We’re reflecting on the Demonstrator & Showcase Event we were exhibiting at last week, hosted by Michelin Scotland Innovation Parc.
We heard inspiring talks and saw some fantastic demonstrations, including hydrogen-fueled cars, electric scooters, robots and more! We enjoyed meeting and sharing ideas with like-minded individuals and organisations, all working to do their bit to tackle climate change and achieve net-zero targets in Scotland.
Our exhibition demonstrated the possibilities of our Relay Broadband and LoRaWAN Base Stations, our off-grid solar and wind-powered communications masts that connect rural communities and streamline farm operations across the UK. It was great having Mary Black and David Sully from Leading Edge Power join us for the exhibition.
We also showcased a range of our sustainable ground screws and installation equipment, providing the low-carbon alternative to concrete that is changing the foundations for all sorts of construction projects.
Who is MSIP?
Michelin Scotland Innovation Parc (MSIP) is the joint venture between Michelin, Dundee City Council, and Scottish Enterprise, created to generate economic growth in Scotland and support a fair and just transition to a net-zero economy.
With a 32-hectare site located in the City of Dundee, offering a dynamic space for all sizes of businesses to locate, businesses at MSIP have access to an innovation campus, a Skills Academy, business, innovation and skills support, and competitive, green energy delivered from sustainable sources.
MSIP is committed to working in partnership with industry, academia, government and the local community to transform Dundee into a key location for innovation that will progress emerging technology for a greener future.
Learn more about Michelin Scotland Innovation Parc at www.msipdundee.com