IoTUK, better known as the nation-wide program designed with the prime objective to enhance the opportunities and capabilities in the Internet of Things field, has announced its partners for the IOTUK boost initiative.
The prime objective of this program is to support IoT adoption and innovation across public and private sector businesses. It will deliver a series of rapid incubation activities and innovation challenges over a period of next five months across the United Kingdom.
After going through a rigorous short-listing procedure, IOTUK has named its partners; they are CENSIS, DataCity – Leeds along with ODI Leeds & DigicatYorks, Cambridge Wireless Ltd., and Sunderland Software City. The internet of things technology can change the fortunes of public and private sector entities forever; however, no company or individual can master these technologies alone.
There’s a need for collaborations and collective efforts to make things happen, and IOTUK aims to do this by partnering with different tech leaders. Each business partner is expected to bring about twenty SMEs with challenge owners such as local authorities and large companies. A two-day workshop, including different games and contests, will be conducted with the help of their support, and the winners will get full technical, business and mentoring support from IOTUK team.
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