We are looking for a highly motivated Senior Researcher or Research Fellow to work on a SFI-Lero co-funded project in collaboration with a leading agriTech manufacturer. The successful candidate will will have extensive C# development experience, exposure to modern development technologies, frameworks & patterns, experience, the discipline of working within a fast-paced test driven environment and a proven ability to deliver software on-time and experience working with ES5 & ES6, TypeScript a plus.
The successful candidate will also provide strategic and technical input to the project team.
The IMaR Technology Gateway is putting out an expression of interest for an internship/work-placement for a 3rd and 4th year Engineering students. The student internship will be for a period of 12 weeks starting on the 1 st of June 2020. The successful student will be working on a research project involving CAD design and simulation (or) development of software interfaces for wireless sensors All interested students are invited to send CVs to Krishna Panduru (firstname.lastname@example.org) by 1pm Wednesday, 27 th of May 2020.
Institute of Technology, Tralee, South Campus, Clash, Tralee, Co. Kerry, Ireland
We are looking for a highly motivated Senior Researcher or Research Fellow to work on a SFI-Lero co-funded project in collaboration with a leading manufacturer of heavy electromechanical equipment. The successful candidate will collaboratively work in the areas of path planning, system dynamics, motion control and sensor systems for autonomous vehicle operation. The successful candidate will also provide strategic and technical input to the project team.
Improving Resource Efficiency of Agribusiness supply chains by Minimising waste using Big Data and Internet of Things sensors
Programme: INTERREG North-West Europe
Duration of the Project: 42 months
Total budget: € 4.88 m
EU funding: € 2.93 m
Lead Partner: University of Bedfordshire (UK)
Images & Réseaux (France)
National University of Ireland
University College Dublin (Ireland)
University of Nantes (France)
Levstone Ltd (UK)
Nottingham Trent University (UK)
Institute of Technology in Tralee (Ireland)
Ulster University (UK)
Dunbia (Northern Ireland)
Aims and Objectives
The REAMIT project proposes to adapt and apply existing innovative technology to food supply chains in NWE to reduce food waste and hence improve resource efficiency. The EU has committed to halving food waste by 2030 by focusing on all stages in the supply chain. 35% of food waste in EU-28 has occurred in supply chains in 2012. Though technologies exist to reduce food waste, they have not been applied to food supply chains.
REAMIT will focus on fruits, vegetables, meat and fish as these are wasted in large quantities. The supply chain includes farms, packaging sites, food processors, distribution, logistics, wholesalers and retailers. The project will be carried out in Ireland, Germany, France, UK and the Netherlands due to the amount of interconnected food supply chains and huge food waste in these countries. The project will adapt existing Internet of Things and Big Data technologies to best fit the needs of the food supply chain management system in NWE. Through testing and adaptation, these technologies will be enabled to continuously monitor and record food quality and signal potential food quality issues. Through analytics, owners of ‘food to be at risk of becoming waste’ will be provided with decision support options to minimise food waste including redistribution to nearby customers. REAMIT project will save 1.8Mt of food waste or €3B per year in NWE, avoid 5.5Mt/yr of CO2 emissions, test and operationalise 8 solutions, and, support 20 enterprises. The technologies will be self-sustaining at the end of the project. They will be made available to the public via REAMIT website and social media.
The long-term effects of REAMIT will be optimising (re)use of food and natural resources in NWE economies and a consortium capable of jointly addressing the challenges in food sector.
The IMaR Research Centre at IT Tralee
has been awarded funding by Enterprise Ireland for a significant
investment into cutting-edge equipment for R&D in advanced
manufacturing. This new equipment will be made available to Irish
manufacturing companies to test and trial new technologies in
manufacturing via the IMaR Enterprise Ireland Technology Gateway, IMaR’s
outward facing industrial engagement division, based at IT Tralee.
In total, there were 43 successful applicants from the Institutes of
Technology (IoT) and TU Dublin to the value of €6 million, of which IMaR
have received 4 separate awards. The four funding awards include:
A fleet of autonomous industrial vehicles
A suite of industrial machinery monitoring equipment
An industrial wireless communication technology testbed
A high-performance industrial data-analytics server.
The development of the facility will allow IMaR to showcase current
advancements in machine connectivity, industrial wireless communication
and process automation and optimisation, along with providing a
trialling space for new technologies under development by the IMaR
Research Centre and partner companies.
Commenting on the funding announcement, Dr. Daniel Riordan, Manager
of IMaR Technology Gateway and Director for Industrial Engagement said,
“A key component of IMaR’s success in this funding call was its strong
track record in industry engagement, specifically meeting the needs of
the Irish Manufacturing sector. Funding for this testbed will allow
Irish manufacturing to remain at the cutting edge of manufacturing
efficiency, quality and profitability as the sector continues to
implement the concepts of Industry 4.0 and the Industrial Internet of
Within IMaR this equipment will be combined to create an advanced
manufacturing technology testbed, focusing on the Industrial Internet of
Things (IIoT), which will open to Irish industry for the evaluation of
system capabilities or to work collaboratively with the IMaR Research
Centre on the research and development of new automation, robotics,
machine monitoring and Data Analytics technologies.
Dr. Pat Doody, Joint Principal Investigator and Director of Advanced
Studies of IMaR said “The award of this funding from Enterprise Ireland
further confirms IMaR’s place as the primary research centre in Ireland
for applied research into the Industrial Internet of Things. The funding
will facilitate IMaR in providing state of the art technologies which
will be made available to our current industry partners and will also be
instrumental in attracting further companies to avail of the expertise
offered by IMaR. This testbed will ensure that our partners continue to
compete at the cutting edge.”
We are looking for a highly motivated, Software Developer to join the research team at IMaR. The successful candidate will collaboratively work and contribute to research projects in a variety of areas.
We are looking for a highly motivated, Research Assistant to join the research team at IMaR. The successful candidate will collaboratively work and contribute to a research programme in the area of aquaculture (shellfish farming). The main requirements of this post will be to provide field support to a research project, gathering growing process data from multiple shellfish farms throughout Ireland, evaluate, collate and document that data which will feed into a larger research project.
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.