Now a global innovation hub, Sensor City is positioning Liverpool City Region as an international leader in Industry 4.0 with a cohort of new tenants. The latest organizations making Sensor City home are Visual5d (V5D), Render Nation, Nova, Pulse Systems, Sensicon, and Aerodrums. Having worked with construction giants Kier, Balfour Beattie, Morgan Sindall and Laing O’Rourke, V5D is widely recognized as a trailblazer in 4D structural sequencing.
Continuing to exert its global influence, Sensor City welcomes Render Nation, an international production support and 3D rendering expert. The company hopes to capitalize on the connection and collaboration opportunities at Sensor City to develop its computer-generated images, animations, and augmented reality (AR) apps for its clients.
True to its key offering, Sensor City continues to champion Liverpool City Region’s home-grown talent in the tech, digital and creative industries too. Liverpool-based tech start-up co-foundry Nova has recently moved into the Sensor City building to help identify and support local entrepreneurs by developing ideas into successful, scalable tech start-ups in sectors including healthcare, fintech, education, and eGaming.
Having first moved into Sensor City in January 2018 on a hot desk basis, sensor innovators Pulse Systems has now taken up permanent office space within the building to develop its business activities further. This progression demonstrates the intended natural flow of SMEs through Sensor City, with Member companies receiving business and technical support to help them grow at pace.
As a joint venture between Liverpool John Moores University and the University of Liverpool, Sensor City is a global hub that works with hi-tech businesses on new systems and applications using sensor technology and the IoT. Having welcomed a total number of 15 new tenants and 56 hot deskers since its launch in 2017, Sensor City is set to further bridge the knowledge gap between new disruptive technologies and local enterprise. Ready to get with the program? Then pay a visit to Sensor City.