CASE STUDIES

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KONFER

Innovation discovery and brokerage (UK)

Working closely with NCUB, Vision360 supported the development of the konfer online brokerage platform, a leading research and innovation search and discovery capability with an innovation marketplace and intelligent collaboration brokering capabilities.
konfer aggregates and enriches data from all UK universities and over 73,000 research-intensive UK businesses, including over 140,000 academic profiles, 1.5m academic papers, case studies, equipment, projects and patents.

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INTERNET OF FOOD & FARM 2020

IoT Application, Agritech (Ireland, South Africa)

We worked as part of a consortium including Herdsy and the University of Watford to develop, design and operate a unique livestock tracking solution based on our V360 Connect framework in tandem with custom-designed collar mounted sensors connecting to our system using SigFox IoT radio technologies. The project was funded by Horizon 2020 to develop solutions for early lameness detection for livestock.

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NHS INTERNET OF THINGS TESTBED

IoT Application, Healthcare/Assisted Living (UK)

This IoT Testbed was one of two flagship national IoT programmes announced by the UK government and NHS leadership at the World Economic Forum in Davos in 2016.  

TIHM provides people with dementia and their carers with wearables, monitors and other devices  to monitor their health at home with over 1,400 participants, supported by over £5m of funding from the Department of Health and Social Care.

Vision360 worked closely with its telecoms partner, Arqiva, as part of the TIHM consortium to develop a revolutionary multi-sensor home network (including motion, mobility, temperature, humidity, proximity and fall sensors based on a combination of the V360 Connect framework and the Sigfox low power wide area radio network. 

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CENTRAL LONDON COPD TELEHEALTH PILOT

IoT Application, Healthcare (UK)

We worked with Central London Community Healthcare Trust (CLCH), the  largest community trust in England and the Department of Health to develop and deliver a unique telehealth/IoT service for COPD patients in North, Central and West London. The application supported symptoms monitoring, video consultations, video on demand support materials and regular remote blood oxygen measurements using a single application tablet connected to the internet via integral cellular radio, paired with a bluetooth enabled clinical-grade pulse oximeter.