Utonomy News

Paul Brennan appointed as Utonomy Non-Exec Chairman

We are delighted to announce that Paul Brennan has joined the Utonomy board as Non-Executive Chairman. Paul is a highly experienced technology company CEO and Non-Executive Director. He is also Chairman of two software companies – JHC and OnApp. He was previously CEO of Cambridge-based software company Zeus Technology Ltd, which had a successful $140m […]

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SGN awards NIA project to Utonomy

SGN, the gas distribution company that distributes natural and green gas to 5.9 million households in the UK, has awarded a significant new contract to Utonomy. The NIA (Network Innovation Allowance) project, which has a budget of £840,000, will develop and trial Utonomy’s innovative new pressure control and management system. The aim of the project […]

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From tiny acorns…

Great news! Today, we’re announcing the completion of our seed funding that will allow us to expand the engineering team and complete product development to certification and completion of the product. An impressive consortium of investors including The Institution of Mechanical Engineers, the Enterprise M3 Growth Fund and German-based strategic investor Insys have completed the […]

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Utonomy Team

More power to our elbow!

We’re delighted to welcome Steve Lewis who joins us as Chief Technology Officer. Before joining Utonomy, Steve was a Product Development Director at Amdocs, a leading global software & services provider to communications and media companies. Steve’s career includes positions at prestigious names like Evolving Systems, Kennedy Carter and Westinghouse.

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Steve Lewis

A smart grant for smart products

We’re delighted to have won an Innovate UK Smart Proof of Concept award. The funding that accompanies this prestigious award from the government innovation agency Innovate UK will enable us to further explore the technical feasibility and commercial potential of our technology and thereby raise venture capital to bring our technology to market much faster.

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