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Council Partners News Technology
Dublin City Council (DCC) have launched a new Telecoms Unit to accelerate the rollout of digital infrastructure and 5G deployments across the city. The Unit will offer a ‘one stop shop’ service to support the delivery of telecoms both underground (ducting) and over ground (supporting mobile and wireless services). With 5G services expected to facilitate […]
Business News Technology
Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Leo Varadkar TD,  met the U.S CEO and co-founder of VidMob, a world-leading platform for intelligent creative that has relocated its EMEA operation to Dublin. Alex Collmer, CEO met with Government officials, IDA Ireland, clients and associates from the social media and digital tech sphere, at an […]
Health News Technology
The Minister for Disabilities, Anne Rabbitte, has announced €2m for 11 projects under the HSE’s CREATE initiative, which aims to improve access to digital and assistive technology for people with disabilities. The Cooperative Real Engagement for Assistive Technology Enhancement (CREATE) initiative seeks to ensure that service users and providers work together to identify
Business News Technology
A company established by two County Limerick brothers to reduce chemical use in agriculture has won the first national accelerator programme for early-stage AgTech and FoodTech start-up companies. Cotter Agritech founders, Jack and Nick Cotter from Abbeyfeale, were winners of the inaugural UCD Agtech Start-up of the Year award which included a €10,000 prize sponsored by