This website uses cookies primarily for visitor analytics. Certain pages will ask you to fill in contact details to receive additional information. On these pages you have the option of having the site log your details for future visits. Indicating you want the site to remember your details will place a cookie on your device. To view our full cookie policy, please click here. You can also view it at any time by going to our Contact Us page.

Technology specialist launches survey to discover attitudes towards technological innovation

21 April 2010

As part of its 50th year celebrations, Cambridge Consultants has launched a survey aimed to discover true attitudes towards past, present and future technological development. Cambridge Consultants has been at the forefront of technology innovation since its founding in 1960 and now, as part of its anniversary, the company is looking again to the future to discover what technologies people expect to have a significant impact on their lives in the next 50 years.

“Whatever project we are working on, our teams are required to look ahead, and that forward thinking approach is very much the focus of our celebrations and activity this year,” commented Brian Moon, CEO of Cambridge Consultants. “The past 50 years have witnessed technological change at a pace faster than any other in human history. This pace of change is likely to continue to accelerate, and our study on the public’s expectations for the next 50 years should provide some interesting insights.”

Cambridge Consultants will be asking people to submit their thoughts on the future of technology via an online questionnaire, which anyone can access by clicking here.
 
For each completed questionnaire Cambridge Consultants will be donating £1 to Macmillan Cancer Support, a charity that provides practical, medical and financial support to lives affected by cancer. The results of the survey will be announced in the Summer of 2010.

Established by three Cambridge University graduates in 1960, Cambridge Consultants has grown into a world leading technology development firm, employing over 300 engineers, technologists and scientists at offices in both Cambridge, UK and Boston, USA. The company’s work for both large multinationals and early stage start ups can be seen all around us, from the round tea bag you use to make your morning beverage, to the ground-to-air radio system used to control air traffic in US airspace; and from the Bluetooth chip in your mobile phone, to the ultra low-cost optoelectronics in one of the world’s most successful pregnancy testing kits.


Contact Details and Archive...

Print this page | E-mail this page