Why partner with Synaptec?

Synaptec developed and manufacture the world’s first and only completely passive solution for distributed electrical and mechanical sensing, which unifies visibility and control of power systems at unprecedented speed, accuracy, range, and price.

We develop lasting partnerships with the end users of our technology, but equally important to us are the long-term partnerships we are establishing with complementary businesses and organisations.

Because our technology is suited to so many diverse markets and applications, it rarely operates in isolation. Business partners are essential to address the enormous global demand for monitoring systems. We are always keen to explore new partnerships with consultants, designers, installers, systems integrators, solution providers, OEMs, distributors, and reps. These are typically companies who are established suppliers of relevant services and products to our target customers, and who want to profitably use our technology to complement their existing portfolio of products and services to bring more value to their end user customers.

If you feel our technology would add significant value to your business and improve your relevance to your customers, we would like to hear from you!

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“We are always on the lookout for new and innovative technologies – and partners – that improve the operational capabilities of customers, that’s why we are excited to be working alongside Synaptec. This will give the UK energy market the real-time analysis they require, now and in the future.”

Colin Sempill, Chief Executive at SSE Enterprise Telecoms

Distributors

Synaptec’s passive sensing solution unifies visibility and control of complex, modern power systems, offshore wind farms, and private industrial power systems such as railways. Talk to us to find out how our technology provides centralised measurements with minimal hardware and without traditional data rate limitations.

System integrators & OEMs

Using optical fibre our technology enables long-distance and “power supply free” measurements of a wide range of electrical or mechanical parameters giving rise to a broad range of solutions to deliver improved and cost-effective instrumentation systems to the electrical power industries.

We at CONDIS are fully satisfied with our collaboration with Synaptec; both on a technical and human level. The Synaptec team are creative thinkers, and always solution-oriented. Sharing the same level of enthusiasm and ambition, we foresee a bright future for the partnership between our companies.


Baptiste Vésy, Business Strategy Manager at CONDIS

Ecosystem partner

Synaptec identified ways to automate the response to offshore cable faults and to monitor many more remote and inaccessible HV assets in offshore windfarms. We adapt our core technology in the most cost-effective and environmentally friendly way.

Academic/R&D

Synaptec was formed with the University of Strathclyde’s Institute for Energy and Environment: the largest power engineering research group in Europe. To keep us at the cutting-edge, we’re always on the lookout for research partners for academic collaborations.

Suppliers

Complement your existing portfolio of products and service by adding uniquely adapted technologies, designed to meet the diverse needs of your customers, to your offer.

“Subsea power cable failure is a real issue for offshore wind operators, making up at least 75% of the total cost of offshore wind insurance claims. The Catapult is committed to working with companies like Synaptec to develop and implement new technologies and processes aimed at reducing cable failures, and, through facilities such as our Levenmouth Turbine, provide a platform for the demonstration and validation of these technologies.”

Audrey Bowie, Project Manager for ORE Catapult

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