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:||Professional Individual and Corporate < 5 (£50+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
‘Mobile World Congress – Fiesta or Siesta II’: Fresh from Mobile World Congress 2014, Accenture, in partnership with Cambridge Wireless, presents a lively debate between mobile industry gurus on the ‘hot’ and ‘not so hot’ of the Barcelona conference.
6 March 2014Read in full
A Cambridge Wireless conference next month focuses on the wearable technology revolution.
20 February 2014Read in full
The UK is a recognised global leader when it comes to higher education and research, said Sir John O'Reilly, Director General of Knowledge and Innovation at the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS), at last night’s 3rd Cambridge Wireless (CW) Prestigious Lecture.
14 February 2014Read in full
With the pace of social, technological, economic and environmental change accelerating rapidly, Professor Sir John O'Reilly, Director General of Knowledge and Innovation, will this week present the 3rd Cambridge Wireless (CW) Prestigious Lecture on how industry, government and academia need to build a more seamless relationship to meet new challenges and seize opportunities.
11 February 2014Read in full
With over 60 years in pioneering research into contemporary business and management issues, Aston is well placed to host a half day event in the heart of Birmingham on 5th March 2014. The event will engage delegates, challenging them to consider how they can create revenues from 'connected services' rather than just 'boxes shipped'.
10 February 2014Read in full
Cambridge Wireless (CW) celebrated ‘100 Years or Radio’ at yesterday’s inaugural event of the CW Wireless Heritage Special Interest Group. Starting from 1914 with the outbreak of WW1, leading industry experts and history enthusiasts tracked the emergence of radio and its development through to contemporary mobile broadband networks, while also looking at the lessons that can be learnt from advances across the last century.
7 February 2014Read in full
With the pace of social, technological, economic and environmental change accelerating rapidly, Professor Sir John O'Reilly, Director General of Knowledge and Innovation, will be presenting the 3rd Cambridge Wireless (CW) Prestigious Lecture on how industry, government and academia need to build a more seamless relationship to meet new challenges and seize opportunities.
4 February 2014Read in full
Cambridge Wireless proudly presents the third event in its Prestigious Lecture Series and is delighted to announce Sir John O'Reilly, Director General of Knowledge and Innovation as its speaker.
3 February 2014Read in full
A Cambridge Wireless (CW) group - the Wireless Heritage SIG - has been established to build on the interest generated from a number of prior CW events including the May Day event in Duxford (with a Spitfire flypast courtesy of Cambridge Consultants) and Cellular 25 at the Science Museum. The purpose of the SIG is to use the past to inform the future.
31 January 2014Read in full
12 Mar 2014The Møller Centre, Churchill College, Storey's Way, Cambridge CB3 0DE
Joint ICT KTN & Health and Medicines KTN event, delivered by Cambridge Wireless ‘Big Data in Health’
13 Mar 2014Microsoft Research Ltd, 21 Station Rd, Cambridge CB1 2FB
'IoT – Brave New World or Simply Evolved M2M?'
The Internet of things is a current and hot topic, with much debate around the devices and technology that will form the possible trillion device future.
19 Mar 2014The Møller Centre, Churchill College, Storey's Way, Cambridge CB3 0DE
Join our debate on the best and the rest from Barcelona’
Accenture event, in partnership with Cambridge Wireless
Cambridge Wireless Joint User Experience & Wireless Healthcare SIG Event 'Do Patients Really Matter?'
20 Mar 2014Sagentia, Harston Mill, Royston Road, Cambridge CB22 7GG
With the healthcare industry making rapid progress and revolutionary developments in technology and medical equipment, the classification of the end user has remained the same. What happens at the interface between the user and the technology?
25 Mar 2014Taylor Wessing, 5 New Street Square, London, EC4A 3TW
'Big DataThe Value of the Needle in a Haystack of Needles'
“Big data is like teenage sex: everyone talks about it, nobody really knows how to do it, everyone thinks everyone else is doing it, so everyone claims they are doing it...”
27 Mar 2014UCL, Wilkins Old Refectory Room, Wilkins Building, Torrington Place, London, WC1E 7JE
'On Trend – High Fashion meets High Technology'
With the buzz around wearable technology such as smart watches and augmented reality glasses, this London event takes a radically different look at wearable consumer electronics, providing a fresh approach on the blending together of the physical and digital worlds.
3 Apr 2014Homerton College, Hills Road, Cambridge CB2 8PH
The Small Cell paradigm has long shifted from coverage to capacity and offloading. The industry has now started using the term hyper-dense networks to highlight that in specific traffic hotspots, the capacity requirement can be as much as 1,000 times today’s peak throughput.
8 Apr 2014techUK, 10 St Bride Street, London, EC4A 4AD
‘What Network is Fit for Purpose?’
10 Apr 2014Olswang, 90 High Holborn, London WC1V 6XX
‘The New Surveillance: To What Extent Should Personal Privacy be Compromised for Public Security and Corporate Gain?’
8 May 2014etc.venues Paddington, 57 North Wharf Road, London, W2 1LA
'Radical Future, Pragmatic Beginnings'