CW in Context – A glimpse into How the Next Generation will Drive the Technology of Tomorrow

Future Devices

Todays society is one of accelerating change, where the ability to interpret the driving forces of industry transformation and technological advancement are incremental.  Tune in for insights from keynote speakers Chris Styles of ARM, Jason Fitzpatrick of Centre for Computing History, Jack Lang of Raspberry Pi Foundation, Steve Marsh of GeoSpock, each offering a perspective on the future of technology.

From analysing the evolution of tech to interpreting the underlying aspirations of the younger generation, the CW Future Devices SIG highlighted the essential need to take tech to new audiences, spark curiosity and inspire the next generation of engineers.  The event showcased initiatives such as the ARM mbed, gadget archives, geolocation infused smart services and the iconic Raspberry Pi Project that aim to provide this influential demographic with the tools to execute, develop and unveil white spaces for innovation. Press Play…

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