Guardian feature National Geographic 'Sea to Source' expedition. Heather Koldewey, co-lead talks about the use of the plastic tracking devices designed and produced by Icoteq for the expedition. 'Following the Ganges upstream from where it empties in the Bay of Bengal to its source in the Himalayas, the National Geographic-backed expedition aims to better understand [...]
Great to see our turtle tracking project featured in Nordic's WirelessQ technology magazine. (see page 6) http://www.nordicsemi.com/-/media/Publications/Wireless-Quarter-pdf/2019/NS_WQ_Q2_Summer_2019.pdf?la=en&hash=44CF6F3E4ED9F9C3D02F3C26F4E08BAAE7D7962C
It’s an exciting time at Icoteq. We are entering our next phase of growth with a number of new projects, award recognition and a growing team! If you are interested in a new role and want to join our expanding team check out our join us page or give us a call. We can offer you [...]
Pleased to be featured in the latest Business Insider, recognising our work in the conservation sector.
Icoteq are pleased to announce that we are finalists for the IoT Project of The Year at the National Technology Awards for our Sea Turtle tracking project with the Arribada Initiative. Our brief was to design a low-cost affordable tracking solution for researchers and conservationists. The ‘Arribada Tag’ is a modular platform designed with off-the-shelf [...]