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Where to go for super innovative and interactive events in the tech sector? ...Cambridge Wireless!

“The global COVID-19 crisis has exposed digital connectivity as the new must-have for a 21st century business”

Digital transformation has been accelerated as a direct result of the current COVID-19 crisis as communities at large are working remotely, connecting with family and friends through teleconferencing applications and becoming increasingly tech savvy. ​Cambridge Wireless​ is a large network of companies, who are all actively involved in the development and application of wireless and associated technologies. The leading industry forum with a vibrant community stimulates debate and collaboration with the aim of building connections between academia and industry. They currently have over 400 members from major network operators and device manufacturers to innovative start-ups and universities and have curated over 50 events a year to offer ample opportunities to meet potential customers and collaborators.

“​Virtual pitching premiere: Watch the UK-German Innovation Challenge” ​is CWs next upcoming Webinar in collaboration with The Department for International Trade in the East of England and Germany. During the digital pitching session, people are able to learn from peers and listen to technology innovation companies offering a variety of interesting B2B solutions in AI and IoT. As the year progresses, they have several more digital events being offered:

October 7th 2020 : ​Virtual pitching premiere: Watch the UK-German Innovation Challenge

October 22nd 2020: ​Low-power IoT - just a care home for GPRS?

November 5th 2020: ​Is your radio smarter than you? Applying Ai to radio communications

November 9th 2020: ​Ai & Robotics in Neurocritical care & Neurosurgery

Now is the time for everyone across various industry sectors to consider the business possibilities arising from a number of key emerging technologies. Follow Cambridge Wireless ​to keep yourself updated with their latest events!

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