The business purpose of this project is to reduce the risk involved in being able to generate low cost circuitry to time pulse incidents very accurately in remote locations by synchronising to GPS reference. This will enable ASH to bid with confidence on fault location equipment.
ASH wireless wishes Maria Stagno Navarra, James Wilshaw, Rachel Gray and Cameron Ward, Mechanical Engineering students at the University of Southampton and the robots they have created, named Ashley, Maxine and Barry, every success as team ‘Atlantis Robotics Co.’ at the 'Robot Cities' Eurobot 2018 competition being held on 18th April 2018 at Middlesex University.
Using its low energy electronics expertise, the ASH Wireless Electronics team created a light powered sensor system for fit-and-forget environments in which an explosive gas/air mixture is continuously present for long periods.
Providing valuable information for planning an IoT sensor network installation - e.g. how many hubs/gateways would be required to cover a set of areas, and where they should be located, the ASH team recently designed and performed a propagation survey of a major UK airport.
ASH has had a long history of working with startups and entrepreneurs to help design and create innovative electronics products. Nurturing and coaching ideas into existence is at the core of our services and the team have helped in over 50 designs thus far.
The ASH team enjoyed speaking today at the Impactech event 'The Impact of Internet of Things on our Lives'. The event sought to look at the impact of the Internet of Things (IoT) on our lives by highlighting four important areas: developments and IoT technologies, applications, connected society and data/security.
To accommodate our continued growth, the ASH team has expanded further so far this year with some significant new roles in project management and software development. Here are our new team members, from left to right, whose smiley faces you will now see when you visit the office:
The ASH Wireless Electronics team are very proud to have shipped the first of their In-shaft Digital Heat Transfer Array measurement systems, designed to accurately determine, record and stream, the heat transfer profile of a turbine blade while at 10,000 rpm.
Today marked a significant occasion for the ASH team as Richard Lucas took over the Managing Director reins from Steve Braithwaite. Steve will now take on the title of ‘Founder - CTO’ and focus his attention on ASH’s growing technological expertise and wider influence.
ASH Wireless Electronics, the Southampton based technology company, today announced that they will provide a retrofit substation temperature monitoring solution as part of the Celsius project which will prepare the North West network for renewable energy and safeguard costs for customers.
Bringing wireless expertise and innovation to the world’s industries is at the heart of ASH and, as such, we are delighted to be exhibiting again at the Electronics Design Show on 21-22 October 2015 at the Jaguar Exhibition Hall, Ricoh Arena, Coventry.
Southampton-based electronic design consultancy ASH Wireless Electronics Ltd has completed an over £60,000 development project, part funded by a Solent LEP Bridging the Gap Phase 2 Grant, to establish a new assembly and test facility as well as create new jobs.
Bluetooth® is an established, and well known, technology that allows devices of various sorts and flavours to connect wirelessly over a short range. Over the last couple of years there has been a significant evolution of the technology with the release in 2011 of Bluetooth® Low Energy (BLE), also known as Bluetooth® v4.0 or Smart Bluetooth®.