Tag Archives: University of Sheffield

Pitch-in to support regional IoT innovation

The University of Sheffield is developing a LoRaWAN network and is inviting businesses to get involved.

As part of the Pitch-In programme, the University of Sheffield is offering paid internships to undergraduates to help develop a LoRaWAN network in the South Yorkshire region. The University is asking the Sheffield Digital community to get involved with the project by engaging with students, setting challenges for them and to share knowledge and expertise

Help build the local ‘Internet of Food’

The University of Sheffield’s Urban Institute is seeking collaborators to help them design digital platforms for the city’s food ecosystem.

This is a great opportunity to get involved in a digital project with the potential to have an enormous impact on the city, from public health to sustainability, community resistance and local economics. We’ve compiled the following information from the official invitation to collaborate. You can also download the terms of reference. Self-organising Action for

£4,000 worth of kit to be won in Sheffield smart city competition

Urban Flows Observatory at the University of Sheffield launch their first city-focused internet of things competition.

Urban Flows Observatory is founded by the University of Sheffield’s departments of Civil & Structural Engineering and Automatic Control & Systems Engineering. It is studying the city’s energy and resource flows as part of a three-year, multi-million Euro international academic collaboration. As part of this project, the observatory is launching a public competition to help

Report from Digital Policy Conflab #2 – Spatio-sectoral Planning

Info on all the new incubators and related initiatives from the February Conflab event.

On Tuesday the 28th February, we conducted the second in our series of Digital Policy ‘Conflabs’. The purpose of these conflabs is to bring people together to explore and discuss issues of relevance to the digital tech community in Sheffield, and to provide a forum for the community to openly engage with policy-makers, organisations and