The REAMIT is co-funded by Interreg North-West Europe Programme. Currently it is running in 5 countries, UK, Ireland, France, Germany and Netherlands, implemented by 12 partners and 6 associate partners.
Munster Technological University (Kerry) is collaborating with REAMIT partners across 5 countries in North-West Europe as a data analytics partner, supporting the analysis of a variety of data and helping establish a decision support framework to take proactive corrective actions.
MTU Kerry is supporting REAMIT partner companies to reduce food waste and monitor supply chains using IoT sensors and data analysis techniques. Data is being collected and analysed to have informed decision making.
The IMaR Research Centre works with a large number of companies every year in collaborative R&D projects. Through the open day IMaR wants to showcase our expertise and the funding supports that are available to local companies. Meet the IMaR Research Team and learn about the latest developments in the areas of:
Industrial Internet of Things
Robotics, automation and improving operational efficiencies
Sensor and wireless communications for greater operational intelligence and enhanced maintenance
Leveraging open source software to accelerate development cycles
Electronic asset tracking / RFID
View and check out the demos of our state of the art equipment and the Technology Themes, case studies, and learn about the latest research funding opportunities, and how we can support your ideas.
The open day is free to attend and open to all businesses, it will take place on Wednesday the 2nd of March from 9:30am to 3pm in the Kerry Sports Academy.
The fourth webinar in Enterprise Ireland’s Technology Insights series takes will focus on ‘Process Monitoring and Automation for SME’s’. Presented by Ciaran Doyle, Senior R&D and Business Development Engineer (Mechatronics) and Tanmay Swaroop, Research Assistant at IMaR Technology Gateway.
Process monitoring and automation are the principle means of reducing production costs, improving process continuity and product quality. The availability of low-cost, smart sensors make process monitoring a compelling, low-risk opportunity for many industries. It is the basis for both predictive maintenance, and real-time process control.
Monitoring and sensor technologies are components of automated processes, which serves to reduce waste, improve quality of work and provide a basis for continual improvement. Automation and process monitoring technologies are readily accessible to organisations of all sizes and underpin competitiveness in terms of cost and quality. This webinar will explore the methods and technologies required for implementing or enhancing monitoring and automation in SME’s.
The webinar will take place on Thursday 13th May 2021, you can register free here:
Enterprise Ireland’s‘Meet the Team’ series brings a range of staff interviews from across the Technology Gateway Network. The latest interview in the series features IMaR Technology Gateway Manager John Barry, in which John describes his role, discusses what makes the gateway unique, the importance of IMaR within the region and advice for those companies considering RD&I.
IMaR and IT Tralee have a stand at the 2015 Engineer Ireland Conference in Killarney this week, we have information on IMaR, and the Enterprise Ireland Gateway Network, as well as details of courses provided by IT Tralee.
We also have demos from Standard Access and Festo so be sure to drop by to our stand and say hello if you are attending,
IMaR Research Centre, based in Munster Technological University Kerry, is a nationwide resource for companies seeking to develop new products, processes or services. IMaR asissts in the delivery of state of the art digital solutions across all sectors of enterprise in Ireland.