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'The Road to the Autonomous Vehicle' - A CW Automotive and Transport SIG Event

The self-driving/autonomous vehicle whether used for public transport, the private car or goods transportation, perhaps represents the pinnacle of near term transport technology. Proponents cite improved safety, stress free and faster journeys whilst opponents raise security concerns, the ‘fitness for purpose’ and the legal issues created. Achieving a fully autonomous vehicle will not be by some ‘big bang’ step change, but rather a series of smaller steps over a period of years – each step bringing tangible benefits and solving some of the plethora of challenges that autonomous vehicles present. Following on from the inaugural event in May, join us for this half day event kindly hosted by Silverstone Park in..

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For our second Wireless Heritage SIG we have teamed up with The National Museum of Computing (‘TNMOC’, http://www.tnmoc.org/). This joint evening event, open to members of both TNMOC and CW will take place at TNMOC in Bletchley Park, and will features speakers from both organisations. Speaking at this event will be: John Pether, TNMOC: “Intercepting Lorenz signals” The first indications that..

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‘Living in the Virtual World’ CW Future Technology SIG event

From an early age we are using technology within the home, school and workplace, creating virtual profiles of ourselves through our interaction with social media. We are influenced by the roll out of new technology, spending more time exploring and interacting within a virtual environment. The scenarios we create and how we interact shape who we are and how we are viewed by friends and outsiders. Technology is developing and moving with this trend, operators, platform and service providers are evolving their technologies to support this virtual environment. Taking place at Cambridge Judge Business School on 9th December, this captivating event will challenge what it means to be ‘virtual’ and highlight the ways interaction is changing and how it is being utilised by people throughout the world. What is this virtual way of thinking? How does it affect the actions we take and can we spot the comparisons with the real world? What are the limitations in creating a high-fidelity virtual experience? Exploring how people use technology in unusual ways, this insightful half-day event will have a look at ways different..

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CCS beats record number of entrants to be recognised in Communications category Cambridge, UK, 14th October 2014 - CCS (Cambridge Communication Systems Limited), creator of the world’s first self-organising small cell..

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16.10.14 Cambridge, UK: In just over a week 18 UK tech start-ups take the stage to pitch their ideas to the likes of Google, Qualcomm Ventures, Orange Labs, IBM and London Business Angels in the Discovering Start-ups 2014 (DS14) final. Jointly delivered by Cambridge Wireless (CW) and SETsquared, the DS14 national competition has attracted entrants from UK tech clusters and will culminate in a pitching final on the 22nd October at the Deloitte’s London offices. Aimed at tech evangelists, senior executives and venture capitalists, the DS14 final is a unique opportunity for start-ups to gain..

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Time For Cambridge Residents To Prepare For Winter Warmth As Clocks Go Back

With just a few weeks until the clocks go back, a warmth scheme available to vulnerable residents across England and Wales, including Cambridge, is encouraging people to ensure their boilers are ready for this year’s winter heating switch on. With temperatures dropping, many people will be reaching for the thermostat, which is why the npower Health Through Warmth scheme is..

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