Limerick radar tech start-up wins €2m in Chinese aviation safety deals

Limerick radar tech start-up wins  €2m in Chinese aviation safety deals
Barry Lunn, chief executive, Arralis; Wang XiaoKang, chairman, CECEP; Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton; Yongkung Wang, chief executive, Bluesky Aviation Technology; and Paul Kavanagh, Irish ambassador to the People's Republic of China

Done deal: Chinese aviation contracts worth €2 million

The clincher: “With the growth in airports and surface vehicles in China, runway debris has become a serious hazard. Currently, we use teams of people to visually search for debris at regular intervals. Arralis’ short wavelength high definition radar modules will allow us to build systems that do this automatically.” - Ma Jian Zhong, chief executive, Sino TekCo

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