As Christmas approaches and we look forward to an even bigger year ahead, it's time to take stock of 2018 and the things that made the biggest impact on us this year.

Join us in reviewing some of B-Secur's highlights of 2018.

JAN: Upscale 2018

Joined TechCity UK's Upscale 2018 programme

Recognising us as one of 37 of the UK’s fastest growing tech companies, giving us access to world-class advice and mentorship from some of the UK’s most successful tech entrepreneurs and investors.


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Alan Foreman, B-Secur CEO
Embedded firmware engineer at B-Secur

FEB: NXP Announcement

Press release with NXP Semiconductor

Announcing our great new partnership with NXP, on a powerful new microcontroller chip product for protecting connected devices.


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MARCH: Royal Visit

Presenting our ECG biometric tech to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

CEO Alan Foreman and Chief Scientific Officer Dr Alan Kennedy were thrilled to inform the royal couple about our ECG biometric authentication solutions, on their visit to Belfast.

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Alan Foreman conducts demonstration for HRH Prince Harry and Megan Markle
ECG biometrics for automotive

JUNE: LORCA and Car HMi, Berlin

From cybersecurity to the connected car

We were revealed to be among the first cohort of the UK government's new cybersecurity innovation centre, and also travelled to Germany for Car HMi, a leading European conference on automotive innovation.

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JULY: Analog Devices Announcement

Revealing our new collaboration with Analog Devices

Together, we've developed a complete biometric authentication solution for use in automotive vehicles.

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ECG biometric steering wheel

SEP: Apple ECG

Our response to the Apple Watch release, with embedded ECG biometric functionality

One of our most popular pieces of content to date, our response to why Apple's use of ECG empowers the biometric industry as a whole.

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OCT: B-Secur in the News

A great month for news coverage

We were delighted to be included in pieces on both iNews and MailOnline this month, calling out a range of use cases, from automotive security to lifesaving potential.

Woman holding steering wheel embedded with ECG biometrics
Messe-Muenchen, Electronica Germany

NOV: Electronica Germany

Attended one of the world’s leading conferences for electronics in Munich

We attended with partners Cypress Semiconductor and Analog Devices, showcasing the potential of our ECG biometric technology.

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End of 2018 and Beyond

We're working towards our next milestone, which is attending CES in Las Vegas, 8-11 January 2019.

We've got a big year ahead, with new people building out our teams and an exciting product roadmap in place for ongoing releases.

In 2019, we're looking forward to continuing on our mission to revolutionise the way people experience technology in the connected world, everyday, by using their unique heartbeat - we hope you'll continue to support us!