Our team comprises of professionals ranging from different fields of life like Medical specialists (Andrology, Medicine and Dentistry), Computer Scientists, Engineers (Mechanical, Civil, and Electrical), Geographic Information Scientists, Behavioral Scientists, Business Gurus.
We believe that the best innovative solutions can only be conceived by close collaboration of the existing industry techniques with cutting edge academic research found in the best universities. Keeping this approach in mind, most of our immediate team consists of people who are linked with both worlds. The neighborhood circles of our specialists’ fields touch and encompass a lot of skill set from different domains discussed above but not limited to of course. We like to think about our team as a bunch of professionals who should work towards solving real life problems efficiently. And that is what matters in the end.
We are a group of professional ranging from different fields including Computer Science, Engineering (Mechanical, Civil, and Electrical), Geographic Information Systems, Behavioral & Psychology and Business. We combine and apply knowledge to solve real world problems as we believe that problems are oblivious to boundaries among knowledge domains that we tend to draw around ourselves.
Innovative Research Systems (Pvt) Limited, was created to take up exotic problems & questions and provide efficient novel solutions by combining appropriate knowledge bases from our experts, resulting in the creation of commercial application that can prove their worth in the markets by either benefiting the consumers, or to be used as non profit tools to serve humanity.
ICT R&D Fund
We recently won a research grant of 17.5 million from ICT Fund to create a commercial medical application for Andrology Clinics. Work has started and the application prototype is already used in clinics in University of Cambridge, Oxford, Liverpool, Leeds and Nottingham (UK)
We are awarded 6.3 million rupees to study and analyse Microscopic Cells. This study started on February 2014. Duration of the study is 2 Years.