Coderus and enLight Team Up To Raise Their BrandsJuly 3, 2018
A visit to the Hub is usually led by the need for good food, coffee or conversation. On 21st June, two members of the Innovation Martlesham tech cluster, Coderus and enLight, were also on hand to serve up interesting displays of IoT, embedded and mobile technology.
Coderus, based in the Ross Building, put on an eye-catching display, showcasing skills in embedded and mobile software design with a demonstration of their solution for luxury headphone brand, Bowers & Wilkins.
Enthusiastically demonstrated by Coderus’ Head of Marketing Rosie Denny and Marketing Assistant Lina, passers-by got to try on the PX headphones and play with the impressive noise-enriching capabilities of the software. For example, it allows you to create bespoke modes depending on whether you are out listening to music while walking in the city, in the office, or on a flight. “That was seriously impressive,” said one visitor to the stand. “I want these headphones!” said another.
Coderus CEO, Mark Thomas, was on hand to take questions from passers-by, which ranged from the in-depth technical to potential collaboration projects.
“These events are a great opportunity to get to know other companies in the cluster, to share ideas, even consider joint projects,” said Mark. “It’s also a useful exercise to trial demo setups and use the platform as an acid test for the many trade events we’ll be attending later this year.”
Joining Coderus at the event was fellow IM company, enLight. A Smart Cities and Smart Buildings platform that also offers sensors and controllers, enLight CEO Gary Atkinson put together a great display that attracted many visitors over the lunchtime slot.
Gary said “We really enjoyed our Raising the Brand session. As relative newcomers to the Cluster, it was a great opportunity to increase our visibility”