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Tech talent exploring new initiatives in Suffolk

PUBLISHED: 14:09 17 May 2018 | UPDATED: 17:36 17 May 2018

Staff and students from The University of Suffolk and the Royal Hospital School, Holbrook at the Coderus Google event at Adastral Park, Martlesham

Staff and students from The University of Suffolk and the Royal Hospital School, Holbrook at the Coderus Google event at Adastral Park, Martlesham

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Seeking to inspire at Adastal Park as Google event attracts students, innovators and business owners.

Embedded tech in action: this sphero, programmed by the students at the Royal Hospital School, makes its way around the school and measures noise levels in different areas.Embedded tech in action: this sphero, programmed by the students at the Royal Hospital School, makes its way around the school and measures noise levels in different areas.

Software developer Coderus sought to inspire East Anglia’s tech talent by linking local innovation with the latest developments from the Google community.

Coderus invited delegates to immerse themselves in exciting tech developments before moving to the John Bray Lecture Theatre at Adastral Park to watch the annual conference, streamed live from Mountain View, California.

Coderus developers provided demonstrations of embedded technology to the audience.

Coderus chief executive Mark Thomas said: “These demos show just a few ways that we’re able to provide high quality software, as well as our ability to work with a wide range of hardware and embedded devices.”

Demo “Smart mirror”: shows live weather and traffic information, as well as live streamed snippets from social channelsDemo “Smart mirror”: shows live weather and traffic information, as well as live streamed snippets from social channels

The only event of its kind in the region, the Coderus Google I/O was sponsored by Tech East and BT, in association with the tech cluster, Innovation Martlesham.

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