Space technology firm looking to go stratospheric

7th July, 2019
John O’Leary, chief executive, Innalabs Maura Hickey

Innalabs, the Dublin-based manufacturer of inertial sensors and systems for use in the space, aerospace and defence sectors, has plans to create up to 40 jobs over the next three years.

Established in 2011, Innalabs employs 58 people in Blanchardstown.

“In everyday life, you’ll find sensors like ours in your smartphone or car, but you would have encountered the grade of sensors we design the last time you travelled on a commercial aeroplane,” said chief executive John O’Leary....

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