Innovation Martlesham (IM) was delighted that Lewis Owen & Elliott Ford, of IM company - Chronos Technology - were guest speakers at our April 2021 IM Breakfast Webinar.
Chronos Technology and partner MIT Dynamics discussed the challenges that companies face when transitioning to smart status, looking at both the immediate and long-term benefits. We learnt how a facility is already capable of being smart, using the existing data available on a network, and demonstrated how adopting smart technology can discover new areas for operational improvement and make the environment safe for staff, while reducing your carbon footprint.
To watch the event again please visit the IM YouTube channel
If you any questions following the presentation or would like to know more about Chronos Technology in general, please contact Lewis
About Chronos Technology
Chronos Technology is a leading international authority in resilient synchronisation and timing systems, smart technologies, GNSS and cyber security solutions for critical national infrastructure with unrivalled industry experience gathered over 35 years in GNSS, PTP, NTP and SyncE. Working closely with our customers and their evolving requirements, our team of technical experts provide complete solutions from network design, solution specification, installation & commissioning, monitoring and auditing, and 24/365 support, delivering best performance for timing & navigation applications. We are trusted as experts by our customers across the telecom, finance, energy, data centre, broadcast, aerospace, defence & security, enterprise/IT, emergency services, transport and manufacturing sectors.
A world leader in GNSS vulnerability detection and geolocation technology, Chronos also specialises in equipment for industrial Positioning, Navigation and Timing (PNT) solutions via the GPS-World.biz website, including ground-breaking GPS coverage underground solutions.
ISO9001 accredited, Chronos is a member of the ITU Standards Committee (ITU-T SG15/Q13), and Prof. Charles Curry is founder of the International Timing Sync Forum (ITSF) which is the largest annual conference focusing on synchronisation and timing technology in networks.
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