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

20th September, 2015
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

A start-up in Limerick has secured Chinese contracts worth €2 million to improve airspace safety using cutting-edge radar technology.

Beijing Bluesky will use Arralis’s high-definition radar to help helicopters land in low-visibility conditions, such as dust clouds.

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