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CW looking for IoT health, social care applications

Friday 11 December 2015 | 11:28 CET | News
Cambridge Wireless (CW) is looking for UK SMEs working on innovative IoT technologies and applications in health and social care. CW has been selected as a local partner to deliver IoTUK Boost activities in the South of England. Companies have until 11 January 2016 to submit their applications. It is looking to identify new ideas, products or services for assisted living, managing and monitoring long term conditions, telehealth and telecare. To apply, organisations must have less than 250 employees and a turnover no greater than EUR 50 million. Up to 20 successful applicants will be selected

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Countries: United Kingdom
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