Saturday February 29, 2020

IOT: At the leading edge

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

23rd May, 2015
The Nimbus Centre on the campus of Cork Institute of Technology

Established in 2008, the Nimbus Centre has been at the core of driving development in Internet of Things (IoT) within Ireland for many years, receiving recognition for the quality of its work recently by securing €1.5 million from the European Union to fund two ongoing projects.

Based on the campus of Cork Institute of Technology (CIT) and housing more than 100 full-time researchers, the Nimbus Centre has been working on embedded technology and using its in-house...

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