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Cambridge TV interviews CDT students about their research to develop a sensor suite for assisted living

last modified Aug 05, 2016 10:14 AM

CDT students, Oliver Bonner and Josie Hughes, from the first cohort were interviewed recently on Cambridge TV about the Sensor Team Challenge on assisted living technology. The project was carried out in the final term of the MRes year at the Sensor CDT and involved the entire cohort working together as a group.

Watch the interview to find out more about the project and to hear why the technology developed has a particular relevance to a society with an ageing population.

The outcome of this research was recently published in the Royal Society's Interface Focus journal. Full coverage of the story can be found on the University of Cambridge website.

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