Industry: Computer Software
Founded: 0
Type: Government Agency
Size: 1-10 Employees.
Address: Glasgow G51, UK
Established in June 2008 and located within Glasgow's Digital Media Quarter, The Scottish Centre for Enabling Technologies (SCET) aims to help Scotland's creative companies explore and exploit the latest technologies in the development of new/existing products, services, systems and knowledge.

Funded by the Scottish Governments SEEKIT programme, Scottish Enterprise and our university partners, the centre strives to increase the sustainability and competitive advantage of Creative Industry companies across Scotland by building lasting links with the Scottish universities knowledge base.

We pride ourselves on our impartial free support and guidance as well as the success of our highly attractive 'Feasibility Study' grant funding.

The expertise of the centre staff combined with that of our university partners spans a wide range of technologies, processes and business models including computer games, animation, virtual reality, interactive digital TV, video on demand, digital content publishing, archiving, search, database, business intelligence, GPS, web-based technologies, social networking, wireless/mobile technologies, 3D visualisation, 3D sound, speech recognition, haptic (touch) technology, gesture-based interaction and camera-based tracking. An extensive but not exhaustive list!

Our Team

Zouhir BEN AYED Ingénieur - Directeur
nedra hidri
nedra hidri ingénieur en ouvrages d'art
Mohamed MNIF
Mohamed MNIF Ingénieur Génie Civil
Karim Gharbi
Karim Gharbi DGA
François Rivière
François Rivière Directeur de projets
Nedra Hidri
Nedra Hidri ingénieur en ouvrage d'art
Mohamed Amin BRADAI
Mohamed Amin BRADAI Ingénieur Génie Civil et Ouvrages d'Art