Things Connected is an innovation support programme targeting UK businesses who wish to leverage the capabilities of LPWAN technologies. It will foster the emergence of a strong UK based LPWAN ecosystem to ensure the UK is open and ready to innovate with the Internet of Things (IoT).
Things Connected will initially provide 50 LoRaWAN base stations across London to offer a low power wide area network testbed. Things Connected aims to include other LPWAN technologies as the programme evolves.
Free to use and available to IoT entrepreneurs and developers, Things Connected will enable businesses to develop exciting and novel IoT products and services. The programme will encourage the deployment of sensors, applications and services to meet some of the city’s biggest challenges.Register your interest
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Free to use, Digital Catapult’s Things Connected will drive business adoption of IoT, bringing experimentation and innovation to help transform life in the capital.
FUNDING FOR DEVELOPING ON THINGS CONNECTED
Future Cities Catapult invites UK businesses to develop and demonstrate connected products in London using the Things Connected LoRa Low-Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN). Through this open call, we aim to enable the innovative possibilities of connected devices using LPWAN to solve urban challenges.
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This is a group for anyone who wants to understand and experiment with Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN) technologies such as LoRa, SigFox, RPMA, NB-IoT or Weightless – emerging technology to connect IoT devices at scale.
To deliver Things Connected in the capital Digital Catapult will be working in collaboration with BT, Future Cities Catapult, Everynet, Beecham Research, AllThingsTalk, BRE, Imperial College London, King’s College London, UCL and Queen Mary University of London. The programme is funded in part by Digital Catapult with contribution from the partners.
Things Connected is providing a testbed that will ensure the UK is open and ready to innovate with the Internet of Things (IoT). The network is not built for commercial purposes but for testing and trailing new ideas – once developed they can be launched on one of the commercial networks covering the UK today. Our aim is to have the network ready for use the end of 2016, register to stay up to date with the latest activities:Register your interest