At present Project managing the Covid-19 specific AMSU, the CAMSU. see below for futher details.
Ongoing developments include the AMSU tm; a novel, patent pending, portable suction medical device with disruptive global sales potential.
Recognised by Medilink SouthWest 2020 as an outstanding early stage innovation.
Clinical trial collaboration with University West of England ongoing.
Since gaining a degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, I have also completed another in Psychology.
I have worked in Project Management, Testing and Commissioning of multi-million pound projects including the Channel Tunnel, Waterloo Area Resignalling Scheme and Jubilee Line, London Underground.
Also, Service Engineering and Sales in a variety of Medical Device Companies over the last 25 years.
In my most recent salaried role, I converted an underperforming sales patch from 40% to greater than 95% customer base; increasing sales from £200,000 to over £600,000; without the benefit of any new products to sell for over a decade.
I left this Role in June 2019 to start my own business.
I am self funding a medical device program , currently in full prototype stage with patent pending. The intention is to reach commercialisation by the end of 2020, accessing the Vetrinary market initially.
'AMSU Tm is a novel, globally disruptive device for clearing blocked airways in emergency and chronic conditions. It looks like a sports bottle. It is as effective as and has numerous advantages over the best current technology. It has the potential to make current technology obsolete.
I have utilised business support from a number of organisations including Outset, Set Squared, EEN, AHSN, Business West, Innovate 2 Succeed, The Healthtec Hub , SIGHT Portsmouth, The Advanced Engineering Hub, Sheffield Catapult and Oxford Innovation.
I am looking toward raising capital, potentially via a Crowd Fund.
A joint Innovate grant application is being made with University West of England.
The company qualifies for SEIS funding.
I'm also looking for partners to take the device to market.