The free event offers direct consultations with leading engineers from Fen Technology, Microsoft IoT-Solutions, Bosch, Carnell Group, Avnet, Express Group and Ultra Electronics, and is designed for Cambridge businesses looking to develop a new IoT (‘Internet of Things’) product or next-generation wireless technology, applied to any industry sector.
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At the event, Fen Technology’s clients will be discussing their displayed IoT and wireless technology products – with some live demonstrations – providing practical insights into the product development process by openly discussing the development work carried out by Fen Technology’s experienced engineers.
The event will focus on End-to-End IoT, Wireless Communications, Instrumentation, Wearables, Automotive, Industrial and high-power electronics.
This is the first time Fen Technology is bringing together its clients, suppliers and providing access to its senior engineers to help demystify the design development process for Cambridge businesses that are looking to create or iterate their own IoT device solutions.
Exhibition of IoT and wireless devices with some live demonstrations
1-2-1 Consultation with world-leading product development engineers from Fen Technology, Microsoft IoT-Solutions, Bosch, Carnell, Ultra Electronics, Avnet, Express Group.
Examples of IoT-based devices to be exhibited at the event include:
- Bosch’s internet-connected Indego Robotic lawnmower system designed for the Smart Home market.
- Carnell Groups’ range of “Overheadsafe” hazard alert system, which provides a visual warning to road workers to keep them safe when in close proximity to overhead dangers such as power lines. This includes connected ‘base stations’ within traffic cones and connected high-viz jackets.
- Carnell Group will also exhibit its storm drain flood detection system, iDrain, designed to remotely monitor and protect UK road infrastructure. It relays real-time data to provide early warning of flood events on strategic road networks, enabling proactive maintenance.
- (Philips Healthcare company) RDT’s Tempus PRO vital signs medical monitor, which provides critical care monitoring in a light-weight mobile device. In a medical emergency, this provides first-responder level assessment of the patient’s vital signs and can securely relay this information in real-time to medical professionals anywhere in the world.
- Ultra Electronics will be showcasing examples of their electronics miniaturisation capabilities, which can enable significant reduction in the size of electronics-based products, in particular where product size is largely determined by the electronics content within.