A Nation of Creators, Part 1
The UK has been home to some of the most genius inventions. Did you know the first photograph was pioneered on our group of islands? That UK physicists, developers and innovative minds have disrupted all areas of lives across the globe? The UK’s rich history of innovation and invention has provided the world with ideas and products we can’t live without – the mobile phone you could be reading this article on began as the humble telephone back in 1876.
Upping your cycling game is a whole lot easier thanks to ReTrack – the wearable that’s tracking just how well your ride’s really going. ReTrack tracks all the twists and turns of your ride, creating a 3D animation of your journey for you to analyse, store and compare with other performances and competitors. You can relive each ride on your smartphone, tablet or computer from all angles, opening up a whole new world of analysis – you can ride smarter with ReTrack.
We’re willing to bet ARM technology is in your mobile phone right now – the company has made a huge contribution to the mobile world. It’s the UK supergiant you never knew existed. One of the world’s most prolific providers of microprocessor IP, ARM technology is shaping the connected world as we know it – over 86 billion ARM-based chips have been shipped to the world to date. The tech behind chips at the heart of almost every device you interact with every day takes root in this Cambridge-based company – one that began with just a dozen engineers working out of a barn in 1990.