Join us at CONNECT IN CORK, an information morning for business and industry to highlight ways that CONNECT’s third-level, technology research can potentially benefit your company. The event is on November 29th in Cork County Hall, and runs from 09.00-13.00. This event will include details of
In summer 2017, Nimbus Centre hosted its largest ever number of internship students - 22 Irish, French and Greek interns from disciplines including electronic engineering, embedded systems, computer science, mechanical engineering and biomedical engineering. These students worked on a wide variety of projects supporting Nimbus Centre's
On October 4th the Water Systems and Services Innovation Centre (WSSIC) at Nimbus Centre organised a very successful design workshop which furthered steps to creating an online directory for Ireland's water research infrastructure. The workshop was run as part of the EPA funded project "Identification and
The Cork Institute of Technology invites applications from suitably qualified persons for the positions of Researcher/ Senior Researcher at Nimbus Centre. Nimbus Centre is involved in an extensive range of applied research and innovative embedded computing system projects with partners across industry and the globe. We
For the first time, Aeolus - an innovative maritime monitoring & surveillance platform - has been successfully tested at sea. Aeolus will enhance the monitoring and surveillance capabilities of ships by increasing how far key systems such as radar, cameras and radio detection systems can see
On September 22nd the TEC Gateway at Nimbus Centre hosted a very successful business breakfast where attendees heard from experts in the field of technology innovation. This event was focused on helping businesses to understand the commercial realities of a post Brexit market place, and identify
The Nimbus Centre invites you to join us for a business breakfast on Sept 22nd where experts will discuss the commercial realities of a post Brexit market place, and how technology innovation can progress your business. Our speakers will also offer advice on investment and fund
The TEC Gateway at the Nimbus Centre is an Enterprise Ireland Technology Gateway, providing businesses with innovative software and hardware technical Research and Development capabilities. We specialise in Smart Technologies, Internet of Things and Cyber-Physical Systems for the the Manufacturing, Energy, Smart Cities, and Water sectors.
As EU H2020 project TOPAs hits the midway point in the project, they have developed a short video to communicate their overall objectives, ambitions and achievements. Within the first 18 months the TOPAs team have specified the TOPAs IoT-based architecture to create an open building management
Nimbus Centre client, Kilkenny Cooling, have made 12 short videos documenting the story of the highly successful first year of the award-winning Kilkenny VS beer cooling system developed at Nimbus Centre. John Smee, of Kilkenny Cooling Systems, came to Nimbus Centre looking to optimise his then
Every company, including those in the construction sector, has its day-to-day challenges; challenges which can have a dramatic effect on their performance and profitability. One proven way to face such challenges is to innovate/develop new products and explore new opportunities to deal with them at source.