TFL Electronic Signage

If you hadn’t already seen our interview with one of TFL’s beloved representative who takes part in the thinking of making TFL’s electronic bus trackers widely available. Lets talk about some changes they had mentioned! We all know this is the signature countdown for many bus stops which does a great job in informing what […]

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TFL has a revamp for a cost effective way to make information signs more affordable. Have a look at how thanks to the Teentech event informing us of the choices!

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SIEMENS Train Signal

SIEMENS used Scratch to show how a simple train signal would work. SIEMENS works with train signals and Alex explains how it all actually works!

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What was it with Scratch? Everyone had been using it at Teentech… Anyway, we were able to talk to someone who uses Scratch to create games based on the if and else statement.

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Thames Water Interview

Tracy working for Thames Water allowed us to interview her. On behalf of Thames Water she had explained the challenges Thames Water overcome on a daily basis. She was right to say that water is taken for granted and we, as consumers do not understand the struggle the company has to provide water for every […]

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Teentech Interview

We were able to ask students on how they felt about Teentech, above is one of the students who was up and enthusiastic about an interview. She expressed her ideas as to why Teentech was important to her and why she attended Teentech.

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Thames Water

At Thames Water they were keen to show the troubles they faced on a daily basis to make sure everyone is connected to a fresh source of water. The activity they had laid out had a lot of pipes, grids with numbers which would show the cost if they were to build in that block, […]

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Scratch

What is Scratch? Scratch is a free programming language and online community where you can create your own interactive stories, games, and animations. Throughout the event, a lot of the events that had an interactive edge to it, they used Scratch to show their flow charts using the if and else statements without having to code. […]

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Innovation Challenge

Have you ever thought about the thought that goes into a product? No? Well, I will listen to a lecture and tell you the stages. For the design stage, you would have someone to design how the outcome works, when I say someone I really mean a team. For example people have set roles in […]

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