Digital transformation, digital security and green energy transition are vital for sustainability – this smart meters project is a plus for energy conservation.
How AI-powered connected products are enabling Purina to grow its business for good
Helping a start-up company from breakthrough idea to a world-first device that liberates nuclear magnetic resonance testing from expensive labs to point of care
How is carbon sequestration measured and why is soil health important to us all? This case study reveals breakthroughs in soil measurement and validation.
Our breakthrough communication system for Flylogix solves a fundamental challenge for global drone services. Point-to-point radio-based control systems have so far been unable to safely control uncrewed aerial vehicles (UAVs) beyond visual line of site (BVLOS) from a central control center. But this changes everything.
The Defence and Science Technology Laboratory (Dstl) set a seriously tough challenge… to develop next generation systems to respond autonomously to a cybersecurity attack on military systems. The multidisciplinary CC team responded by applying a truly leading-edge AI solution and demonstrating a proof of concept in a challenging application.
Our task was to rise to a challenge set by the Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA), part of the UK government Ministry of Defence. The organisation sought innovations that would deliver a step change in military logistics capability across maritime, land and air domains. The autonomous behavioural engine we demonstrated to them enables fast and safe unmanned logistics in congested, dynamic environments.
This is the story of digital services innovation that is disrupting traditional markets while helping companies make their product offerings more sustainable, cost efficient and safe. At the heart of the story is a low-cost asset-monitoring sensing tag that is small, light and powerful enough be stuck just about anywhere. This core technology concept, now called DriveTag, is helping our client Sycada with its mission to prove that sustainability can go hand in hand with healthy ROI.
The office in the sky has arrived. This is the story of an extraordinary business travel transformation – courtesy of office-grade, multi-Mbps inflight connectivity with minimal latency.
Before athletes even thought about how technology could improve their performance, Harvard students Will Ahmed and John Capodilupo struck on an idea to revolutionize physiological monitoring for both professional and college athletes. Today their creation – WHOOP – is a global training phenomenon relied on by NFL footballers, Olympic athletes, PGA Tour golfers and an exploding number of consumers and weekend warriors.