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  • Published dated11/04/2022

Nikon Precision Europe to expand operations with new office at Kildare Innovation Campus

Leixlip, Co. Kildare: Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment Leo Varadkar today announced plans by Nikon Precision Europe (NPE) to expand its operations with the opening of its new offices on Kildare Innovation Campus.  The offices will form part of its worldwide support network.

  • Published dated06/12/2021

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Come to the place for growing numbers of industrial engineering and technology companies

  • Published dated05/04/2022

Cork, Ireland Welcomes Fast-Growing US-Based Tech Company: NS1

New York-based tech company NS1, a leader in smart network control solutions, is establishing a presence in Cork, Ireland as a major step to further the company's global presence. The company is set to hire at least 30 computer engineers from various backgrounds and levels of expertise over the next two years. 

  • Published dated09/08/2022
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Newly opened Cork battery plant to help Ireland meet its climate targets

The ESB has been working with Fluence, Kirby Group and Powercomm Group on the Cork battery plant, as well as other similar Dublin plants.

  • Published dated09/08/2022
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Shannon-based R&D centre to drive mobility tech of the future

Future Mobility Campus Ireland is working with companies such as General Motors and Collins Aerospace on projects ranging from drones to autonomous driving.

  • Published dated02/03/2023

Mercedes to add Luminar sensors to more cars in multibillion-dollar deal

Mercedes is adding Luminar sensors into a broad range of its vehicle lines, to enable autonomous driving on highways and driver assistance in urban settings.

  • Published dated09/11/2023

Autodesk

Autodesk relocated its EMEA HQ from Switzerland to Ireland in 2017 200 roles at Dublin site, handling multiple functions

  • Published dated31/08/2022
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Smart buildings don't just create more comfortable, safe and productive environments, they also save money. Innovation Ireland Review talks to Joe Walsh at Siemens to find out why intelligent buildings are a smart idea.

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