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Drivers fail to see that automated and driverless vehicles will deliver promised benefits, according to a new study.
Take your imagination into outer space this new year and plan a visit to the BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition 2017, Ireland’s most spectacular science and technology showcase.
Roscommon County Council has approved Alexion Ireland’s planning application to construct a new biologics manufacturing facility at the Monksland site in Athlone. This will result in the creation of an additional 50 new jobs locally.
One in four Irish motorists say they have serious concerns in relation to the advent of autonomous driving.
A new venture, based in Oranmore that uses a drone to take the most amazing images from the sky, is also using the technology to help out with local missing person searches. FlyCapture has volunteered its services to provide assistance to the newly established Oranmore Maree Coastal Search Unit (OMCSU) which has been co-ordinating and running searches for missing people in recent weeks.
St Gerald’s College, Castlebar, picked up three more robotics prizes last weekend, when students from the school won the second National Mini Sumo Robot Championship in Galway. The Castlebar based school saw off competition from 17 other schools to lift the title. The team of Matthew Moran and Cian Ruane took on a raft of challengers, including a second team from their own school comprising John Dolan and Dara Coll in the final of the competition.
The Radisson Blu Hotel will open its doors to some of Ireland’s brightest and creative youngsters as they compete in the national FIRST LEGO League Robotics Challenge.
Students from six Galway schools are finalising their entries for the first Lego League Robotics Challenge national finals which take place at the Radisson Hotel on Saturday January 8.
The National Craft Gallery will host an informal tour of their current exhibition, ‘Embracing Technology’, this Friday evening, August 27, at 6pm.