Get hands on with new technologies at Rota-Motus launch

By Anita Jaynes on 13 November, 2015

Rota-Motus, the company that gives consumers and businesses the chance to experience game changing technology, launches this month. To mark the occasion, the startup has invited pioneering businesses CEL-UK, Myndplay and AirWheel to speak at their Grand Opening.

The Grand Opening is taking place at the Rota-Motus Edgeware Road, Swindon site on Friday 27 November from 11:00am to 14:00pm. South Swindon MP Robert Buckland will cut the ribbon to inaugurate Rota-Motus.

Speakers at the Rota-Motus Grand Opening event will include:

Nigel Tomlinson and Ben Caines, British FPV Drone Racing Association – 11:45 am to 12:00 pm
The British FPV Drone Racing Association, a not-for-profit organisation, aims to develop the sport and give FPV (first person view) pilots a voice in the model aircraft world. Nigel and Ben will talk about drone technology and explore its current and future uses.

Grant McKenzie, CEL-UK – 12:00 pm to 12:15 pm
CEL-UK has been developing Robox, the brand new desktop 3D printer, since 2012. With its HeadLock™ system, Robox will use different heads and be upgradeable to become a dual material printer, stylus cutter, milling head or 3D scanner. Grant will present the infinite possibilities and capabilities of 3D printing.

Tre Asam, Myndplay – 12:15 pm to 12:30 pm
Myndplay is the world’s first mind controlled media player. It connects your computer to your mind with dry sensor EEG (electroencephalograph) BrainWave technology, allowing you to control, interact with and direct video media or a movie using only your mind. Tre will explain how commercially available EEG headsets can improve focus and meditation.

Sam Parham and Scott Fidget, AirWheel – 12:30 pm to 12:45
AirWheel is the leading personal electronic transportation supplier. Its products have a speed of up to 12 miles per hour and can average up to 40 miles on a single battery charge. Sam and Scott will present the company’s range of AirWheels and AirBoards.

The Rota-Motus Grand Opening event will give guests an opportunity to take a closer look at the products on display, network over sparkling wine and enjoy entertainment.

Looking ahead to the Grand Opening, Jo Allen, director at Rota-Motus, said: “The technology we’ll be demonstrating is game changing, yet most people won’t have seen it first-hand. We’re here to change that and give the general public access to the ideas and products that will change our lives. We also want to inspire new inventors and provide them with a platform to launch their concepts. As the home of companies such as Intel, Honda and Nationwide, Swindon is the perfect place for this.”

Rota-Motus offers lessons, experiences and information on the products it has in store. It also caters for bespoke business team building events and meetings in its large open indoor space, enabling people to familiarise themselves with new technologies before they buy.

For more information about Rota-Motus, please visit www.rota-motus.com, like on Facebook and follow on Twitter.