Last week we announced that our application for a key patent entitled “Locating Electromagnetic Signal Sources” has been approved by the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) enabling consumer devices to automatically and accurately georeference electromagnetic signal sources deep indoors. Our CEO, Rob Palfreyman in the statement highlighted the importance of this patent’s approval in the quickly changing environments. We are very excited to think of the activities planned ahead that are now supported by this patent.
Download Front Page of Publication of US Application here and see the original press release on the wires: Press Release
Events coming up
See the summary of all the events on our website and we look forward to seeing you there! Let us know if you would like to arrange a meeting at any of the upcoming events through our website.
In the Media
Our latest exciting announcement released on Thursday 12th December about a key patent being approved has been covered at the GPS Business News website in a snap by Ludovic Privat, the geo-location editor in chief.
The online geo-location focused publication Geoconnexion, has recently published a feature about the launch of our new Software Development KIT (SDK). Read about our top of the league hybrid positioning and enhanced sensor technology integrated with sensewhere’s automatic crowdsourcing in the article here.
One of the Scottish Enterprise’s latest case studies looks at the success of our company in their online publication here. The overall journey and rapid development of sensewhere could not have been possible without the help and support of the Scottish Government under the auspices of its Scottish Enterprise initiative.
Bits and Pieces
New website now live!
As you may have seen already, we have made some changes to our website, these changes make it easier for you to navigate more freely, we have refreshed the design, added our twitter feed and search function with easy access to information on our products and services, find all the most up to date information you need. We would love to hear what you think so please visit our blog and give us some feedback!