Category: Dublin

Expert Warns: No Official Data on Companies in Irish Augmented and Virtual Reality Sector 

Call for analysis to be carried out for “significant area of opportunity” for Ireland comes ahead of Ireland’s annual ARVR Innovate Conference The Irish Government needs to undertake a detailed analysis of the augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) industries in this country if it wishes to capture investment in these growing markets, according

MobilityX Conference, focused on the future of self-driving technology

MobilityX, the autonomous driving industry conference, will welcome delegates to Dublin’s Iveagh House on Thursday, 10thMay to discuss the exciting future of self-driving cars. The one-day conference will introduce the public to the global leaders of this growing sector and will be followed by an invite-only, TED style event on Mayo’s Achill Island from May

Philip McNamara the organiser of MobilityX appears on this episode of the Irish Tech New Podcast

I talk to Philip McNamara the VP of Business Development for Voxpro in the USA and the organiser of MobilityX. Philip talks to Ronan about the MobilityX Conference which takes places on May 1oth, what to expect at it, self-driving cars, and why some of the technology in self-driving cars is available in most cars sold

No Government data on number of people or companies in Irish augmented and virtual reality sector expert warns

The Irish Government needs to undertake a detailed analysis of the augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) industries in this country if it wishes to capture investment in these growing markets, according to one of the country’s top AR and VR experts.  Alex Gibson, Assistant Head of the School of Marketing in Dublin Institute of Technology

DIAS Scientists Launch Major Atlantic Ocean Research Project

One of the most ambitious deep-ocean research project ever undertaken in Europe was launched in Dublin yesterday, 18th April. The iMARL project – led by scientists from Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies (DIAS) – is centred around 18 state-of-the-art ocean bottom seismometers, which will be located deep in the Atlantic Ocean hundreds of kilometres off

Reminder: ‘Peer to Pier’ Networking Walk this Friday, 20th April

Sunny weather and free Teddy’s ice cream expected to boost numbers Dublin’s second ever ‘Peer to Pier’ networking walk takes place this Friday with hundreds of business people and entrepreneurs due to take part.   Organisers expect that sunshine and temperatures of 17C, together with free Teddy’s ice cream for participants, will result in upwards