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Robots for wind farms

Robots for Wind Farms Project Title: Robots for Wind Farms Funding body: SEAI Duration: 36 M (01/01/2022-31/12/2024) Coordinator: UL Partners: NA UL Team: Daniel Toal PI,  Edin Omerdic, Philipe Cardoso Santos, Anthony Weir website: (opens in a new tab) ABOUT The Robots for Wind Farms projects addresses SEAI’s central remit of bringing about a low carbon economy through […]


GUARD Project Title: GUARD – Drug Interdiction by Utilising Smart DronesFunding body: DTIF Enterprise IrelandDuration: 36 M (01/07/2021-31/06/2024)Coordinator: TyndallPartners: HereUL Team: Gerard Dooly, Matheus Santos, Petar Trslic  website: ABOUT The goal of the GUARD project is to overcome current limitations, support Naval Services with an Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) Solution to improve maritime security, and position Ireland as […]


Subsea Micropiles Project (SEMPRE) Project Title: Subsea Micropiles SEMPRE Funding body: Enterprise Ireland (DTIF) Duration: 36 M (01/06/2021-31/05/2024) Coordinator: Subsea Microplies Partners: NA UL Team: Edin Omerdic, Ivan Loncar website: NA ABOUT The offshore energy sector is at a critical juncture with the rapid growth of investment in offshore wind, the decarbonisation of offshore oil and gas production as well as […]


MaREI/OM-Marei spoke Project Title: MaREI centre Phase 1 and 2 & OM-MaREI Spoke Funding body: SFI, industry partners Duration: Phase 1 (2014-2019) & Phase2 (2019-2025) Coordinator: UCC Partners: here UL Team: Daniel Toal PI,  Edin Omerdic, Gerard Dooly, Thomas Newe, Jacqueline Walker, Luke Ftizgerald, Shashank Rao, Isela Ibrahimovicwebsite: (opens in a new tab) ABOUT MaREI Phase 1 & 2 […]


LERO Project Title: LERO software centre spoke projects Funding body: SFI, industry partners Duration:  Coordinator: UL Partners: here UL Team: Daniel Toal PI,  Edin Omerdic PI, Joseph Colman, Muftah Fifer website: (opens in a new tab) ABOUT Lero, the Science Foundation Ireland Research Centre for Software, brings together expert software teams from universities and institutes of technology […]


Aeolus Project Title: AEOLUS – A mid-altitude surveillance platform Funding body: Enterprise Ireland, SEAI  Duration: 01/08/2013 – 31/07/2017 Coordinator: Nimbus Research Centre Partners: here UL Team: Joseph Coleman website: ABOUT The AEOLUS programme was a joint collaboration between a number of prominent organisations in Ireland, to develop AEOLUS, a mid-altitude surveillance platform for use in security, health and safety operations. The overall […]

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