We need effective networks and digital infrastructure to deploy technologies at scale and harness the Internet of Things (IoT), removing silos of innovation and barriers to market. Digital Catapult works to level the playing field for businesses, combining our technical and commercial expertise to help build the digital infrastructure of the future.
We do this in two ways:
Creating networks and giving access to hardware and services, ranging from cutting-edge 5G testbeds and Low-Power Wide-Area network (LPWAN) sites to support for development and commercialisation of ideas.
Supporting early stage ecosystem development to stimulate demand, demonstrate innovators’ technical capability and build new business models and operating standards.Find out more
Things Connected is an innovation support programme targeting UK businesses who wish to leverage the capabilities of LPWAN technologies.
5G: communication Networks for 2020
5G is projected to be commercially deployed by 2020. Digital Catapult is involved in a number of projects and with a range of partners to keep abreast of this technology.
Digital Catapult, partnering with Future Cities Catapult, is responsible for delivering the UK Government’s IoTUK programme. To accelerate the adoption of IoT technology, delivering projects in smart cities, health, privacy and trust research and hardware acceleration.
“Working with Digital Catapult has been fundamental to our business growth and funding. We have been able to test and pitch our ideas, gain new insights and the confidence to progress with our prototype, and we’ve been able to advance our business and built our core network and connections.” – Chris Thompson, Co-Founder and Chief Strategy Officer, Enable iD
Why not get in touch?
Caroline Gorski, Digital Manufacturing Lead & Head of Internet of Things – firstname.lastname@example.org
Alex Gluhak, Head of Technology, Lead Technologist IoT – email@example.com
Dritan Kaleshi, Lead Technologist (Future Networks, 5G Fellow) – firstname.lastname@example.org