A new interactive bar experience from Cambridge Consultants is announced today bridging the digital and physical worlds.
VeriTherm is a new and fast approach to verifying the thermal performance of buildings prior to occupation.
In partnership with One Young World, Cambridge Consultants is supporting young people applying technology to address the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals
BacillAi is a concept system using AI and low-cost hardware to improve treatment monitoring of TB in resource-limited countries, part of our mission to move AI beyond the hype, addressing practical, global challenges.
Cambridge Consultants joins a global network of design service companies that have been selected and endorsed by Arm, uniting two leaders of the Cambridge technology cluster.
Cambridge Consultants partners with Hitachi Central Research Laboratory to address the global challenge of plastic waste
Cambridge Consultants joins the Kyōsō-no-Mori Partnership Program and will work with Hitachi to investigate the applications and business models for applying synthetic biology to plastic recycling.
Congratulations to Loughborough University student Rumyana Dancheva winner of the Cambridge Consultants Prize for Excellence in Consumer Health at the New Designers event in London. Her winning design is a smart autoinjector for people with diabetes, named ‘Level’.
Cambridge Consultants and Iridium continue world-changing partnership as $3 billion space upgrade is completed
Cambridge Consultants has been Iridium’s partner developing core technology for ground-based devices and infrastructure, part of the largest technology upgrade ever to take place in space.
Introducing Fafaza - a practical example of ‘AI at the edge’. A self-contained agricultural precision spraying system that uses low-cost processors that can identify, classify and apply treatment in real time.
Cambridge Consultants event, in partnership with SGInnovate, places Singapore at the heart of medtech innovation in Asia Pacific
Hank is a pneumatic robotic gripper with a sophisticated sense of touch and slip. It can emulate the human ability to grip delicate objects using just the right amount of pressure.
Cambridge Consultants wins fifth iF Design Award for Amelie, a smart navigation tool for the visually impaired, guiding and supporting them when using public transport.