Our strength in R&D is underpinned by our expertise in design, development, testing and regulatory filing for all our products.  Our comprehensive R&D centre in Nottingham is where ideas are turned into reality and where we create unique solutions for the issues faced by companies servicing the professional medical, cosmetic, industrial, retail and aviation industries.

Our engineering expertise extends to the Aerospace, Military and the Healthcare sectors. We pride ourselves on creating solutions for a huge range of products.

Turning products or designs into reality quickly and efficiently and providing the opportunity for continuous upgrades and dvancement is at the heart of Brightwake’s drive and focus.

Working alongside regulatory bodies, we are able to create solutions that provide the quickest possible route to market.

At Brightwake, we pride ourselves on creating the next generation of engineer and R&D Scientist. Through our Engineering Apprenticeship programme we are supporting young talent and crafting their skills and knowledge into tomorrows expert. Through our support to PhD funding, we have supported a number of research engineers to academic excellence.

Our services include

  • Contract Manufacturing
  • Design Consultancy Clean Room Contract Manufacturing (5 x Class 7)
  • Production Engineering
  • Production Process Design
  • Materials Selection
  • Technical Textiles
  • Regulatory Assistance
  • Intellectual Property Development
  • Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTP’s) Packaging and Logistics
  • Bespoke Machine Building

“Brightwake Ltd have a long history of working with bioengineers at the University of Strathclyde with a focus on bringing advanced life changing technologies to the clinical sector where they can benefit the most challenging patient populations. There are many examples of this productive collaboration, including the licensing of the blood salvage technology, Hemosep, from Strathclyde University in 2012, ultimately leading to a medical device that is having impact across the world. This early collaboration spawned many more, using a number of funding mechanisms, including Innovate UK's Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) program. Through this program Brightwake Ltd and the University of Strathclyde Bioengineering Dept have developed world leading technologies that touch on some of the most challenging clinical problems of our day. These include the development of the world's first real-time blood concentration diagnostic device to determine the clinical end-point of Hemosep blood salvage procedures, enabling clinicians to more intelligently and efficiently control blood salvage. Further KTP work involving the partnership has led to the development of a novel sepsis treatment technology that promises to revolutionize the treatment of patients with this life threatening condition. Brighwake's work with the University of Strathclyde has at its heart the objective of innovating solutions to global healthcare challenges.”

Professor Terry Gourlay, Head of Department of Biomedical Engineering University of Strathclyde