Making value apparent - we're connecting capabilities to enable Internet of Things adoption
Making apparent the value of Internet of Things (IoT) methods and technologies is critical to support the UK’s Industrial Strategy.
Pitch-In aims to collaboratively identify and address barriers to the successful development, introduction and further exploitation of Internet of Things technologies across four key sectors, Cities, Energy, Health and Wellbeing and Manufacturing, whilst also overcoming the social and organisational barriers related to Managing the Introduction of IoT.
SERAS 2020 Environmental Making Challenge
SERAS - a UK-wide network led by Sheffield Robotics to enhance Skills and Education for Robotics and Autonomous Systems - is working with Pitch-In to identify and address skills gaps around IoT. In particular, a recent workshop aimed to encourage women and a diverse age range to develop IoT skills.
Future-proofing the factory floor: securely and affordably connecting legacy machine tools to the Internet of Things
A collaboration between Pitch-In, start-up Ioetec and the University of Sheffield’s Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC), which is part of the High Value Manufacturing Catapult network, is helping manufacturers large and small reap the benefits that IoT can bring to their business operations.
How do to IoT for care
‘IoT for care’ is an emerging field that faces its own specific barriers as well as those common to all IoT domains. This project draws upon experiences of those at the forefront of the field to develop resources and plot a course towards widespread adoption of IoT for care.
Equipping local authorities to be trusted brokers of smart city data
Developing a toolkit, guidance and training materials to enable local authorities to take ownership of their data and transform city services.
A demonstrator and reference framework IoT-based Supply Chain Digital Twin
Academics from the University of Cambride and University of Oxford are examining how data captured via IoT can help companies create a Digital Twin that simulates the supply chain process and optimises co-ordination with suppliers.
Sheffield IoT Meetup #8: Smart Cities
The Pitch-In team, together with co-hosts Ioetec, are delighted to invite you to our eighth Sheffield IoT Meetup. This months topic is Smart Cities.
IoT North Meetup
Monthly meetup sponsored by Pitch-In, providing a combination of talks, chats, networking, and workshops focused across the northern region of the UK
Smart City Live
Smart City Expo World Congress provides three days of talks, solutions and business where all urban players connect to empower cities and push smart development forward.
Begbroke Science Park & Bioescalator
Oxford University has several spaces and programmes from which industry and start-ups can base themselves to access IoT expertise from across the University.
IfM Education Consultancy Services (ECS) Ltd
The IfM is a division of the University of Cambridge's Department of Engineering. IfM Education and Consultancy Services (IfM ECS) provides consultancy and executive and professional development.
The National Centre for Energy Systems Integration
The National Centre for Energy Systems Integration (CESI) at Newcastle University brings together energy experts from around the world to help unravel the energy network and understand future supply and demand.
Interim Review of the Connecting Capability Fund Programme
Research England has published an interim review carried out by IP Pragmatics of the progress of the Connecting Capability Fund (CCF) Programme, which funds Pitch-In alongside 17 other projects.
Made in 5G – A step change for manufacturers
4G fuelled mass adoption of mobile internet and digitised our social life; 5G is set to do the same for industrial business use cases. Now is the time for manufacturers to seize the opportunities and lead the way for industrial digitalisation.
Made Smarter Review
An industry-led review exploring how UK manufacturing can maximise benefits from increasing adoption of digital technology through a strong industry and government partnership.