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The new XRCE website launched today, 22nd November 2016.

New content - smooth navigation -  mobile responsive – modern design.

It was time our web site changed but we didn’t want to just copy the content into a fresh look. We looked hard at our visitor analytics and  did a number of interviews to fully understand what our visitors are most interested in. We worked to make that content easier to find and more valuable for our two main audiences - the research community and our business and industry partners.

What’s new on the home page.

The new scrollable design puts everything at your fingertips with most information only one click away -  and it’s mobile responsive.

We’ve included some of our favourite Twitter handles and posted # tags of what’s trending for XRCE – the conferences and tradeshows we’re currently at or going to in the next few days.

Our Research: The description of our current research areas of focus have been included with links to other relevant content and associated publications. Most research areas now have added ‘highlights’.

The 3 most recent publications appear on the home page and the new publications database means our papers will be available online faster.

Industry Focus

The industry focus section demonstrates through case studies how our technology and expertise is having impact. We have established know-how in document outsourcing, data analytics and automation but also transportation, litigation and healthcare.

Partner with Us: This entirely new part of the site explains the different kinds of partnerships that are possible with XRCE. Long term strategic contracts, Research-as -a-Service and EU and Government projects are the main activities but others are possible. Please contact our business development department to learn more.

The XRCE blog is another newcomer to the site. Every month we’ll be publishing articles authored by our scientists and engineers that cover all of what we do and even more. It may be an opinion,  a conference review, a reaction to a controversial piece of news, a project or a personal explanation of a discovery.

We hope you enjoy the new site and look forward to seeing you more!