Even as far back as 12,000 years ago, visual tools were being used to communicate data. Back then, it was cave paintings, like the ones found in the Lascaux caves in France. Carefully painted onto cave walls, drawings of star patterns were used to aid navigation at night. A slightly less sophisticated Google Maps,
bITjAM will use its design and programming skills to disseminate the results of a SUCCEED research project that aims to educate the general public on cybercrime. bITjAM will be creating and distributing infographics on behalf of the project team, which is being led by Staffordshire University, in collaboration with Newcastle University. The Midlands based company is
bITjAM will be speaking at this year’s Skills Show, the nation’s largest skills and careers event. The free event will be held at the Birmingham NEC between November 19 and 21. Carl Plant, CEO of bITjAM will use the opportunity to introduce young people to digital tools that can help them find the job
bITjAM have been commissioned by Newcastle University and Staffordshire University to disseminate research on Cybercrime and Terrorism. The EU funded project involves the Universities looking into ways to help tackle terrorism and cybercrime through education and partnerships.
The findings from the project, including the
bITjAM have been commissioned to work with researchers in designing a digital platform to help people with mild cognitive impairments to remain independent longer. The project will explore the design of an information dashboard to aid memory recall in early stage dementia or other acquired brain injuries.
According to wikipedia, a smart city “uses digital technologies to enhance performance and wellbeing, to reduce costs and resource consumption, and to engage more effectively”. bITjAM have been providing these technologies for businesses and organisations during the last 3 years and plan to roll out further smart technologies.
The initial grant came form the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (“EPSRC”) entitled “Digital Economy Communities and Culture
Mental health is a serious issue that doesn’t always get the attention it deserves, especially when it comes to young people. It is still considered a taboo subject for many and as a result people are reluctant to talk to people when they feel they are suffering and search for