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Vocavio raises €1.5 million for Florida expansion

Trinity tech spin-out aims to pick up ‘sizeable contracts’

12th November, 2017
Conor McKenna, chief executive of Vocavio Picture: Fergal Phillips

Vocavio, the Dublin-based simulation and training technology company, is raising €1.5 million and opening an office in Orlando, Florida, in 2018.

The company, which uses speech analysis to measure the communication ability of pilots, is eyeing up growth opportunities in the US, Europe and Asia as it narrows in on contracts with several large aerospace and defence companies.

“There are sizeable contracts coming on stream and we are keen to ensure that the company is well...

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