September Newsletter

Morning everyone!

We’re only a few days away from our next meetup hosted by Google and sponsored as always by Resin on Tuesday so I hope you’ll join us in the beautiful King’s Cross offices!

I’ll also be sharing the results of our Big Yearly Survey which has so far (*cough*) 25 responses. So please take part! 

I’m also excited to share that R/GA will be hosting us for the next couple of years in their beautiful Shoreditch offices!


IoT Hack and Pitch, Cambridge (17th-18th September)

Organised by the Digital Catapult with prizes for the winners. More details.

This AI Life (October 3rd)

Organised by the Cooley LLP, Future Intelligence and The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) More details.

Hardware Studio Live (October 3rd)

Manufacturing Workshop with Kickstarter, Avnet and Dragon Innovation. More details.

Hardware Pioneers (October 4th & 11th) 

Developing IoT Solutions Using Bluetooth Mesh Networking with Nordic Semiconductors. More details.

Talks on the future of transportation by Digi International & Transport Research Foundation. More details.

Making it!? (Liverpool, October 12th)

A half day conference about making and success (I’m co-organising it with Adrian McEwen of DoES Liverpool who are hosting!) More details.

IOT Solutions World Congress (October 16-18th)

Visit the Expo for free  with promo code 2304849F or get a €600 discount for the Congress for promo code ECCB9D8E. More details.


Michael Kann at the RCA is looking for 3-6 participants from UK based IoT companies/startups working on #iot for the home to take part in an approximately 2 hour workshop to test a toolkit he has designed. Get in touch with him at michael dot kann at network dot rca dot ac dot uk


Many Pebbles are hiring a junior electronics engineer. More details. 


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