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Is Process Optimisation Killing Your Business? – Part 3

In this, the final part of the blog series, I’ll complete my exploration of ways in which you prevent being dragged down by process by exploring the role of environment, business model and communications.

By: Nicholas Hill, CEO on 28th May 2020

Is Process Optimisation Killing Your Business? – Part 2

In this part of the blog, I’ll describe some of the less desirable side effects that this increase in the process can have, how it can have a negative impact on your business, and most importantly, what to do to prevent it.

By: Nicholas Hill, CEO on 27th May 2020

Is Process Optimisation Killing Your Business? – Part 1

Do you travel light, or do you go prepared for any eventuality? I’ve always loved travelling, particularly when I can get off the beaten track.

By: Nicholas Hill, CEO on 26th May 2020

What Does Perfect Remote Communication Look Like to You?

With the recent abrupt move to a near 100% virtual workplace, Product Designer, Polly Britton, looks at what the far future may look like for human interactions across physical distances

By: Polly Britton on 7th May 2020

Opinion Interview: Huawei and the UK 5G Infrastructure Debate

The Internet of Things is the bedrock of smart, connected and secure cities. A network of sensing and communication technologies enables the collection and analysis of data.

By: Shahzad Nadeem on 23rd April 2020

Coronavirus and the Flat Earth Society

You may be aware, and if you aren’t you soon will be, of an increasing belief that Covid-19 is caused by the roll-out of 5G networks. Read on for the truth!

By: Dr Nigel Whittle on 14th April 2020

There’s a Hole in My Bucket… Is There?

We all know that when we buy something, we want the best we can get for the price. The same is true for engineers specifying products. The problem is that there isn’t really a ‘best’.

By: David Eliston on 8th April 2020

The Future, Now!

During my first experience of the engineering workplace, as a sponsored thick-sandwich student with Marconi Radar Systems, it never would have occurred to me that selecting which …

By: Nicholas Hill, CEO on 12th March 2020

Forty Years a Programmer – a Retrospective Look at the Future

Slightly more than 40 years ago I sat down for the first time in front of a keyboard and monitor in a computer lab on the campus of Durham University.

By: Alan Levy on 20th February 2020

Are NB-IoT and LoRA really competing for the same market?

The growth of IoT devices and their applications demand capabilities never imagined before in communication technologies

By: Shahzad Nadeem on 6th February 2020

  • All
  • Careers & People
  • Engineering
Is Process Optimisation Killing Your Business? – Part 3

In this, the final part of the blog series, I’ll complete my exploration of ways in which you prevent being dragged down by process by exploring the role of environment, business model and communications.

By: Nicholas Hill, CEO on 28th May 2020

Is Process Optimisation Killing Your Business? – Part 2

In this part of the blog, I’ll describe some of the less desirable side effects that this increase in the process can have, how it can have a negative impact on your business, and most importantly, what to do to prevent it.

By: Nicholas Hill, CEO on 27th May 2020

Is Process Optimisation Killing Your Business? – Part 1

Do you travel light, or do you go prepared for any eventuality? I’ve always loved travelling, particularly when I can get off the beaten track.

By: Nicholas Hill, CEO on 26th May 2020

What Does Perfect Remote Communication Look Like to You?

With the recent abrupt move to a near 100% virtual workplace, Product Designer, Polly Britton, looks at what the far future may look like for human interactions across physical distances

By: Polly Britton on 7th May 2020

Opinion Interview: Huawei and the UK 5G Infrastructure Debate

The Internet of Things is the bedrock of smart, connected and secure cities. A network of sensing and communication technologies enables the collection and analysis of data.

By: Shahzad Nadeem on 23rd April 2020

Coronavirus and the Flat Earth Society

You may be aware, and if you aren’t you soon will be, of an increasing belief that Covid-19 is caused by the roll-out of 5G networks. Read on for the truth!

By: Dr Nigel Whittle on 14th April 2020

There’s a Hole in My Bucket… Is There?

We all know that when we buy something, we want the best we can get for the price. The same is true for engineers specifying products. The problem is that there isn’t really a ‘best’.

By: David Eliston on 8th April 2020

The Future, Now!

During my first experience of the engineering workplace, as a sponsored thick-sandwich student with Marconi Radar Systems, it never would have occurred to me that selecting which …

By: Nicholas Hill, CEO on 12th March 2020

Forty Years a Programmer – a Retrospective Look at the Future

Slightly more than 40 years ago I sat down for the first time in front of a keyboard and monitor in a computer lab on the campus of Durham University.

By: Alan Levy on 20th February 2020

Are NB-IoT and LoRA really competing for the same market?

The growth of IoT devices and their applications demand capabilities never imagined before in communication technologies

By: Shahzad Nadeem on 6th February 2020

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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