"R&D tax credits were designed for companies like AT Monitor to financially support and sustain their ground-breaking research and development"
AT Monitor Limited, innovators within the motion capture marketplace, have successfully been awarded R&D tax credits with the expert assistance of randd.
Based in Ealing, London, AT Monitor spotted a gap in the motion capture market and have earned a reputation for developing innovative, world-first technology. After developing techniques around their technology, research was carried out into how this knowledge could be applied commercially. With years of experience, the Directors at AT Monitor realised endless possibilities for the technology and applied for a number of patents.
To achieve leading-edge technology, AT Monitor employs staff with motion gesture experience and in-depth background to attain fast results and create an evener faster growth expansion strategy. Iterative development has enabled AT Monitor to overcome technical uncertainties and breakthrough technological advancements.
With limited room for trial and error, the company adopt a high level of risk as the innovation requires an enormous amount of investment. R&D tax credits were designed for companies like AT Monitor to financially support and sustain this ground-breaking research and development.
Robert Kay, Director at AT Monitor, first heard about R&D tax credits through his Accountant, Michael Farndon at Farndon Accountancy, who introduced the company to randd.
Robert commented on his experience of working with randd: “I was quite impressed with the ability of the experts at randd to take a recording of an interview and turn it into a good summary of what the business was about, what the nature of the research was, and an all-round general understanding.”