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A passage to India reaps rich rewards for Irish CCTV software company

13th January, 2019
Sarah Doyle, co-founder of Kinesense Pic: Fergal Phillips

A major new government contract in India will see video content analysis software developed by Dublin company Kinesense being used in cybercrime initiatives across the central state of Maharashtra.

“We’re really focusing on international expansion and ramping up sales to deal with demand coming from markets like India,” said Sarah Doyle, Kinesense co-founder and managing director.

“I hate to mention Brexit, but it is a concern, so we have been really...

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