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Visit / Exhibitions / Intelligent Sensors for Assisted Living

Intelligent Sensors for Assisted Living 26 Feb 2015 – 05 Apr
Long Gallery

As the technologies market moves from smart products to intelligent services we are beginning to see significant developments in smart home and building automation markets. The exhibition focuses on how these networks impact on different parts of everyday life from monitoring energy usage to improved care for the elderly.

The sensor, the energyEGG, was pitched at the Dragons Den by Brian O’Reilly and is being developed in collaboration with Harris Bokhari.

 
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