Cambridge Wireless is a leading industry forum and vibrant community with a rapidly expanding network of companies actively involved in the development and application of wireless technologies. Our activities are based around a number of special interest groups each focussed on a specific technology and/or market area.
|Address:||Compass House, Vision Park, Chivers Way, Histon, Cambridgeshire|
|Membership type:||Corporate 6-20 (£250+VAT pa)|
Cambridge Wireless is a membership organisation based in Cambridge, UK which engages with local and international organisations that concern the whole wireless communications arena. In addition to high level networking dinners, educational events and business development activities, Cambridge Wireless runs an annual Future of Wireless International Conference along with the Discovering Start-Ups initiative to support emerging, innovative wireless companies. Over 15 Special Interest Groups focussed on specific technologies and market sectors, also provide opportunities for members to meet, form partnerships to exploit new commercial opportunities, and share knowledge and information about the latest industry trends and hot topics. Cambridge Wireless members see fresh opportunities to bring together key people and organisations with complementary needs and interests based on all major wireless technologies including: 3G, CDMA, WiFi, Zigbee, WiMax, Ultra Wide Band (UWB), Bluetooth and RFID, enabling them to communicate with partners around the world.
Further supporting international communication and interaction, Cambridge Wireless has formed a number of partnerships with equivalent counterparts. These include CommNexus in San Diago, The Wireless Industry Partnership in Canada, Innovation Lab Denmark, Wavefront Canada and Mobile Computing Promotion Consortium Japan. We also have links to membership organisations around the UK including Silicon Southwest, Wireless Innovation in Scotland, One Nucleus and Wireless Innovation Lab in Ireland.
Further information on all of the above can be found at www.cambridgewireless.co.uk
Chairman: Dr. David Cleevely
CEO: Dr. Soraya Jones
A strong line-up of speakers has been announced for the first Cambridge Wireless Technology Engineering Conference (CW TEC) in London on March 24th 2015.
11 November 2014Read in full
Dr Soraya Jones has decided to step down as CEO at Cambridge Wireless, the leading not-for-profit, international community for companies involved in the research, development and application of wireless and mobile technologies.
10 November 2014Read in full
Wireless industry experts convened at a Cambridge Wireless (CW) event at Aon UK in London this week to discuss the future of radio broadcast. While the process of television digital switchover is now complete, providing a more consistent viewing experience, radio has not reached the same point, even though it was first launched nearly 20 years ago.
7 November 2014Read in full
While analysing Big Data is no easy task and has always been seen as a ‘back room’ operation, data analytics has become a hot topic in the boardroom, according to speakers at the Cambridge Wireless (CW) event yesterday: ‘Information Rock and Roll – How Big Data has made Analytics Sexy'.
31 October 2014Read in full
Five innovative wireless businesses won the praise of leading technology investors and wireless industry experts at yesterday’s (Wednesday's) finals of the UK Discovering Start-Ups 2014 competition hosted by Deloitte in London. Discovering Start-ups 2015 will be open to entries from European partner countries.
23 October 2014Read in full
Traditionally we have relied on visits to our local medical services to monitor our general health, to diagnose and prescribe solutions when we feel a little unwell and to assist us in managing long term health conditions.
17 October 2014Read in full
In just over a week 18 UK tech start-ups take the stage to pitch their ideas to the likes of Google, Qualcomm Ventures, Orange Labs, IBM and London Business Angels in the Discovering Start-ups 2014 (DS14) final. Jointly delivered by Cambridge Wireless (CW) and SETsquared, the DS14 national competition has attracted entrants from UK tech clusters and will culminate in a pitching final on the 22nd October at the Deloitte’s London offices.
16 October 2014Read in full
The first CW Technology & Engineering Conference (CW TEC) will take a top-down look at the impact of emerging technologies on millimetre, microwave, UHF and VHF spectral value.
3 October 2014Read in full
While small cells have the potential to meet growing demand for mobile data and improve urban connectivity, they need to be automatically and smoothly incorporated into the existing macrocell network, raising questions of standards, interoperability and performance, according to industry experts at the Cambridge Wireless Small Cells Special Interest Group (SIG) conference yesterday (Weds).
2 October 2014Read in full
25 Nov 2014The Moller Centre, Churchill College, Storey's Way, Cambridge CB3 0DE
'Pharmaceutical Sensors of the Future: High Street or High Value'
As wearable sensors make significant inroads into the health and fitness market, will we see similar technology provide significant quality and efficiency gains for clinical trials and the consumerisation of clinical technology?
27 Nov 2014The National Museum of Computing, Block H, Bletchley Park, Milton Keynes MK3 6EB
For our second Wireless Heritage SIG we have teamed up with The National Museum of Computing (www.tnmoc.org). This joint evening event, open to members of both TNMOC and CW will take place at TNMOC in Bletchley Park, and will features speakers from both organisations.
2 Dec 2014Silverstone Park, Silverstone Circuit, Towcester, Northamptonshire NN12 8GX
The self-driving/autonomous vehicle whether used for public transport, the private car or goods transportation, perhaps represents the pinnacle of near term transport technology. Proponents cite improved safety, stress free and faster journeys whilst opponents raise security concerns, the ‘fitness for purpose’ and the legal issues created.
4 Dec 2014Bath TBC
Virtual Networks are about to transform the communication industry by merging IT concepts into the way we build and operate networks.
9 Dec 2014Cambridge Judge Business School, Trumpington Street, Cambridge CB2 1AG
From an early age we are using technology within the home, school and workplace, creating virtual profiles of ourselves through our interaction with social media. We are influenced by the roll out of new technology, spending more time exploring and interacting within a virtual environment.
17 Dec 2014Corpus Christi College, Trumpington Street, Cambridge, CB2 1RH
Mobile Broadband Special Interest Group event taking place at Corpus Christ College in Cambridge on the 17th December.
15 Jan 2015Anglia Ruskin University, East Road, Cambridge CB1 1PT
This opportune event at the Cambridge Campus of Anglia Ruskin University, will investigate the issue of security in software and provide guidance and advice on how to create more secure systems. It is an ideal opportunity for both engineers and managers to learn from those who know.
Internet of Things Launchpad 2 - Suppliers’ Showcase – Joint Innovate UK and Business SIG Event, in association with Tech City UK
20 Jan 2015The Moller Centre, Cambridge
Success in today’s interconnected world now, more than ever, relies on building cross-disciplinary teams. Winning teams no longer work in the same space and, better still, no longer need to be part of your own company.
‘The Future is Already with Us - How Younger Users of Today's Technology will Drive the Technology of Tomorrow’ Future Devices SIG
28 Jan 2015ARM, 110 Fulbourn Road, Cambridge, CB1 9NJ
The world has changed significantly since the launch of the first smartphones. Mobile video, web and Social networking have become the norm. To really see the potential for future change, we must look to the next generation of users.
3 Feb 2015Deloitte, Stonecutter Court, 1 Stonecutter St, London EC4A 4TR London
5G may yet be undefined but that does not stop the industry from trying to sell anything and everything as 5G. It is clear that 5G will not be a single “solution” providing a miracle cure for all ills of our industry, but it has the long term ambition to deliver significant improvements on all core KPIs compared to the 4G baseline.