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What Is 5G and How Does It Work?

As a society that is becoming increasingly dependent on data driven applications, 5G promises to provide better connectivity and faster speeds for our network devices.

By: Daniel Tomlinson, Project Engineer on 18th July 2019

Does your workplace identity matter?

It’s hard to miss the corporate Pride activity in the last few weeks where companies have been showcasing their inclusion of people from the LGBTQ+ community.

By: Edwina Mullins, Head of Marketing on 9th July 2019

The Virtue of Failure

In order to innovate, we must accept the possibility of failure. Since the vast majority of inventions and ideas are doomed to fail, failure is inevitable, even for the most successful companies.

By: Polly Britton, Project Engineer, Product Design on 25th June 2019

The use of Technology in Farming

The use of technology in farming is not a new subject, and over the years many have predicted that this technology or that gadget would revolutionise the industry, but that’s yet to happen.

By: Edson DaSilva, Project Engineer on 11th June 2019

Aesthetic and Function (or, Why I Can’t Play a Green Guitar)

At the 1st Annual AIGA Louisville Design Week in Louisville, KY in 2015, New York designer Stefan Sagmeister gave a talk on Why Beauty Matters, drawing on real-life examples to illustrate how aesthetic affects function.

By: Nick Burman, Graphics Designer on 6th June 2019

How can an Italian Tomato Make you More Productive?

The line between “working” and “not working” is hard to define for many people with a typical office job.

By: Polly Britton, Project Engineer, Project Design on 23rd May 2019

How to Harvest Infinite Power!

Wouldn’t it be amazing if an electronic device could run forever, for free, on an unlimited supply of energy? No batteries to replace and no plug socket to be tethered to.

By: Henry Wadsworth, Project Engineer on 9th May 2019

Making a LiDAR – Part 5

Now we’ve got our LIDAR finished, and our first scan completed, we are left with an SD card with some data on it.
By: David, Data Exploitation on 11th April 2019

Making a LiDAR – Part 4

Since I first picked up a soldering iron I’d say there have been two significant changes in electronics; the parts have got smaller, and my eyesight has got worse.
By: David, Data Exploitation on 11th April 2019

Making a LiDAR – Part 3

Do you remember as a child counting how long it took for thunder to arrive after the lightning flash, and then working out how far away the storm was?
By: David, Data Exploitation on 10th April 2019

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  • Careers & People
  • Design
  • EcoTech
  • Engineering
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What Is 5G and How Does It Work?

As a society that is becoming increasingly dependent on data driven applications, 5G promises to provide better connectivity and faster speeds for our network devices.

By: Daniel Tomlinson, Project Engineer on 18th July 2019

Does your workplace identity matter?

It’s hard to miss the corporate Pride activity in the last few weeks where companies have been showcasing their inclusion of people from the LGBTQ+ community.

By: Edwina Mullins, Head of Marketing on 9th July 2019

The Virtue of Failure

In order to innovate, we must accept the possibility of failure. Since the vast majority of inventions and ideas are doomed to fail, failure is inevitable, even for the most successful companies.

By: Polly Britton, Project Engineer, Product Design on 25th June 2019

The use of Technology in Farming

The use of technology in farming is not a new subject, and over the years many have predicted that this technology or that gadget would revolutionise the industry, but that’s yet to happen.

By: Edson DaSilva, Project Engineer on 11th June 2019

Aesthetic and Function (or, Why I Can’t Play a Green Guitar)

At the 1st Annual AIGA Louisville Design Week in Louisville, KY in 2015, New York designer Stefan Sagmeister gave a talk on Why Beauty Matters, drawing on real-life examples to illustrate how aesthetic affects function.

By: Nick Burman, Graphics Designer on 6th June 2019

How can an Italian Tomato Make you More Productive?

The line between “working” and “not working” is hard to define for many people with a typical office job.

By: Polly Britton, Project Engineer, Project Design on 23rd May 2019

How to Harvest Infinite Power!

Wouldn’t it be amazing if an electronic device could run forever, for free, on an unlimited supply of energy? No batteries to replace and no plug socket to be tethered to.

By: Henry Wadsworth, Project Engineer on 9th May 2019

Making a LiDAR – Part 5

Now we’ve got our LIDAR finished, and our first scan completed, we are left with an SD card with some data on it.
By: David, Data Exploitation on 11th April 2019

Making a LiDAR – Part 4

Since I first picked up a soldering iron I’d say there have been two significant changes in electronics; the parts have got smaller, and my eyesight has got worse.
By: David, Data Exploitation on 11th April 2019

Making a LiDAR – Part 3

Do you remember as a child counting how long it took for thunder to arrive after the lightning flash, and then working out how far away the storm was?
By: David, Data Exploitation on 10th April 2019

Smoke Without Fire: How Safe are e-Cigarettes?

 

The increase in usage over recent years has been paralleled by a debate about whether vaping can be considered safe, or just safer than smoking cigarettes, and what role it should have in smoking cessation… Read More

Vlog: Micro Radar for Unmanned Aerial Systems

 

For a number of years now, we’ve been researching the uses of high-frequency mm-wave micro-radar for a…

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Vlog: Armour Integrity Monitoring System

 

Body armour worn by soldiers can become damaged through accidental collisions and…

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Safe Cities: Combining Tech with Community Initiatives

Safe Cities: Combining Tech with Community Initiatives

 

With the growth of cities around the globe and the corresponding rise in…

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