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UK law enforcement is looking for innovative technology that improves the ability to prevent e-scooters and e-bikes from being used for criminal purposes.
The devolved Welsh Government in the United Kingdom has announced the launch of the International Learning Exchange Programme (ILEP).
The UK is ranking fifth in the global security export markets behind the U.S., Japan, China and Germany with opportunities for U.S. security companies.
The UK manufacturing sector suffered declines in 2020 caused by factors such as Brexit and impact of the global pandemic.
The UK is the largest cloud market in Europe. The vast majority of UK enterprises realize the value of investing in ICT.
Strong political support and plans for expansion mark the UK as a significant opportunity for U.S. civil nuclear exports.
More than 16.1GW of battery storage capacity is operating, under construction or in the pipeline across 729 projects in the UK.
The United Kingdom announced a number of initiatives and funding sources to support the reduction of carbon emissions by 78% over the next 15 years.
The Royal Navy is seeking new technology to enhance its early warning capability for the Royal Navy Carrier and Littoral Strike Groups.
The UK filmed entertainment and streaming market is a robust and creative environment that is open to U.S. investment, expertise, and content.
The UK is committed to creating an economy that harnesses Artificial Intelligence (AI) and big data providing great opportunities to U.S. tech companies.
The UK cyber security market, valued at over $7 billion, is regarded as the largest cyber security market in Europe.
The Technology Safeguards Agreement (TSA) between the U.S. and United Kingdom paves the way for U.S. companies to operate from UK spaceports.
The UK dominates the offshore wind market, owning a quarter of the total global portfolio.
The UK FinTech Review led by Ron Kalifa, launched in July 2020, has been published.