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Celebrating Success: "Sensing as a Service" Event Recap

Last week, the "Sensing as a Service" event, sponsored by Metasphere, unfolded into an inspiring showcase of innovation, collaboration, and community spirit. Held at the Kingswood Golf and Country Club in Tadworth, the event drew a superb audience, ensuring vibrant networking opportunities alongside enriching and powerful presentations.

As presentations unfolded, the room buzzed with enthusiasm, as our presenters passionately highlighted the importance of sharing knowledge and understanding in this area for the industry to progress. Each speaker offered valuable insights and perspectives on sensing technologies and their application across various domains, reinforcing the collective goal of advancing our field through collaboration and shared expertise.

The success of the event extended beyond the exchange of knowledge and ideas. Thanks to the generosity of all involved, we collectively raised over £200 for "charity: water," contributing to the noble cause of providing clean and safe drinking water to those in need around the globe. Thank you!

A special note of gratitude goes to Ret Mathieson and the entire Metasphere team for their unwavering support as sponsors and hosts. Their dedication and commitment played an integral role in making this event a resounding success.

We would like to offer our apologies to our online attendees for the technical difficulties experienced during the presentation by John Gaffney, Matthew Stone, and Killian Gleeson. We understand the frustration caused by the silence. Please rest assured that we are actively working to rectify any AV issues to ensure they don't affect future events.

As the event concluded, a sense of camaraderie and achievement permeated the room. With gratitude and newfound insights, we bid farewell, looking forward to reconvening at future gatherings.

Looking ahead, mark your calendars for an upcoming event not to be missed. SWIG's global webinar in April promises to be another enriching experience, featuring discussions on best practices and innovations in water sensing. Best of all, attendance is free! Secure your spot by registering at SWIG's website.

The "Sensing as a Service" event was more than just a gathering; it was a demonstration of the power of collaboration, innovation, and compassion. Let's carry the spirit of this event forward, continuing to push boundaries and make a positive impact in our respective fields. Until we meet again, let's stay connected, inspired, and driven to effect change.

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