Dr Thomas Rowan first began investigating the concept of a smart Hydram
HydroHammer was incorporated to commercially develop smart Hydrams
The HARP remotely operated a Hydram for the first time in history.
HydroHammer was award a place on the Centre for Climate Change Innovation's Greenhouse accelerator
The HARP was granted an international patent
SEIS Funding Round
HydroHammer completed its first funding round of £120,000.
James Dyson Award
The HARP was awarded National Runner Up in the James Dyson Award
Fast Start Grant
Innovate UK awarded HydroHammer a £50,000 innovation grant to develop the next generation of Hydrams.