Funding helps create jobs and new centre

Publication Date12 January 2022
Publication titleAirdrie & Coatbridge Advertiser
Chapelhall-based Autonomous iOt will invest a total of £500,000 in its plans, with the new full-time permanent employees contributing to its work in tackling climate change

The company, which was founded in 2019, develops renewable energy products which use solar and wind power, including an intelligent lighting multi-use platform which is already in use by councils, housing authorities and companies across the UK.

Chief executive Bobby Kane told the Advertiser: "Autonomous iOt has been punching above its weight throughout its infancy, so I'm thrilled that Scottish Enterprise has acknowledged our value to the Scottish economy, which will help us accelerate our ambitions.

"Fast tracking ideas to commercial product takes a combination of seasoned veterans and graduates right out of university, which underlines our culture - everyone's ideas matter.

"Working alongside university think tanks and like-minded supply chain partners gives us the catalyst for success; and along with this invaluable support from Scottish Enterprise's green jobs funding, this will help us grow Autonomous iOt's contribution both to the Scottish economy and to...

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