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Connected Devices SIG

The Cambridge Wireless Connected Devices Special Interest Group focuses on applications, systems and underlying technologies of wireless communication where the end device is a machine or other device that’s not a handset. The group's scope encompasses the concepts of Machine to Machine (M2M) communication and the Internet of Things from the perspectives of key applications, systems design and technology. This includes wide-area networking (WAN), standard cellular communications, satellite systems and broadband, and where required local-area networking (LAN), Bluetooth, Near-Field Communications (NFC), Ultra Wide-Band (UWB), Wi-Fi, Zigbee, and other less well-known standards. Proprietary radio systems are also considered along with the data centre and back-office systems required to deliver the actual end-to-end service that customers and service providers require.  The group seeks to:

  • Showcase and promote the use of wireless communications in a broad range of markets including consumer electronics, enterprises, healthcare, industry, smart energy and security
  • Address the modern trend toward ubiquitous connectivity, examining its benefits and costs
  • Share knowledge between developers and users of the technology both on the available standards and on relevant proprietary technologies
  • Share expertise on development issues such as product certifications, qualification and export licence controls
  • Explore new business opportunities for members in these technologies and their applications

The SIG aims to hold 2-3 meetings each year in Cambridge, as well as occasional events elsewhere in the UK and Europe.

The Connected Devices SIG Champions

Paul Green,
Iotic Labs

Nick Hunn,
WiFore Consulting

Antony Rix,

Tim Whittaker,
Cambridge Consultants

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Next Event

Connected Devices SIG - Cambridge

Championed by Paul Green of Iotic Labs, Nick Hunn of WiFore Consulting, Antony Rix of 8power and Tim Whittaker of Cambridge Consultants.
Details coming soon.