The heat is on


Product design and development firm Cambridge Consultants has been appointed by the Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) to lead a £4.9 million home energy management system (HEMS) project. The aim of the two-year UK project is to accelerate the deployment of an advanced customer-orientated HEMS with mass-market appeal. Current HEMS, incorporating smart meters, can be installed …

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Syngenta to evaluate Vortik


Global agribusiness to explore potential of innovative spray technology Product design and development firm Cambridge Consultants has signed a licensing agreement, to evaluate its innovative Vortik spray technology, with global agribusiness Syngenta. The Swiss-based company – which operates in more than 90 countries – plans to evaluate the potential of the technology for agriculture and …

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Still one of the best


Cambridge Consultants repeats its success as one of the best companies to work for  For the second year running, product design and development firm Cambridge Consultants has been named one of the best companies to work for in the UK. It has once again achieved a coveted place in the list of The Sunday Times …

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Demystifying the connected world


A ‘top 10’ guide to creating a successful connected product A new guide from product design and development firm Cambridge Consultants aims to demystify the world of connected devices. It highlights the top 10 things companies need to consider when creating the new generation of products for the so-called ‘Internet of Things’. The trend of …

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Cambridge Consultants moves US headquarters


Company relocates US headquarters to support innovation and growth Product development and design firm Cambridge Consultants has moved its US headquarters from Cambridge, MA to Boston. In a move that nearly doubles its prior space in Kendall Square, the company’s new 20,000 square foot facility at 745 Atlantic Avenue is designed to foster the company’s …

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Stargate investment for wearable tech boom


Cambridge Consultants’ new anechoic test facility supports rapid growth in wearable technology devices and services Cambridge Consultants has acquired a ‘Stargate 64’ anechoic radio test facility to help maximise performance of the wireless products it develops – particularly in the rapidly growing connected wearable technology sector. The Satimo Stargate 64 – named after its ring …

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Keep tabs on your assets


Low-cost tracking technologies to monitor assets in transit from land to offshore As the offshore industry moves towards ever-more-remote and extreme locations, product development firm Cambridge Consultants is demonstrating DropTag and Trace – two new monitoring technologies that deliver breakthroughs in low-cost, low-power condition monitoring and indoor location tracking. With operations increasingly in deep oceans …

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