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From the monthly archives: November, 2011

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University Lectures

As a company, Triteq believes in ongoing learning, exchanging and sharing ideas and innovations. Each month we will endeavour to bring you news of educational opportunities in our local county of Berkshire and further afield.

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Remote Monitoring Technology

Satellite monitoring has revolutionised the way we track and record information across all industry sectors and countries, from bustling cities to remote parts of the rain forests. But what are the implications for organisations around the world?

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The IET Awards 2011

The IET Awards programme includes awards to reward and celebrate individual excellence and innovation, undergraduate and postgraduate engineering scholarships and this year Triteq were delighted to be notified that they had been shortlisted in the Healthcare Technologies category for their work on Eykona's Unique Dermal Imaging System, which transforms wound management in hospitals , this is the first wound care system of its kind.

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Triteq open in Oxford

Triteq’s Oxford Office at the Oxford Science Park.Following our company relocation in October from our courtyard offices in Stype to new premises in the centre of Hungerford, Triteq now have a new Innovation Consultancy division at the Oxford Science Park.

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Triteq relocation - biggest letting for ten years

In a report submitted to Business Today by local estate agents Quintons, Triteq's relocation to the Innovation Centre gave them the largest single office letting for ten years.

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Real time energy use

Smart meters have the capacity to change the way consumers use energy by providing real time readings. As the UK is committed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions by a minimum of 80% by 2050 in relation to levels in 1990, it is essential that energy consumption is made clearer and users have access to more accurate information. The technology is equally valuable to energy suppliers as it diminishes the need for meter readers to visit properties and it allows for more accurate billing and increased data efficiency.

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