Master Class in Wireless Sensing Announced

The Cambridge Wireless Sensing SIG in conjunction with the Univ. Of Cambridge Eiffel Project will be uncovering the secrets to success in Wireless Sensing. This half day free event will be taking place at the Computer Labs, University of Cambridge on the 7th April 2011, and is supported by the Discovering Start-Ups Project, an initiative funded by EEDA to support and showcase start up companies.

This master class will debate openly about the challenges of growing a company and the business issues faced and how these were addressed and resolved, their problems, and how they overcame them.

The presenters at this event, Dr.TapaniRyhänan from Nokia Research, and Paul Green from Arkessa, will take an in depth look at real life opportunities in implementing sensing technology, and expose the barriers preventing the development from taking place.

The audience will have their opportunity to make suggestions, ask questions, and put forward solutions to these obstacles too. In an interactive panel session with the speakers after the presentations, all the information put forward will be captured by a mind mapping technique that has been developed by the University of Cambridge.

Guaranteed to stir ideas, this joint event between the Cambridge Wireless Sensing SIG and University of Cambridge Eiffel project is free to attend.

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