This post looks back at our work to create a county-wide LoRaWAN network and our two biggest smart city / smart community projects of 2020 – Falls prevention system for older people, and MyWay student safety.Continue reading “Our two big projects of 2020”
Thingitude selected as Thames Valley tech and digital future maker in ConnectTVT’s 50 Game Changers 2020 cohort
02 March 2020: Thingitude has been selected in ConnectTVT’s 50 Game Changers 2020 cohort. It joins the Thames Valley’s breakthrough tech and digital startups and scaleups, making global impact in their industries through market-changing technologies, innovation and world-class talent.
Thingitude delivers community-focused “Internet of Things” projects, and over the last year it has been working to prevent falls among older people in West Berkshire and to help women students feel safer walking home at night in Reading.Continue reading “#50GameChangers”
Mike and I were absolutely delighted to pick up a 50 Game Changers award last week for our work with IoT in the Thames Valley region!
Here’s our grinning faces:
Continue reading “Game Changers!”
Two years ago we ran a very successful project over the summer holidays with 4 students from UTC Reading. This summer I’m pleased to say we have another opportunity, and are looking to find 2-3 students to work with us in Reading for 2 days/week over the summer holidays. We will pay you – it is proper work!