Revolutionary British-designed premium car audio technology with the potential to bring huge improvements to both on-the-move listening experiences and overall car efficiency is soon to be launched by a Midlands company that was spun out of Warwick University’s engineering department 20 years ago.
Dr Subhash Lakshminarayana is co-leading the new project Power Grid IoT System Protection and Resilience using Intelligent Edge (Power-SPRINT), with Prof. Carsten Maple (WMG). This project is funded under the PETRAS National Centre of Excellence for IoT Systems Cybersecurity.
WiE scholar, Emma Osbiston, won a summer placement at the Diamond Light Source synchrotron at Harwell
Emma, who is an undergraduate electronic engineering student, completed a project entitled R03: A Raspberry Pi Tomography Beamline Controlled Through Twitter during the three-month placement. The project allows 3D models to be created in a very unusual way and can be controlled by Twitter. Details of the project are featured in the March 2019 edition of The MagPi, the official Raspberry Pi magazine.
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