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Wearable IoT devices measuring force in professional rugby

Sansible Wearables has created ‘LiveSkin’ intelligent sensors, which are fitted within rugby players’ shoulder pads to capture data from collisions on the playing field. Read more...


Portable capnometer for use in exercise science and recreational sports applications

Wideblue Ltd, Gas Sensing Solutions Ltd and the University of the West of Scotland collaborated on the feasibility of a portable respiratory device for sports and exercise. Read more...


Mobile platform delivering real–time tourism and hospitality updates

OBrand Communications has developed a community-based social platform, which delivers real-time updates about nearby venues and allows businesses to interact directly with customers through their mobile devices. Read more...


Capturing near real-time wind speed at inaccessible locations

Thewindop has designed the cAno device to capture wind speed and other environmental data at inaccessible points of interest, such as beaches and islands. The solar powered device can send data to the cloud from anywhere in the world with mobile phone coverage Read more...


Bringing farming to the table with IoT technology

The Urban Farming Company is bidding to educate children about biology, tackle childhood obesity and bring nature back to the home through the design of Table Farm, an Internet of Things (IoT), Tamagotchi-style toy for... Read more...


Adopting TV White Space technology to provide connectivity in a remote location

CENSIS, along with Boston Networks, Microsoft, Indigo Vision, Tweedlove and Scottish Enterprise carried out a pilot project to test an emerging networking approach known as TV White Space to deliver connectivity in the remote Glentress forest. Read more...


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