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  1. Sensor City shines a light on technical transformation for annual arts festival

    Sensor City will open its doors to the public on Friday 18th May, 5-11pm, as part of Liverpool’s much-loved arts and culture festival, LightNight. It will be hosting a programme of special events to showcase its state of the art facilities and give the local community an opportunity to see what goes on behind the […]

  2. Metis Automation shortlisted for ‘Made in The North West’ Awards

    Sensor City Hot Desker, Metis Automation, has been nominated for the Digital Engineering/Technology Award in the prestigious ‘Made in The North West’ Awards 2018. The awards are a celebration of all that is great about manufacturing and they applaud the use of technology, the ambition to export and the motivation to train and invest in […]

  3. Collectric UK moves into Sensor City

    We are delighted to welcome Collectric UK to Sensor City, following their move into one of our office suites last month. First established in 1980s by a group of students undertaking simple electrical repairs, Collectric has since developed into a thriving business which now manufactures small control panels for automation solutions, including water and energy […]

  4. PODCAST: Meet the Start-Up

    Business Cloud recently visited Sensor City to learn more about the in-house laboratories, technical facilities and speak with companies who are based here. The resulting 20 minute long podcast features our tenants Terry Nelson from Aqua Running and Naomi Mwasambili from Chanua Health, and gives an exclusive insight into their backgrounds, working practices and aspirations […]

  5. Engineering expertise at Sensor City

    Sensor City is an innovation hub and specialised technology development zone. In addition to its state of the art machinery and equipment, Sensor City’s integrated laboratories also boast a dedicated team of engineers and academics who are available to provide customers with technical knowledge and professional support. Dr John Kenny, Head of Engineering at Sensor […]

  6. Sensor City leads the 5G race with £3.5m grant

    As part of the government’s 5G strategy for the UK, global innovation hub, Sensor City, has been awarded a £3.5m grant to investigate the opportunities of 5G community Wi-Fi in health and social care. The government’s strategy aims to keep Britain at the forefront of connectivity by accelerating the deployment of next generation digital infrastructure […]

  7. Sensor City crowned ‘Best Newcomer’ at MMIA 2018

    Liverpool city region’s £4bn maritime sector celebrated in style last night at the Mersey Maritime Industry Awards (MMIAs) 2018. A sell-out audience of 450 people gathered for the awards ceremony, held at Liverpool FC’s Anfield stadium and hosted by BBC Breakfast presenter Louise Minchin, to see accolades handed out to the very best performers in […]

  8. Finalists for The English Women’s Awards – North are announced

    Alison Mitchell, executive director of Sensor City has been shortlisted in the Technology Entrepreneur Of The Year category. Alison will find out if she will be named winner at the awards ceremony. The elegant, black-tie awards ceremony will take place at the International Suite of Manchester’s Mercure Piccadilly Hotel on Monday the 19th of March […]

  9. Sensor City bolsters design productivity with £750K Altium partnership

    Sensor City has partnered with leading international software company, Altium, to give SMEs access to specialist design software that will rapidly prototype their innovations and reduce time to market. The sponsorship, which further cements Sensor City’s position as a global hub for sensor technology while improving design productivity and innovation capabilities of businesses in the […]

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