Scotland 5G Centre

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An Edinburgh-based deep-tech robotics and agri-tech business, Crover, has been awarded £50,000 in funding to further its study of artificial intelligence (AI) solutions. The firm secured Innovate UK funding to progress their study of remote autonomous operations of a grain-swimming robot.

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Four firms from Tayside and Fife have won a share of over £400,000 in funding to use in development of projects using 5G technology. The Tay5G challenge fund is a collaborative initiative under the Tay Cities Region Deal, in partnership with the Scotland 5G Centre and industry stakeholders.

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The Scotland 5G Centre (S5GC) has announced that two 5G innovation hubs will be set up in Aberdeen and Kilmarnock. The Scotland 5G Centre is building a platform to drive investment. This launch will mark the fourth and fifth S5GConnect hubs, following the announcement of hubs in Forth Valley, Dundee

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