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Senceive wins International Tunnelling and Ground Engineering Monitoring project of the year

Success for UCL EEE spin-out company

UCL EEE Spin-Out company Senceive has just won the prize for the International Tunnelling and Ground Engineering Monitoring project of the year, for the Box Tunnel project in the Western region that they carried out with Aecom. Simon Maddison, Chief Operating Officer said

“It really does feel like the culmination of 10 years of hard work and many successful projects, and also incorporating all the many practical learnings on the way as well. We have come a long way as a company, in terms of our customers, product development, and our ability to deliver successful solutions!”.

Senceive Ltd was spun out from the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering to commercialise an innovative approach to the problem of monitoring distributed industrial environments such as railway infrastructures and underground mines. By utilising a number of small, intelligent devices that communicate through meshed radio networks, the company offers an autonomous solution that is easy for non-experts to install, maintain and use.

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