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CAM Scale-Up programme

Welcome to the Zenzic CAM Scale-Up programme 2020. This competition is a chance for UK SMEs to fast-track future success with Zenzic and CAM Testbed UK.

Entries are now closed, but you can stay up to date on the selected SMEs’ progress through the programme here.

The Zenzic CAM Scale-Up programme offers handpicked start-up/SME participants the opportunity to develop innovative CAM solutions at pace. Run in partnership with Plug and Play, participants will demonstrate their products and capabilities in real-world environments.

The winners will receive a share of up to £500,000 UK Government grant funding, accelerated delivery to market, and investment and partnerships opportunities. The programme is fully funded by the UK Government’s Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CCAV).

Congratulations and thanks to the shortlisted SMEs in the Zenzic CAM Scale-Up Programme. Follow the links to each SME’s website to explore their work.

Angoka provides hardware-based solutions for managing the cybersecurity risks inherent in machine-to-machine communication networks, used for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles, Industry 4.0, Smart Cities and Critical Infrastructure.
Beam Connectivity helps unlock the value in the data generated by vehicle fleets. Their Connected Vehicle as a Service (CVaaS) is a robust platform connecting vehicles, cloud, IT infrastructure and mobile apps.
Creation Labs is building advanced driver assist systems (ADAS) for heavy goods vehicles. Their solutions take control of the vehicle's brake, accelerate and steer decisions while under the supervision of the human driver.
Eatron Technologies is an Intelligent Software products and solutions company specialising in Electric and Autonomous vehicles.
Flock is reinventing commercial insurance from the ground up by using cutting edge technology to price, insure, and mitigate fleet risks.
Helix Technologies is developing a range of compact, high-performance, dielectric-loaded ceramic antennas for use in a wide range of demanding telecommunications and navigation applications.
Imperium Drive is developing technology that enables commercial deployment of autonomous vehicles. Their remote driving technology allows autonomous fleet operators to take over control of their vehicles remotely.
R4DAR is developing resilient, safer solutions to enable autonomy with less risk and less infrastructure cost than current technology propositions. R4DAR is developing the integrated sensor solution of the future.
Cambridge-based start-up Robok is developing cost-effective 3D sensing software solutions for low-power embedded computing platforms.

Join our Innovation Day as we reveal the winners! Thursday 26 November, 4pm (GMT).

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