe”
 
The overall aim of our research and development programme has been to anticipate every industry requirement and to use innovative technology to deliver solutions for safer sites, safer workers, less fatalities, less serious injuries, less downtime, greater productivity and profitability.  Industry committees have done great work and provided a continuous comprehensive and complete flow of safety advice and pamphlets. Kosran has taken every detail on board and incorporated them within our 21st-century technology system which implements our industry committee objectives.
 
Price: A Key objective achieved is that the system will be available at a ‘game-changing’ price
 
Sharing innovation: Our Sales Plan is to share our innovations with the wider global industry via technology transfer.
 
Benefits of technology transfer of this niche technology for OEM Manufacturers & First Tier Suppliers:
 
1.      License a comprehensive specialist engineering solution
2.      Get to market swiftly, with new competitiveness & differentiation
3.      No upfront cost and avoid protracted niche, non-core R&D programs
4.      Earn early new product margin in return for a royalty payment
5.      WIN opportunity to rebrand the technology and
         win international awards and sales
6.      Kosran has no comparative competitor, you will be in the ‘front’.
 

Kosran has the design engineering support structure in place to deliver and support this package.
The system benefits from our 25 year experience and innovative success in construction, agri and access industries.
This is our niche area of expertise, we have proven our concepts, we have no comparative innovative competitor.
 
Contact Kosran for further information

 

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Professor Thomas Brazil MIEEE Chief Technical Officer & Patrick Sheeran MRICS are supported by their long standing Irish Engineering Partner, a progressive automotive research, development and productionisation company, who work with market leaders across the globe.

 

They provide services which include custom integration of the new Kosran technology to our Licensees machines, systems, traditional loom and CANBus protocols; and manage the transfer of the technology to your factory or introduce an alternative supplier. 

 

The next generation ‘Site Safety System’ from Kosran has anticipated and exceeds the minimum standard of the UKCG (UK Contractors Group) as provided in their 'Good Practice Toolkit'. The UKCG is the primary Association for Contractors operating in the UK. UKCG members turnover £33bn, and account for a third of UK construction output. www.ukcg.org.uk

 

Patrick Sheeran MRICS is a Chartered Surveyor and graduate of Blackrock College and the Dublin Institute of Technology. He has a long history of entrepreneurship, innovation and patents; for taking a concept to design; and delivering ‘fit for purpose’ engineering products from factory to the construction equipment industry in the UK, France & the Middle East. His focus is on saving lives, limbs, brand reputation, protecting property, enhancing productivity and profitability and corporate social responsibility.

 

To contact Patrick Sheeran directly Call Dublin, Ireland
00353 86 2343 666 E: patricksheeran@kosran.com

 

 

CPA highlights technology

Written by Helen Wright - 05 Nov 2015
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Delegates at this year’s Construction Plant-Hire Association (CPA) Conference heard a variety of high-profile speakers present information about the pipeline of projects for the industry, how to fill the skills gap, and the impact of technology on the construction sector.

 

Technology

New technology changing the way construction equipment operators, fleet owners and site managers work was also a key theme of the CPA conference.

Martin Frank, research engineer for specialist intelligent machines at manufacturer Volvo, told delegates that construction equipment fitted with technology such as partial drivetrain automation and site telematics had the potential to mitigate a large proportion of machine waste on a worksite.

 

“Intelligent components designed for machine control and optimisation help to control aspects such as speed, load, slope and position, and allow operators and equipment to perform tasks as efficiently as possible. Site connection technology enables the fleet, the material being handled, site capacity and production to be managed in real-time,” he told the conference.

 

He said technology could help fleet owners generate process understanding, collecting data to support the analysis of machine usage and site operation, helping to detect bottlenecks and wastage. “In the future, operators and machines will be one unit,” Mr Frank said.

 

And Glyn Matthews, head of strategy and engagement at UK rental company Speedy Hire, pointed out that people increasingly expect the same connectivity and functionality on-site that they are used to at home.

 

“People expect up-to-date information about plans, parts and jobs at their fingertips, with up-to-date technologies including image and location capture,” he said.

 

Mr Matthews highlighted several ‘disruptive’ technologies that he thought were likely to play an increasingly important role in the construction equipment industry. These included aerial drones for surveying, virtual reality headsets for viewing building information modelling (BIM) plans, and 3D printing.

 

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To contact Patrick Sheeran directly
Call Dublin, Ireland
00353 86 2343 666
E: patricksheeran@kosran.com