On the 31st of August, 2020 Poznan University of Technology granted RIMEDO Ltd., a startup founded by the employees of the Institute of Radiocommunications, a license for using the Know-how regarding specific algorithms applied in radio communication networks (IPRs belonging to Poznan University of Technology).
The agreement was signed by prof. dr hab inż. Tomasz Łodygowski, the Rector of Poznan University of Technology and by dr. inż. Marcin Dryjański, CEO of RIMEDO Labs. In the solemn conclusion of the agreement, some shareholders of RIMEDO Labs: prof. dr hab. inż. Hanna Bogucka, dr inż. Paweł Kryszkiewicz and mgr Witold Klimas took part, as well as University representation: prof. dr hab. inż. Teofil Jesionowski, Rector of Poznan University of Technology in term 2020 - 2024, dr hab. inż. Joanna Józefowska, Vice-Rector for Research and mgr inż. Paulina Szewczyk, Director of the Technology Transfer Centre.
RIMEDO Labs is a start-up created by the employees of Poznan University of Technology with the goals of providing technical consulting and development services in the area of modern wireless communication solutions. Know-how, the subject of license agreement has been worked out by the team of researchers from the Institute of Radiocommunications as a result of long-term scientific research conducted at the University and funded by national and European funding agencies and business partners.
The granted license will allow the company for best-quality, innovative, research and development services in the free-market conditions, and for building up the specialized knowledge based on benefits coming from the science-business collaboration agreement.