Examples of eligible R&D activities

  • Updating existing products with new technologies
  • Improving cost efficiency and quality of products
  • Bespoke solutions
  • Developing innovative features or processes that are not currently available on the market
  • Developing innovative features or processes that are not currently available on the market
  • Reducing carbon footprint and developing processes and products to become more energy efficient and reduce wastage

Case Study: Robotics Developers

To date, a Didcot-based company have received £150K in R&D tax credits with the latest claim of £60K. A small, growing company have developed a scalable, flexible and fully customised robotics for the target markets of Nuclear Research & Decommissioning, Oil & Gas, Infrastructure Survey, First Responder and Security.

Research and development is vital to the company’s growth plan as they continue to develop further the technical aspects of the ground-breaking technologies associated with its products. This technologically challenging field is constantly progressing and R&D tax credits enable innovation to continue and achieve advanced breakthroughs.

Security, Lighting & Electrical

Research and development is vital for these fast moving industries where new technologies must be incorporated into current products.

Download a free guide for R&D tax credits: Security, Lighting & Electrical

“The UK lighting industry is remarkably well placed to enjoy a period of rapid growth through the opportunities presented by innovation and research taking place right here and now.”

The LIA (Lighting Industry Association)

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