North Wales tech firm wins smart lighting contract

North Wales-based tech company Pinacl has been selected by Aberdeen City Council to provide its intelligent street lighting solutions. Headquartered in St Asaph, the firm has won a contract to deliver 3500 lighting controllers as well as a corresponding LoRaWAN network and lighting Configuration Management System (CMS). The move comes as Aberdeen is looking to make...

Tech firm announces partnership with Welsh Data Science Graduate Programme

Recruitment technology firm Talent Ticker has teamed up with the Welsh Contact Centre Forum to educate the next generation of data scientists. Working alongside 14 other companies, Talent Ticker will provide three students with placements as part of the Data Science Graduate Programme. The structured work placements will take place at the firm’s offices in...

Speech therapy app launched in Caerphilly

A Caerphilly-based technology company has developed a new app to help people suffering from communication difficulties. Cog-Neuro Speech Therapy Limited received a £25,000 loan from the Development Bank of Wales and a £60,000 grant from Innovate UK to create the app. The software helps people with communication difficulties to regain their ability to communicate, maintain relationships...

Cardiff to play key role in £14 million IoT security centre

Cardiff University is set to play a key role in a £14 million national centre of excellence for security around the Internet of Things. The University’s Centre Cyber Security Research will lead the research of critical safety technologies at the National Centre of Excellence for IoT Systems Cybersecurity, which is part of a wider UK...

Healthtech firm raises £350,000 investment

Healthtech firm Concentric, which empowers patients to make the right decisions for themselves, has received  £350,000 of investment from Innovate UK. Co-founded by Carmarthen-born surgeon Dafydd Loughran and operating out of Tramshed Tech in Cardiff, the firm has developed a platform that supports patients faced with the possibility of surgery to make shared decisions with their...

Welsh AI firm explores opportunities in Asia

Cardiff-based artificial intelligence firm Amplyfi recently travelled to Taipei to establish new trading links and meet industry experts. With support from the Department for International Trade, Amplyfi attended the Smart City Summit & Expo. The event showcases cutting-edge technologies and services from the UK that will help create sustainable cities for all. Taiwan is currently...

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