Mapping Ordnance Survey Ireland’s journey – from 1842 surveys to 3D, AI and augmented realityApril 23, 2019
In recent years, there has been huge change to OSi's data capture, processing, storage and supply; a challenging journey but a necessary one, the val...
While many are working towards creating the ‘factory of the future’, most have yet to start integrating Industry 4.0 into their business...
5th IEEE World Forum on Internet of Things to begin at University of Limerick on 15 AprilMarch 12, 2019
Tyndall research deal to develop next generation chips for autonomous vehicles unveiledFebruary 26, 2019
Converting Wi-Fi signals to electricity with new 2D materialsFebruary 12, 2019
Using smart cities to accommodate overpopulation effectsJanuary 29, 2019
Maxim donates unique robotic learning factory to UCDJanuary 15, 2019
From Clyde Road to Kildare Street: How we engineered getting our policy voice heardDecember 11, 2018
What’s next for smart homes: An ‘Internet of Ears?’November 27, 2018
How to make computers faster and climate friendlyOctober 30, 2018
Smart cities and connected futures – a reportSeptember 18, 2018
At the recent Futurescope Conference in Dublin, Jamie Cudden, programme manager, Smart Dublin, moderated a discussion on the hype, current reality, a...
Tyndall programme aimed at ‘powering the internet of things’September 4, 2018
Hitachi CTO appointed honorary professor at NUI GalwaySeptember 4, 2018
Enterprise Ireland unveils €750,000 competitive start fund for fintech and deep tech start-up companies that have the capacity to succeed in glo...