The Technology Strategy Board will soon be launching a £4.75m competition as part of the High Value Manufacturing - Electronics Programme. Its main scope will be accelerating innovation and growth in electronics manufacturing through technologies to enhance functionality, reduce size, reduce cost, adapt form and/or enable rapid scale-up. The ESP KTN will be producing a series of events and activities leading up to the competitions launch, so be sure to check the connect site for the latest information.
CeBIT is one of the world’s leading technology events with over 230,000 visitors from more than 120 countries. In 2014 the UK will be CeBIT’s official partner country. As country partner, the UK will have an unprecedented level of exposure and access to services and opportunities to maximise business potential. Recognising this opportunity the ICT KTN, UK Trade & Investment and techUK are partnering to deliver a comprehensive business and technology programme leading up to and during CeBIT 2014 in Hannover. The first of these activities will be an opportunity for the UK’s most innovative SME’s to win a free space on the UK pavilion.
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12 November 2013
The machine-to-machine applications market needs a way to communicate, and the communications sector is busy finding different ways to help it.
12 November 2013
Researchers at the University of Surrey have shown that the much-vaunted near-field communications systems being rolled out for contactless card transactions could possibly be 'hacked' at the point-of-sale using inexpensive, rudimentary technology.
15 October 2013
Big data sets are valued for the patterns and trends that they reveal when analysed by equally massive computing resources, but scientists are now questioning whether bigger is always better when it comes to deriving value from the analogue world.
Chinese hackers broke into computer systems of five European foreign ministries last September by sending an email containing infected files that loaded malicious codes on the victims’ computers.
The US National Security Agency (NSA) and British GSHQ have spied on the international online gaming community, documents leaked by whistle blower Edward Snowden have revealed.
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