We are a one-stop shop for a variety of services, and offer the ability to pick-and-mix as per your requirements.
As reliance on technology develops, industry boundaries are starting to blur. Although specific requirements will differ across varying industries, these requirements will all share many core technology needs. This is how and why we have found ourselves working on product developments across many seemingly unrelated industry verticals. Technology has blurred the lines.
We supply all our services from under the one roof – from design and manufacturing to assembly and supply chain management.
We have worked with both large and small organisations across a variety of industries including:
- Smart Communities
New developments are coming thick and fast in the automotive world; with Electric Vehicles, Connected Car Technology, ADAS, Cyber Security, Autonomous Vehicles and so much more. We have experience working with household name automotive manufacturers as well as aftermarket product companies.
Design thinking is at the heart of everything we do, making the complex simple, driving out unnecessary cost and delivering the highest standards of product quality.
Innovation in healthcare is increasingly driven by the need to improve both costs and early detection and diagnosis.
Healthcare technology is a broad field where innovation plays a crucial role. Areas like biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, information technology and the development of medical devices and equipment are areas where CW Applied Technology has been actively involved.
We have worked closely with a variety of clients on different projects, such as:
- Clients developing and launching technologies and products related to next-generation sequencing (NGS) and single-cell genomics
- Clients looking to set-up and maintain with tracking a library of equipment in major hospitals
- Clients seeking to monitor environmental conditions which can have health impacts in specific areas
- Clients looking to implement and monitor hand cleansing by medical staff
The fourth industrial revolution is underway, and IoT is at the heart of it – therefore, so are we. Industrial products can often require a large mix of small quantities of parts. We provide a manufacturing service for just such requirements: low volume but with high numbers of variants and a mix of demand.
As we implement smart technologies in our factories, workplaces, homes and communities, connected machines will interact and visualize the requirements of those they serve to make decisions autonomously. One of the greatest promises of the Fourth Industrial Revolution is the potential to improve the quality of life for the world’s population. We have the design and manufacturing skills and ability to visualise a solution to meet your concept. Talk to us today and see how we can work together to fulfil your product dream.
Nowhere in the world of technology has there been greater disruption and development in recent years than in communications.
Communication systems include processing of signals for wire, radio, optical and electromagnetic transmission over distances ranging from millimetres to thousands of kilometres. Connectivity is critical to so much today. No matter your preferred means of communication – whether 3G / 4G / LTE / LoRa / Sigfox / BLE / RFID / NFC / RF (short-range), we have many years of experience in the area of communications and are ready to work with you to develop all aspects of your connected device – including the critically important element of communication security!
Our planet’s environmental sustainability means we must focus on low-carbon energy production. Solutions will be wind, solar, marine, hydro and geothermal. Core innovation requirements lie in generation, conversion and storage of sustainable energy.
Robust infrastructure and the efficient transmission and distribution of energy through smart grids will rely heavily on high-level systems integration expertise and, of particular significance from CW Applied Technology’s perspective, power electronics and sensor systems.
Smart use of integrated sensor networks and systems will allow real-time coordination and dynamic decision making, ensuring both grid and energy efficiency and security of supply. CW Applied Technology’s experience in Power Electronics, together with that in sensor and vehicle charging hardware system positions is to be of significant value as a solutions development and manufacturing partner.
Connected, smart technology is increasingly being used to ease urban congestion, pollution and also to improve our health. Connecting us as individuals to our surroundings through wearable electronic devices is enabling new monitoring and support services and ways to interact with both objects and others.
Increasing connectedness is not confined to the human world; many objects and increasingly, animals, have a growing variety of sensors, the data from which helps us to better provide services and monitor our environment.
Smart Communities will have much more capability than in the past and can better coordinate and manage the use of resources (e.g. local source of clean energy), and reduce our impact on the environment. Application of Virtual and Augmented Reality capabilities will increase in education and training, enabling the communication of knowledge and education through an ‘experiential’ approach more in keeping with the age in which we live.
CW Applied Technology is involved in development and manufacturing across all of these areas. If Smart Communities and Cities is of interest to you and/or you have a specific application concept you want to make a reality, don’t hesitate to contact us. We’re keen to talk!
Pressures on food security are also driving change in agriculture.
Increasing concern around animal healthcare coupled with increasing workload and costs in farming is driving the development of cost-effective diagnostic sensors and AI-driven analytics. The use of predictive sensors is improving animal health, allowing for earlier intervention, and remote monitoring is giving improved quality of life to the farmer while reducing labour in a focused, systematic way.
Pressures on food security are also driving change in agriculture. More intensive and sustainable production of food is increasingly being enabled through more efficient and focused agricultural practice. Many examples exist today such as sensing and monitoring for precision application of weed killers and land fertilisers, and application of water to plants as and when environmental conditions suggest it. There are also many examples available of remote sensing technologies including the use of drones for land monitoring and assessment. A growing concern regarding food traceability is driving an increase in monitoring and tracking technologies.
CW Applied Technology has experience in developing and manufacturing products in each of the mentioned areas and is available to discuss your product and see how we can help.
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