Project Partners



Aridhia has specialised in the use of big data and health analytics. Our experiences over the last 7 years have led us to technology choices and an approach of providing a flexible, scalable and open platform for research analytics that can be translated into applications for operational use by clinical and service delivery teams. We have developed and supported live clinical services at population scale for risk stratification, patient tracking and chronic disease surveillance. We have core expertise in creating integrated datasets from diverse clinical and operational data sources.



The Department of Clinical Physics and Bioengineering consists of more than 300 scientists and technologists engaged in a wide range of clinical services for NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde across the west of Scotland; it is one of the largest of its kind in Europe. The department plays a prominent role in national and local research programmes and provides a gateway for collaboration with industry on medical technology development



Founded in 1451, the University of Glasgow is the fourth oldest university in the English-speaking world. Today there are over 25,000 students from over 120 countries studying at a broad-based, research-intensive institution with a global reach. It is a member of the prestigious Russell Group of leading UK research universities and a founder of Universitas 21, an international grouping of universities dedicated to setting worldwide standards for higher education. Its annual earnings for research are £181m, enabling it to be at the forefront of the research community.



Philips Healthcare is a major supplier of Medical Diagnostic Imaging equipment including Ultrasound, General X-Ray, Cardio-Vascular, MR and CT, as well as Patient and Critical Care monitoring and Information Management and PACS, to both the Public and Private sectors with a large installed base.

Within the Information management business, Philips Healthcare Service Innovation Unit provides global support for research activities and provides a vital conduit between research groups and the development activities within Philips. Philips provides extensive training, and where appropriate, access to advanced development tooling for the implementation of new applications both in data acquisition & data analysis using Philips Clinical Information System ICCA, (Philips CIS is called ICCA) and works closely with research groups to further meet academic aims.