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20/06/17  'Unlocking 'remote monitoring' for effective diabetes care' - Healthcare SIG event - Cambridge
more.. For people with chronic diseases such as diabetes managing their condition is a lifelong collaboration with healthcare professionals and community based support. Integrated care pathways utilising on-body sensing, remote monitoring, data aggregation and analysis together with community support offers a future of less intrusive more reactive care. Dr Tony Coll of Wellcome Trust-MRC Institute of Metabolic Science, Dr Roman Hovorka of University of Cambridge Metabolic Research Lab, Melissa Holloway of INPUT Patient Advocacy and Speaking Diabetes Ltd, and Dr Sufyan Hussein of Royal Free Hospitals Trust, Dr Stuart Stafford, AstraZeneca and Henrik Norström, Brighter
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13/06/17  'Broadcasting New Media - is 5G a solution or a diversion?' Digital Delivery and Content SIG event - London
more.. The broadcast industry’s business models and the way we consume content are evolving rapidly. Key developments include the availability to consumers of high quality mobile devices and TV screens, the evolution of video standards (migration to HD and the emergence of UHD 4K), the proliferation of internet protocol (IP), over-the-top (OTT) TV services and more recently the debut of the ‘IP Studio’ in production. These factors all create significant additional traffic and service requirements that could have serious implications for the satisfactory working of all types of fixed and mobile networks. Speakers include Simon Frost, Will Saunders of BBC Studios, Ian Corden of Plum Consulting London LLP and Stephen Temple of University of Surrey 5G IC
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07/06/17  CW International Conference 2017 - Connecting Generations
more.. The theme of this years’ conference is ‘Connecting Generations’. Each generation, from post-millennials to baby boomers and beyond, is adopting and driving the development of wireless applications in their own way. Can new generations of technology that we foresee meet these dynamics or are different approaches needed now?
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18/05/17  Electronic Packaging for Medical Devices
more.. The packaging of medical devices is a critical process governing the cost, performance and reliability of wearable electronics, point of care diagnostics and implantable devices. IMAPS-UK would like to invite you to The Electronics Packaging for Medical Devices Workshop to be held at The Trinity Centre, Cambridge on 18 May 2017 to offer you the opportunity to learn, network and source from a broad spectrum of end-users, electronics design/packaging companies and researchers.
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11/05/17  Artificial Intelligence & Mobility– the business implications
more.. Artificial Intelligence (AI), or cognitive computing, is changing the world – so we are told. The level of media interest has never been higher. Widespread and radical transformation of society, jobs, and all aspects of business are almost de rigour in any forecast.
Many smaller 'AI' businesses have scaled rapidly or been swallowed up through acquisition, large corporates are investing heavily in AI research. Cambridge is a hot bed of innovation in AI.
But within society generally, and even within the engineering community, the understanding of AI technologies can be low – not helped by the 'buzz word bingo' now associated with the topic.
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09/05/17  'State of the Nation - Use cases for Public Safety' Mobile Broadband SIG event - Cambridge
more.. Commercial cellular networks have been driven by the needs of consumer and business users. The exceptional success of cellular has led to excellent economies of scale and constant rapid innovation. This environment has produced advanced standards such as LTE that provide multi-megabit per second data rates and multimedia capabilities, as well as traditional voice and messaging services. As mobile networks evolve to include promises such as network slicing, how will the networks adapt to dedicated services for critical applications such as connected car and public safety? Speakers include Peter Hudson of Sepura PLC, Nils Lofmark of Mason Advisory, Markus Hochenbleicher of PA Consulting and Dr Nigel Brown of Cabinet Office. With additional panellist Nick Koiza of Plextek and Richard Martin of Writecliffs
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29/04/17  Wireless Heritage SIG 'The Old Greys to Flash Mob Kensington'
more.. Under a remit of 'Network, Learn, Grow', The Cambridge Wireless History SIG is to 'Flash Mob' the Information Age Gallery at the Science Museum on April 29th, bringing together the people who built the technology of the past with younger generations to pass on the accumulated knowledge.
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27/04/17  'Why should you have UX in your organisation' User Experience SIG event - Cambridge
more.. In this event, we will examine the benefits of UX and what it takes to truly embrace its processes, methods, and values. We'll explore different ways you can implement UX in your company. What are the pros and cons of embedding a UX person in your team? Is it better to use external consultants? Or should you train an internal UX task force? Confirmed speakers are: Leo Poll, Akendi UK; Robert Curtis, Dovetailed and Stephen Chambers, Gearset.
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25/04/17  ‘Managing an International Cyber Incident: Legal Considerations During Aftermath of a Breach’ Legal SIG event - London
more.. This event will simulate a hypothetical cross-border cyber-security crisis, participants will witness the various and often conflicting stakeholder interests engaged in a crisis and will learn about the steps to take to minimise legal exposure in the first few hours and days after a crisis arises.
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11/04/17  ‘Answering the scale-up challenge for Cities’ – Smart & Intelligent Cities SIG event – London
more.. The launch of the Smart and Intelligent Cities SIG will provide an opportunity to bring together the CW and wider community of interest to discuss some of the most important topics being considered by today’s cities. Join us for this full day event hosted by Digital Greenwich.
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06/04/17  'How the crime business grew out of recession' Security SIG event - Cambridge
more.. National statistics show a fall in surveyed crime to a third of the peak value over 20 years. Under this recessionary pressure criminal businesses have reacted with a strategy of consolidation and innovation. Leveraging early stage investments from international governments, cyber-attack has returned the crime industry to growth. Regulators, police and commercial companies have yet to mount an effective defence to this disruptive approach. In a half-day conference we will show clear opportunities for new business and good governance that emerge from a strategic understanding of crime as a service.
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06/04/17  Professor Anthony Finkelstein to address CW Founders' Dinner at Jesus College, Cambridge
more.. We are delighted to announce Professor Anthony Finkelstein, as our distinguished after-dinner speaker for the spring Founders Dinner on 6th April 2017 who will be speaking on the topic 'Science and Technology for National Security’. Pre-dinner drinks will take place in the medieval Upper Hall followed by dinner in the magnificent 15th century College Hall of Jesus College, Cambridge. This event is by invite only exclusively to CW Founder members.
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30/03/17  CWIC Starter: Healthcare - Cambridge
more.. Healthcare is a growing market that is moving away from the traditional manufacturers and is seeing a wealth of innovation from young entrepreneurs and SMEs. However to these new entrants the market can be overwhelming with acronyms, market led phrases and a language barrier between the technical and clinical stakeholders.
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29/03/17  Tech Nation 2017: Cambridge
more.. Tech City UK launch their annual Tech Nation Report, providing you with an exclusive insight into what's driving the digital sector in the UK and a closer look at what's happening in growth hubs across the country.
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28/03/17  CWIC Starter: LPWAN & IoT - Cambridge
more.. Today, LPWAN is a plethora of acronyms and obscure technical debate. This LPWAN CWIC-Starter event strips that away, explaining the different options and concentrating on how they will affect your business, both in terms of efficiency and potential disruption. It also looks at the effect of the potential tsunami of data they can produce and demonstrates how that can be utilised to shape new business models. Speaker include: Antony Rix, 8power; Nick Hunn, WiFore Consulting; Paul Green, Iotic Labs; Colin Newman, Antenova and John Bechtel, Badger Pass
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23/03/17  CWIC Starter: Transport and Mobility - London
more.. Technology is enabling a transport revolution. The future is likely to involve shared use of self-driving, non-polluting vehicles that communicate with each other to improve safety and efficiency of their operation, and share data with the infrastructure to enable effective network and fleet management. Speakers include: Julian Turner, Westfield Sportcars; Graeme Smith, Oxbotica; Richard Robinson, Strategy Analytics; Roberto Ponticelli, Horiba MIRA; Toby Poston, BVRLA; James Taylor, DriveNow; Toby Thornton, WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff, Sam Chapman, The Floow and Dan Freeman, Direct Line Group
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20/03/17  CWIC Starter: Immersive - London
more.. This event constitutes not only an informative tutorial in the science of VR and immersive communications, but also a preparatory forum event for the key 'Immersive' conference theme within the annual CW International Conference (CWIC) in June 2017. March's CWIC Starter event in Immersive Technology forms a comprehensive Masterclass in immersive and mixed reality technologies and creativity. The event provides delegates with a complete insight and understanding of both the production issues and application opportunities for this amazing new technology platform. Speakers include: Ken Blakeslee, WebMobility Ventures; Paul Surin, Wienerberger; Layton Reid, Ravensbourne and Richard Mills, Imaginary Pictures/Sky VR Labs; Carl Smith, Ravensbourne; Erfan Saadati, Lewis Ball and Jack Howard, Surround Vision
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09/03/17  IoTUK LP-WAN Boost Meet up
more.. We are introducing the Cambridge IoTUK LP-WAN Boost competition, which is being delivered by a partnership between CW, the Smart Cambridge Programme, Everynet, and Cambridge-based Iotic Labs, with sponsors including Flex, Arkessa and Microchip.
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08/02/17  'Virtual Networks in 5G - Opportunities or Hype?' Virtual Networks SIG Event - Adastral Park
more.. The 5th generation of mobile networks is intended to operate across many vertical markets; it is expected to impact every aspect of our lives and span many different industry sectors, from healthcare, transport, energy, agriculture to smart cities and citizen engagement. Traditional network models work well with a fixed set of services; but they can struggle to handle diverse requirements across flexible vertical markets, hence the virtual networking paradigm. We are delighted to have Andy Corston-Petrie - BT, Jay Perrett - Executive Board Director, CTO, VP R&D Aria Networks , Julian Ramos, Intel speaking at this event.
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02/02/17  Academic & Industry SIG: REBOOT - Philips Research Laboratories, Cambridge
more.. The goal of CW Academic and Industry SIG is to organising events that stimulate interactions between industry and academia in the fast-evolving and multi-faceted world of wireless technology.
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01/02/17  ‘Technology Trade Fairs: planning, pitching and ROI’ - BEIS Conference Centre, London
more.. For the UK technology industry visiting or exhibiting at major international trade fairs is in their DNA. As CES in Las Vegas starts the new year with a such a bang, and many are now preparing for the world’s largest gathering of the mobile industry, Mobile World Congress in Barcelona at the end February.
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25/01/17  'What do users and applications really need for ubiquitous positioning?' - Location SIG Event - London
more.. With multiple GNSS now operational and UWB, BLE and low cost inertial sensors making ubiquitous high quality positioning a reality what is it that applications and users really need from positioning, navigation and localisation? Speaker include Adrian Ward of Decawave; Martin Kingston of EE.
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23/01/17  'Radio Systems for Mission-Critical IoT Communications' - Radio Technology SIG Event - London
more.. Most of the things in the future IoT are predicted to be connected by radio but a failed connection, in many cases, will have critical implications. Many of these problems can be mitigated by higher-layer protocols, but are limited by the performance of the radio link itself and fundamentals of radio propagation. This half day London event at the offices of Deloitte and sponsored by Rohde & Schwarz, will explore these limitations and how good system design can mitigate problems, but will also highlight the limits of what we can expect. Speakers include Reiner Stuhlfauth of Rohde & Schwarz, Robin Heydon of Qualcomm, Simon Dunkley of Silver Spring Networks, Steve Braithwaite of ASH Wireless Electronics Ltd. and John Haine of Bristol University
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15/12/16  'Boring but lucrative, the real Internet of Things' - Connected Devices SIG Event - Homerton College, Cambridge
more.. As the prospect of 20 billion connected devices in four years' time looks more and more like fiction, we ask "what happened to the IoT?" Confirmed speakers are Paul Green, Iotic Labs; Usman Haque, thingful; Nick Hunn, WiFore; Henk Koopmans & Luis Barreto, Neul; Kudzai Mungate, Skanska; Antony Rix, 8power and Tracey Hopkins, Everynet.
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15/12/16  Martin Curley to address CW Founders' Dinner at Homerton College, Cambridge
more.. We are delighted to announce Martin Curley, as our distinguished after-dinner speaker for the Winter Founders Dinner on 15th December 2016. Martin is Founder and Co-Director of the Innovation Institute at the National University of Ireland and will be speaking on the topic ‘Open Innovation 2.0 – A new mode of Innovation’. With pre-dinner drinks taking place in the beautiful Combination Room and dinner in the magnificent Gothic Great Hall at Homerton College, Cambridge, this event is by invite only exclusively to CW Founder members.
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15/12/16  CW General Meeting – Homerton College, Cambridge
more.. CW is having a General Meeting to put forward proposed changes to the Articles of Association to the Founder Members and will be conducting a vote to this effect. It will also provide an opportunity for the members present to hear from the Board and CEO on the progress of the company.

The CW Board is the forum that sets and reviews the strategy of CW – so it’s important that the Directors include a wide diversity of knowledge, experience and opinion. The current CW Board has therefore decided to ask the membership to increase the number of Directors by three (from 9 Directors to 12).
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07/12/16  ‘Small Cells enable new commercial business models’ - Small Cell SIG Event – London
more.. Several solutions are being promoted whereby LTE augments cellular service and extends or competes with traditional cellular network operators. These could radically disrupt the traditional cellular infrastructure industry by transferring investment and delegating some operational control to third parties. While some of the cellular industry focusses on technical advances of 5G, this expanded application of LTE is likely to impact more quickly and universally. With multiple technical options, it’s helpful to understand the trade-offs and timescales between them. Join us for this popular SIG Event curated by the Small Cell SIG Group and kindly hosted by EIP. Confirmed to speak are James Seymour and Adam Wylie from EIP, Nick Johnson, CTO at ipAccess, Dirk Lindemeier from the Multefire Alliance, Simon Saunders, Access Technology Principal, Google and Federico Boccardi, Principal, Spectrum Technology at Ofcom
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01/12/16  Genesis Conference 2016: Leadership Sessions – Digital Health
more.. Championed by CW (Cambridge Wireless) Wireless Healthcare SIG: Rob Blake of Philips Research Laboratories, Peter Ferguson of ARM, Collette Johnson of Plextek Consulting, Primrose Mbanefo of Accenture and Paul Winter of TTP Group.
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30/11/16  ‘IoT Security: Will the Internet of Things be secure enough to run your life?’ Software/Open Source SIG Event - Cambridge
more.. Successful security will make or break the Internet of Things. Even at this early stage serious lapses in security lead many to question if the IoT can be trusted, or if it ever will be. This SIG meeting will discuss security best practice, give examples of the good and the bad, and address the key questions in IoT security, so join us for this dynamic event at ARM exploring this topical area speakers include Mauro Scangnol from Qualcomm ; Robert Dobson from Device Authority;Jon Howes, Hiving Technology and Haydn Povey, Secure Thingz.
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17/11/16  '5G – from Standards to Use Cases' - Mobile Broadband SIG Event – Melbourn nr Cambridge
more.. With several industry announcements per week and committed early deployments in some countries, 5G is rapidly becoming a substantive chapter in the mobile technology evolution story. Collaborative and in-house research programmes have provided a rich set of technology concepts seeking to better serve a wide range of potential use cases. This event hosted by PA Consulting, will examine the state of development of these concepts in relevant Standards bodies, examine some relevant practical activities, and consider some leading use cases for this new generation of communications technology. Confirmed speakers include Diego Giancola from PA Consulting, Mark Bailey from Rohde & Schwarz, Bruce Hellman from uMotif, Peter Marshall from Ericsson and Serdar Vural from 5G Innovation Centre, University of Surrey. With additional panellist John Grant of ETSI
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08/11/16  Debate 2 of the CW 5G Debate Series in association with the National Infrastructure Commission – London
more.. Many of the debates around 5G focus on the technology solutions, but issues of policy and strategy must be considered as well. As part of their evidence gathering exercise in advance of the finalisation of their current work on 5G at the end of this calendar year, the NIC is supporting CW in delivering this series of two debates, chaired by Professor William Webb, deputy chair of CW. Also sponsored by Ofcom, Cambridge Consultants and Huawei, the debates will to look beyond R&D and focus on how new sustainable business models may provide a return on investment and how the regulatory landscape might keep up with technological change.
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07/11/16  'App-ocalypse! - Life after the Smartphone App' Future Devices SIG Event - London
more.. Today the Smartphone is the centre of our digital universe, and the means by which we interact with a growing number of connected devices, everyday objects and digitised services. Think: Nest, Uber and Amazon. But will this single-device centric model be sustainable as the number of connected devices and digital services we engage with is set to grow dramatically. This event hosted by Marks and Clerk and sponsored by Beko. Speakers include Bastien Beauvois, Ultrahaptics, Serdal Korkut Avci and Özgür Mutlu Öz, Arcelik and Rodolfo Rosini, Weave.ai
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27/10/16  Legal SIG 'Battle of the Terms: Negotiating a Series A Term Sheet' - London
more.. Are you a start-up or entrepreneur seeking investment? Need free legal advice on raising venture capital? CW Founder members’ Bird & Bird will provide an overview of the operative provisions of a typical series A term sheet as well as opportunities for active participation in the negotiation process. Aimed at start-up companies who are seeking Series A funding or investment, don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to unlock all you need to know about this stage of investment.
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24/10/16  Debate 1 of the CW 5G Debate Series in association with the National Infrastructure Commission – London
more.. Many of the debates around 5G focus on the technology solutions, but issues of policy and strategy must be considered as well. As part of their evidence gathering exercise in advance of the finalisation of their current work on 5G at the end of this calendar year, the NIC is supporting CW in delivering this series of two debates, chaired by Professor William Webb, deputy chair of CW. Also sponsored by Ofcom, Cambridge Consultants and Huawei, the debates will look beyond R&D and focus on how new sustainable business models may provide a return on investment and how the regulatory landscape might keep up with technological change.
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21/10/16  'Military Radio Communication, Radar & Navigation Equipment - Restored and Working' - Wireless Heritage SIG event - Duxford 21.10.16
more.. The next Wireless Heritage meeting is taking place at the Duxford Radio Society and will incorporate a fascinating insight into military communication, radar and navigation used during warfare, with live demonstrations of equipment restored by members of the Society.
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19/10/16  7th Discovering Start Ups Competition - London
more.. Start-ups enter your innovative product or service for a chance to pitch to an elite panel of business leaders, investors and angels. Tickets now on sale for this exclusive event, sponsored and hosted by Deloitte at its London headquarters.
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13/10/16  User Experience SIG 'Virtually There: At the Cusp of a Mixed Reality Revolution' - Cambridge
more.. After the false starts of the 90's, Virtual Reality is primed for a comeback. Billions in investments, dozens of start-ups, and a massive creative influx from both established and independent developers are collectively defining a potential revolution in digital user experiences. With the promise of immersive, high-fidelity virtual experiences comes, however, a new set of interaction challenges. This half day event hosted by Philips is set to unpack how user experience design strategy can harness virtual reality platforms to drive forward the next generation of user engagement. Speakers are Lindsay Manning, Director, The Fusion Works; Sam Martin, Senior Principle Graphics Architect, ARM; Robin Oldroyd, Visualization Designer, Autodesk; Isobel Demangeat and Uros Strel Lencic.
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04/10/16  Wireless Healthcare SIG 'What future evolution of remote monitoring in the community will speed up its impact on hospital admission and bed occupancy?' - Cambridge
more.. This first in a series of events in association with Cambridge University Health Partners (CUHP) will take place at the UTC Cambridge. Remote patient monitoring does have some impact on hospital admissions but the demand greatly outstrips the current technological capacity. Bringing together the different disciplines represented by Primary, Secondary, Social, Community and Technology care, this series of co-organised conferences will investigate, debate and ultimately recommend a future form of remote monitoring in the community which further reduces hospital admission and enhances bed management. Speakers are Dr James Morrow, BM, BCh, LLB, GP & Managing Partner, Granta Medical Practices , Evelyn Barker, COO of Cambridge University Hospitals and Lucy Forrest, Assistive Technology Manager, Cambridgeshire County Council and Sajan Khosla, Head of Health Informatics at Astra Zeneca.
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28/09/16  'Don't panic about IoT Security, new technology will sort it out' - Security & Defence SIG event - London
more.. The Internet of Things (IoT) brings together large amounts of data about people. The IoT could become a hackers playground with big, valuable data sets available in one place. This context shapes the debate and discussion at our insightful half day event hosted by Olswang at its London offices. Speakers include Professor Anthony Finkelstein of National Security, Adrian Winkles of Anglia Ruskin University, Laurence Kalman of Olswang, Max Heinemeyer of Darktrace and Derek McAuley of University of Nottingham.
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22/09/16  Innovation? Business models rule - Business SIG event – London, Free to attend
more.. Cab drivers were up in arms when Uber arrived on our shores, AirBnB received a similar hostile reception from the established hospitality trade. This is remarkable in the sense that these new businesses were absolutely disruptive but the technology they use is not. Does technology still play a key role in creating innovative business or is it more important to look at the innovation in business models first and then, well, simply go 'shopping' for the technology to enable it? This event is hosted by Digital Catapult as part of their ColLab Festival and business speakers will include Zeev Fisher of Pekama, David Bushby of Lexoo, Amanda Nunn of Money Mover, Leo Poll of Akendi and Professor Alan Brown of Surrey Business School.
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21/09/16  IoT SmartSummit London
more.. The Impact of IoT on Homes, Cities and Industries; bringing together decision makers from leading global organisations. CW are delighted to partner with Nexus on this event and offer CW Members 20% Discount on tickets.
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14/09/16  CW TEC Conference 'The Quantum Revolution is coming! Quantum Communications & Computing: How will quantum technologies disrupt wireless?' - Cambridge
more.. CW TEC is aimed at leaders in industry, and young engineers and physicists, to give them an overview of the new world of Quantum looking at problems that need to be solved and the opportunities that will open up. Speakers will include the leaders in Quantum research and development from universities, government and industry. In partnership with Innovate UK and EPSRC and sponsored by Keysight Technologies.
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14/09/16  Dr Timothy Whitley, BT to address CW Founders' Dinner at Clare College, Cambridge
more.. We are delighted to announce Dr Timothy Whitley, Managing Director, Research & Innovation for BT as our distinguished after-dinner speaker for the autumn Founders Dinner on 14th September 2016. Speaking on the topic ‘Purposeful Innovation’ and taking place in the magnificent 17th Century Great Hall at Clare College, Cambridge, this event is by invite only exclusively to CW Founder members.
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13/07/16  'Big Radio' – Radio Technology SIG event - Salford - FREE TO ATTEND
more.. One could be forgiven for assuming that radio communications research today focuses on 5G, ultra-fast Wi-Fi, and other techniques where bandwidths increase, frequencies rise, and cells get ever smaller. Yet there have been fascinating developments also in applications ranging from broadcasting through global HF and satellite communications to radio astronomy. In the next step in CW expanding its geographic reach, a CW Radio Technology SIG event on 13th July 2016 will be held at the BBC at MediaCity in Salford and sponsored by Rohde & Schwarz and will present "Big Radio"! Speakers include Anthony Brown of University of Manchester, Peter Bagot of University of Bristol, Paul Harris of University of Bristol, Paul Winter of TTP, Gerard Borg of Australian National University
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05/07/16  ‘Connected vehicles - the ultimate IoT sensor?' - Automotive and Transport SIG event - London
more.. As connected vehicles start to enter the mainstream markets it’s time to consider the bigger picture here – namely the big data picture. Connected vehicles not only generate huge amounts of their own data – such as engine performance, wear indicators and travel history but they can also be considered as mobile Internet of Things sensors collectively travelling the length and breadth of nations gathering gigabytes of data. Join us in this thought provoking SIG event, hosted by Digital Greenwich, as city, road and network operators, vehicle manufacturers and internet giants position themselves to exert some control on this battleground. Speakers are Alec McCullie of KPMG, Prof Nick Reed of TRL, Andy Graham of White Willow Consulting and Iain Davidson of Arkessa.
 
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