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Sensor City: Connected cows and better mousetraps
This evening I had the pleasure to attend a networking event at ‘Sensor City’ Liverpool. Sensor City is a Liverpool-based technical innovation centre and University Enterprise Zone; it aims to support the creation, development, production and promotion of cutting edge sensor technologies for use in a wide range of sectors.
The event was entitled ‘Connected cows and better mousetraps’ and detailed myriad potential ‘use-cases’ for the application of Internet of Things (IoT) technology in industry.
The session was led by Mark Maidman, a representative from Actility (https://www.actility.com/) a company specialising in IoT devices.
As a palliative care doctor interested in technology my immediate thoughts are about the potential uses of IoT to support care of people with advanced disease and complex needs. Events like these are excellent in fostering cross-disciplinary collaboration which will hopefully lead to innovation through sharing expertise and resources.
Further information about sensor cities events can be found here:
Are you interested in the role of emerging technologies in facilitating supportive and palliative care for individuals and populations? If so, please free to comment and get in touch with me.