3 years after securing the global Radio Frequency Identification tender from one of the world’s largest intergovernmental organisations, RedBite has secured the contract once again.
Over the last 3 years RedBite has worked closely with the client to develop a bespoke solution. As a result of this successful partnership, RedBite Edge is currently being utilised across 55 countries.
We have been working hard to further develop this unique solution to enable it to fulfill the requirements of multiple industries. Edge is now also being used to capture, maintain and monitor data, readers and networks in the medical and leisure industries.
On the 20th June, 2016, RedBite joined guests from over 47 countries at the Royal Festival Hall, London for the second HyperCat Summit and the launch of Hyperspace. The evening was a huge success with a wide array of issues being discussed that are already changing and will continue to transform the way we live and work.
RedBite’s Chairman, Professor Duncan McFarlane was one of seven speakers that participated in the section of the evening focused on transforming the way we work. An interesting debate ensued over the role of automation, the consequential impact on the role of people alongside automation and what the priorities of automation should be.
HyperCat is a consortium and standard driving secure and interoperable Internet of Things (IoT) for Industry and cities. The HyperCat consortium has built ten interoperable demonstrators to prove IoT capabilities for UK industries and cities. RedBite is leading two of these demonstrators, Smart Facilities and Smart Highways.
Check out the video below, created by Flexeye, to find out more about the things these demonstrators are showcasing and achieving in a real-world context.
We’re delighted that RedBite’s Chairman, Professor Duncan McFarlane, has been asked to speak again at this year’s HyperCat Summit. At last year’s Summit, Prof. McFarlane delivered a thought-provoking talk on the development of artificial intelligence and answered questions from the floor.
There is still time to sign up to be part of the HyperCat Summit 2016 and join a world class, inspirational group of leaders and thinkers!
HyperCat is a consortium and standard driving secure and interoperable Internet of Things (IoT) for Industry and Cities. RedBite is leading two of the HyperCat spearheads, Smart Highways and Smart Facilities.
We are collaborating with Costain, A-one+ and Highways England to create Smart Highways. Smart Highways are enabled thanks to our RedBite Asset technology and are designed to improve the efficiency and convenience of managing, monitoring and maintaining challenging highway assets. RedBite Asset is currently being used on a stretch of the A160 in Immingham to manage the maintenance of various assets which include lamp posts, road signs and gullies.
We have worked closely with Costain over the past year to provide a tailored solution to meet their specific needs and we recently joined some of the Costain team up in Immingham to assist with the deployment of the technology.
RedBite CEO, Dr Alex Wong submitted his grand idea “Building stories: one bit at a time” for the COINS Construction Industry Grand Challenge. The idea is centred on the principle of creating buildings that can provide live, historic and crowdsourced data that paints an accurate and full picture of a building’s energy usage over its lifespan.
On December the 8th, 2015, Alex joined fellow Coins Construction Industry Grand Challenge finalists at a gala dinner and awards ceremony at The University of Cambridge’s Magdalene College. The inaugural COINS Construction Industry Grand Challenge was a great success and RedBite won the Bouygues Internship Award – allowing us to work closely with Bouygues in the future to further explore our grand ideas!
Check out this video from the evening and catch a glimpse of our CEO in action!
RedBite CEO, Dr Alex Wong submitted his grand idea for the COINS Construction Industry Grand Challenge and is one of only 12 finalists who will compete in the grand final on the 8th of December 2015 where he will present his ideas in person to the judging panel.
The challenge was to put forward an idea using a new or emerging technology to radically improve energy consumption during a building’s lifecycle.
Alex’s idea is entitled “Building stories: one bit at a time” and is centred on the principle of creating buildings that can provide live, historic and crowdsourced data that paints an accurate and full picture of a building’s energy usage over its lifespan.