Powering the sensor revolution.
|Address:||Future Business Centre, King's Hedges Road, Cambridge|
|Membership type:||Professional Individual and Corporate < 5 (£50+VAT pa)|
8power's smart devices & systems sense and monitor assets. We solve the battery replacement problem with unique technology developed at the University of Cambridge, which allows us to manufacture vibration energy harvesting devices with over 10x the performance of leading competitors.
8power received seed investment from IP Group, the University of Cambridge, and the University of Cambridge Enterprise Fund, in June 2016.
Cambridge start-up 8power is literally powering the sensor revolution with Global Asset Intelligence. It is now entering its next stage of growth and is therefore pleased to invite interested - or even “just curious” - candidates to join the team at the next Cambridge Network Candidate Evening this coming Tuesday, 28th November 2017, being held at The Hauser Forum on the west side of the city.
24 November 2017Read in full
8power is delighted to announce the appointment of Martin Jackson as VP, Engineering with immediate effect.
21 November 2017Read in full
TC3 Summit chosen for introducing technology breakthrough to Network Providers
31 October 2017Read in full
8power is pleased to announce being awarded "Best Technical Development in Energy Harvesting" at the 2017 IDTechEx conference in Berlin. With the launch of the Track100 self-powered GPS tracker, the company has taken vibration energy harvesting out of the lab and in to a family of products.
15 May 2017Read in full
Later this week (10-11 May), Dr Antony Rix will discuss how 8power's self-powered sensors and energy harvesting technology make it simple to track and monitor assets
8 May 2017Read in full
8power is delighted to announce the appointment of Richard Green as Chairman of the Board of Directors with immediate effect.
5 January 2017Read in full
8power Limited, the Cambridge University spin-out focused on commercialising vibration energy harvesting for wireless sensors and Internet of Things devices, is pleased to announce a move to the Allia Future Business Centre in Cambridge UK.
1 December 2016Read in full