For more than a decade, Vision ID has been reaping the rewards of the internet of things, and its predecessor, radio frequency identification
Advancements in research and development at the University of Limerick are driven by their work with industry.
The end of the school term doesn’t necessarily mean that pupils have to be kept away from technology.
After releasing their Technology Vision 2015 Report, David Kirwan of Accenture talked to Killian Woods about what trends in IoT should be of interest to Irish businesses
Egg freezing for women may be at the extreme end of employee benefits. But it forces us to consider the line between perks and prying
Looking at the developments in the Internet of Things from a consumer and industry point of view, Dr Johnny Ryan talks to Killian Woods about why the time is now for it to shine
With a focus on agri-tech and smart cities, Barry Downes of TSSG tells Killian Woods why his organisation is excited about the new hype around the Internet of Things
Daleks are heading for the deli counter. But do we really want our shopping experiences dehumanised?
With a EU grant of €1.5 million to develop Internet of Things projects, Richard Linger of the Nimbus Centre in Cork tells Killian Woods about some interesting schemes
With the Internet of Things sector picking up pace, Philip Moynagh talks to Killian Woods about some of the measures Intel is taking to ensure security platforms keep up with research
Jane Ruffino We like technological achievement, but we also like it when the robot crashes into the wall
After a bumper year, Frank Salmon’s data storage business is looking for growth opportunites
The state wants to turn Ireland into a global hub for entrepreneurs. And a number of entrepreneurs want to help them.