Damien Browne CEO of Standard Access spoke to Anna Curtin on Radio Kerry’s In Business program recently where he detailed the trials and tribulations of getting a hardware startup off the ground from Kerry as well as the future plans for the company.
Damien spoke about how technical support from IMaR combined with financial support from Enterprise Ireland were key to the development of the product prototype, which allowed the company to not only prove the concept but also secure clients and investment for further development.
If you missed it you can check the interview out below or on the Radio Kerry podcast player
For more information about Standard Access you can check out standardaccess.co or follow @standardaccess on twitter.
If you are like Damien and have a great idea but need some technical help, get in touch ! @ firstname.lastname@example.org
The IMaR gateway currently has an opening for a Research Assistant in RFID and IoT applications.
For further information please see the IT Tralee website
Closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on Wednesday 29th July 2015.
It is anticipated that interviews will be held during week commencing 3rd August 2015.
Joanna Kossakowska one of the researcher at IMaR is currently researching methods for improving efficiency of blood collection in Ireland. The main goal of the study is to examine currently available techniques for intelligent profiling of blood donors. This involves examination and identification of most suitable data mining techniques and machine learning algorithms which will be applied on individuals’ historical data in order to predict their future blood donation patterns.
This research can be run thanks to the support and collaboration from Irish Blood Transfusion Services. However, further help from volunteers is needed, as a special survey has been developed to provide data for the research.
If you would like to know more about the project and participate in the study by filling out the survey please visit:
Phone: +353 (0)66 714 4259
Address: South Campus, MTU Kerry, Tralee
IMaR, based in Munster Technological University Kerry, is a nationwide resource for companies seeking to develop new products, processes or services. Supported by Enterprise Ireland, IMaR asissts in the delivery of state of the art digital solutions across all sectors of enterprise in Ireland.