CGA Simulation won a place at the renowned ITS World Conference in Copenhagen as part of a competition run by Innovate UK. The Liverpool based tech company will represent the UK on the UK’s trade mission stand. They will demonstrate the 5G network planning tool they designed, with Brighton-based partners Nellyvision, for Liverpool 5G Health and Social Care.
Digicredis are also showcasing their Warnhydrate product at the event. Warnhydrate is designed to alert carers of vulnerable older people – living independently or at a care home – that they are becoming dehydrated. The device aims to prevent associated ill health before it occurs.
Both CGA and Digicredis also work on a project called ALEAD, which teaches autonomous car technology to drive safely in a simulation 3D environment. Whilst at the event, they will explore how 5G technology will impact on autonomous vehicles in the future.