My Tech Life: ‘I have alarms for everything, otherwise I go into zones’

Barry Lunn is founder of Provizio, a car robotics technology business aimed at augmenting the human driving experience

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
29th November, 2020
My Tech Life: ‘I have alarms for everything, otherwise I go into zones’
Barry Lunn, founder of Provizio: ‘It’s weird to schedule time for unstructured activity, but people don’t do it if they don’t set time aside.’ Picture: Don Moloney

In non-pandemic times, I get up at 7am. I’m with my kids for a bit and then I head off to Limerick city around the time the kids are leaving for school. The day would then be determined by meetings.

We do a lot of work in Asia and America. I worked from home a lot, more than most people, before Covid-19. If I had a call with Japan I would be up...

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