MTU to host Technology Gateways Seminar for Innovation & Enterprise Month
Munster Technological University is a multi-campus technological university comprising of six campuses across the South-West region in Cork and Kerry. MTU is also home to four Enterprise Ireland Technology Gateways, each delivering innovation expertise and solutions for Irish industry. Focusing on key technology areas, which are aligned to industry needs in sectors such as photonics, IoT, mechatronics, biotechnology and smart technologies.
Irish industry now have an opportunity to discover more about MTU’s Technology Gateways at their upcoming online Seminar on the 22 March at 1pm -2pm.
Topics on the day will include discussions around facilities and services available to industry on a regional and national basis. As well as information on:
- R&D funding
- IP Management
- Typical project lifecycle
- How to engage with a Technology Gateway.
CAPPA Technology Gateway is a research centre which conducts both applied and fundamental research on photonics for applications in areas as diverse as telecommunications, medical devices, food, beverage and pharmaceutical manufacturing. CAPPA works in the area of photonics generation and manipulation of light, and a major strand of CAPPA’s activities focuses on bringing the benefits of photonics technology to a diverse range of industry partners.
IMaR Technology Gateway is an applied research provider delivering technology solutions for industry. IMaR consists of two research strands Intelligent Mechatronics and Auto-Identification & Industrial Internet of Things both focused on the delivery of a wide range of automation, traceability and manufacturing services.The gateways core expertise is in providing electronic and mechanical hardware, software, IoT and data analytics innovation for increased productivity in the manufacturing, agriculture and process sectors.
Nimbus Technology Gateway develops Internet of Things (IoT) and Cyber Physical System prototypes for a broad range of companies, connecting everyday objects and systems and making them smart. The Nimbus Research Centre is at the forefront of cyber-physical systems (CPS) and Internet of Things (IoT) research, innovation and learning, developing technologies that address the real needs of industry, people and society.
Shannon ABC Technology Gateway delivers solutions to scientific and technical challenges faced by industry, by developing new processes and products from bio-resources. Shannon ABC develops state-of-the-art processes, using ingredients and biological products from natural resources. The results of these processes are delivered to companies in the Agriculture, Bioeconomy, Biotechnology, Cosmetics, Environmental, Food & Drink, Health, Marine and Pharmaceutical sectors.
Registration for the MTU Technology Gateways Seminar is now open.