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Assisted Living Technologies

When Feb 21, 2017
from 04:00 PM to 06:00 PM
Where Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, West Site, Cambridge, CB3 0AS
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Six students from the first cohort have started a company to develop a technology platform which will help older people to live in their own homes for longer, allowing them to retain their independence and save money.

The start-up of Cambridge Assisted Living Technologies is based on the outcome from the Team Challenge for the first cohort of Sensor CDT students and has already caught the attention of local media (Cambridge TV & Cambridge Evening News) and two FTSE 100 insurance companies who the students are in active discussions with.

The students will present their technology at the and hope to further increase their exposure through the presentation, and hopefully secure their first round of investment.
 
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