The company was founded in 2015 when three University of Cambridge students met in a bar after a technology conference. After much work and discussion, we decided to call the company Ubisor Tech, which is short for Ubiquitous Sensor Technology. The name reflects our beliefs – that sensor networks will form a large part of the future civilisation, generating values for all walks of lives from boardroom managers to newly-borned infants.
Meet the team behind Ubisor Tech:
Zhihua Wang is a technology innovator in computer software and hardware. He studied BEng Electrical and Electronic Engineering at the University of Manchester, and MPhil in Wireless Power Transmission at the University of Cambridge. Before the company was founded, he worked in a variety of companies, including State Grid of China, China Development Bank, China Central Television and Haitong Innovation Capital. Currently as a research student in Department of Computer Science in Oxford University, his interests are in wireless power transfer, high accurate positioning sensor design, communication channel in hazard environment and cloud sensor data storage. Zhihua is also an extreme sports lover, he is a big fan of parachuting, rowing and snowboarding.
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Yingwan Loh obtained a First Class Honors in BEng Mechanical Design Engineering at the University of Glasgow. She then continued her Masters degree in Industrial Systems, Manufacture and Management (ISMM) at the University of Cambridge, where she was a student at Gonville & Caius College. She has work experience in design engineering, operations improvements, business intelligence and aerospace manufacturing engineering. She is also actively engaged in entrepreneurial activities and events.
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Wei Sun, a current Electrical Engineering Ph.D student at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in the USA. His main research interest is in the development of smart grids,particularly for wind and solar energy. He got a Master degree in Electrical Engineering from Cornell University in 2013 and has spent a year in industry, working in power systems & electronics companies.
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Hang Su has worked in the UK for around 2 years as an electronic engineer titled as technical project leader in a research institute based in Cambridge since she finished her master degree from Imperial College London in 2012. She was majoring in Analogue and Digital Integrated Circuit Design and exposed to a wide range of IC design principles and IC design softwares during the study in imperial college. She worked for condition and structural health monitoring section covering energy, transport, industrial manufacture and construction industry. During the work, she managed 400k EU funded projects within oil and gas industry and gained hands on engineering experience during the work. She also gained embedded programming experience with micro-controller during project delivering.
Yunfei Niu, ARM Ltd senior software engineer based at the Cambridge headquarters. He graduated from the University of Southampton with first class honours, where he studied System on Chip. Yunfei has gained rich experience in embedded hardware and software design from working experience and projects. He has worked at ARM for four years. Each year he was awarded the "Excellent Employee" during the annual review.
Tao Feng is currently a PhD student in Engineering Department at the University of Cambridge working on robust wireless sensor network system after graduating from Cardiff University as BEng in Electrical and Electronic Engineering with 1st Class Honours Degree. He specialises in wireless communication and embedded system development. He has both research and industrial experiences in electrical and electronic engineering, software engineering and renewable energy.
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Jhon Nuqui is a Mechanical Engineer with interest in areas as diverse as sustainability, systems architechure, design thinking, business and management. He graduated in Mechatronics with Aerospace Engineering at Temasek Polytechnic, Singapore, and later in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Manchester, UK. After researching joint failure in electronics, energy harvesting and effects of internal cooling channels at these two institutions, he pursued an MPhil in Engineering for Sustainable Development at the University of Cambridge. He is currently exploring applications of prognostic sensors in vehicle maintenance.
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As a new startup, we are always looking for potential investors or collaborators to expand our markets and operations. We have carried out competitive intelligence, industry analysis and roadmap for our business and technology. If you are interested, please get in touch using the link below to get a copy of our business plan.
On the other hand, we are recruiting top talents to join us in our exciting journey ahead. If you want to be part of the team, drop us an email with your CV and Cover Letter.
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