The latest thought leadership from our expert teams

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Experiential Sensing: capturing rich data for consumer trials

15th November 2018

Experiential Sensing is a new concept from Cambridge Consultants to help brands uncover insights and trends never before possible using traditional consumer research methods.

  • Connectivity & IoT
  • Digital services
  • Innovation management
  • Service design
Whitepaper

The new FDA: navigating the moving line between consumer & medical

17th October 2018

Technology is advancing at a remarkable pace. Can regulatory agencies keep up? They are working hard at that and in that process come many changes. The line between what is a consumer device and what is a...

  • Digital health
  • Embedded software
  • Product realisation
  • Strategic advice
Webinar

The future of surgical robotics: will you be part of it?

20th September 2018

Surgical robotics will have a prosperous short-term future, with most key players expected to introduce laparoscopic surgical robotic systems by 2020. By 2030, the convergence of several technology opportunities, including...

  • Robotics
Whitepaper

Real-time nitrate sensing: enabling precision fertilizer application

15th August 2018

Real-time nitrate sensing holds the potential for significant yield increases, cost savings, and environmental impact reduction. 

  • Optics
  • Physical sciences
  • Sensing
Vlog

An analytical model for skin/light interaction

4th December 2018

From cosmetics to melanin detection, an analytical model of how light interacts with skin opens a pathway to simplifying the design of low cost sensors.

  • Digital health
  • Optics
  • Physical sciences
  • Sensing
Opinion

Revolutionising clinical trials: creating a reliable and non-invasive stress monitoring system

28th November 2018

The rising cost of clinical trials (CTs), coupled with the commercial risks of failure, mean it’s increasingly important to harness the power of real-world data to inform effective trial designs, better understand outcomes and maximise the likelihood of clinical success...

  • Data science & analytics
  • Digital health
  • Machine learning & AI
  • Sensing
  • Signal processing
  • User Experience (UX)
Opinion

WIRED Live: hands on with the future of consumer devices

26th November 2018

WIRED Live was an opportunity to get my hands on the latest cutting-edge tech from around the globe. Here are four I’ve picked out...

  • Augmented reality & virtual reality
  • Connectivity & IoT
  • Industrial design
  • Sensing
  • User Experience (UX)
Opinion

2018 Giant Health Event - The Future is FemTech

22nd November 2018

Menopause is in the spotlight helped by coverage from the BBC and other websites. Nicola Millar presented how technology can provide drug-free alternatives to help women going through menopause.

  • Dispense
  • Fluids & thermodynamics
  • Mechanical engineering
  • Sensing
Webinar

How AI will transform telecoms

21st November 2018

AI and machine learning will impact every aspect of telecommunications - neither hype or concerns should be ignored. The fact the sector is highly digitalised and driven by strong competition...

  • Connectivity & IoT
  • Embedded software
  • Innovation management
  • Machine learning & AI
  • Radio systems
  • Signal processing
Opinion

Next generation Elpenhaler® development

20th November 2018

Elpenhaler® is ELPEN’s propriety classic DPI device, developed to administer various medications for the treatment of asthma and COPD (Figure 1). Each dose of medication is packed into the blister of an alu-alu strip..

  • Human factors
  • Industrial design
  • Product realisation
  • User Experience (UX)
Opinion

Surprising in San Francisco – Techxposé roundup

16th November 2018

Techxposé last week was surprisingly successful as a conference. Why a surprise? Well not because of the venue – our marvellous events team works like a well-oiled machine, and our design space in San Francisco is...

  • Strategic advice
Opinion

Climate, energy and electricity – by numbers

14th November 2018

Everyone wants to reduce the CO2 concentration in our atmosphere. In 2018 it is 410 ppm, leading to temperature rises worldwide. So what can we do to counter this effect?

  • Strategic advice