Domain Dynamics Opens New HQ in the Heart of the Thames Valley
NEWBURY, UK -- Domain Dynamics Limited has just opened new headquarters in the commercial heart of Reading, Berkshire, UK. Following recent investment funding, Domain Dynamics is growing rapidly, while forging new partnerships to provide solutions in its two key business areas of voice and condition monitoring. In voice, Domain Dynamics offers solutions for voice-enabled control and security for use with mobile phones, pocket computers and smart cards running on industry-standard platforms and operating systems. In condition monitoring, Domain Dynamics works through consulting with end-users and OEM partners to build solutions that help a wide range of industries improve safety, control and production efficiency.
Originally based on the Shrivenham campus of Cranfield University, where the company developed, tested and proved its voice and signal solutions, the opening of new offices in Reading will enable staff numbers to be tripled to meet growing business demand, and bring the company into closer contact with commercial partners. "This really is technology transfer in action and Reading provides an ideal business location for our next-generation solutions," said Dr. Fredrik Verkroost, CEO of the Domain Dynamics group. "All industries look for inventive ways to improve safety, security and control either in the products they produce, or in their processes. Our proven technology offers a quantum leap in the electronic interpretation of complex data, enabling us to create practical solutions that are truly radical in their power, compactness and reliability. We are already building new alliances to enable product manufacturers to incorporate voice activation and security into consumer devices, for example, in the deterrence of mobile phone theft. And with Domain Dynamics' innovative approach to condition monitoring solutions, such as our current partnership with BP, we can bring big resource-savings to a wide range of industries through more accurate, responsive control and diagnostics."