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50 key players in Ireland’s IoT ecosystem

Silicon Republic documents Ireland’s vast Internet of Things network and reveals a system of collaboration and innovation between a broad spectrum of players. Not only do research centres like Nimbus make the list. Also featured are network providers, electronics manufacturers, R&D labs, multinational corporations, start-ups, innovators and strategic advisers each contributing to ushering in this new […]

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Nimbus presents D³LC Wireless Lighting Control Protocol Suite at CeBIT 2017

With the increasing proliferation of LED lighting technologies, intelligent lighting systems have become more and more popular, especially for large indoor spaces. Event hosts now enhance their events with innovative ambient lighting solutions, and in open plan offices, intelligent lighting can contribute to a positive working atmosphere. The control of these new lighting systems is […]

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Nimbus talks to Silicon Valley Global

Prof. Dirk Pesch, Head of the Nimbus Centre at Cork Institute of Technology talks to Frank Collins at Silicon Valley Global about the Internet of Things, the invaluable research being carried out at Nimbus and the vital support the Centre provides to innovative start-ups. So, what exactly is the Internet of Things? “There is no […]

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Nimbus named partner in EU H2020 project INSPEX

The Nimbus Centre at Cork Institute of Technology is a partner in project INSPEX, aiming to adapt obstacle-detection technology used in autonomous cars for multiple uses. This 3 year, Horizon 2020 funded project combines the knowhow of nine European organizations to create portable and wearable spatial-exploration system. INSPEX will adapt obstacle-detection capabilities common in autonomous […]

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