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Irish IoT start-up Davra receives funding from European Space Agency

Davra was one of three Irish companies awarded a share of €1.5m in co-funding from the European Space Agency. Irish IoT start-up Davra was recently awarded funding from the European Space Agency (ESA) Centre for Earth Observation. The Dublin-based company secured 50pc co-funding for a €570,000 project to develop an integrated satellite and distributed ground …

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Dublin infosec start-up founded by BT Young Scientist winner bags $3.2m

Led by 19-year-old Shane Curran, privacy infrastructure developer Evervault has just secured major funding led by Sequoia Capital. In 2017, Dubliner Shane Curran was named winner of the BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition (BTYSTE). Now, at the age of 19, the company he founded earlier this year has secured $3.2m in seed funding. Evervault, …

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Smartling Opens New Dublin Office

?Smartling?, the premier software and translation services company that established the Enterprise Translation Cloud category, today announces the opening of its new office in Dublin, which will play a central role in the company’s EMEA expansion plans. This reinforces the US-based translation and localisation leader’s commitment to its EMEA-based customers, providing its technology and services …

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How company culture made this man’s move from California to Dublin easier

Siliconrepublic.com spoke to Arturo Ruvalcaba, an audit advisory manager in Viasat, about his experiences of moving from San Diego to Dublin. Arturo Ruvalcaba is an audit advisory manager in Viasat, Dublin, but he’s only been living in the city for about three months. He moved from San Diego in California to join the company’s in-flight …

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Online recruitment platform Techfynder to hire 50 in Dublin

Techfynder, a platform developed by Test Triangle CEO Praveen Madire, hopes to connect IT contractors with global opportunities. A new online recruitment platform to hire IT contractors globally, Techfynder, is hiring 50 people over the next two years in Dublin to support its expansion plans across Europe, the US and the UK. It has been …

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Predict 2019 covered as a leading conference in Data Science

Predict Conference in Dublin’s RDS featured data science areas like AI and how its becoming key in helping plan for smart cities and sustainable services across the globe. As storm Lorenzo raged out in the Atlantic, Dublin was hit with a rain storm of its own thanks to global warming’s latest warning to humanity. After …

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Steph Locke on building a solid foundation in data science at Talent Garden

We spoke to Steph Locke, one of the most influential data scientists on the planet, about how much background is needed to build a solid foundation in data science and how to future-proof those skills. Steph Locke is something of a game-changer in the data science industry. She is one of just three individuals in …

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Predict Conference 2019 Bringing Data To Life, 1st October

That time of the year is here again when Predict Conference 2019 takes place covering the world of big data including data science, data analytics and predictive technologies like machine learning and AI. I chatted with Cronan McNamera, Founder and CEO of Creme Global who hosts Predict Conference here in Dublin, Ireland. He kindly answered …

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Dublin is a city in desperate need of life support

As Dublin’s status as a business and tech hub goes up, the quality of life in the city is going down, squeezing out community, arts and culture, writes Elaine Burke. By many measures, Dublin is a city on the rise. I mean, just look at all those cranes sprouting skyward. Almost as high as the …

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Clio raises $250m to expand operations from Dublin headquarters

The company will use the financing to amplify efforts to support access to legal services across Europe. On Wednesday (4 September), Canadian legal technology company Clio announced that it has closed a $250m (USD) funding round. The company, which has EMEA headquarters located in Dublin 8, raised what it calls “one of the largest private …

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