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Transport Minister Eamon Ryan has reiterated his support for the reopening of the Western Rail Corridor and Limerick-Foynes rail links.
Mercedes-Benz in Ireland is poised to expand its e-van range with the introduction of new eSprinter van range. It is an all-new, all-electric model comparable to conventional Sprinters that will take its place alongside the already introduced eVito.
Mercedes-Benz in Ireland is expanding its e-van range with the introduction of new eSprinter van range.
This morning has seen Ireland wake up to a new two week reality of almost total lockdown as the country bids to stop the spread of Covid-19.
Exploring recent advances in Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning (AIML) including fundamental advances in algorithm development, ever-increasing volumes of big data which may be used to train better models, and the availability of inexpensive, massively parallel computing infrastructure. This year's conference will consist of a series of keynote talks in the morning followed by a panel discussion and lunch. The afternoon will feature 3 tracks covering AI Implementation, Tools & Techniques and the MedTech AI Revolution. ATLANTEC are delighted to announce the following speakers have been confirmed for 2019 with more to be announced over the coming weeks:
The Western Development Commission (WDC) has published a new report analysing employment data for Industry in the Western Region. Industry includes mining, utilities and waste management but by far the largest element is manufacturing.
Patients at Galway University Hospitals have taken part in a landmark trial that demonstrates a significant advance in cystic fibrosis (CF) care, Saolta announced yesterday.
Athlone based Senator, Gabrielle McFadden has expressed her sadness on hearing of the death of Don Panoz, the founder of Élan Corporation.
Marine scientists from NUI Galway returned home from an expedition recently with some stunning footage of Irish deep-sea waters, as well as samples set to be part of pharmaceutical research.
GMIT’s Medical and Engineering Technologies (MET) Gateway is to receive €1.4m Government funding over the next five years to provide cutting-edge, industry focused, solutions for SMEs and larger organisations across the MedTech, engineering, and life sciences sectors.