8power recruits in Cambridge to fuel next stage of company growth


24-11-2017

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.

Candidate Evening
Tuesday 28th November 2017 from 6pm – 9pm at the Hauser Forum,
University of Cambridge West Campus CB3 0GT

The evening will provide attendees the platform to network with 8power and a range of other Cambridge employers.

A picture of the new 8power Track 200 self-powering sensor launched in November 2017

The new 8powerTrack 200 self-powering sensor launched in Q4 2017

 

8power writes:

8power offers an excellent opportunity to join a young start-up in the exciting fields of low power WANs, Industrial IoT, User Experience and Big Data Analytics, where each member of staff makes a significant contribution to the development of our technology, products and services.

We offer competitive pay, share options, and other attractive benefits. Our offices are based in the dynamic, friendly and relaxed Future Business Centre on Kings Hedges Road, which is easily accessible by foot, car, bicycle, bus or train. The new Cambridge North Station is located less than two miles away.

Together with the other participating companies, we look forward to meeting you for an informal exploratory discussion. Candidates will also be able to attend presentations and workshops offered throughout the evening, headlined by recruitment agency The One Group.

The companies represented at the recruitment evening include: 8power, Huntsman, Granta Design, Sartorius Stedim, Cambridge Medical Robotics, Cashflows, Worldpay, Sagentia, Kaptivo and Speechmatics.

Sign up to attend or just come along on the day. Directions to the Hauser Forum can be found here.  For anyone who can’t attend the event but would like to express an interest in working for 8power, please write to info@8power.com. No agencies please.

About 8power: Powering the sensor revolution with Global Asset Intelligence.

8power sensors deliver Global Asset Intelligence in transport and construction

8power is a new start-up company commercialising novel vibration energy harvesting (VEH), sensors and wireless technology to monitor and track the condition of industrial and mobile assets.

We work with customers to monitor the condition of sophisticated and valuable investments, including machinery, utility networks, infrastructure, transportation and buildings. Asset tracking and condition monitoring are the initial application areas we are targeting but there are many more markets for our innovative products.

Our patented technology was developed at the University of Cambridge, UK, and is distinctive because it allows sensors to operate without battery power, at extremes of temperature, and using MEMS we can manufacture in high volume at low cost.

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About the Hauser Forum

The Hauser Forum, opened in 2010 by University Chancellor, His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh, is a modern state-of-the-art focal point for entrepreneurship in the East of England. Featuring two landmark buildings, the Broers Building and the Entrepreneurship Centre, the Hauser Forum is stimulating innovative collaboration between clusters of academics, start-up and established businesses.

The forum is situated on the University of Cambridge's West Cambridge Research and Development Park which also includes many notable buildings at the forefront of science research including: The Microsoft Research Centre, Schlumberger Research Centre and the University's Cavendish Laboratory. The construction of the Hauser Forum was made possible by an £8 million donation to the University of Cambridge by The Hauser-Raspe Foundation on behalf of Hermann Hauser and his wife Pamela Raspe, and a £2 million grant from EEDA, the East of England Development Agency. The centre is managed and operated by the University of Cambridge.

 

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