PervasID secures £720k

PervasID, a spin-out from the University of Cambridge Engineering Department has received £720k funding from Cambridge Enterprise, the University of Cambridge Enterprise Fund IV, together with a private investor.

  • Cambridge spinout PervasID secures £720k investment

    PervasID, a spin-out from the University of Cambridge Engineering Department has received £720k funding from Cambridge Enterprise, the University of Cambridge Enterprise Fund IV, together with a private investor.

    Founded in 2011, the company has ...
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  • Research into defects at 'spinterface' could enable new applications

    Researchers at the University of Tübingen have investigated the magnetic interface between the titanium oxide crystals in rutile form and a purely organic magnet. They found that the transition area where the materials met was sensitive to minimal defects in ... Read More
  • Arrow and Novasom sign EMEA distribution agreement

    Arrow Electronics has confirmed a new distribution agreement with Novasom Industries, a global engineering company that develops advanced technology solutions for products and processes in the fields of embedded electronics. The agreement will cover the ... Read More
  • Advanced AI for self-driving cars

    Convolutional neural networks (CNNs) could improve the image recognition performance of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) in automated vehicles, according to EDA specialist Cadence.

    “The problem with self-driving cars,” said Samer Hijazi, ...
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