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Deadline nears for ACORNS development initiative applications

This Friday is the final deadline for early-stage female entrepreneurs in rural areas to apply for the latest cycle of the ACORNS business development...

Siemens to establish software R&D group in Shannon

Siemens Digital Industries Software will establish a software research and development group in Shannon, Co. Clare.

Drone pilot and operator training for Shannon

A memorandum of understanding to collaborate for EASA pilot and operator training and certification in Shannon has been signed by Spright and Avtrain.

Lahinch Leisure Centre reopens after energy transformation  

The Lahinch Leisure Centre retrofit journey began in September 2018 when engineers from Tipperary Energy Agency completed an energy audit to understand how much energy the building was using and pinpoint necessary works to upgrade the facility. 

Tánaiste officially opens FMCI facility in Shannon

Tánaiste Leo Varadkar has officially opened Future Mobility Campus Ireland (FMCI) in Shannon, County Clare, Ireland’s first full-scale development centre and test-bed for mobility technologies.

New Electric Bike Share Scheme for Shannon

Shannon is to benefit from a new electric bike share scheme launching this week across the Shannon Free Zone and Shannon Town.

Digital Skies cleared for take-off

A European consortium coordinated by Shannon-based Future Mobility Campus Ireland (FMCI) in Shannon has been approved by the EU to develop a ‘Digital Sky Demonstrator’, for aerial Unmanned Traffic Management (UTM) systems.

Manufacturing collaboration event at TUS Moylish

More than 1,600 exhibitors, delegates, manufacturers and visitors from across Ireland and the UK travelled to TUS, Moylish Campus Limerick, to take part in one of the largest ever manufacturing collaboration events to be held in the Mid West.

LEO to host ‘From local to global’ event

Over the past two years businesses have been challenged to pivot and change how they look at business. Lots of local businesses took to the world of online retailing and some realised the potential of international markets.
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