Upcoming Events

25.09.18 - 26.09.18

Sensors & Instrumentation

27.09.18

17:00 - 19:00

Accessing Chinese Unsecured Funding & Talents

28.09.18

11:00 - 12:00

Sensor City Coffee Morning

01.10.18

10:00 - 16:00

Meet the Engineering Experts – Daily surgery sessions

01.10.18

09:00 - 10:00

Med Tech Consultation session

03.10.18

13:00 - 17:00

Student Jelly @ Sensor City

03.10.18

18:00 - 20:00

Liverpool Software Developers Meetup

08.10.18

16:00 - 18:00

The Alternative Board – Taster Event

09.10.18

17:00 - 18:00

IP Surgery Session with Bartle Read

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More info
20 Dec Atrium, Sensor City 09:00 - 12:00

Grant Thornton are delighted to partner with Sensor City to offer no-fee meetings to explore the opportunity for businesses to claim R&D tax credits, or answer queries regarding the operation of the relief for businesses that are already claiming.

Matt Foddy, a Senior Innovation Tax Manager with Grant Thornton’s Innovation Group, will be conducting a monthly drop-in surgery, and sessions can be pre-booked by contacting Erin Taylor on the details below.

Alternatively, if you’re in Sensor City on the day, Matt will be hot-desking on the ground floor and will be happy to field questions or queries on an impromptu basis.

Interested companies should contact Erin Taylor on:
Phone: 0161 214 6351
Email: erin.taylor@uk.gt.com

Background

Grant Thornton UK LLP is part of one of the world’s leading organisations of independent advisory, tax and audit firms. We help dynamic organisations unlock their potential for growth by providing meaningful, forward looking advice. In the UK, we are led by more than 185 partners and employ 4,500 of the profession’s brightest minds. We provide assurance, tax and specialist advisory services to over 20,000 privately held businesses, public interest entities and individuals nationwide. Find out more here.

G by Grant Thornton is our tailored offering aimed at start-ups and SMEs, covering basic accountancy, tax and business advisory needs within a competitive pricing structure. G works with dynamic leaders of small businesses to support them in achieving their business growth ambitions, driving results and creating space for them to share, connect and grow. Find out more here.

In addition to talking about R&D tax credits and other incentives for innovation offered through the UK tax system, Matt will be happy to plug you in to the right people at GT who can assist with wider business advisory needs.

All initial meetings or calls are conducted on a no-fee basis.

15 Nov Atrium, Sensor City 09:00 - 12:00

Grant Thornton are delighted to partner with Sensor City to offer no-fee meetings to explore the opportunity for businesses to claim R&D tax credits, or answer queries regarding the operation of the relief for businesses that are already claiming.

Matt Foddy, a Senior Innovation Tax Manager with Grant Thornton’s Innovation Group, will be conducting a monthly drop-in surgery, and sessions can be pre-booked by contacting Erin Taylor on the details below.

Alternatively, if you’re in Sensor City on the day, Matt will be hot-desking on the ground floor and will be happy to field questions or queries on an impromptu basis.

Interested companies should contact Erin Taylor on:
Phone: 0161 214 6351
Email: erin.taylor@uk.gt.com

Background

Grant Thornton UK LLP is part of one of the world’s leading organisations of independent advisory, tax and audit firms. We help dynamic organisations unlock their potential for growth by providing meaningful, forward looking advice. In the UK, we are led by more than 185 partners and employ 4,500 of the profession’s brightest minds. We provide assurance, tax and specialist advisory services to over 20,000 privately held businesses, public interest entities and individuals nationwide. Find out more here.

G by Grant Thornton is our tailored offering aimed at start-ups and SMEs, covering basic accountancy, tax and business advisory needs within a competitive pricing structure. G works with dynamic leaders of small businesses to support them in achieving their business growth ambitions, driving results and creating space for them to share, connect and grow. Find out more here.

In addition to talking about R&D tax credits and other incentives for innovation offered through the UK tax system, Matt will be happy to plug you in to the right people at GT who can assist with wider business advisory needs.

All initial meetings or calls are conducted on a no-fee basis.

18 Oct Atrium, Sensor City 09:00 - 12:00

Grant Thornton are delighted to partner with Sensor City to offer no-fee meetings to explore the opportunity for businesses to claim R&D tax credits, or answer queries regarding the operation of the relief for businesses that are already claiming.

Matt Foddy, a Senior Innovation Tax Manager with Grant Thornton’s Innovation Group, will be conducting a monthly drop-in surgery, and sessions can be pre-booked by contacting Erin Taylor on the details below.

Alternatively, if you’re in Sensor City on the day, Matt will be hot-desking on the ground floor and will be happy to field questions or queries on an impromptu basis.

Interested companies should contact Erin Taylor on:
Phone: 0161 214 6351
Email: erin.taylor@uk.gt.com

Background

Grant Thornton UK LLP is part of one of the world’s leading organisations of independent advisory, tax and audit firms. We help dynamic organisations unlock their potential for growth by providing meaningful, forward looking advice. In the UK, we are led by more than 185 partners and employ 4,500 of the profession’s brightest minds. We provide assurance, tax and specialist advisory services to over 20,000 privately held businesses, public interest entities and individuals nationwide. Find out more here.

G by Grant Thornton is our tailored offering aimed at start-ups and SMEs, covering basic accountancy, tax and business advisory needs within a competitive pricing structure. G works with dynamic leaders of small businesses to support them in achieving their business growth ambitions, driving results and creating space for them to share, connect and grow. Find out more here.

In addition to talking about R&D tax credits and other incentives for innovation offered through the UK tax system, Matt will be happy to plug you in to the right people at GT who can assist with wider business advisory needs.

All initial meetings or calls are conducted on a no-fee basis.

23 Oct Sensor City 8:30 - 10:30

Event details

Autodesk experts will be providing attendees with an introduction to cloud based design and manufacturing, covering requirements, challenges, how Autodesk fits in, example use cases and future tools.

This will be followed by a hands on workshop.

Attendees will also gain an insight into Sensor City’s ‘Future Readiness Assessment’ results.

Agenda

  • 8:30am – 9am > Registration & Refreshments
  • 9am – 10am > The Future of Making Things presentation and workshop
  • 10am – 10:30am > Q&A / Networking

Registration

This event is open to anyone, whether you’re an SME, academic, engineer, student, entrepreneur or part of the wider tech community.

Book your place today!

8 Oct Sensor City, 3rd Floor Conference Suite 16:00 - 18:00

The Alternative Board supports business owners to take their business to the next level through; supportive advisory boards made up of other local business owners, expert 1-2-1 coaching, and their suite of business tools.

But how do they differ from a traditional business coach or consultant?

Attend our Taster Business Leader’s Board Meeting to experience how the simple idea of sharing business experiences (the ups and the downs) can help you to take your business to where you want it to be – not forgetting why you started running the business in the first place.

You’ll leave this board meeting with ideas, strategies or tactics that can have an immediate impact on your business success.

You must be a business owner, partner or key decision maker to attend this meeting. There is no cost to attend, but registration is required.

3 Dec Atrium, Sensor City 09:00 - 10:00

Alastair Clarke, Director of Weaver Technical Solutions Ltd, will be offering free consultancy sessions at Sensor City, from 9-10am on the first Monday of each month.

He is looking to support companies with any strategy, innovation and problem solving issues they may be having. 

Weaver Technical Solutions Ltd work across all industries, but specialise in Med Tech and Combination Products.

They work with a range of companies, from start-ups to blue chip, providing strategic insight to helping solve specific engineering design problems.

If you are interested in meeting with Alastair to take advantage of this support, please email him directly on: alastair_clarke@lineone.net 

5 Nov Atrium, Sensor City 09:00 - 10:00

Alastair Clarke, Director of Weaver Technical Solutions Ltd, will be offering free consultancy sessions at Sensor City, from 9-10am on the first Monday of each month.

He is looking to support companies with any strategy, innovation and problem solving issues they may be having. 

Weaver Technical Solutions Ltd work across all industries, but specialise in Med Tech and Combination Products.

They work with a range of companies, from start-ups to blue chip, providing strategic insight to helping solve specific engineering design problems.

If you are interested in meeting with Alastair to take advantage of this support, please email him directly on: alastair_clarke@lineone.net 

1 Oct Atrium, Sensor City 09:00 - 10:00

Alastair Clarke, Director of Weaver Technical Solutions Ltd, will be offering free consultancy sessions at Sensor City, from 9-10am on the first Monday of each month.

He is looking to support companies with any strategy, innovation and problem solving issues they may be having. 

Weaver Technical Solutions Ltd work across all industries, but specialise in Med Tech and Combination Products.

They work with a range of companies, from start-ups to blue chip, providing strategic insight to helping solve specific engineering design problems.

If you are interested in meeting with Alastair to take advantage of this support, please email him directly on: alastair_clarke@lineone.net 

25 Sep -
26 Sep
NEC Birmingham

Sensors & Instrumentation is the UK’s only national instrumentation exhibition, providing a platform for showcasing the latest technology in the test, measurement and control field.

The free-to-attend event attracts influencers and key decision makers from across the industry who are looking to source new and innovative products and solutions. Exhibitors and visitors alike also benefit from a unique opportunity to form vital new business connections.

At 11:30am on Day 1, Alison Mitchell, executive director at Sensor City, will talk about The Development of Sensor Technology, including how SMEs can use the Internet of Things (IoT) for business growth and the importance of preparing for Industry 4.0.

The 2018 edition of the event will see the exhibition share a hall with What’s New In Electronics (WNIE) Live – the UK’s only electronics exhibition – and continue the longstanding co-location with PPMA and TCT.

 

 

5 Dec Sensor City, 3rd Floor Conference Suite 18:00 - 20:00

Based in Sensor City, Liverpool Software Developers Meetup is a place where developers in or around Liverpool can come and meet up, sharing knowledge and ideas.

Our aim is for anyone at any level of coding experience to learn something new.

Whether it’s a passion, career choice or hobby, we will have topics to suit everyone.

  • We are currently finalising two speakers to give a talk on Cross Platform Programming, using languages such as React Native.
  • Second Speaker Topics: Serverless Technology / Bluetooth 5.0 / Platforms / GDPR.

We will have refreshments and of course, Pizza. (Any specific diet requests please let us know).

7 Nov Sensor City, 3rd Floor Conference Suite 18:00 - 20:00

Based in Sensor City, Liverpool Software Developers Meetup is a place where developers in or around Liverpool can come and meet up, sharing knowledge and ideas.

Our aim is for anyone at any level of coding experience to learn something new.

Whether it’s a passion, career choice or hobby, we will have topics to suit everyone.

  • We are currently finalising two speakers to give a talk on Cross Platform Programming, using languages such as React Native.
  • Second Speaker Topics: Serverless Technology / Bluetooth 5.0 / Platforms / GDPR.

We will have refreshments and of course, Pizza. (Any specific diet requests please let us know).

3 Oct Sensor City, 3rd Floor Conference Suite 18:00 - 20:00

Based in Sensor City, Liverpool Software Developers Meetup is a place where developers in or around Liverpool can come and meet up, sharing knowledge and ideas.

Our aim is for anyone at any level of coding experience to learn something new.

Whether it’s a passion, career choice or hobby, we will have topics to suit everyone.

  • We are currently finalising two speakers to give a talk on Cross Platform Programming, using languages such as React Native.
  • Second Speaker Topics: Serverless Technology / Bluetooth 5.0 / Platforms / GDPR.

We will have refreshments and of course, Pizza. (Any specific diet requests please let us know).

27 Sep Sensor City 17:00 - 19:00

 

The Tier 1 Entrepreneur visa scheme is backed by the UK Home Office. It enables SMEs to access not just funding from foreign investors, but also their highly valuable skills and business networks.

A minimum of £200,000 in funding per investor is provided in the form of unsecured loan or equity investment with an exceptional five-year capital repayment holiday.

Ying De is the award-winning industry leader with over 50% market share in China for the Tier 1 Entrepreneur visa scheme, and has an impressive 80% success rate in the UK Home Office applications.

To date, their innovative service has facilitated the injection of £40 million Chinese funding into 200 businesses in the UK.

Representatives from Department for International Trade and China-Britain Business Council will also introduce their services in supporting companies with strong interests in the Chinese market, at this event.

Who should attend?

This presentation is aimed at SMEs who are looking for both funding and talents to boost their growth, or have an existing China focus or long-term ambitions for the Chinese market.

Why attend?

Attendees will gain a better understanding of the Tier 1 Entrepreneur visa scheme and the support available from the DIT and CBBC.

This will allow you to determine whether the scheme is right for your business versus other popular fundraising options, and to receive practical advice on how best to take advantage of the Chinese market.

Agenda

  • 5-5:30pm > Registration and refreshments
  • 5:30-6:30pm > Presentations from Ying De, DIT and CBBC
  • 6:30-7pm > Q&A/Networking
15 Oct Sensor City, 3rd Floor Conference Suite 14:00 - 16:30

A techUK panel discussion exploring how Health & Social Care services can be transformed using 5G networks.

The health and social care sectors are starting to explore and adapt new devices and technologies in the care of patients. Digital connectivity is an essential, though often overlooked part of this work and many are unaware how it can transform this sector.

The option for a 5G network can open up fresh opportunities for the development and delivery of health care systems across the UK. From remote patient monitoring and using real-time data in urgent responses for diagnostic conditions to VR/AR capabilities for staff training purposes.

The Government emphasises in its Digital Strategy the importance of building a world-class digital infrastructure for the UK. It has a clear ambition for the UK to be a global leader in the next generation of mobile technology (5G) and how it could also support significant efficiencies in public service delivery such as health services and education.

This event will explore how 5G can transform future healthcare applications and services and the connectivity required to facilitate these services. This includes evaluating diagnostics with the upcoming fifth generation network data and diagnosing, monitoring and treating patients in hospital and in the home around the UK.

The aim is to raise awareness of digital connectivity in the healthcare sector and highlight the work of organisations operating in this field (ranging from innovation centres, industry and SME’s) using products, networks and services that are directly helping patients, citizens, and health and care professionals.

20 Sep Atrium, Sensor City 09:00 - 12:00

Grant Thornton are delighted to partner with Sensor City to offer no-fee meetings to explore the opportunity for businesses to claim R&D tax credits, or answer queries regarding the operation of the relief for businesses that are already claiming.

Matt Foddy, a Senior Innovation Tax Manager with Grant Thornton’s Innovation Group, will be conducting a monthly drop-in surgery, and sessions can be pre-booked by contacting Erin Taylor on the details below.

Alternatively, if you’re in Sensor City on the day, Matt will be hot-desking on the ground floor and will be happy to field questions or queries on an impromptu basis.

Interested companies should contact Erin Taylor on:
Phone: 0161 214 6351
Email: erin.taylor@uk.gt.com

Background

Grant Thornton UK LLP is part of one of the world’s leading organisations of independent advisory, tax and audit firms. We help dynamic organisations unlock their potential for growth by providing meaningful, forward looking advice. In the UK, we are led by more than 185 partners and employ 4,500 of the profession’s brightest minds. We provide assurance, tax and specialist advisory services to over 20,000 privately held businesses, public interest entities and individuals nationwide. Find out more here.

G by Grant Thornton is our tailored offering aimed at start-ups and SMEs, covering basic accountancy, tax and business advisory needs within a competitive pricing structure. G works with dynamic leaders of small businesses to support them in achieving their business growth ambitions, driving results and creating space for them to share, connect and grow. Find out more here.

In addition to talking about R&D tax credits and other incentives for innovation offered through the UK tax system, Matt will be happy to plug you in to the right people at GT who can assist with wider business advisory needs.

All initial meetings or calls are conducted on a no-fee basis.

28 Sep Atrium, Sensor City 11:00 - 12:00

Join Sensor City’s staff, tenants and collaborative community for the ‘World’s Biggest Coffee Morning’.

We’ll be baking some delicious treats to raise much needed funds for Macmillan, so please pop in for a cuppa, cake and a chat!

If you’d also like to get creative in the kitchen and bring some cakes along, here are some handy recipe ideas.

The World’s Biggest Coffee Morning on Friday 28th September is Macmillan’s biggest fundraising event for people facing cancer. They ask people all over the UK to host their own Coffee Mornings and donations on the day are made to Macmillan. Last year alone they raised over £27 million.

Having a Coffee Morning is the perfect chance to catch up over a cuppa and a slice of something delicious for a great cause. One in two of us will face cancer, and the money you raise at your Coffee Morning will help us make sure no one has to face it alone.

 

14 Nov -
15 Nov
Exhibition Centre, Liverpool 9:00 - 17:00

Smart Factory Expo is Europe’s biggest showcase for the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) – a revolution in manufacturing agility, innovation and thinking.

Smart Factory Expo is where technology, finance and manufacturing meet. The exhibition that sets the digital manufacturing agenda is doubling in size for 2018 – and is set to attract over 6,000 visitors and 200 exhibitors, making it one of the world’s largest showcases for digital manufacturing.

Smart Factory Expo is comprised of six dedicated exhibition zones: Industrial Automation, Internet of Things, Digital Transformation, Smart Factory, Manufacturing Innovation, Industrial Data.

Running through the entire exhibition is ‘Innovation Alley’ – a showcase for manufacturing tech start-ups, ensuring that the whole 4IR ecosystem is represented.

LCR 4.0 at Sensor City will be exhibiting in this event, which is part of Digital Manufacturing Week. 

 

16 Oct -
17 Oct
Exhibition Centre, Liverpool 8:30 - 17:00

Event details

Smarter Travel LIVE! is Europe’s flagship conference and exhibition for the integrated transport and intelligent mobility community.

The 6th annual Smarter Travel LIVE! event is where innovation, technology, engineering, psychology and policy come together to create smarter, cleaner and more active travel options for more stages of every journey.

Smarter Travel LIVE! in numbers:

  • over 700 delegates
  • over 150 expert speakers
  • over 70 exhibiting companies

The 2018 conference and exhibition is the largest gathering of central and regional government stakeholders responsible for planning the future of mobility in towns, cities and rural areas, and regularly attracts over 700 attendees over two days. The event is organised in partnership with Department for Transport, Transport for the North, innovate UK, Merseytravel, Liverpool City Region and Transport Systems Catapult.

Sensor City will be exhibiting as part of this event, so make sure you come and see us on stand A7! 

Get involved

The organisers are also keen to speak with anyone who is working on mobility-related innovations, including start-ups and SMEs, researchers and universities, cutting edge technology developers and service providers.

There are a number of ways your work can be profiled, including:

  • Street of the Future Exhibition – a live and immersive real-life street including the latest on-street and off-street innovations
  • Exhibition – a extensive exhibition hall with the opportunity to meet key influencers and budget-holders
  • Programme – lectures, workshop and panel debate sessions are all featured
  • Project Showcase – a fast-paced showcase /presentation session with all the latest disruptive technologies and innovations
  • Site visits – study tours and site visits in and around Liverpool

Keynote speakers include:

  • Steve Rotheram, Metro Mayor, Liverpool City Region
  • Andy Burnham, Mayor, Greater Manchester
  • Barry White, Chief Executive, Transport for the North
  • Jo Johnson, Minister of State for the Department for Transport
  • Paul Campion, CEO, Transport Systems Catapult
  • Alastair Richards, Integrated and Smart Travel Lead, Transport for the North
  • Becky Upfold, Innovation Delivery Lead, Transport for London
  • Karla Jakeman, Future mobility Innovation lead, Innovate UK

Please make contact with Daniel Simpson (0207 091 7861 or email daniel@landor.co.uk) to discuss your involvement at this year’s major industry event, when it comes to Liverpool on 16-17th October.

13 Nov -
14 Nov
Olympia Conference Centre, London 8:00 - 17:00

IoTBuild is the UK’s leading event for IoT Adopters.

The event is back for its 3rd year to provide enterprise, industry and local governments with the know-how, skills and partners to successfully implement the latest in connected, digital and smart technologies, including edge computing, AI, connectivity, blockchain, cloud, analytics and security plus much more.

Sensor City’s Dr Joanne Phoenix, is one of the Keynote speakers at this event, and will be providing valuable insight into ‘Turning Hype into Reality for Businesses’ as part of a panel discussion.

Over 1,000 delegates are expected to attend IoTBuild 2018, and they will gain access to conference tracks, technical theatres, consultancy clinics, plus startup showcases and exhibitions, as well as the chance to meet and network with a pre-qualified audience of trusted advisors, solution vendors and those eager to learn.

18 Sep 3rd Floor Conference Suite 12:00 - 14:15

Event details

This is an opportunity for people across both industry and academia to discuss ideas and prospects for research and innovations relating to environmental monitoring.

We are looking to explore synergies between different sectors to see if existing products could be adapted to new applications.

Can we apply ‘smart home’ technology to ‘smart meadows’? Or use vehicle tracking devices to track bees?

This event will facilitate collaboration and explore synergistic opportunities between attendees, who will have a wide range of specialisms from a mix of sectors.

Who should attend?

Anyone interested in the co-creation of new products and technologies for environmental monitoring, including those with experience in IoT, optics, sensors, tracking applications, software development, smart buildings and wireless monitoring.

Why attend?

Companies and entrepreneurs attending will benefit from meeting leading academics in the field, who can provide access to research data, PhD students and product testing.

Academics and students attending will have the opportunity to meet industry experts who are developing innovative products and services, and may be able to apply your research in practice or suggest alternative ways of working.

Agenda

  • 12-12:30pm > Registration and Lunch refreshments
  • 12:30-12:45pm > Welcome and introductions
  • 12:45-1:15pm > Specialist pitches from academics and companies (3-5mins each)
  • 1:15-2:15pm > Networking and delegate matching

Event host – LCR 4.0

Partly funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), LCR 4.0 is bringing together world-class, practical support to transform Liverpool City Region businesses through digital innovation. By exploring the challenges and opportunities of Industry 4.0 together, LCR 4.0 helps SMEs to increase productivity and de-risk innovation.

26 Jun 09:00 - 16:30

Liverpool Health Partners are delighted to bring you a series of executive round table discussions that will take place at the UK’s International Business Festival.

Through their Health is Wealth programme, they will be discussing some of the most significant issues and developments in Health and Life Sciences in Liverpool and beyond.

There will be 4 sessions, covering topics including effective global partnerships, AI and patient data – all around the key theme of “Shaping Health & Life Sciences for the Future”:

09:00-11:00

Shaping Health and Life Sciences for the Future – Breakfast Executive Round-Table

Speakers from: Health Innovation Manchester, University of Liverpool, Liverpool Health Partners, and including the former CEO of NHS Confederation.

11:15-12:45

Global Partnerships – A ‘How To’ Round Table

Speakers from: Healthcare UK, Cerno Health , China Design Centre as well as an NHS and an HEI perspective

13:00-14:45

Transforming Healthcare Through Technology (2 sessions including lunch)

Session 1 – Developing Health-Tech Across Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter

Speakers from: Liverpool Knowledge Quarter; Sensor City, Liverpool Life Sciences Accelerator, Liverpool Health Partners and an industry perspective or working with the Knowledge Quarter

Session 2 – Artificial Intelligence

Speakers from: DLA Piper, Hartree Centre, Alder Hey and IBM Global

15:00-16:30

How Should We Use Patient Data for Research?

Speakers from: Liverpool’s iLinks Programme, Mersey Care, North West eHealth, Radio Merseyside, as well as an industry perspective.

More information

At all round table sessions, the panel will be available for questions and we encourage everyone to have a say and share their thoughts.

Delegates registered for FREE sessions also get a Free Festival pass (Worth £105) that gives access to the duration of the Festival (exc Hosted Events).

View the full programme and book your place below.

21 Jun 09:00 - 12:00

Grant Thornton are delighted to partner with Sensor City to offer no-fee meetings to explore the opportunity for businesses to claim R&D tax credits, or answer queries regarding the operation of the relief for businesses that are already claiming.

Matt Foddy, a Senior Innovation Tax Manager with Grant Thornton’s Innovation Group, will be conducting a monthly drop-in surgery, and sessions can be pre-booked by contacting Erin Taylor on the details below.

Alternatively, if you’re in Sensor City on the day, Matt will be hot-desking on the ground floor and will be happy to field questions or queries on an impromptu basis.

Interested companies should contact Erin Taylor on:
Phone: 0161 214 6351
Email: erin.taylor@uk.gt.com

Background

Grant Thornton UK LLP is part of one of the world’s leading organisations of independent advisory, tax and audit firms. We help dynamic organisations unlock their potential for growth by providing meaningful, forward looking advice. In the UK, we are led by more than 185 partners and employ 4,500 of the profession’s brightest minds. We provide assurance, tax and specialist advisory services to over 20,000 privately held businesses, public interest entities and individuals nationwide. Find out more here.

G by Grant Thornton is our tailored offering aimed at start-ups and SMEs, covering basic accountancy, tax and business advisory needs within a competitive pricing structure. G works with dynamic leaders of small businesses to support them in achieving their business growth ambitions, driving results and creating space for them to share, connect and grow. Find out more here.

In addition to talking about R&D tax credits and other incentives for innovation offered through the UK tax system, Matt will be happy to plug you in to the right people at GT who can assist with wider business advisory needs.

All initial meetings or calls are conducted on a no-fee basis.

25 Jul 09:45 - 15:30

Arrow Electronics are running a free hands-on workshop at Sensor City to explore and demo their electronic components and enterprise computing solutions.

Background

The ARIS EDGE S3 board is a ready-to-use Internet of Things (IoT) hardware and software platform that enables users to get their IoT applications up and running quickly, exploiting the Renesas Synergy development framework.

The ARIS EDGE S3 board has a host of features that equip it for smart sensing, IoT operations and small HMI design, thanks to the Renesas Synergy S3A3 MCU with a 48-MHz ARM Cortex-M4 core with a floating-point unit (FPU). This enables communication with other devices and the cloud with a flexible multi-protocol radio module, supporting Bluetooth Low Energy, Thread and ZigBee Stacks.

The Renesas Synergy Platform helps to accelerate IoT designs: a proven combination of hardware and software makes development easier and faster, thus encouraging innovation and product differentiation. The combination of Arrow ARIS Edge S3 board and Renesas Synergy software platform enables developers to reduce time–to–market and decreases the total cost of ownership of a product over its lifetime.

Attendees should bring

– Windows 7/8/10 based laptop computer and power cord.
– Smart phone: Android phone with BLE connectivity and 5.0 or greater OS.

Instructions for software install prior to the event will follow.

Attendees will receive a free ARIS Edge3 board and LCD shield to continue their developments.

Agenda

  • 09.45 – Registration and refreshments
  • 10.00 – Introduction to Arrow Electronics
  • 10.30 – Introduction to Renesas Synergy
  • 11.30 – Lab 1. Hands-On : Getting Started with e2studio ISDE and ARIS Edge 3
  • 13.00 – LUNCH and showcase demos
  • 13.45 – Lab 2. Hands-On : Sensor Application with BLE
  • 15.00 – Final Q & A and wrap up
  • 15.30 – Close

Places are limited so we advise booking early to guarantee your attendance at this event.

17 Jul Ground Floor 09:30 - 14:00

Who should attend?

  • Anyone with a need to connect an existing product or future development to a commercial cloud service.
  • Anyone looking to gather data or offer interaction with their product using AWS..
  • Anyone sensitive to new GDPR compliance requirements looking to improve the security of their cloud connectivity.

Aims & objectives

Create a secure link from user hardware to the Amazon cloud, AWS.

Participants should leave knowing how to set up a Microchip development board and configure an AWS user account.

By the end of the session, participants will see their interactions with the board reflected in their AWS user account and be able to send commands from a web interface back to the board.

Agenda

· 9:30am – Registration and networking

· 10am – Session begins

· 2pm – Finish and networking

Background

The Microchip Zero Touch Secure Provisioning Kit for AWS (Amazon Web Service) IoT helps designers to quickly and securely develop IoT devices that are in compliance with the AWS security regulations.

Incorporating Microchip pre-configured ATECC508 CryptoAuthentication devices into a system is a very secure method to connect to the AWS IoT service. It leaves the whole handling of certificate and private key manipulation to Microchip secure provisioning factories in addition to keeping credentials away from software and users.

In addition to the ATECC508, the kit includes a Cortex-M4 ATSAMG55 and Wi-Fi ATWINC1500 using FreeRTOS and the ATWINC1500 integrated TLS stack.

Start with the upgraded Zero Touch Provisioning Kit for AWS IoT Version B and benefit from the new provisioning scripts and AWS IoT account configuration scripts. In this hands-on session attendees will learn to provision this WIFI based AWS solution and see the kit interacting with the AWS website.

Registration

Places are limited, so book now to avoid disappointment.

28 Jun 12:00 - 16:00

Background

Rutronik has grown from a one-man business into the third largest distributor of electrical components in Europe, and the tenth largest worldwide.

Drop-in day

Rutronik will be exhibiting in Sensor City’s ground floor atrium on 28th June and are keen to meet our collaborative community!

All SMEs are welcome to attend to gain a better understanding of the electrical components, potential parts and sensors that they might need for their latest projects.

Rutronik have also arranged for three leading companies to join them at the open day:

  • Infineon – a leading engineer will be on hand who is an expert in sensor technologies
  • Telit –  manufacturer and Global leader in IoT enablement, offering support for 5G technology exploration
  • Murata – a global leader in the design, manufacture and supply of advanced electronic materials, leading edge electronic components, and multi-functional, high-density modules. Murata innovations can be found in a wide range of applications from mobile phones to home appliances, and automotive applications to energy management systems and healthcare devices.

Registration

There’s no need to pre-register, just pop into Sensor City between 1-4pm and see how we can help you.

 

19 Jun 09:00 - 17:00

Sensor City and LCR 4.0 at Sensor City will be exhibiting at the third International Business Festival next month.

We will be showcasing our Global Innovation Hub for four days across 19th, 20th, 21st and 26th June, including presence at the Manufacturing and Health & Life Sciences themed days.

Visit our stands (94 & 95) to find out more about us and how we can help your business accelerate from concept to prototype with speed and accuracy.

Plus join us on 26th June to take part in our Knowledge Quarter Panel Discussion audience and hear about the great work that Sensor City and other organisations based in the Knowledge Quarter are pioneering.

For the chance to win free tickets to IBF2018, please click here.​

6 Jun 09:00 - 18:00

Join us at this leading global event series for the Industrial Internet of Things for Manufacturers.

At 4:20pm on Wednesday 6th June, Alison Mitchell (Executive Director at Sensor City), will be giving delegates insight into Sensor City’s Global Innovation Hub and how we are helping Industrial IoT to move forwards.

Held at the Park Inn by Radisson, Heathrow, London UK from 5-6 June 2018, the conference is designed to give you the tools and know-how required to select and implement the right digital technologies for your business to improve operational efficiency.

Other reasons to attend

• The conference will accelerate your readiness for industrial digitalisation with help from over 40 speakers from across the globe.
• Discover why industry heavy weights are implementing IoT technologies like Digital Twin, the Edge, AI and more to help inform your business case for IIoT adoption.
• Gain access to case studies of successful and active IoT implementation, as well as insights from the individuals leading the projects.
• Overcome barriers to implementing smart technologies.
• Create a unique road map to IIoT adoption and equip yourself with the tools and know-how on all things IoT.
• Network with 200 like-minded professions from across the manufacturing sector, building on current relationships and create new ones.
• Find the right ROI for IoT, AI and emerging smart technologies.

6 Jun 08:30 - 10:00

The Health Innovation Exchange is a £3.5 million collaborative business support programme connecting businesses in the Liverpool City Region (LCR) with world-class health, care, technology and commercial resources. This information morning is perfect for innovative businesses within the health, sport and fitness sectors that want to develop or repurposed their products for the health and care markets.

We have a range of speakers to discuss;

  • Information about business support programmes that can help you develop your product
  • Insight into the challenges and opportunities that the health and medical sector presents
  • Personal experience of developing a sport and health product

Agenda
8.30am – Arrival / Networking / Breakfast
9.00am – Introduction to the Health Innovation Exchange – Andrew Rose, LCR LEP
9.10am – Case Study – Terry Nelson, Aqua Running
9.30am – Academic Engagement – David Low, Liverpool John Moores University
9.40am – Regulatory Affairs – Alastair Clarke, Weaver Technical Solutions
10.00am – Conclusions (5 mins)

21 Jun 09:00 - 17:00

Sensory City proudly supports Women & Diversity in Manufacturing Summit, brought to you by The Manufacturer, co-located with the International Business Festival.

Manufacturers on the right side of history will be talking about increasing British industry’s share of the UK talent pool – by boosting participation from women and minority groups in the manufacturing workforce.

Whether UK manufacturing has a problem with women and diversity – or whether it’s the other way round – there is a problem that needs to be tackled if the country’s manufacturing renaissance is to be sustained to fix it.

Join us on 21 June at Women & Diversity in Manufacturing Summit.

Register today and use our discount code ‘SENSORCITY-100’ to get £100 off the standard ticket rate.

Find out more and register now below.

20 Jun 09:00 - 17:00

Sensory City proudly supports Manufacturing Innovation Summit, brought to you by The Manufacturer, co-located with the International Business Festival.

Manufacturing Innovation Summit brings together forward-looking, future-facing manufacturing leaders from across the sector to look at ways technology is growing margins and boosting growth by compressing innovation & NPI cycles.

Join us and 90 manufacturers at Manufacturing Innovation Summit on 20th June as they talk about People, Process and Product Innovation.

Register today and use our discount code ‘SENSORCITY-100’ to get £100 off the standard ticket rate.

Find out more and register below.

23 May 13:00 - 17:00

Following the success of Jelly Liverpool we are excited to be running Student Jelly @ Sensor City.

WHAT?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City is an informal get-together providing opportunities to meet other students to collaborate with, bounce ideas off or simply to talk to about your new project or idea.

WHO?

No matter what you study or what you create, you’re welcome to come to Student Jelly @ Sensor City to share your talent and learn from others.

WHY ATTEND?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City provides FREE Coffee, FREE desk space, FREE Wifi and FREE popcorn!

Just bring a laptop or whatever you need to get your work done.

WHEN?

Every Wednesday during term time, between 1-5pm.

Please note – this will be the last Student Jelly for a while as we’re taking a break for the summer, now term is ending.

WHERE?

Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ

Sensor City is a joint venture between The University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University. Located at the gateway to Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter and positioned at the intersection of industry and academia, the global innovation hub facilitates connectivity and fosters progress, promoting sensor solutions and IoT to a global market.

There’s no need to pre-register, simply turn up and get involved.

16 May 13:00 - 17:00

Following the success of Jelly Liverpool we are excited to be running Student Jelly @ Sensor City.

WHAT?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City is an informal get-together providing opportunities to meet other students to collaborate with, bounce ideas off or simply to talk to about your new project or idea.

WHO?

No matter what you study or what you create, you’re welcome to come to Student Jelly @ Sensor City to share your talent and learn from others.

WHY ATTEND?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City provides FREE Coffee, FREE desk space, FREE Wifi and FREE popcorn!

Just bring a laptop or whatever you need to get your work done.

WHEN?

Every Wednesday during term time, between 1-5pm.

WHERE?

Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ

Sensor City is a joint venture between The University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University. Located at the gateway to Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter and positioned at the intersection of industry and academia, the global innovation hub facilitates connectivity and fosters progress, promoting sensor solutions and IoT to a global market.

There’s no need to pre-register, simply turn up and get involved.

9 May 13:00 - 17:00

Following the success of Jelly Liverpool we are excited to be running Student Jelly @ Sensor City.

WHAT?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City is an informal get-together providing opportunities to meet other students to collaborate with, bounce ideas off or simply to talk to about your new project or idea.

WHO?

No matter what you study or what you create, you’re welcome to come to Student Jelly @ Sensor City to share your talent and learn from others.

WHY ATTEND?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City provides FREE Coffee, FREE desk space, FREE Wifi and FREE popcorn!

Just bring a laptop or whatever you need to get your work done.

WHEN?

Every Wednesday during term time, between 1-5pm.

WHERE?

Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ

Sensor City is a joint venture between The University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University. Located at the gateway to Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter and positioned at the intersection of industry and academia, the global innovation hub facilitates connectivity and fosters progress, promoting sensor solutions and IoT to a global market.

There’s no need to pre-register, simply turn up and get involved.

6 Jun 09:00 - 13:00
5 Jul 18:00 - 20:00

Event details

In this seminar, Charles Radclyffe will lift the lid on the secrets of the Blockchain community and cut through all the hype to show what Blockchain is and is not good for.

He will also discuss what innovators in IoT can learn from the mistakes in FinTech.

Who should attend?

Innovators, Technologists and Business Leaders looking to learn more about Blockchain and how to solve problems or innovate using Emerging Technology.

Aims and outcomes

This special interest seminar will help delegates develop a more complete understanding of Blockchain technologies and where it is and is not appropriately used.

Attendees will leave with a clear idea of whether Blockchain is a relevant technology to their requirements, and suggestions of alternative solutions where appropriate.

Agenda

  • 18:00 Session Start
  • 18:45 Q&A
  • 19:00 Networking
  • 20:00 Session End

Speaker background

Charles Radclyffe was formerly the Head of Technology at Deutsche Bank Innovation Labs in London.

In this role, he was mandated by the bank to explore Emerging Technology – from Quantum Computing to Blockchain, and develop strategies for the organisation to get the most value from early investments in the right activities.

18 May 17:00 - 23:00

LightNight will provide visitors with the opportunity to see first-hand how Sensor City is helping partners to capitalise on the growing sensor revolution and to hear directly from SMEs who have been able to develop concepts into prototypes with speed and accuracy.

There will be lots of equipment on show including 3D printers, infrared and high speed cameras, microscopes and Virtual Reality headsets. We will also be showcasing the latest technological innovations that our in-house engineering team, University partners and SME community are developing.

Take part in sensor-based games, watch live theatrical performances, and enjoy a drink while admiring the illuminated Liverpool skyline from our top floor, panoramic roof terrace.

View our full programme of exhibitors here.

This event is part of the ninth annual LightNight Liverpool, the free one-night arts festival, which is taking place on Friday 18 May 2018, from 5-11pm.

LightNight showcases the creative lifeblood of Liverpool, presenting new and ambitious artistic commissions amidst a vibrant programme of more than 100 events including everything from concerts, exhibitions, hands-on workshops and dance to street performance, theatre and talks.

It’s the perfect chance to enjoy the bustling atmosphere and experience the city’s cultural offer after-hours with friends and family.

This LightNight we will question and reflect upon the transformative nature of the self and the world around us. Understood as a significant change in people or place, ‘transformation’ is happening all around us: visible or invisible, turbulent and political, personal and emotional.

LightNight Liverpool is produced by local social enterprise Open Culture.

​Festival guides can be purchased from selected venues across the city centre ​1-18 May, or ordered online at www.lightnightliverpool.co.uk

3 May 17:00 - 19:00

We are delighted to invite you to attend the third in a series of monthly networking seminars held at various locations in Knowledge Quarter Liverpool, this time at Sensor City.

In this third session, Dylan Kennett of DLA Piper and Olivia Jeffrey of Grant Thornton will provide an overview of the funding landscape and guide you through some of the common challenges and pitfalls faced by start-ups and SMEs.

The seminar will offer an insight into the pros and cons of the various types of funding available and help you make the right choices for your business.

You will also have the opportunity to get to know other businesses based in and around Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter over glass of wine or a beer, out on Sensor City’s panoramic roof terrace.

Find out more about their state of the art laboratories, in-house technical expertise and business support programme, helping partners to capitalise on the growing sensor revolution and developing concepts into prototypes with speed and accuracy.

17 Apr 15:00 - 18:00

Digital Manufacturing Week is returning to the Liverpool City Region in November 2018 and we will be hosting a launch event to celebrate!

The 2017 event saw four days of exhibitions, tours, round tables and networking. BBC Breakfast even broadcast live from the Invest Liverpool stand which showcased some of the best innovation the city has to offer. The 2017 events saw figures including:

  • 3968 expo visitors
  • 613 conference delegates
  • 118 exhibitors

You can see more here of the 2017 event.

This year will see 6000+ visitors to Digital Manufacturing Week at the Manufacturing Leaders Summit, The Manufacturer Top 100 report launch, and the ceremony and gala dinner for the announcement of the biggest prizes in UK manufacturing, The Manufacturer MX Awards.

There was a London launch of this year’s event on the 19th of February at the House of Lords, attended by over 200 manufacturing professionals. For video, please click here.

Now it’s time for the Liverpool City Region launch!

Steve Rotheram, the Liverpool City Region Metro Mayor, has agreed to provide the opening address before the team from The Manufacturer outline the exciting plans for this year. Other speakers will be announced over the coming days.

 Join us to learn more about our exciting plans for 2018, network with the regions leading manufacturers and industry partners and learn why Digital Manufacturing Week is the biggest event in the industrial calendar.

Agenda for the event:

3pm Registration and Arrival

3.15pm Welcome from Steve Rotheram, Metro Mayor of Liverpool City Region

3.25pm Welcome to Sensor City – Dr Joanne Phoenix, Sensor City

3.30pm Digital Manufacturing Week 2018 – Nick Hussey, CEO of The Manufacturer Magazine

3.45pm Santander

3.55pm Getting young people involved in Digital Manufacturing Week – Michelle Dow, Managing Director All About STEM

4.05pm Openmaker – rise of the disruptors – Erika Rushton, Openmaker

4.10pm Closing Remarks – Nick Hussey, CEO of The Manufacturer Magazine

Please join us afterwards for drinks and networking on the terrace at Sensor City.

We’re just 10 minutes walk from Liverpool Lime Street station and the closest car park is Mount Pleasant Car Park (38 Mount Pleasant).

Dr Joanne Phoenix will welcome delegates to the £15m University Enterprise Zone and explain how the facility can help manufacturing companies to adopt industrial digital technologies. Also joining us will be Michelle Dow, Managing Director of All About STEM who will discuss how young people can get involved in Digital Manufacturing Week and help inspire the next generation of digitally enhanced engineers. Finally Erika Rushton, Chair of the Baltic CIC and recently awarded the Transformational Leader Award at the Northern Power Women Awards , will discuss the Openmaker programme and how the maker community can challenge the status quo of supply chain orthodoxy.

For more information or to register for free, please click here.

25 Apr 13:00 - 17:00

Following the success of Jelly Liverpool we are excited to be running Student Jelly @ Sensor City.

WHAT?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City is an informal get-together providing opportunities to meet other students to collaborate with, bounce ideas off or simply to talk to about your new project or idea.

WHO?

No matter what you study or what you create, you’re welcome to come to Student Jelly @ Sensor City to share your talent and learn from others.

WHY ATTEND?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City provides FREE Coffee, FREE desk space, FREE Wifi and FREE popcorn! Just bring a laptop or whatever you need to get your work done.

Additionally, Sensor manufacturer Turck Banner are currently recruiting for 2 new graduate positions (£25K-£30K) and they will be attending Student Jelly @ Sensor City on Wed 25th April, allowing students to meet some of the Turck Banner team and chat to them about the advertised roles on an informal basis.

WHEN?

Every Wednesday during term time, between 1-5pm.

WHERE?

Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ

Sensor City is a joint venture between The University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University. Located at the gateway to Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter and positioned at the intersection of industry and academia, the global innovation hub facilitates connectivity and fosters progress, promoting sensor solutions and IoT to a global market.

There’s no need to pre-register, simply turn up and get involved.

18 Apr 13:00 - 17:00

Following the success of Jelly Liverpool we are excited to be running Student Jelly @ Sensor City.

WHAT?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City is an informal get-together providing opportunities to meet other students to collaborate with, bounce ideas off or simply to talk to about your new project or idea.

WHO?

No matter what you study or what you create, you’re welcome to come to Student Jelly @ Sensor City to share your talent and learn from others.

WHY ATTEND?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City provides FREE Coffee, FREE desk space, FREE Wifi and FREE popcorn!

Just bring a laptop or whatever you need to get your work done.

WHEN?

Every Wednesday during term time, between 1-5pm.

WHERE?

Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ

Sensor City is a joint venture between The University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University. Located at the gateway to Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter and positioned at the intersection of industry and academia, the global innovation hub facilitates connectivity and fosters progress, promoting sensor solutions and IoT to a global market.

There’s no need to pre-register, simply turn up and get involved.

11 Apr 13:00 - 17:00

Following the success of Jelly Liverpool we are excited to be running Student Jelly @ Sensor City.

WHAT?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City is an informal get-together providing opportunities to meet other students to collaborate with, bounce ideas off or simply to talk to about your new project or idea.

WHO?

No matter what you study or what you create, you’re welcome to come to Student Jelly @ Sensor City to share your talent and learn from others.

WHY ATTEND?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City provides FREE Coffee, FREE desk space, FREE Wifi and FREE popcorn!

Just bring a laptop or whatever you need to get your work done.

WHEN?

Every Wednesday during term time, between 1-5pm.

WHERE?

Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ

Sensor City is a joint venture between The University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University. Located at the gateway to Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter and positioned at the intersection of industry and academia, the global innovation hub facilitates connectivity and fosters progress, promoting sensor solutions and IoT to a global market.

There’s no need to pre-register, simply turn up and get involved.

24 Apr 08:30 - 11:00

Sensor City and G by Grant Thornton are pleased to be running this R&D Tax Credits session.

The latest figures show that last year 22,000 SME’s in the UK accessed over £1.3 billion through the R&D tax credit regime. Yet there is still a belief that the relief is being under claimed due to lack of awareness and perceived complexity in the claims process.

In this session Matt Foddy (Senior Innovation Tax Manager at Grant Thornton) will demystify the process around claiming R&D tax credits by covering:

  • pragmatic approaches to preparing claims
  • risk areas to be aware of
  • ways to ensure your claim is maximised.

AGENDA

  • 8:30am – Registration
  • 9am – Start
  • 10:30am – Networking
  • 11am – Close

Places are limited for this free event, so please sign up early to avoid disappointment.

Matt says: “There certainly is still a lack of awareness and understanding about the relief. I meet a lot of businesses that don’t realise the extent to which the product development, process optimisation or systems development work they’ve been doing can qualify. The starting assumption would be that any company accessing support through Sensor City will be undertaking a qualifying R&D activity which should make them eligible for the relief. Also, often companies that are claiming the relief aren’t claiming all they could.

Our job is to help our clients understand how what they have done fits within the rules, helping them form a view on whether, and to what extent, they’ve done R&D. It’s also to help them capture the right information, and then manage the claims process and make it as simple as possible so that it isn’t in any way complicated, onerous or frustrating for the company.

“It is a great scheme and is different to most tax reliefs in that it doesn’t just reduce a company’s tax burden, but can also lead to cash payments from HMRC for companies that don’t have profits. The process of claiming a cash credit can be more straight forward than claiming many forms of R&D grant, and companies often find they are eligible to claim in respect of things they’ve already done, and expenditure already incurred. In these cases it’s simply a case of preparing the paperwork and payment can usually be secured within a month of submitting the claims.

26 Apr 17:00 - 19:30

Join us for an exclusive evening at Sensor City where award-winning Emily Walker, Executive Support Officer to the Pro-Vice Chancellor for Research, Scholarship and Knowledge Transfer at Liverpool John Moores University, will be delivering a presentation on “The impact of technology on the evolving role of a PA”.

Her presentation will cover the ways in which technology is evolving and how PAs need to evolve with it, new apps and products to engage with and how they can benefit you and the organisation you work for.

Complimentary drinks and canapés will be provided, and a charity prize draw will be held on the night.

Agenda

  • 17.00 -18.00 ~ Networking and refreshments
  • 18.00 – 18.45 ~ Presentation by Emily Walker
  • 18.45- 19.30 ~ Networking and charity prize draw

Registration

This free event is open to all EAs and PAs and places are offered on a first come first served basis.

Please RSVP now to confirm your attendance.

For more information please email: amy.shillcock@hays.com or call 0151 242 0744

23 Apr 09:30 - 15:00

Description

This event will give attendees an overview of the suite of CAD and CAM software that is available from SolidWorks.

There will also be a hands on training session (laptops provided) with the software installed and a technical expert will provide introductory training on how to use SolidWorks.

Agenda

  • 9:30 – 10am: Registration
  • 10 – 11am: Session 1 = Introduction to SolidWorks (Parts/Assemblies)
  • 11 – 11.30am: Refreshments
  • 11:30 – 12.30pm: Session 2 = Introduction to SolidWorks (Drawings/Additional products)
  • 12:30 – 1pm: Lunch
  • 1pm till close: Session 3 = Hands on use and training

Who should attend?

Any company that will be or is producing a physical product should attend, as SolidWorks can help streamline the product design process.

Some degree of CAD understanding would be useful, but direct experience of using it is not required.

Aims and objectives

By the end of Sessions 1&2, attendees will gain an understanding of the potential of SolidWorks and how they can apply it to their business.

Session 3 will give attendees hands on experience of using the software and have an idea of how easy it is to use.

Overall, delegates will come away with a good understanding of how SolidWorks will benefit their company and the information required to decide whether to apply for an entrepreneurial license.

Entrepreneurial program

The SolidWorks entrepreneurial program gives companies access to three licenses of any SolidWorks Software. This could be:

  • 3 x SolidWorks Premium CAD (worth £26,000)
  • 1 x SolidWorks Premium, 1 x SolidWorks Simulation Premium and 1 x SolidWorks Electrical (woth £30,000)
  • 1 x SolidWorks Premium, 1 x SolidWorks Simulation Premium and 1 x SolidWorks Plastics Premium (worth £41,500)

The Entrepreneurs programme that SolidWorks offers is available free of charge for all Sensor City members.

To find out more about Sensor City membership options and our introductory rate, please click here.

Registration

There are only 10 places available for the Session 3 hands-on training, so please register today to guarantee your free place.

24 Apr 17:00 - 20:00

Description

Up to 60% of IoT value is currently locked by a lack of interoperability.

Sensor City is running this IoT Interoperability event to get people thinking more about the interoperability of sensor data and the solutions available to achieve its full potential.

Join us to:

  • hear how Siemens’ MindSphere provides a single platform to allow capture of data generated by IoT applications – allowing companies to advance their IoT strategy;
  • how IoTic Labs have responded to the cyber security issues relating to data sharing; and
  • why Prof Michael Fisher believes that we need to think beyond interoperability

Agenda

  • 5:00pm – Registration
  • 5:15pm – Introduction to Sensor City
  • 5:30pm – Megan Lovett, Siemens MindSphere
  • 6:00pm – Mark Wharton, IoTic Labs
  • 6:30pm – Michael Fisher, University of Liverpool
  • 7:00pm – Questions and networking
  • 8:00pm – Close

Who should attend?

This free event will be beneficial to corporates, SMEs and academics who are keen to understand more about IoT and Sensor data interoperability.

Book your free place today, using this Eventbrite registration link.

Speaker background

We will be joined by three experts in the field:

Megan Lovett, Product and Partner Executive, MindSphere – Siemens

Megan is passionate about working on creative projects within the digitalisation arena, and inspiring future generations to be a part of Industry 4.0.

At Siemens, Megan’s work focuses around MindSphere – a cloud-based, open IoT operating system that connects products, plants, systems, and machines, enabling businesses to harness the wealth of data generated by the Internet of Things (IoT) with advanced analytics.

At this event, Megan will talk through the Siemens’ MindSphere system in further detail, describe its applications and benefits and draw upon case studies to further demonstrate its capabilities.

Mark Wharton, Co-Founder, Iotic Labs

Mark Wharton is CTO and co-founder of Iotic Labs, in charge of the technical team and direction. During his 35-year career in IT, Mark has experience in areas as diverse as large databases and mobile comms. He has been fascinated with the semantic web for knowledge management, but now has focussed on the goal of autonomous interoperability, where machine-readable semantics can drive a diverse set of solutions with minimal human intervention.

Mark will discuss how the emerging world of the IoT has many challenges, two of the greatest of which are security and interoperability. The diversity of solutions and approaches in the IoT has shown traditional, people-oriented Internet solutions to be lacking when presented with the requirements of a true machine-oriented Internet of Things.

Encouraged by the recent trend towards micro-services, digital twins and event-driven systems, Mark will reveal how Iotic Labs has created a secure interoperability layer where the physical and virtual interact seamlessly. Machines use semantics to find, bind and understand data from other machines securely. Business operations have the tools to introduce innovations with minimal impact to their day-to-day activities, and the confidence to know that they can mitigate risk of cyber-attack.

Michael Fisher, Professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Liverpool, and Director of the University’s Centre for Autonomous Systems Technology.

Prof Fisher is a Fellow of both the BCS and the IET, member of the BSI AMT/10 committee on Robotics and the IEEE P7009 Standard for Fail-Safe Design of Autonomous Systems, and lead the UK Network on the Verification and Validation of Autonomous Systems.

At this event, he will explore why interoperability is useful, but not sufficient for future systems, and how we can move towards greater transparency and then on to broader responsibility.

This will be important when we need to be clear/precise about where, and why, decisions are made and has a strong link to international efforts not only in transparency, but responsibility and ethics.

28 Mar 13:00 - 17:00

Following the success of Jelly Liverpool we are excited to be running Student Jelly @ Sensor City.

WHAT?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City is an informal get-together providing opportunities to meet other students to collaborate with, bounce ideas off or simply to talk to about your new project or idea.

WHO?

No matter what you study or what you create, you’re welcome to come to Student Jelly @ Sensor City to share your talent and learn from others.

WHY ATTEND?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City provides FREE Coffee, FREE desk space, FREE Wifi and FREE popcorn!

Just bring a laptop or whatever you need to get your work done.

WHEN?

Every Wednesday during term time, between 1-5pm.

WHERE?

Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ

Sensor City is a joint venture between The University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University. Located at the gateway to Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter and positioned at the intersection of industry and academia, the global innovation hub facilitates connectivity and fosters progress, promoting sensor solutions and IoT to a global market.

There’s no need to pre-register, simply turn up and get involved.

21 Mar 13:00 - 17:00

Following the success of Jelly Liverpool we are excited to be running Student Jelly @ Sensor City.

WHAT?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City is an informal get-together providing opportunities to meet other students to collaborate with, bounce ideas off or simply to talk to about your new project or idea.

WHO?

No matter what you study or what you create, you’re welcome to come to Student Jelly @ Sensor City to share your talent and learn from others.

WHY ATTEND?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City provides FREE Coffee, FREE desk space, FREE Wifi and FREE popcorn!

Just bring a laptop or whatever you need to get your work done.

WHEN?

Every Wednesday during term time, between 1-5pm.

WHERE?

Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ

Sensor City is a joint venture between The University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University. Located at the gateway to Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter and positioned at the intersection of industry and academia, the global innovation hub facilitates connectivity and fosters progress, promoting sensor solutions and IoT to a global market.

There’s no need to pre-register, simply turn up and get involved.

14 Mar 13:00 - 17:00

Following the success of Jelly Liverpool we are excited to be running Student Jelly @ Sensor City.

WHAT?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City is an informal get-together providing opportunities to meet other students to collaborate with, bounce ideas off or simply to talk to about your new project or idea.

WHO?

No matter what you study or what you create, you’re welcome to come to Student Jelly @ Sensor City to share your talent and learn from others.

WHY ATTEND?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City provides FREE Coffee, FREE desk space, FREE Wifi and FREE popcorn!

Just bring a laptop or whatever you need to get your work done.

WHEN?

Every Wednesday during term time, between 1-5pm.

WHERE?

Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ

Sensor City is a joint venture between The University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University. Located at the gateway to Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter and positioned at the intersection of industry and academia, the global innovation hub facilitates connectivity and fosters progress, promoting sensor solutions and IoT to a global market.

There’s no need to pre-register, simply turn up and get involved.

28 Feb 13:00 - 17:00

Following the success of Jelly Liverpool we are excited to be running Student Jelly @ Sensor City.

WHAT?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City is an informal get-together providing opportunities to meet other students to collaborate with, bounce ideas off or simply to talk to about your new project or idea.

WHO?

No matter what you study or what you create, you’re welcome to come to Student Jelly @ Sensor City to share your talent and learn from others.

WHY ATTEND?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City provides FREE Coffee, FREE desk space, FREE Wifi and FREE popcorn!

Just bring a laptop or whatever you need to get your work done.

WHEN?

Every Wednesday during term time, between 1-5pm.

WHERE?

Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ

Sensor City is a joint venture between The University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University. Located at the gateway to Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter and positioned at the intersection of industry and academia, the global innovation hub facilitates connectivity and fosters progress, promoting sensor solutions and IoT to a global market.

There’s no need to pre-register, simply turn up and get involved.

5 Dec 13:00 - 17:00

Following the success of Jelly Liverpool we are excited to be running Student Jelly @ Sensor City.

WHAT?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City is an informal get-together providing opportunities to meet other students to collaborate with, bounce ideas off or simply to talk to about your new project or idea.

WHO?

No matter what you study or what you create, you’re welcome to come to Student Jelly @ Sensor City to share your talent and learn from others.

WHY ATTEND?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City provides FREE Coffee, FREE desk space, FREE Wifi and FREE popcorn!

Just bring a laptop or whatever you need to get your work done.

WHEN?

Every Wednesday during term time, between 1-5pm.

WHERE?

Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ

Sensor City is a joint venture between The University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University. Located at the gateway to Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter and positioned at the intersection of industry and academia, the global innovation hub facilitates connectivity and fosters progress, promoting sensor solutions and IoT to a global market.

There’s no need to pre-register, simply turn up and get involved.

7 Nov 13:00 - 17:00

Following the success of Jelly Liverpool we are excited to be running Student Jelly @ Sensor City.

WHAT?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City is an informal get-together providing opportunities to meet other students to collaborate with, bounce ideas off or simply to talk to about your new project or idea.

WHO?

No matter what you study or what you create, you’re welcome to come to Student Jelly @ Sensor City to share your talent and learn from others.

WHY ATTEND?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City provides FREE Coffee, FREE desk space, FREE Wifi and FREE popcorn!

Just bring a laptop or whatever you need to get your work done.

WHEN?

Every Wednesday during term time, between 1-5pm.

WHERE?

Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ

Sensor City is a joint venture between The University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University. Located at the gateway to Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter and positioned at the intersection of industry and academia, the global innovation hub facilitates connectivity and fosters progress, promoting sensor solutions and IoT to a global market.

There’s no need to pre-register, simply turn up and get involved.

3 Oct 13:00 - 17:00

Following the success of Jelly Liverpool we are excited to be running Student Jelly @ Sensor City.

WHAT?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City is an informal get-together providing opportunities to meet other students to collaborate with, bounce ideas off or simply to talk to about your new project or idea.

WHO?

No matter what you study or what you create, you’re welcome to come to Student Jelly @ Sensor City to share your talent and learn from others.

WHY ATTEND?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City provides FREE Coffee, FREE desk space, FREE Wifi and FREE popcorn!

Just bring a laptop or whatever you need to get your work done.

WHEN?

Every Wednesday during term time, between 1-5pm.

WHERE?

Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ

Sensor City is a joint venture between The University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University. Located at the gateway to Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter and positioned at the intersection of industry and academia, the global innovation hub facilitates connectivity and fosters progress, promoting sensor solutions and IoT to a global market.

There’s no need to pre-register, simply turn up and get involved.

19 Sep 13:00 - 17:00

Following the success of Jelly Liverpool we are excited to be running Student Jelly @ Sensor City.

WHAT?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City is an informal get-together providing opportunities to meet other students to collaborate with, bounce ideas off or simply to talk to about your new project or idea.

WHO?

No matter what you study or what you create, you’re welcome to come to Student Jelly @ Sensor City to share your talent and learn from others.

WHY ATTEND?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City provides FREE Coffee, FREE desk space, FREE Wifi and FREE popcorn!

Just bring a laptop or whatever you need to get your work done.

WHEN?

Every Wednesday during term time, between 1-5pm.

WHERE?

Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ

Sensor City is a joint venture between The University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University. Located at the gateway to Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter and positioned at the intersection of industry and academia, the global innovation hub facilitates connectivity and fosters progress, promoting sensor solutions and IoT to a global market.

There’s no need to pre-register, simply turn up and get involved.

2 May 13:00 - 17:00

Following the success of Jelly Liverpool we are excited to be running Student Jelly @ Sensor City.

WHAT?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City is an informal get-together providing opportunities to meet other students to collaborate with, bounce ideas off or simply to talk to about your new project or idea.

WHO?

No matter what you study or what you create, you’re welcome to come to Student Jelly @ Sensor City to share your talent and learn from others.

WHY ATTEND?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City provides FREE Coffee, FREE desk space, FREE Wifi and FREE popcorn!

Just bring a laptop or whatever you need to get your work done.

WHEN?

Every Wednesday during term time, between 1-5pm.

WHERE?

Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ

Sensor City is a joint venture between The University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University. Located at the gateway to Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter and positioned at the intersection of industry and academia, the global innovation hub facilitates connectivity and fosters progress, promoting sensor solutions and IoT to a global market.

There’s no need to pre-register, simply turn up and get involved.

4 Apr 13:00 - 17:00

Following the success of Jelly Liverpool we are excited to be running Student Jelly @ Sensor City.

WHAT?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City is an informal get-together providing opportunities to meet other students to collaborate with, bounce ideas off or simply to talk to about your new project or idea.

WHO?

No matter what you study or what you create, you’re welcome to come to Student Jelly @ Sensor City to share your talent and learn from others.

WHY ATTEND?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City provides FREE Coffee, FREE desk space, FREE Wifi and FREE popcorn!

Just bring a laptop or whatever you need to get your work done.

WHEN?

Every Wednesday during term time, between 1-5pm.

WHERE?

Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ

Sensor City is a joint venture between The University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University. Located at the gateway to Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter and positioned at the intersection of industry and academia, the global innovation hub facilitates connectivity and fosters progress, promoting sensor solutions and IoT to a global market.

There’s no need to pre-register, simply turn up and get involved.

7 Mar 13:00 - 17:00

Following the success of Jelly Liverpool we are excited to be running Student Jelly @ Sensor City.

WHAT?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City is an informal get-together providing opportunities to meet other students to collaborate with, bounce ideas off or simply to talk to about your new project or idea.

WHO?

No matter what you study or what you create, you’re welcome to come to Student Jelly @ Sensor City to share your talent and learn from others.

WHY ATTEND?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City provides FREE Coffee, FREE desk space, FREE Wifi and FREE popcorn!

Just bring a laptop or whatever you need to get your work done.

WHEN?

Every Wednesday during term time, between 1-5pm.

WHERE?

Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ

Sensor City is a joint venture between The University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University. Located at the gateway to Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter and positioned at the intersection of industry and academia, the global innovation hub facilitates connectivity and fosters progress, promoting sensor solutions and IoT to a global market.

There’s no need to pre-register, simply turn up and get involved.

26 Mar 16:00 - 16:00

Do you have a NEAT housing idea?

Halton Housing are calling for companies with Novel Environmental Assessment Technology (NEAT) to participate in their upcoming Challenge event.

The deadline for applications is Monday 26th March at 4pm.

Challenge background

With 7,500 homes in the Runcorn and Widnes area in the North West of England, Halton Housing are an innovative and trail-blazing housing trust with a firm commitment to investment in technology – a recognised key to reduced overhead costs and optimum customer service.

Other than occasional manual inspections, Halton Housing have no ongoing visibility of the current state of housing stock. Various consumer smart home kits have been trialled with varied results and the Trust is now seeking a scalable solution to the challenge of remote, predictive monitoring of environmental issues, with a particular emphasis on damp, mould and other humidity/ temperature related issues.

This will allow for pre-emptive maintenance works to avoid damage to properties and any impact on the health and wellbeing of residents.

The Challenge

Halton Housing are calling for solutions which have the ability to predict environmental issues before they arise and move from reactive to pre-emptive maintenance of housing stock.

Who should apply?

Companies with technologies that can help to address the above challenge.

Rules of Engagement

Proposed technology should be capable of immediate deployment within an identified trial base of 50 houses.

Successful applicants will be invited to interview in closed session with Halton Housing and Sensor City experts and must be prepared to present non-confidential information only.

Pitches should cover:

  • What the technology is
  • Where is has been applied previously
  • Evidence of capability to implement mass roll-out

High Level Technology Requirements

> In-situ environmental sensors in houses feeding back to an aggregated point in the cloud that runs over a low cost, low impact infrastructure.

> It is expected that suitable technology will operate over a LoRa network and access to this will be provided for non-commercial trial purposes.

> Early identification of when a property is starting to suffer from moisture / humidity related issues and provision of a live health report for homes, so that the Trust can stage an intervention with a pre-emptive repair or advise customers on behaviour changes.

> Ability to interface this information with the Trust’s existing CRM via an automated workflow.

> Capable of scalable roll out over a large amount of stock.

Key dates

  • Tuesday 20th March (11am–12pm) = Pre-bookable, 10 minute Q&A phone sessions with problem statement owners. (Please specify if you would like to take up this opportunity when registering and provide a phone number for us to call you on. Calls available on a first come, first serve basis).
  • Monday 26th March (4pm) = Deadline for challenge response applications the Eventbrite registration page.
  • Tuesday 27th March = Successful applicants will be notified if they have been selected to pitch their proposed solutions to an expert panel.
  • Monday 9th April = Shortlisted applicants will pitch to the Halton Housing panel in a closed session at Sensor City.

Why apply?

All successful applicants will receive feedback and Halton Housing aims to take applicants successful at the pitch stage forward to a Proof of Concept stage, with the aim of putting a prototype into field trials with a base of 50 identified homes by the end of April.

Proof of Concept deployment is flexible depending on requirement, but would be a partnership likely to be between 8 and 12 weeks in duration.

Halton Housing and Sensor City aim to follow up pilot work with a workshop event for other housing associations to highlight the benefits of the work undertaken, thereby facilitating market access for suitable technologies.

3 Mar 08:30 - 23:59

Hacking Health Liverpool are running a 2-day Health hackathon at Sensor City.

Over the course of the weekend they’ll be uniting Designers, Engineers, Developers, Innovators, Health and Social Care Professionals, Patient/ Service User groups, Entrepreneurs and anyone interested in taking part in creating and designing solutions to healthcare challenges.

By the end of the weekend you will be part of a team that’s designed and/or created a prototype that could help solve health and social care challenges; plus you’ll have made new connections with amazing people from across disciplines in the tech, health and entrepreneurial world.

The hackathon is a collective activity, it transcends individual agendas and gives a voice to all participants, as such your contribution is invaluable.

If you’re already part of an amazing team, you can all come along (although you’ll all need to get your own ticket).

Plus, did we mention there are lots of prizes up for grabs for the winning teams!

Sign up to the HH Liverpool Spark Board to pitch your healthcare challenge for this years’ hackathon.

No challenges springing to mind? No problem. Check out what challenges are already up on the Spark Board and join a team, your skills are invaluable.

The hackathon starts at 8:30am Saturday 3rd of March and once we’ve finished hearing about all the challenges, we’ll form teams and get hacking.

Sunday 4th March, it’s tools down by 12:30pm ready for presentations to the judging panel.

Lunch, dinner and refreshments will be provided, so bring your laptop, your energy and your commitment to innovating healthcare through tech!

21 Feb 13:00 - 17:00

Following the success of Jelly Liverpool we are excited to launch Student Jelly @ Sensor City.

WHAT?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City is an informal get-together providing opportunities to meet other students to collaborate with, bounce ideas off or simply to talk to about your new project or idea.

WHO?

No matter what you study or what you create, you’re welcome to come to Student Jelly @ Sensor City to share your talent and learn from others.

WHY ATTEND?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City provides FREE Coffee, FREE desk space, FREE Wifi and FREE popcorn!

Just bring a laptop or whatever you need to get your work done.

WHEN?

Every Wednesday during term time, between 1-5pm.

WHERE?

Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ

Sensor City is a joint venture between The University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University. Located at the gateway to Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter and positioned at the intersection of industry and academia, the global innovation hub facilitates connectivity and fosters progress, promoting sensor solutions and IoT to a global market.

There’s no need to pre-register, simply turn up and get involved.

27 Mar 08:30 - 11:00

Sensor City is excited to announce a morning event for SMEs and entrepreneurs looking to broaden their knowledge of the funding landscape and receive one-to-one consultation on the routes available to raise finance.

This event is designed to provide you with relevant insights and practical resources that can be applied to your business.

You will find out the key things that investors look for and how to create compelling investment documents.

In addition to this, you will be given the opportunity to have a free one-to-one consultation with a member of G by Grant Thornton’s Growth Finance team to discuss specific options for your business.

The funding clinic will be led by ‘G by Grant Thornton’. Their Growth Finance team has worked on over 350 fundraising transactions for businesses seeking up to £10m of debt and equity finance.

Hosted at Sensor City, the talks and consultations will be followed by networking opportunities, where you can make valuable connections with likeminded business owners who, like you, are looking externally to raise growth finance.

AGENDA

  • 8:30am – Registration and networking
  • 9am – Session begins
  • 10am – Networking and 1-2-1s
  • 11am – Close

Places are limited for this free event, so please sign up early to avoid disappointment.

29 May 08:30 - 10:30

Communicating the benefits of your products or services will enable your customers to understand the value of your offering. 

Developing customer value propositions help you to communicate your true worth to your customers.  If distinctive, measurable and sustainable they also arm you against your competition.

 Placed at the core of your marketing activities and done well, your customer value propositions will:

 ·        Help you market your product or service more successfully

·         Win more orders

·         Increase your profitability

This is a two hour, interactive, marketing workshop.  You will be given the tools, processes, time and guidance to focus on your business and your competitors. 

You will need your business cards for one of the exercises so please bring plenty along with you.

The workshop will be delivered by Cynara Livera of Clearly, Simply, Truly Marketing Management; a marketing strategist and planner.

Cynara began her career as a post graduate chemist and strongly believes that marketing is more a science than a black art.

New product development highlighted the importance of market driven, not technology led, product and service development. From there her role became more customer focused as she moved into marketing research and ultimately full-service marketing management. 

Cynara practises evidence based marketing and takes a systematic, pragmatic approach to customer engagement.

 

1 May 08:30 - 10:30

Growing a business needs more than an innovative product or service. To maximise its success, it needs strategic marketing and public relations (PR) to achieve long-term, profitable growth.

But what does strategic marketing and PR look like?

Marketing and public relations professionals, Karen Williams, Cynara Livera and Jon Clements, will show you how to get the best from your marketing and PR in this free, 2 hour session.

That will include advice around:

STRATEGIC MARKETING:

  • Understanding your market place, your competitors and your capabilities.
  • Identifying your gap in the market.
  • Being innovative, authentic and consistent
  • Focusing on customer engagement
  • Adding value to both the customer and the business
  • Understanding the roles of Marketing and Sales in a digital world.

STRATEGIC PR:

  • Designing a PR strategy
  • The value of “earned” media
  • Understanding the journalist’s view of news and advertising
  • Giving the media something they want
  • News values and spin
  • Measuring the impact of PR activity on audience perceptions

Your workshop presenters:

Karen Williams of Crescendo Consulting uses an evidence-driven approach to help clients understand market opportunities and create effective communications. She works with companies of all shapes and sizes – from UK start-ups to major global brands.

Cynara Livera of Clearly, Simply, Truly Marketing Management started her career in new product development as a research chemist in the chemical industry before becoming a qualified marketing professional.  Cynara strongly believes marketing is a science not a black art.

Jon Clements of Metamorphic PR is a Chartered Public Relations Practitioner specialising in B2B communications. A former journalist, he has provided PR consultancy for 20 years to many companies operating in complex, technical industries.

 

22 Mar 09:30 - 12:00

If you are an innovator looking for support to help you grow your business, join us at a KTN’s monthly informal information and networking drop-in event at Sensor City, Liverpool.

The session is designed to support digital companies and learn more about the Innovate UK family including, the Digital Catapult and the Knowledge Transfer Network as well as other organisations that have opportunities and support for UK based businesses across all sectors.

The engaging speakers will highlight a range of upcoming opportunities and various benefits for digital companies, researchers and academic institutions working across a diverse range of sectors.

At the session, you’ll be able to:

  • Discover more about the various forms of support available from Innovate UK
  • Meet advisors who can help you navigate the innovation landscape as well as make valuable business introductions
  • Learn about the how the Knowledge Transfer Network and the Digital Catapult works with businesses
  • Find out more about Sensor City’s technical expertise, business support and international platform SMEs need to collaborate, fund and promote sensor solutions and IoT to a global market.
  • Explore the challenges and opportunities of Industry 4.0 together, and understand how LCR 4.0 helps SMEs in the Liverpool City Region to increase productivity and de-risk innovation.
  • Introduce your own digital business to others via 3 minute showcasing presentations
  • Network with other businesses


If you are interested in giving a 3 minute presentation:

Presentation slots are given on a first come first served basis at the event, by signing up on the sheet provided on the day (we encourage 1st time speakers only each month).

There will be a projector and laptop available at the venue.

You can bring a maximum of 2 slides with you on a USB. (Ensure that you leave enough time for your audience Q&A)

Register your place at Sensor City today!

18 Apr 07:30 - 10:00

Liverpool is at a crossroads. The digital & creative; health & life sciences; and innovation sectors are now major employers, alongside advanced manufacturing, food & drink and the visitor economy. Energy has also been identified as a key sector, including tidal energy.

Liverpool has negotiated its own City Deal; Steve Rotheram was voted the first Metro Mayor of Liverpool City Region; and the opening of Liverpool2 at the Port of Liverpool has raised the region’s profile on a global stage.

IFB 2018 takes place in June but what is the long-term future of the city region? How important are clusters to the region’s economy and who are the companies and the enablers to make that happen?

What role have the universities got in creating a centre of excellence for digital, creative and technology and does the city have the right property and infrastructure in place?

BusinessCloud’s latest business breakfast event – ‘Are clusters Liverpool City Region’s secret weapon?’ – will ask these questions and many more. We’ll shine a light on some of the region’s best companies and look at what needs to happen next.

Confirmed speakers:

  • Asif Hamid MBE, CEO, The Contact Company
  • Mark Whitworth, Chief Executive Officer, Peel Ports Group
  • Tom Dawes, Group CEO, Valuechain
  • Steve Rotheram, Metro Mayor, Liverpool City Region
  • Alison Mitchell, Executive Director, Sensor City 

Register now to join us at The Contact Company, Kingsgate House, Grange Road East, Birkenhead, CH41 5FD.

9 Mar 08:45 - 15:30

EdTechTeam are running a one day bootcamp, explore the core areas of G Suite to increase professional learning and leadership, efficiency in the classroom and student learning and creativity.

They’ll explore several tools in Google’s Level 1 curriculum, all of which are taught within the context of meaningful use with students and teachers.

Segments include the Chrome browser, search techniques, and Google Classroom… as well as Google Drive, Docs, Slides, Spreadsheets, Forms, Calendar, Sites and Groups. Gmail, Hangouts, and YouTube are also included.

In addition to the tools, participants are exposed to critical student skill sets necessary for learning in an online environment.

Registration includes a voucher for the Level 1 Certified Educator Exam. 

7 Mar 14:00 - 16:30

BACKGROUND

Are you a company looking to add up and coming talent to your team?

Are you a student looking for a placement in industry?

LCR 4.0 at Sensor City has teamed up with the University of Liverpool to run a skills matching event.

The event will help SMEs and larger corporates to find suitable students, within the sensor and engineering fields, to fill any knowledge and resource gaps they may have, whilst providing the opportunity for students to find a placement within a real-world, working environment.

Additionally, as the University of Liverpool is one of Santander’s partner universities, UK registered SMEs have access to Santander contributions of up to £1,500 per intern (capped at 5 internships per year) towards a placement ranging from 1-10 weeks. We are hoping to be able to provide more detailed advice on this funding opportunity at the event.

Click here for more information about the students’ skills and ideas for placement projects.

WHY TAKE PART?

Benefits for companies

  • Chance to pitch and promote your business to a captive, sector relevant audience
  • Direct access to students with sector specific knowledge and expertise within the sensor and engineering fields
  • Opportunity to meet an enthusiastic pool of talent who are keen to work in a business like yours
  • Apply for funding from Santander towards student placements
  • No predetermined salaries to cover, as the cost of placements can be negotiated with the student

Benefits for students

  • Meet industry experts who are looking to offer placements to students and graduates
  • Gain practical skills and learn from innovative entrepreneurs and business leaders
  • Opportunity to work on real time projects and problem solving
  • Chance to give your CV out directly into the hands of relevant companies

AGENDA

2:00pm: Registration and refreshments

2:30pm: Welcome from LCR 4.0 team at Sensor City

2:35pm: Companies present some of their current challenges and discuss where a placement is required.*

3:00pm: Introduction to some University of Liverpool Undergraduate students.*

3:10pm: Introduction to some University of Liverpool MSc students.*

3:20pm: Networking and refreshments – Companies and students to interact in an informal environment to find their best match.

4:30pm: Close

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

For more information about the duration, location and content of student placements, please read this handy guide.

Even if you’re not looking to offer or take part in a project at this current time, attending this event will be a valuable experience to begin to explore the talent and opportunities available within the Liverpool City Region.

Places are limited, so please register today.

* Length of presentations may vary depending on the level of interest received.

19 Jul 09:30 - 17:00

So what is Jelly about?

Jelly Liverpool offers those who work independently or remotely an environment where they can broaden their network whilst continuing with work.

It’s also been described as a pop-up office.

Jelly Liverpool enables you to escape your normal working environment, be that the spare room, rented desk space or usual café and join in what has become the co-working event that enables people to make new contacts in an informal way, whilst still allowing them to work on their deadlines and maintain productivity.

Come & join us in Liverpool for a day of co-working.

Newcomers made very welcome, so if this is your first time at Jelly Liverpool then ask for Lydia, Dan or Neil your hosts.

No matter what you do or what you create, you’re welcome to come to Jelly Liverpool.

Mingle with like-minded creative & digital people. It’s a great way to put faces to those you follow on Twitter and more importantly it’s free…Free wifi, Free desk space, Free coffee.

Bring your own laptop and a friendly disposition. Pop in for an hour or 2 or come work for the full day. New faces made very welcome.

20 Dec 09:30 - 17:00

So what is Jelly about?

Jelly Liverpool offers those who work independently or remotely an environment where they can broaden their network whilst continuing with work.

It’s also been described as a pop-up office.

Jelly Liverpool enables you to escape your normal working environment, be that the spare room, rented desk space or usual café and join in what has become the co-working event that enables people to make new contacts in an informal way, whilst still allowing them to work on their deadlines and maintain productivity.

Come & join us in Liverpool for a day of co-working.

Newcomers made very welcome, so if this is your first time at Jelly Liverpool then ask for Lydia, Dan or Neil your hosts.

No matter what you do or what you create, you’re welcome to come to Jelly Liverpool.

Mingle with like-minded creative & digital people. It’s a great way to put faces to those you follow on Twitter and more importantly it’s free…Free wifi, Free desk space, Free coffee.

Bring your own laptop and a friendly disposition. Pop in for an hour or 2 or come work for the full day. New faces made very welcome.

15 Nov 09:30 - 17:00

So what is Jelly about?

Jelly Liverpool offers those who work independently or remotely an environment where they can broaden their network whilst continuing with work.

It’s also been described as a pop-up office.

Jelly Liverpool enables you to escape your normal working environment, be that the spare room, rented desk space or usual café and join in what has become the co-working event that enables people to make new contacts in an informal way, whilst still allowing them to work on their deadlines and maintain productivity.

Come & join us in Liverpool for a day of co-working.

Newcomers made very welcome, so if this is your first time at Jelly Liverpool then ask for Lydia, Dan or Neil your hosts.

No matter what you do or what you create, you’re welcome to come to Jelly Liverpool.

Mingle with like-minded creative & digital people. It’s a great way to put faces to those you follow on Twitter and more importantly it’s free…Free wifi, Free desk space, Free coffee.

Bring your own laptop and a friendly disposition. Pop in for an hour or 2 or come work for the full day. New faces made very welcome.

18 Oct 09:30 - 17:00

So what is Jelly about?

Jelly Liverpool offers those who work independently or remotely an environment where they can broaden their network whilst continuing with work.

It’s also been described as a pop-up office.

Jelly Liverpool enables you to escape your normal working environment, be that the spare room, rented desk space or usual café and join in what has become the co-working event that enables people to make new contacts in an informal way, whilst still allowing them to work on their deadlines and maintain productivity.

Come & join us in Liverpool for a day of co-working.

Newcomers made very welcome, so if this is your first time at Jelly Liverpool then ask for Lydia, Dan or Neil your hosts.

No matter what you do or what you create, you’re welcome to come to Jelly Liverpool.

Mingle with like-minded creative & digital people. It’s a great way to put faces to those you follow on Twitter and more importantly it’s free…Free wifi, Free desk space, Free coffee.

Bring your own laptop and a friendly disposition. Pop in for an hour or 2 or come work for the full day. New faces made very welcome.

20 Sep 09:30 - 17:00

So what is Jelly about?

Jelly Liverpool offers those who work independently or remotely an environment where they can broaden their network whilst continuing with work.

It’s also been described as a pop-up office.

Jelly Liverpool enables you to escape your normal working environment, be that the spare room, rented desk space or usual café and join in what has become the co-working event that enables people to make new contacts in an informal way, whilst still allowing them to work on their deadlines and maintain productivity.

Come & join us in Liverpool for a day of co-working.

Newcomers made very welcome, so if this is your first time at Jelly Liverpool then ask for Lydia, Dan or Neil your hosts.

No matter what you do or what you create, you’re welcome to come to Jelly Liverpool.

Mingle with like-minded creative & digital people. It’s a great way to put faces to those you follow on Twitter and more importantly it’s free…Free wifi, Free desk space, Free coffee.

Bring your own laptop and a friendly disposition. Pop in for an hour or 2 or come work for the full day. New faces made very welcome.

16 Aug 09:30 - 17:00

So what is Jelly about?

Jelly Liverpool offers those who work independently or remotely an environment where they can broaden their network whilst continuing with work.

It’s also been described as a pop-up office.

Jelly Liverpool enables you to escape your normal working environment, be that the spare room, rented desk space or usual café and join in what has become the co-working event that enables people to make new contacts in an informal way, whilst still allowing them to work on their deadlines and maintain productivity.

Come & join us in Liverpool for a day of co-working.

Newcomers made very welcome, so if this is your first time at Jelly Liverpool then ask for Lydia, Dan or Neil your hosts.

No matter what you do or what you create, you’re welcome to come to Jelly Liverpool.

Mingle with like-minded creative & digital people. It’s a great way to put faces to those you follow on Twitter and more importantly it’s free…Free wifi, Free desk space, Free coffee.

Bring your own laptop and a friendly disposition. Pop in for an hour or 2 or come work for the full day. New faces made very welcome.

21 Jun 09:30 - 17:00

So what is Jelly about?

Jelly Liverpool offers those who work independently or remotely an environment where they can broaden their network whilst continuing with work.

It’s also been described as a pop-up office.

Jelly Liverpool enables you to escape your normal working environment, be that the spare room, rented desk space or usual café and join in what has become the co-working event that enables people to make new contacts in an informal way, whilst still allowing them to work on their deadlines and maintain productivity.

Come & join us in Liverpool for a day of co-working.

Newcomers made very welcome, so if this is your first time at Jelly Liverpool then ask for Lydia, Dan or Neil your hosts.

No matter what you do or what you create, you’re welcome to come to Jelly Liverpool.

Mingle with like-minded creative & digital people. It’s a great way to put faces to those you follow on Twitter and more importantly it’s free…Free wifi, Free desk space, Free coffee.

Bring your own laptop and a friendly disposition. Pop in for an hour or 2 or come work for the full day. New faces made very welcome.

17 May 09:30 - 17:00

So what is Jelly about?

Jelly Liverpool offers those who work independently or remotely an environment where they can broaden their network whilst continuing with work.

It’s also been described as a pop-up office.

Jelly Liverpool enables you to escape your normal working environment, be that the spare room, rented desk space or usual café and join in what has become the co-working event that enables people to make new contacts in an informal way, whilst still allowing them to work on their deadlines and maintain productivity.

Come & join us in Liverpool for a day of co-working.

Newcomers made very welcome, so if this is your first time at Jelly Liverpool then ask for Lydia, Dan or Neil your hosts.

No matter what you do or what you create, you’re welcome to come to Jelly Liverpool.

Mingle with like-minded creative & digital people. It’s a great way to put faces to those you follow on Twitter and more importantly it’s free…Free wifi, Free desk space, Free coffee.

Bring your own laptop and a friendly disposition. Pop in for an hour or 2 or come work for the full day. New faces made very welcome.

19 Apr 09:30 - 17:00

So what is Jelly about?

Jelly Liverpool offers those who work independently or remotely an environment where they can broaden their network whilst continuing with work.

It’s also been described as a pop-up office.

Jelly Liverpool enables you to escape your normal working environment, be that the spare room, rented desk space or usual café and join in what has become the co-working event that enables people to make new contacts in an informal way, whilst still allowing them to work on their deadlines and maintain productivity.

Come & join us in Liverpool for a day of co-working.

Newcomers made very welcome, so if this is your first time at Jelly Liverpool then ask for Lydia, Dan or Neil your hosts.

No matter what you do or what you create, you’re welcome to come to Jelly Liverpool.

Mingle with like-minded creative & digital people. It’s a great way to put faces to those you follow on Twitter and more importantly it’s free…Free wifi, Free desk space, Free coffee.

Bring your own laptop and a friendly disposition. Pop in for an hour or 2 or come work for the full day. New faces made very welcome.

15 Mar 09:30 - 17:00

So what is Jelly about?

Jelly Liverpool offers those who work independently or remotely an environment where they can broaden their network whilst continuing with work.

It’s also been described as a pop-up office.

Jelly Liverpool enables you to escape your normal working environment, be that the spare room, rented desk space or usual café and join in what has become the co-working event that enables people to make new contacts in an informal way, whilst still allowing them to work on their deadlines and maintain productivity.

Come & join us at Sensor City for a day of co-working.

Newcomers made very welcome, so if this is your first time at Jelly Liverpool then ask for Lydia, Dan or Neil your hosts.

No matter what you do or what you create, you’re welcome to come to Jelly Liverpool.

Mingle with like-minded creative & digital people. It’s a great way to put faces to those you follow on Twitter and more importantly it’s free…Free wifi, Free desk space, Free coffee.

Bring your own laptop and a friendly disposition. Pop in for an hour or 2 or come work for the full day. New faces made very welcome.

15 Feb 09:30 - 17:00

So what is Jelly about?

Jelly Liverpool offers those who work independently or remotely an environment where they can broaden their network whilst continuing with work.

It’s also been described as a pop-up office.

Jelly Liverpool enables you to escape your normal working environment, be that the spare room, rented desk space or usual café and join in what has become the co-working event that enables people to make new contacts in an informal way, whilst still allowing them to work on their deadlines and maintain productivity.

Come & join us at Sensor City for a day of co-working.

Newcomers made very welcome, so if this is your first time at Jelly Liverpool then ask for Lydia, Dan or Neil your hosts.

No matter what you do or what you create, you’re welcome to come to Jelly Liverpool.

Mingle with like-minded creative & digital people. It’s a great way to put faces to those you follow on Twitter and more importantly it’s free…Free wifi, Free desk space, Free coffee.

Bring your own laptop and a friendly disposition. Pop in for an hour or 2 or come work for the full day. New faces made very welcome.

22 Mar 09:15 - 14:00

COURSE DESCRIPTION

LCR 4.0 at Sensor City, in association with DJB Instruments UK, will be running a free, half day training course on the science and practical use of accelerometers.

It is aimed at maximising the quality of your data looking at the correct techniques for each application, from the principles of operation and accelerometer types, through to factors such as the importance of correct cable use, noise control and mounting methods.

There will be an opportunity for a Q&A session at the end and light refreshments will be provided.

COURSE CONTENT

Principles of operation – Piezoelectric effect, materials used

Accelerometer types and correct selection – Construction, charge output, IEPE, temperature effects, mass loading, sensitivity, common problems, pros and cons

Importance of correct cable use – low noise or non-low noise, what happens if you get it wrong, signal loss, tribo-electric noise, cable fixing, connectors

Mounting methods and which to use – stud, wax, adhesive, magnets, tape, which and why, isolation, ground loops

Associated instrumentation – Charge amplifiers, IEPE voltage conditioning, data acquisition

AGENDA

  • 9:15am – Registration
  • 9:30am – Training starts
  • 11:00am – Break
  • 11:15am – Training continues
  • 12:30pm – Q&A
  • 12:45pm – Networking and refreshments

FEEDBACK FROM PREVIOUS DELEGATES

“I found the course very interesting and feel it gave me some very useful information and turned me into a far more conscious accelerometer user.”

“The presentations themselves were excellent, detailing the basics all the way up to the advanced concepts has given me a lot to think about in our own internal setup. The presenters were knowledgeable and were always keen to answer questions, even on specialist or challenging topics.”

22 Mar 09:30 - 12:30

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This is a free, half day training course on the science and practical use of accelerometers.

It is aimed at maximising the quality of your data looking at the correct techniques for each application, from the principles of operation and accelerometer types, through to factors such as the importance of correct cable use, noise control and mounting methods.

There will an opportunity for a Q&A session and light refreshments will be provided.

COURSE CONTENT

Principles of operation – Piezoelectric effect, materials used

Accelerometer types and correct selection – Construction, charge output, IEPE, temperature effects, mass loading, sensitivity, common problems, pros and cons

Importance of correct cable use – low noise or non-low noise, what happens if you get it wrong, signal loss, tribo-electric noise, cable fixing, connectors

Mounting methods and which to use – stud, wax, adhesive, magnets, tape, which and why, isolation, ground loops

Associated instrumentation – Charge amplifiers, IEPE voltage conditioning, data acquisition

FEEDBACK FROM PREVIOUS DELEGATES

“I found the course very interesting and feel it gave me some very useful information and turned me into a far more conscious accelerometer user.”

“The presentations themselves were excellent, detailing the basics all the way up to the advanced concepts has given me a lot to think about in our own internal setup. The presenters were knowledgeable and were always keen to answer questions, even on specialist or challenging topics.”

5 Feb 12:30 - 17:00

Come along to the next North West LabVIEW User Group session and learn about LabVIEW with expert presentations and interactive sessions.

AGENDA

12.30pm – Registration & Lunch

1:00pm – Time Critical Network Communication for Industrial Robots
Robotic devices that work autonomously in harsh environments need robust communications systems with accurate timing information. In this session, we will discuss practical strategies and examples for device communication in time-critical situations.
Peter Whiteley – CLD, Metis Automation

1.45pm – Coffee Break & Networking

2:00pm – UML and OOP in LabVIEW
A simple introduction to UML and show how we can autogenerate LabVIEW classes from the UML designs
David Maidman – CLA, Control Software Solutions

2.45pm – Coffee Break & Networking

3:00pm – LabVIEW Coding Challenge
*An interactive session with coding challenges, bring your laptop to take part!
Simon Carter – TCMS

3.45pm – Coffee Break & Networking

4.00pm – Tour of Sensor City
Sensor City fosters the creation, development, production and promotion of cutting-edge sensor technologies for use in a wide range of sectors.

Come and join us at this free event and improve your LabVIEW skills.

Organised by Metis Automation Ltd
© Metis Automation 2017 , All rights reserved.

28 Feb 09:30 - 12:30

IET and LCR 4.0 are coming together to host an event, inviting North West businesses to learn about Industry 4.0, the LCR 4.0 Project (partly ERDF funded) as well as the opportunity to meet all of the partners involved and to learn more about their contributions so far.

Date: 28th February 2018
Location: The Atrium, Sci-Tech Daresbury, Daresbury, Cheshire WA4 4AD
Type of event: Lectures and Demonstrations
IET Sectors: Design and Production, Information and Communications

Agenda

9:30 a.m – Welcome and Refreshments

10:00 a.m – Welcome by IET and LCR 4.0 delivery partner presentations
• Simon Reid, Liverpool LEP: Introduction to Industry 4.0 & LCR 4.0
• Andrew Borland, Commercialisation Manager for the Virtual Engineering Centre (University of Liverpool)
• Tom Kirkham, Business Development Manager for STFC Hartree Centre
• Anthony Walker, Strategic Manager for Liverpool John Moores University
• Alison Mitchell, Executive Director for Sensor City

12:30 p.m – Networking and Finish

Reasons to attend

  • Gain an insight into the free support and technology demonstrator available in the City region.
  • Learn how Industry 4.0 technologies have been applied by other companies in the region.
  • Meet potential partners and collaborators to develop new technologies.
  • The event gives attendees chance to network with members interested in this field.
  • Attendance to this event will contribute to build your Continued Professional Development Record.
2 Sep 09:00 - 17:00

The 11th International Conference on the Developments in eSystems Engineering will continue the success of the previous DeSe conferences. The main theme of DeSE2018 is Data Science and Internet of Everything (IoE).

DeSE2018 will be held from the 2nd to 5th September 2018 in Cambridge, England, UK.

It will provide a leading forum for disseminating the latest results in eSystem Development, Data Science and Big Data Research, IoT Development, and Applications, Big Data, Smart City, Smart Health, Smart Living and Smart Home, Health networking, Learning Analytics, Business Intelligence, Cloud Computing.

3 Dec 10:00 - 16:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in Sensor developments to discuss their interest with an engineering expert in sensor development. A range of expert input is available on a daily basis according to the following schedule.


Monday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Jeff Cullen

Areas of expertise: Sensor system design; Pollution and environmental monitoring; Geographic Information Systems (GIS); real time monitoring and mapping; Energy performance monitoring; use of microwaves for heating; fuel remediation; assessment of weld quality.

Email J.D.Cullen@ljmu.ac.uk


Tuesday 14:00 – 16:00

Prof. Andy Shaw

Areas of expertise: Microwave technologies; structural monitoring; industrial process measurement; material processing; energy production from waste.

Email A.Shaw@ljmu.ac.uk


Wednesday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Muhammad Ateeq

Areas of expertise: Design and development of sensors & systems; microwave heating/processing of materials; 2D/3D modelling and simulations; renewable energy technologies; real time monitoring and mapping; Geographic Information system (GIS); energy assessment and carbon footprint; CAFM systems.

Email M.Ateeq@ljmu.ac.uk


Thursday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr. Patryk Kot

Areas of expertise: Structural health monitoring; energy from waste; Sensor design and development; 3D modelling and simulations; Real time monitoring; Non-destructive testing; Data automation; Instrument Control

Email P.Kot@ljmu.ac.uk 


Friday 10:00 – 12:00

Badr M. Abdullah

Areas of expertise: Sensors and Instrumentation in the built environment, Non-invasive monitoring technologies for the healthcare, agriculture and food industry, Monitoring of hazardous environments such as TIG/MIG welding, Microwave technologies, Industrial IoT, Structural Health Monitoring.

Email B.M.Abdullah@ljmu.ac.uk


Please email the expert directly whose subject area is of interest to you.

Ensure that you include “Sensor City Surgery Request” in the email subject line in order to secure your session.

5 Nov 10:00 - 16:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in Sensor developments to discuss their interest with an engineering expert in sensor development. A range of expert input is available on a daily basis according to the following schedule.


Monday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Jeff Cullen

Areas of expertise: Sensor system design; Pollution and environmental monitoring; Geographic Information Systems (GIS); real time monitoring and mapping; Energy performance monitoring; use of microwaves for heating; fuel remediation; assessment of weld quality.

Email J.D.Cullen@ljmu.ac.uk


Tuesday 14:00 – 16:00

Prof. Andy Shaw

Areas of expertise: Microwave technologies; structural monitoring; industrial process measurement; material processing; energy production from waste.

Email A.Shaw@ljmu.ac.uk


Wednesday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Muhammad Ateeq

Areas of expertise: Sensors & instrumentation for manufacturing, material characterisation, healthcare, process control, structural health monitoring; Microwave heating/processing of materials for construction & waste management; 2D/3D modelling and simulations; Real-time monitoring and mapping through Geographic Information systems (GIS), RFIDs; Industrial IOT; Renewable energy technologies; Energy assessment and carbon footprint; CAFM systems.

Email M.Ateeq@ljmu.ac.uk


Thursday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr. Patryk Kot

Areas of expertise: Structural health monitoring; energy from waste; Sensor design and development; 3D modelling and simulations; Real time monitoring; Non-destructive testing; Data automation; Instrument Control

Email P.Kot@ljmu.ac.uk 


Friday 10:00 – 12:00

Badr M. Abdullah

Areas of expertise: Sensors and Instrumentation in the built environment, Non-invasive monitoring technologies for the healthcare, agriculture and food industry, Monitoring of hazardous environments such as TIG/MIG welding, Microwave technologies, Industrial IoT, Structural Health Monitoring.

Email B.M.Abdullah@ljmu.ac.uk


Please email the expert directly whose subject area is of interest to you.

Ensure that you include “Sensor City Surgery Request” in the email subject line in order to secure your session.

1 Oct 10:00 - 16:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in Sensor developments to discuss their interest with an engineering expert in sensor development. A range of expert input is available on a daily basis according to the following schedule.


Monday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Jeff Cullen

Areas of expertise: Sensor system design; Pollution and environmental monitoring; Geographic Information Systems (GIS); real time monitoring and mapping; Energy performance monitoring; use of microwaves for heating; fuel remediation; assessment of weld quality.

Email J.D.Cullen@ljmu.ac.uk


Tuesday 14:00 – 16:00

Prof. Andy Shaw

Areas of expertise: Microwave technologies; structural monitoring; industrial process measurement; material processing; energy production from waste.

Email A.Shaw@ljmu.ac.uk


Wednesday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Muhammad Ateeq

Areas of expertise: Sensors & instrumentation for manufacturing, material characterisation, healthcare, process control, structural health monitoring; Microwave heating/processing of materials for construction & waste management; 2D/3D modelling and simulations; Real-time monitoring and mapping through Geographic Information systems (GIS), RFIDs; Industrial IOT; Renewable energy technologies; Energy assessment and carbon footprint; CAFM systems.

Email M.Ateeq@ljmu.ac.uk


Thursday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr. Patryk Kot

Areas of expertise: Structural health monitoring; energy from waste; Sensor design and development; 3D modelling and simulations; Real time monitoring; Non-destructive testing; Data automation; Instrument Control

Email P.Kot@ljmu.ac.uk 


Friday 10:00 – 12:00

Badr M. Abdullah

Areas of expertise: Sensors and Instrumentation in the built environment, Non-invasive monitoring technologies for the healthcare, agriculture and food industry, Monitoring of hazardous environments such as TIG/MIG welding, Microwave technologies, Industrial IoT, Structural Health Monitoring.

Email B.M.Abdullah@ljmu.ac.uk


Please email the expert directly whose subject area is of interest to you.

Ensure that you include “Sensor City Surgery Request” in the email subject line in order to secure your session.

3 Sep 10:00 - 16:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in Sensor developments to discuss their interest with an engineering expert in sensor development. A range of expert input is available on a daily basis according to the following schedule.


Monday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Jeff Cullen

Areas of expertise: Sensor system design; Pollution and environmental monitoring; Geographic Information Systems (GIS); real time monitoring and mapping; Energy performance monitoring; use of microwaves for heating; fuel remediation; assessment of weld quality.

Email J.D.Cullen@ljmu.ac.uk


Tuesday 14:00 – 16:00

Prof. Andy Shaw

Areas of expertise: Microwave technologies; structural monitoring; industrial process measurement; material processing; energy production from waste.

Email A.Shaw@ljmu.ac.uk


Wednesday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Muhammad Ateeq

Areas of expertise: Sensors & instrumentation for manufacturing, material characterisation, healthcare, process control, structural health monitoring; Microwave heating/processing of materials for construction & waste management; 2D/3D modelling and simulations; Real-time monitoring and mapping through Geographic Information systems (GIS), RFIDs; Industrial IOT; Renewable energy technologies; Energy assessment and carbon footprint; CAFM systems.

Email M.Ateeq@ljmu.ac.uk


Thursday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr. Patryk Kot

Areas of expertise: Structural health monitoring; energy from waste; Sensor design and development; 3D modelling and simulations; Real time monitoring; Non-destructive testing; Data automation; Instrument Control

Email P.Kot@ljmu.ac.uk 


Friday 10:00 – 12:00

Badr M. Abdullah

Areas of expertise: Sensors and Instrumentation in the built environment, Non-invasive monitoring technologies for the healthcare, agriculture and food industry, Monitoring of hazardous environments such as TIG/MIG welding, Microwave technologies, Industrial IoT, Structural Health Monitoring.

Email B.M.Abdullah@ljmu.ac.uk


Please email the expert directly whose subject area is of interest to you.

Ensure that you include “Sensor City Surgery Request” in the email subject line in order to secure your session.

6 Aug Ground Floor 10:00 - 16:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in Sensor developments to discuss their interest with an engineering expert in sensor development. A range of expert input is available on a daily basis according to the following schedule.


Monday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Jeff Cullen

Areas of expertise: Sensor system design; Pollution and environmental monitoring; Geographic Information Systems (GIS); real time monitoring and mapping; Energy performance monitoring; use of microwaves for heating; fuel remediation; assessment of weld quality.

Email J.D.Cullen@ljmu.ac.uk


Tuesday 14:00 – 16:00

Prof. Andy Shaw

Areas of expertise: Microwave technologies; structural monitoring; industrial process measurement; material processing; energy production from waste.

Email A.Shaw@ljmu.ac.uk


Wednesday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Muhammad Ateeq

Areas of expertise: Sensors & instrumentation for manufacturing, material characterisation, healthcare, process control, structural health monitoring; Microwave heating/processing of materials for construction & waste management; 2D/3D modelling and simulations; Real-time monitoring and mapping through Geographic Information systems (GIS), RFIDs; Industrial IOT; Renewable energy technologies; Energy assessment and carbon footprint; CAFM systems.

Email M.Ateeq@ljmu.ac.uk


Thursday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr. Patryk Kot

Areas of expertise: Structural health monitoring; energy from waste; Sensor design and development; 3D modelling and simulations; Real time monitoring; Non-destructive testing; Data automation; Instrument Control

Email P.Kot@ljmu.ac.uk 


Friday 10:00 – 12:00

Badr M. Abdullah

Areas of expertise: Sensors and Instrumentation in the built environment, Non-invasive monitoring technologies for the healthcare, agriculture and food industry, Monitoring of hazardous environments such as TIG/MIG welding, Microwave technologies, Industrial IoT, Structural Health Monitoring.

Email B.M.Abdullah@ljmu.ac.uk


Please email the expert directly whose subject area is of interest to you.

Ensure that you include “Sensor City Surgery Request” in the email subject line in order to secure your session.

2 Jul 10:00 - 16:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in Sensor developments to discuss their interest with an engineering expert in sensor development. A range of expert input is available on a daily basis according to the following schedule.


Monday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Jeff Cullen

Areas of expertise: Sensor system design; Pollution and environmental monitoring; Geographic Information Systems (GIS); real time monitoring and mapping; Energy performance monitoring; use of microwaves for heating; fuel remediation; assessment of weld quality.

Email J.D.Cullen@ljmu.ac.uk


Tuesday 14:00 – 16:00

Prof. Andy Shaw

Areas of expertise: Microwave technologies; structural monitoring; industrial process measurement; material processing; energy production from waste.

Email A.Shaw@ljmu.ac.uk


Wednesday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Muhammad Ateeq

Areas of expertise: Sensors & instrumentation for manufacturing, material characterisation, healthcare, process control, structural health monitoring; Microwave heating/processing of materials for construction & waste management; 2D/3D modelling and simulations; Real-time monitoring and mapping through Geographic Information systems (GIS), RFIDs; Industrial IOT; Renewable energy technologies; Energy assessment and carbon footprint; CAFM systems.

Email M.Ateeq@ljmu.ac.uk


Thursday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr. Patryk Kot

Areas of expertise: Structural health monitoring; energy from waste; Sensor design and development; 3D modelling and simulations; Real time monitoring; Non-destructive testing; Data automation; Instrument Control

Email P.Kot@ljmu.ac.uk 


Friday 10:00 – 12:00

Badr M. Abdullah

Areas of expertise: Sensors and Instrumentation in the built environment, Non-invasive monitoring technologies for the healthcare, agriculture and food industry, Monitoring of hazardous environments such as TIG/MIG welding, Microwave technologies, Industrial IoT, Structural Health Monitoring.

Email B.M.Abdullah@ljmu.ac.uk


Please email the expert directly whose subject area is of interest to you.

Ensure that you include “Sensor City Surgery Request” in the email subject line in order to secure your session.

4 Jun 10:00 - 16:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in Sensor developments to discuss their interest with an engineering expert in sensor development. A range of expert input is available on a daily basis according to the following schedule.


Monday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Jeff Cullen

Areas of expertise: Sensor system design; Pollution and environmental monitoring; Geographic Information Systems (GIS); real time monitoring and mapping; Energy performance monitoring; use of microwaves for heating; fuel remediation; assessment of weld quality.

Email J.D.Cullen@ljmu.ac.uk


Tuesday 14:00 – 16:00

Prof. Andy Shaw

Areas of expertise: Microwave technologies; structural monitoring; industrial process measurement; material processing; energy production from waste.

Email A.Shaw@ljmu.ac.uk


Wednesday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Muhammad Ateeq

Areas of expertise: Sensors & instrumentation for manufacturing, material characterisation, healthcare, process control, structural health monitoring; Microwave heating/processing of materials for construction & waste management; 2D/3D modelling and simulations; Real-time monitoring and mapping through Geographic Information systems (GIS), RFIDs; Industrial IOT; Renewable energy technologies; Energy assessment and carbon footprint; CAFM systems.

Email M.Ateeq@ljmu.ac.uk


Thursday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr. Patryk Kot

Areas of expertise: Structural health monitoring; energy from waste; Sensor design and development; 3D modelling and simulations; Real time monitoring; Non-destructive testing; Data automation; Instrument Control

Email P.Kot@ljmu.ac.uk 


Friday 10:00 – 12:00

Badr M. Abdullah

Areas of expertise: Sensors and Instrumentation in the built environment, Non-invasive monitoring technologies for the healthcare, agriculture and food industry, Monitoring of hazardous environments such as TIG/MIG welding, Microwave technologies, Industrial IoT, Structural Health Monitoring.

Email B.M.Abdullah@ljmu.ac.uk


Please email the expert directly whose subject area is of interest to you.

Ensure that you include “Sensor City Surgery Request” in the email subject line in order to secure your session.

14 May 10:00 - 16:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in Sensor developments to discuss their interest with an engineering expert in sensor development. A range of expert input is available on a daily basis according to the following schedule.


Monday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Jeff Cullen

Areas of expertise: Sensor system design; Pollution and environmental monitoring; Geographic Information Systems (GIS); real time monitoring and mapping; Energy performance monitoring; use of microwaves for heating; fuel remediation; assessment of weld quality.

Email J.D.Cullen@ljmu.ac.uk


Tuesday 14:00 – 16:00

Prof. Andy Shaw

Areas of expertise: Microwave technologies; structural monitoring; industrial process measurement; material processing; energy production from waste.

Email A.Shaw@ljmu.ac.uk


Wednesday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Muhammad Ateeq

Areas of expertise: Sensors & instrumentation for manufacturing, material characterisation, healthcare, process control, structural health monitoring; Microwave heating/processing of materials for construction & waste management; 2D/3D modelling and simulations; Real-time monitoring and mapping through Geographic Information systems (GIS), RFIDs; Industrial IOT; Renewable energy technologies; Energy assessment and carbon footprint; CAFM systems.

Email M.Ateeq@ljmu.ac.uk


Thursday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr. Patryk Kot

Areas of expertise: Structural health monitoring; energy from waste; Sensor design and development; 3D modelling and simulations; Real time monitoring; Non-destructive testing; Data automation; Instrument Control

Email P.Kot@ljmu.ac.uk 


Friday 10:00 – 12:00

Badr M. Abdullah

Areas of expertise: Sensors and Instrumentation in the built environment, Non-invasive monitoring technologies for the healthcare, agriculture and food industry, Monitoring of hazardous environments such as TIG/MIG welding, Microwave technologies, Industrial IoT, Structural Health Monitoring.

Email B.M.Abdullah@ljmu.ac.uk


Please email the expert directly whose subject area is of interest to you.

Ensure that you include “Sensor City Surgery Request” in the email subject line in order to secure your session.

9 Apr 10:00 - 16:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in Sensor developments to discuss their interest with an engineering expert in sensor development. A range of expert input is available on a daily basis according to the following schedule.


Monday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Jeff Cullen

Areas of expertise: Sensor system design; Pollution and environmental monitoring; Geographic Information Systems (GIS); real time monitoring and mapping; Energy performance monitoring; use of microwaves for heating; fuel remediation; assessment of weld quality.

Email J.D.Cullen@ljmu.ac.uk


Tuesday 14:00 – 16:00

Prof. Andy Shaw

Areas of expertise: Microwave technologies; structural monitoring; industrial process measurement; material processing; energy production from waste.

Email A.Shaw@ljmu.ac.uk


Wednesday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Muhammad Ateeq

Areas of expertise: Sensors & instrumentation for manufacturing, material characterisation, healthcare, process control, structural health monitoring; Microwave heating/processing of materials for construction & waste management; 2D/3D modelling and simulations; Real-time monitoring and mapping through Geographic Information systems (GIS), RFIDs; Industrial IOT; Renewable energy technologies; Energy assessment and carbon footprint; CAFM systems.

Email M.Ateeq@ljmu.ac.uk


Thursday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr. Patryk Kot

Areas of expertise: Structural health monitoring; energy from waste; Sensor design and development; 3D modelling and simulations; Real time monitoring; Non-destructive testing; Data automation; Instrument Control

Email P.Kot@ljmu.ac.uk 


Friday 10:00 – 12:00

Badr M. Abdullah

Areas of expertise: Sensors and Instrumentation in the built environment, Non-invasive monitoring technologies for the healthcare, agriculture and food industry, Monitoring of hazardous environments such as TIG/MIG welding, Microwave technologies, Industrial IoT, Structural Health Monitoring.

Email B.M.Abdullah@ljmu.ac.uk


Please email the expert directly whose subject area is of interest to you.

Ensure that you include “Sensor City Surgery Request” in the email subject line in order to secure your session.

5 Mar 10:00 - 16:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in Sensor developments to discuss their interest with an engineering expert in sensor development. A range of expert input is available on a daily basis according to the following schedule.


Monday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Jeff Cullen

Areas of expertise: Sensor system design; Pollution and environmental monitoring; Geographic Information Systems (GIS); real time monitoring and mapping; Energy performance monitoring; use of microwaves for heating; fuel remediation; assessment of weld quality.

Email J.D.Cullen@ljmu.ac.uk


Tuesday 14:00 – 16:00

Prof. Andy Shaw

Areas of expertise: Microwave technologies; structural monitoring; industrial process measurement; material processing; energy production from waste.

Email A.Shaw@ljmu.ac.uk


Wednesday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Muhammad Ateeq

Areas of expertise: Sensors & instrumentation for manufacturing, material characterisation, healthcare, process control, structural health monitoring; Microwave heating/processing of materials for construction & waste management; 2D/3D modelling and simulations; Real-time monitoring and mapping through Geographic Information systems (GIS), RFIDs; Industrial IOT; Renewable energy technologies; Energy assessment and carbon footprint; CAFM systems.

Email M.Ateeq@ljmu.ac.uk


Thursday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr. Patryk Kot

Areas of expertise: Structural health monitoring; energy from waste; Sensor design and development; 3D modelling and simulations; Real time monitoring; Non-destructive testing; Data automation; Instrument Control

Email P.Kot@ljmu.ac.uk 


Friday 10:00 – 12:00

Badr M. Abdullah

Areas of expertise: Sensors and Instrumentation in the built environment, Non-invasive monitoring technologies for the healthcare, agriculture and food industry, Monitoring of hazardous environments such as TIG/MIG welding, Microwave technologies, Industrial IoT, Structural Health Monitoring.

Email B.M.Abdullah@ljmu.ac.uk


Please email the expert directly whose subject area is of interest to you.

Ensure that you include “Sensor City Surgery Request” in the email subject line in order to secure your session.

5 Feb Ground Floor 10:00 - 16:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in Sensor developments to discuss their interest with an engineering expert in sensor development. A range of expert input is available on a daily basis according to the following schedule.


Monday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Jeff Cullen

Areas of expertise: Sensor system design; Pollution and environmental monitoring; Geographic Information Systems (GIS); real time monitoring and mapping; Energy performance monitoring; use of microwaves for heating; fuel remediation; assessment of weld quality.

Email J.D.Cullen@ljmu.ac.uk


Tuesday 14:00 – 16:00

Prof. Andy Shaw

Areas of expertise: Microwave technologies; structural monitoring; industrial process measurement; material processing; energy production from waste.

Email A.Shaw@ljmu.ac.uk


Wednesday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Muhammad Ateeq

Areas of expertise: Sensors & instrumentation for manufacturing, material characterisation, healthcare, process control, structural health monitoring; Microwave heating/processing of materials for construction & waste management; 2D/3D modelling and simulations; Real-time monitoring and mapping through Geographic Information systems (GIS), RFIDs; Industrial IOT; Renewable energy technologies; Energy assessment and carbon footprint; CAFM systems.

Email M.Ateeq@ljmu.ac.uk


Thursday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr. Patryk Kot

Areas of expertise: Structural health monitoring; energy from waste; Sensor design and development; 3D modelling and simulations; Real time monitoring; Non-destructive testing; Data automation; Instrument Control

Email P.Kot@ljmu.ac.uk 


Friday 10:00 – 12:00

Badr M. Abdullah

Areas of expertise: Sensors and Instrumentation in the built environment, Non-invasive monitoring technologies for the healthcare, agriculture and food industry, Monitoring of hazardous environments such as TIG/MIG welding, Microwave technologies, Industrial IoT, Structural Health Monitoring.

Email B.M.Abdullah@ljmu.ac.uk


Please email the expert directly whose subject area is of interest to you.

Ensure that you include “Sensor City Surgery Request” in the email subject line in order to secure your session.

1 Feb 08:30 - 16:50

Smart Cities UK 2018 Conference, Expo and Awards will lead the way on addressing the best practice examples on smart transformation from across Cities within the United Kingdom whilst disseminating guidance and information transformation within Data, energy, security, transport, Infrastructure and other key sectors.

Don’t miss Alison Mitchell, Executive Director of Sensor City presenting a Case Study at 3:10pm.

Why attend?

  1. Discover innovation at the Exhibition Area
  2. Explore all the latest Smart City projects and technologies
  3. Experience interactive presentations
  4. Build partnerships for your city projects
  5. Form valuable links with key decision makers
  6. Learn of funding opportunities
  7. Acquire knowledge on future trends and developments
  8. Connect with over 50 speakers and thought leaders from around the UK to discuss future visions, goals and challenges to make cities smarter and more sustainable.
  9. See the latest start-ups
  10. Find out about the latest pioneering and innovative projects via our awards which recognize initiatives that can potentially change communities across the UK.

Venue

Chelsea FC, Stamford Bridge, Fulham Road, Fulham, London SW6 1HS

 

24 Jan 08:30 - 21:00

Co Innovate 2018 is a flagship event designed to bring the world’s leading innovators together in the spirit of collaboration.

The event will showcase the latest technologies across sensors, materials and autonomous machines through presentations, panel discussions, technology pitches and will once again include engaging workshops to explore market-driven challenges and opportunities across a number of sectors.

Alison Mitchell, Executive Director of Sensor City will be speaking at this event, so register today to catch her in action.

Event address: Mercure Cardiff Holland House Hotel and Spa, 24-26 Newport Road, Cardiff, CF24 0DD

 

18 Dec 16:30 - 18:30

Adding Value Financial Consultancy are offering a free drop-in service for financial advice to companies who wish to review and improve their financial and business planning or have specific finance questions.

This could cover how to raise funds and investment, pricing strategies, cost control, taxation worries, bookkeeping, payroll and pension issues, cash flow management, and business planning.

45 minute sessions on held a monthly basis and will be offered on a first come, first served basis.

Interested companies should contact Matthew Brown quoting reference SC8:
Phone:
07432 727 232
Email:
info@adding-value.org

Adding Value are a leading Liverpool-based firm of management consultants with a financial focus. Using their many years of experience as finance directors, they work with companies to improve their financial strength and sustainability. They have added hundreds of thousands of pounds to the profits of their clients over the years.

20 Nov 16:30 - 18:30

Adding Value Financial Consultancy are offering a free drop-in service for financial advice to companies who wish to review and improve their financial and business planning or have specific finance questions.

This could cover how to raise funds and investment, pricing strategies, cost control, taxation worries, bookkeeping, payroll and pension issues, cash flow management, and business planning.

45 minute sessions on held a monthly basis and will be offered on a first come, first served basis.

Interested companies should contact Matthew Brown quoting reference SC8:
Phone:
07432 727 232
Email:
info@adding-value.org

Adding Value are a leading Liverpool-based firm of management consultants with a financial focus. Using their many years of experience as finance directors, they work with companies to improve their financial strength and sustainability. They have added hundreds of thousands of pounds to the profits of their clients over the years.

16 Oct 16:30 - 18:30

Adding Value Financial Consultancy are offering a free drop-in service for financial advice to companies who wish to review and improve their financial and business planning or have specific finance questions.

This could cover how to raise funds and investment, pricing strategies, cost control, taxation worries, bookkeeping, payroll and pension issues, cash flow management, and business planning.

45 minute sessions on held a monthly basis and will be offered on a first come, first served basis.

Interested companies should contact Matthew Brown quoting reference SC8:
Phone:
07432 727 232
Email:
info@adding-value.org

Adding Value are a leading Liverpool-based firm of management consultants with a financial focus. Using their many years of experience as finance directors, they work with companies to improve their financial strength and sustainability. They have added hundreds of thousands of pounds to the profits of their clients over the years.

18 Sep 16:30 - 18:30

Adding Value Financial Consultancy are offering a free drop-in service for financial advice to companies who wish to review and improve their financial and business planning or have specific finance questions.

This could cover how to raise funds and investment, pricing strategies, cost control, taxation worries, bookkeeping, payroll and pension issues, cash flow management, and business planning.

45 minute sessions on held a monthly basis and will be offered on a first come, first served basis.

Interested companies should contact Matthew Brown quoting reference SC8:
Phone:
07432 727 232
Email:
info@adding-value.org

Adding Value are a leading Liverpool-based firm of management consultants with a financial focus. Using their many years of experience as finance directors, they work with companies to improve their financial strength and sustainability. They have added hundreds of thousands of pounds to the profits of their clients over the years.

21 Aug 16:30 - 18:30

Adding Value Financial Consultancy are offering a free drop-in service for financial advice to companies who wish to review and improve their financial and business planning or have specific finance questions.

This could cover how to raise funds and investment, pricing strategies, cost control, taxation worries, bookkeeping, payroll and pension issues, cash flow management, and business planning.

45 minute sessions on held a monthly basis and will be offered on a first come, first served basis.

Interested companies should contact Matthew Brown quoting reference SC8:
Phone:
07432 727 232
Email:
info@adding-value.org

Adding Value are a leading Liverpool-based firm of management consultants with a financial focus. Using their many years of experience as finance directors, they work with companies to improve their financial strength and sustainability. They have added hundreds of thousands of pounds to the profits of their clients over the years.

17 Jul 16:30 - 18:30

Adding Value Financial Consultancy are offering a free drop-in service for financial advice to companies who wish to review and improve their financial and business planning or have specific finance questions.

This could cover how to raise funds and investment, pricing strategies, cost control, taxation worries, bookkeeping, payroll and pension issues, cash flow management, and business planning.

45 minute sessions on held a monthly basis and will be offered on a first come, first served basis.

Interested companies should contact Matthew Brown quoting reference SC8:
Phone:
07432 727 232
Email:
info@adding-value.org

Adding Value are a leading Liverpool-based firm of management consultants with a financial focus. Using their many years of experience as finance directors, they work with companies to improve their financial strength and sustainability. They have added hundreds of thousands of pounds to the profits of their clients over the years.

19 Jun 16:30 - 18:30

Adding Value Financial Consultancy are offering a free drop-in service for financial advice to companies who wish to review and improve their financial and business planning or have specific finance questions.

This could cover how to raise funds and investment, pricing strategies, cost control, taxation worries, bookkeeping, payroll and pension issues, cash flow management, and business planning.

45 minute sessions on held a monthly basis and will be offered on a first come, first served basis.

Interested companies should contact Matthew Brown quoting reference SC8:
Phone:
07432 727 232
Email:
info@adding-value.org

Adding Value are a leading Liverpool-based firm of management consultants with a financial focus. Using their many years of experience as finance directors, they work with companies to improve their financial strength and sustainability. They have added hundreds of thousands of pounds to the profits of their clients over the years.

15 May 16:30 - 18:30

Adding Value Financial Consultancy are offering a free drop-in service for financial advice to companies who wish to review and improve their financial and business planning or have specific finance questions.

This could cover how to raise funds and investment, pricing strategies, cost control, taxation worries, bookkeeping, payroll and pension issues, cash flow management, and business planning.

45 minute sessions on held a monthly basis and will be offered on a first come, first served basis.

Interested companies should contact Matthew Brown quoting reference SC8:
Phone:
07432 727 232
Email:
info@adding-value.org

Adding Value are a leading Liverpool-based firm of management consultants with a financial focus. Using their many years of experience as finance directors, they work with companies to improve their financial strength and sustainability. They have added hundreds of thousands of pounds to the profits of their clients over the years.

17 Apr 16:30 - 18:30

Adding Value Financial Consultancy are offering a free drop-in service for financial advice to companies who wish to review and improve their financial and business planning or have specific finance questions.

This could cover how to raise funds and investment, pricing strategies, cost control, taxation worries, bookkeeping, payroll and pension issues, cash flow management, and business planning.

45 minute sessions on held a monthly basis and will be offered on a first come, first served basis.

Interested companies should contact Matthew Brown quoting reference SC8:
Phone:
07432 727 232
Email:
info@adding-value.org

Adding Value are a leading Liverpool-based firm of management consultants with a financial focus. Using their many years of experience as finance directors, they work with companies to improve their financial strength and sustainability. They have added hundreds of thousands of pounds to the profits of their clients over the years.

20 Mar 16:30 - 18:30

Adding Value Financial Consultancy are offering a free drop-in service for financial advice to companies who wish to review and improve their financial and business planning or have specific finance questions.

This could cover how to raise funds and investment, pricing strategies, cost control, taxation worries, bookkeeping, payroll and pension issues, cash flow management, and business planning.

45 minute sessions on held a monthly basis and will be offered on a first come, first served basis.

Interested companies should contact Matthew Brown quoting reference SC8:
Phone:
07432 727 232
Email:
info@adding-value.org

Adding Value are a leading Liverpool-based firm of management consultants with a financial focus. Using their many years of experience as finance directors, they work with companies to improve their financial strength and sustainability. They have added hundreds of thousands of pounds to the profits of their clients over the years.

20 Feb 16:30 - 18:30

Adding Value Financial Consultancy are offering a free drop-in service for financial advice to companies who wish to review and improve their financial and business planning or have specific finance questions.

This could cover how to raise funds and investment, pricing strategies, cost control, taxation worries, bookkeeping, payroll and pension issues, cash flow management, and business planning.

45 minute sessions on held a monthly basis and will be offered on a first come, first served basis.

Interested companies should contact Matthew Brown quoting reference SC8:
Phone:
07432 727 232
Email:
info@adding-value.org

Adding Value are a leading Liverpool-based firm of management consultants with a financial focus. Using their many years of experience as finance directors, they work with companies to improve their financial strength and sustainability. They have added hundreds of thousands of pounds to the profits of their clients over the years.

16 Jan 16:30 - 18:30

Adding Value Financial Consultancy are offering a free drop-in service for financial advice to companies who wish to review and improve their financial and business planning or have specific finance questions.

This could cover how to raise funds and investment, pricing strategies, cost control, taxation worries, bookkeeping, payroll and pension issues, cash flow management, and business planning.

45 minute sessions on held a monthly basis and will be offered on a first come, first served basis.

Interested companies should contact Matthew Brown quoting reference SC8:
Phone:
07432 727 232
Email:
info@adding-value.org

Adding Value are a leading Liverpool-based firm of management consultants with a financial focus. Using their many years of experience as finance directors, they work with companies to improve their financial strength and sustainability. They have added hundreds of thousands of pounds to the profits of their clients over the years.

 

20 Dec 08:00 - 12:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in sensor developments to chat these through with an engineering expert in sensor developments.

Professor Joe Spencer from the Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics will be on hand to answer technical queries around sensors and sensor systems to identify critical technical issues and knowledge gaps, allowing rapid identification of suitable and appropriate expertise within the network and subsequent signposting.

Who should attend?

Businesses and entrepreneurs who have a need to fill a knowledge gap in their organisation, or are interested in the LCR 4.0 programme.

Expected outcome?

Connection to experts who have relevant knowledge and know-how to assist in the development of an appropriate solution.  Free advice will be provided and there is the opportunity to apply for funding which could enable greater support.

When?

Surgery slots are offered on a first come, first served basis between 8am and 12 noon. Please book your slot by emailing Rebekah.Martin@liverpool.ac.uk quoting reference SC05

Where?

Meetings will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ

29 Nov 08:00 - 12:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in sensor developments to chat these through with an engineering expert in sensor developments.

Professor Joe Spencer from the Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics will be on hand to answer technical queries around sensors and sensor systems to identify critical technical issues and knowledge gaps, allowing rapid identification of suitable and appropriate expertise within the network and subsequent signposting.

Who should attend?

Businesses and entrepreneurs who have a need to fill a knowledge gap in their organisation, or are interested in the LCR 4.0 programme.

Expected outcome?

Connection to experts who have relevant knowledge and know-how to assist in the development of an appropriate solution.  Free advice will be provided and there is the opportunity to apply for funding which could enable greater support.

When?

Surgery slots are offered on a first come, first served basis between 8am and 12 noon. Please book your slot by emailing Rebekah.Martin@liverpool.ac.uk quoting reference SC05

Where?

Meetings will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ

25 Oct 08:00 - 12:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in sensor developments to chat these through with an engineering expert in sensor developments.

Professor Joe Spencer from the Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics will be on hand to answer technical queries around sensors and sensor systems to identify critical technical issues and knowledge gaps, allowing rapid identification of suitable and appropriate expertise within the network and subsequent signposting.

Who should attend?

Businesses and entrepreneurs who have a need to fill a knowledge gap in their organisation, or are interested in the LCR 4.0 programme.

Expected outcome?

Connection to experts who have relevant knowledge and know-how to assist in the development of an appropriate solution.  Free advice will be provided and there is the opportunity to apply for funding which could enable greater support.

When?

Surgery slots are offered on a first come, first served basis between 8am and 12 noon. Please book your slot by emailing Rebekah.Martin@liverpool.ac.uk quoting reference SC05

Where?

Meetings will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ

19 Jul 08:00 - 12:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in sensor developments to chat these through with an engineering expert in sensor developments.

Professor Joe Spencer from the Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics will be on hand to answer technical queries around sensors and sensor systems to identify critical technical issues and knowledge gaps, allowing rapid identification of suitable and appropriate expertise within the network and subsequent signposting.

Who should attend?

Businesses and entrepreneurs who have a need to fill a knowledge gap in their organisation, or are interested in the LCR 4.0 programme.

Expected outcome?

Connection to experts who have relevant knowledge and know-how to assist in the development of an appropriate solution.  Free advice will be provided and there is the opportunity to apply for funding which could enable greater support.

When?

Surgery slots are offered on a first come, first served basis between 8am and 12 noon. Please book your slot by emailing Rebekah.Martin@liverpool.ac.uk quoting reference SC05

Where?

Meetings will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ

28 Jun 08:00 - 12:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in sensor developments to chat these through with an engineering expert in sensor developments.

Professor Joe Spencer from the Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics will be on hand to answer technical queries around sensors and sensor systems to identify critical technical issues and knowledge gaps, allowing rapid identification of suitable and appropriate expertise within the network and subsequent signposting.

Who should attend?

Businesses and entrepreneurs who have a need to fill a knowledge gap in their organisation, or are interested in the LCR 4.0 programme.

Expected outcome?

Connection to experts who have relevant knowledge and know-how to assist in the development of an appropriate solution.  Free advice will be provided and there is the opportunity to apply for funding which could enable greater support.

When?

Surgery slots are offered on a first come, first served basis between 8am and 12 noon. Please book your slot by emailing Rebekah.Martin@liverpool.ac.uk quoting reference SC05

Where?

Meetings will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ

17 May 08:00 - 12:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in sensor developments to chat these through with an engineering expert in sensor developments.

Professor Joe Spencer from the Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics will be on hand to answer technical queries around sensors and sensor systems to identify critical technical issues and knowledge gaps, allowing rapid identification of suitable and appropriate expertise within the network and subsequent signposting.

Who should attend?

Businesses and entrepreneurs who have a need to fill a knowledge gap in their organisation, or are interested in the LCR 4.0 programme.

Expected outcome?

Connection to experts who have relevant knowledge and know-how to assist in the development of an appropriate solution.  Free advice will be provided and there is the opportunity to apply for funding which could enable greater support.

When?

Surgery slots are offered on a first come, first served basis between 8am and 12 noon. Please book your slot by emailing Rebekah.Martin@liverpool.ac.uk quoting reference SC05

Where?

Meetings will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ

26 Apr 08:00 - 12:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in sensor developments to chat these through with an engineering expert in sensor developments.

Professor Joe Spencer from the Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics will be on hand to answer technical queries around sensors and sensor systems to identify critical technical issues and knowledge gaps, allowing rapid identification of suitable and appropriate expertise within the network and subsequent signposting.

Who should attend?

Businesses and entrepreneurs who have a need to fill a knowledge gap in their organisation, or are interested in the LCR 4.0 programme.

Expected outcome?

Connection to experts who have relevant knowledge and know-how to assist in the development of an appropriate solution.  Free advice will be provided and there is the opportunity to apply for funding which could enable greater support.

When?

Surgery slots are offered on a first come, first served basis between 8am and 12 noon. Please book your slot by emailing Rebekah.Martin@liverpool.ac.uk quoting reference SC05

Where?

Meetings will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ

21 Mar 08:00 - 12:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in sensor developments to chat these through with an engineering expert in sensor developments.

Professor Joe Spencer from the Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics will be on hand to answer technical queries around sensors and sensor systems to identify critical technical issues and knowledge gaps, allowing rapid identification of suitable and appropriate expertise within the network and subsequent signposting.

Who should attend?

Businesses and entrepreneurs who have a need to fill a knowledge gap in their organisation, or are interested in the LCR 4.0 programme.

Expected outcome?

Connection to experts who have relevant knowledge and know-how to assist in the development of an appropriate solution.  Free advice will be provided and there is the opportunity to apply for funding which could enable greater support.

When?

Surgery slots are offered on a first come, first served basis between 8am and 12 noon. Please book your slot by emailing Rebekah.Martin@liverpool.ac.uk quoting reference SC05

Where?

Meetings will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ

22 Feb 08:00 - 12:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in sensor developments to chat these through with an engineering expert in sensor developments.

Professor Joe Spencer from the Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics will be on hand to answer technical queries around sensors and sensor systems to identify critical technical issues and knowledge gaps, allowing rapid identification of suitable and appropriate expertise within the network and subsequent signposting.

Who should attend?

Businesses and entrepreneurs who have a need to fill a knowledge gap in their organisation, or are interested in the LCR 4.0 programme.

Expected outcome?

Connection to experts who have relevant knowledge and know-how to assist in the development of an appropriate solution.  Free advice will be provided and there is the opportunity to apply for funding which could enable greater support.

When?

Surgery slots are offered on a first come, first served basis between 8am and 12 noon. Please book your slot by emailing Rebekah.Martin@liverpool.ac.uk quoting reference SC05

Where?

Meetings will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ

25 Jan 08:00 - 12:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in sensor developments to chat these through with an engineering expert in sensor developments.

Professor Joe Spencer from the Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics will be on hand to answer technical queries around sensors and sensor systems to identify critical technical issues and knowledge gaps, allowing rapid identification of suitable and appropriate expertise within the network and subsequent signposting.

Who should attend?

Businesses and entrepreneurs who have a need to fill a knowledge gap in their organisation, or are interested in the LCR 4.0 programme.

Expected outcome?

Connection to experts who have relevant knowledge and know-how to assist in the development of an appropriate solution.  Free advice will be provided and there is the opportunity to apply for funding which could enable greater support.

When?

Surgery slots are offered on a first come, first served basis between 8am and 12 noon. Please book your slot by emailing Rebekah.Martin@liverpool.ac.uk quoting reference SC05

Where?

Meetings will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ

8 Jan 10:00 - 16:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in Sensor developments to discuss their interest with an engineering expert in sensor development. A range of expert input is available on a daily basis according to the following schedule.


Monday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Jeff Cullen

Areas of expertise: Sensor system design; Pollution and environmental monitoring; Geographic Information Systems (GIS); real time monitoring and mapping; Energy performance monitoring; use of microwaves for heating; fuel remediation; assessment of weld quality.

Email J.D.Cullen@ljmu.ac.uk


Tuesday 14:00 – 16:00

Prof. Andy Shaw

Areas of expertise: Microwave technologies; structural monitoring; industrial process measurement; material processing; energy production from waste.

Email A.Shaw@ljmu.ac.uk


Wednesday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Muhammad Ateeq

Areas of expertise: Sensors & instrumentation for manufacturing, material characterisation, healthcare, process control, structural health monitoring; Microwave heating/processing of materials for construction & waste management; 2D/3D modelling and simulations; Real-time monitoring and mapping through Geographic Information systems (GIS), RFIDs; Industrial IOT; Renewable energy technologies; Energy assessment and carbon footprint; CAFM systems.

Email M.Ateeq@ljmu.ac.uk


Thursday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr. Patryk Kot

Areas of expertise: Structural health monitoring; energy from waste; Sensor design and development; 3D modelling and simulations; Real time monitoring; Non-destructive testing; Data automation; Instrument Control

Email P.Kot@ljmu.ac.uk 


Friday 10:00 – 12:00

Badr M. Abdullah

Areas of expertise: Sensors and Instrumentation in the built environment, Non-invasive monitoring technologies for the healthcare, agriculture and food industry, Monitoring of hazardous environments such as TIG/MIG welding, Microwave technologies, Industrial IoT, Structural Health Monitoring.

Email B.M.Abdullah@ljmu.ac.uk


Please email the expert directly whose subject area is of interest to you.

Ensure that you include “Sensor City Surgery Request” in the email subject line in order to secure your session.

 

8 Jan 14:00 - 16:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in Sensor developments to discuss their interest with an engineering expert in sensor development. A range of expert input is available every day this week according to the following schedule.

Monday 14:00 – 16:00 Dr Jeff Cullen.

Areas of expertise: Sensor system design; Pollution and environmental monitoring; Geographic Information Systems (GIS); real time monitoring and mapping; Energy performance monitoring; use of microwaves for heating; fuel remediation; assessment of weld quality.

Email J.D.Cullen@ljmu.ac.uk

Tuesday 14:00 – 16:00 Prof. Andy Shaw.

Areas of expertise: Microwave technologies; structural monitoring; industrial process measurement; material processing; energy production from waste.

Email A.Shaw@ljmu.ac.uk

Wednesday 14:00 – 16:00 Dr Muhammad Ateeq.

Areas of expertise: Design and development of sensors & systems; microwave heating/processing of materials; 2D/3D modelling and simulations; renewable energy technologies; real time monitoring and mapping; Geographic Information system (GIS); energy assessment and carbon footprint; CAFM systems.

Email M.Ateeq@ljmu.ac.uk

Thursday 14:00 – 16:00 Dr. Patryk Kot

Areas of expertise: Structural health monitoring; energy from waste; Sensor design and development; 3D modelling and simulations; Real time monitoring; Non-destructive testing; Data automation; Instrument Control

Email P.Kot@ljmu.ac.uk 

Friday 11:00 – 13:00 Dr. Eduardo Cordova-Lopez.  Areas of expertise: Vehicle environmental pollution; microwave plasmas; GIS and wireless sensor networks;food chain poisoning.

Email L.E.Cordova-Lopez@ljmu.ac.uk 

 

Please email the expert whose subject area is of interest to you. Ensure that you include “Sensor City Surgery Request” to the email subject line in order to secure your session.

 

11 Dec 17:00 - 18:00

Bartle Read are offering a free drop-in IP surgery service to companies who wish to explore the best form of protection for their IP or have IP specific questions.

The 45 minute sessions are held on a monthly basis and will be offered on a first come first served basis.

Subject to availability – interested companies should register their interest at info@bartleread.co.uk quoting SCLIP06 in the subject line.

The surgery will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ.

Bartle Read is a leading Liverpool-based firm of UK and European patent attorneys and patent attorney litigators.  They provide advice on legal protection for innovative technologies, products and processes.  Their attorneys have long experience in the drafting and prosecution of patent and design applications both in the UK and around the World, and the negotiation of technology licensing deals, and in the resolution of disputes relating to intellectual property.

13 Nov 17:00 - 18:00

Bartle Read are offering a free drop-in IP surgery service to companies who wish to explore the best form of protection for their IP or have IP specific questions.

The 45 minute sessions are held on a monthly basis and will be offered on a first come first served basis.

Subject to availability – interested companies should register their interest at info@bartleread.co.uk quoting SCLIP06 in the subject line.

The surgery will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ.

Bartle Read is a leading Liverpool-based firm of UK and European patent attorneys and patent attorney litigators.  They provide advice on legal protection for innovative technologies, products and processes.  Their attorneys have long experience in the drafting and prosecution of patent and design applications both in the UK and around the World, and the negotiation of technology licensing deals, and in the resolution of disputes relating to intellectual property.

11 Sep 17:00 - 18:00

Bartle Read are offering a free drop-in IP surgery service to companies who wish to explore the best form of protection for their IP or have IP specific questions.

The 45 minute sessions are held on a monthly basis and will be offered on a first come first served basis.

Subject to availability – interested companies should register their interest at info@bartleread.co.uk quoting SCLIP06 in the subject line.

The surgery will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ.

Bartle Read is a leading Liverpool-based firm of UK and European patent attorneys and patent attorney litigators.  They provide advice on legal protection for innovative technologies, products and processes.  Their attorneys have long experience in the drafting and prosecution of patent and design applications both in the UK and around the World, and the negotiation of technology licensing deals, and in the resolution of disputes relating to intellectual property.

9 Oct 17:00 - 18:00

Bartle Read are offering a free drop-in IP surgery service to companies who wish to explore the best form of protection for their IP or have IP specific questions.

The 45 minute sessions are held on a monthly basis and will be offered on a first come first served basis.

Subject to availability – interested companies should register their interest at info@bartleread.co.uk quoting SCLIP06 in the subject line.

The surgery will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ.

Bartle Read is a leading Liverpool-based firm of UK and European patent attorneys and patent attorney litigators.  They provide advice on legal protection for innovative technologies, products and processes.  Their attorneys have long experience in the drafting and prosecution of patent and design applications both in the UK and around the World, and the negotiation of technology licensing deals, and in the resolution of disputes relating to intellectual property.

14 Aug Ground Floor 17:00 - 18:00

Bartle Read are offering a free drop-in IP surgery service to companies who wish to explore the best form of protection for their IP or have IP specific questions.

The 45 minute sessions are held on a monthly basis and will be offered on a first come first served basis.

Subject to availability – interested companies should register their interest at info@bartleread.co.uk quoting SCLIP06 in the subject line.

The surgery will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ.

Bartle Read is a leading Liverpool-based firm of UK and European patent attorneys and patent attorney litigators.  They provide advice on legal protection for innovative technologies, products and processes.  Their attorneys have long experience in the drafting and prosecution of patent and design applications both in the UK and around the World, and the negotiation of technology licensing deals, and in the resolution of disputes relating to intellectual property.

10 Jul 17:00 - 18:00

Bartle Read are offering a free drop-in IP surgery service to companies who wish to explore the best form of protection for their IP or have IP specific questions.

The 45 minute sessions are held on a monthly basis and will be offered on a first come first served basis.

Subject to availability – interested companies should register their interest at info@bartleread.co.uk quoting SCLIP06 in the subject line.

The surgery will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ.

Bartle Read is a leading Liverpool-based firm of UK and European patent attorneys and patent attorney litigators.  They provide advice on legal protection for innovative technologies, products and processes.  Their attorneys have long experience in the drafting and prosecution of patent and design applications both in the UK and around the World, and the negotiation of technology licensing deals, and in the resolution of disputes relating to intellectual property.

12 Jun 17:00 - 18:00

Bartle Read are offering a free drop-in IP surgery service to companies who wish to explore the best form of protection for their IP or have IP specific questions.

The 45 minute sessions are held on a monthly basis and will be offered on a first come first served basis.

Subject to availability – interested companies should register their interest at info@bartleread.co.uk quoting SCLIP06 in the subject line.

The surgery will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ.

Bartle Read is a leading Liverpool-based firm of UK and European patent attorneys and patent attorney litigators.  They provide advice on legal protection for innovative technologies, products and processes.  Their attorneys have long experience in the drafting and prosecution of patent and design applications both in the UK and around the World, and the negotiation of technology licensing deals, and in the resolution of disputes relating to intellectual property.

8 May 17:00 - 18:00

Bartle Read are offering a free drop-in IP surgery service to companies who wish to explore the best form of protection for their IP or have IP specific questions.

The 45 minute sessions are held on a monthly basis and will be offered on a first come first served basis.

Subject to availability – interested companies should register their interest at info@bartleread.co.uk quoting SCLIP06 in the subject line.

The surgery will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ.

Bartle Read is a leading Liverpool-based firm of UK and European patent attorneys and patent attorney litigators.  They provide advice on legal protection for innovative technologies, products and processes.  Their attorneys have long experience in the drafting and prosecution of patent and design applications both in the UK and around the World, and the negotiation of technology licensing deals, and in the resolution of disputes relating to intellectual property.

13 Mar 17:00 - 18:00

Bartle Read are offering a free drop-in IP surgery service to companies who wish to explore the best form of protection for their IP or have IP specific questions.

The 45 minute sessions are held on a monthly basis and will be offered on a first come first served basis.

Subject to availability – interested companies should register their interest at info@bartleread.co.uk quoting SCLIP06 in the subject line.

The surgery will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ.

Bartle Read is a leading Liverpool-based firm of UK and European patent attorneys and patent attorney litigators.  They provide advice on legal protection for innovative technologies, products and processes.  Their attorneys have long experience in the drafting and prosecution of patent and design applications both in the UK and around the World, and the negotiation of technology licensing deals, and in the resolution of disputes relating to intellectual property.

10 Apr 17:00 - 18:00

Bartle Read are offering a free drop-in IP surgery service to companies who wish to explore the best form of protection for their IP or have IP specific questions.

The 45 minute sessions are held on a monthly basis and will be offered on a first come first served basis.

Subject to availability – interested companies should register their interest at info@bartleread.co.uk quoting SCLIP06 in the subject line.

The surgery will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ.

Bartle Read is a leading Liverpool-based firm of UK and European patent attorneys and patent attorney litigators.  They provide advice on legal protection for innovative technologies, products and processes.  Their attorneys have long experience in the drafting and prosecution of patent and design applications both in the UK and around the World, and the negotiation of technology licensing deals, and in the resolution of disputes relating to intellectual property.

13 Feb 17:00 - 18:00

Bartle Read are offering a free drop-in IP surgery service to companies who wish to explore the best form of protection for their IP or have IP specific questions.

The 45 minute sessions are held on a monthly basis and will be offered on a first come first served basis.

Subject to availability – interested companies should register their interest at info@bartleread.co.uk quoting SCLIP06 in the subject line.

The surgery will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ.

Bartle Read is a leading Liverpool-based firm of UK and European patent attorneys and patent attorney litigators.  They provide advice on legal protection for innovative technologies, products and processes.  Their attorneys have long experience in the drafting and prosecution of patent and design applications both in the UK and around the World, and the negotiation of technology licensing deals, and in the resolution of disputes relating to intellectual property.

9 Jan 17:00 - 18:00

Bartle Read are offering a free drop-in IP surgery service to companies who wish to explore the best form of protection for their IP or have IP specific questions.

The 45 minute sessions are held on a monthly basis and will be offered on a first come first served basis.

Subject to availability – interested companies should register their interest at info@bartleread.co.uk quoting SCLIP06 in the subject line.

The surgery will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ.

Bartle Read is a leading Liverpool-based firm of UK and European patent attorneys and patent attorney litigators.  They provide advice on legal protection for innovative technologies, products and processes.  Their attorneys have long experience in the drafting and prosecution of patent and design applications both in the UK and around the World, and the negotiation of technology licensing deals, and in the resolution of disputes relating to intellectual property.

 

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