uWatch Ltd provides real time security to provide peace of mind and to keep an eye on the things you can’t. uWatch empowers everyone to take responsibility and protect their most valuable items and important people.
uWatch started in 2014, with an initial idea for a battery powered electronic rat trap. This developed into a sensor rich computer, called The Cube. We determined catching rats was very similar to catching criminals.
The uWatch Cube can be used by anyone for a huge range of applications. You may use the cube to protect your van full of tools, to let you know your grandad is out of bed or to monitor your expensive bike in the shed. The cubes portability and versatility make it perfect for all realms of security or monitoring.
Norman is the technical director of uWatch Ltd. After graduating in Textiles, Norman entered clothing retailing and in 1981 set up a software company, Microcache. He invented the “Swipe” card in 1984 and in 1986 implemented direct debit in all major London Health & Fitness Groups, national hotel chains, Universities and the local authority leisure market. He sold the company in 1999 with 84 employees.
Norman started uWatch in 2014, developing a sensor rich computer called “The Cube”. The system gained Police “secured by design” approval in 2017. Norman focuses on the technical functions of the cube and writes the software which manages it.
Louis studied Environmental Science (MEnv Hons) graduating from Leeds University in 2017.
Louis joined uWatch in 2017 and has obtained a full technical understanding of the uWatch system which allows him to identify key markets for the system and provide support for customers.
“Working for uWatch allows me to provide people with the tools they need to better protect their valuables and livelihoods. The Cube can provide peace of mind and give people one less thing to worry about.
If you need advice on whether the cube is suitable for you or how it can work in a particular application, please get in touch”
Penny studied Environmental Forensics (BSc Hons) and Environmental Diagnosis and Management (MSc Hons), graduating to work as a hydrologist and contaminated land consultant.
With experience in detecting pesticides in fresh and salt water, and chemotherapy drugs in UK river samples, Penny is interested in promoting awareness of chemicals within the natural environment.
Penny joined uWatch in 2016 and works on the marketing and coordinating of both uWatch Cube applications and Bee.Watch systems.