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Internet of Things: danalto go Offshore @ Smartbay Test Site

Danalto equipment deployed on the SmartBay Buoy for trial and validation

Internet of Things: danalto go Offshore @ Smartbay Test Site

24th October 2019.

Article first published in smartbay.ie
https://www.smartbay.ie/article/internet-things-danalto-go-offshore-smartbay-test-site

Speaking of the Danalto’s trials at the SmartBay Test Site, David McDonald – CEO said

‘’SmartBay provides the ideal setting, expertise and test infrastructure for Danalto to test one of our cutting edge massive IoT geolocation services operating in the 2.4GHz unlicensed band.  The team in Galway have worked closely with us throughout to ensure that we gained maximum value from the testing and gained the necessary insights to assess the potential of our CardinalTM platform and 2.4GHz geo location technology for maritime applications.  It has been a great experience – weather and all!’’.

Speaking of the trials at the SmartBay Test Site, SmartBay Ireland General Manager John Breslin said

“This is yet another example of how the SmartBay Test Site in Galway Bay can be utilised by innovators to develop disruptive technologies in real-sea conditions at Irelands Marine and Renewable Energy Test Facility. Testing at SmartBay allows researchers and innovators to prove technologies and progress towards commercialisation, so that Ireland can become a leader of innovation within in the global blue economy”.

This project is one of seven projects awarded under the 2018/2019 National Infrastructure Access Programme funding call.  The National Infrastructure Access Programme is funded by the Marine Institute under the Marine Research Programme with the support of the Irish Government.

Danalto equipment deployed on the SmartBay Buoy for trial and validation
Danalto equipment deployed on the SmartBay Buoy for trial and validation

Speaking of the Danalto’s trials at the SmartBay Test Site, David McDonald – CEO said

‘’SmartBay provides the ideal setting, expertise and test infrastructure for Danalto to test one of our cutting edge massive IoT geolocation services operating in the 2.4GHz unlicensed band.  The team in Galway have worked closely with us throughout to ensure that we gained maximum value from the testing and gained the necessary insights to assess the potential of our CardinalTM platform and 2.4GHz geo location technology for maritime applications.  It has been a great experience – weather and all!’’.

Speaking of the trials at the SmartBay Test Site, SmartBay Ireland General Manager John Breslin said

“This is yet another example of how the SmartBay Test Site in Galway Bay can be utilised by innovators to develop disruptive technologies in real-sea conditions at Irelands Marine and Renewable Energy Test Facility. Testing at SmartBay allows researchers and innovators to prove technologies and progress towards commercialisation, so that Ireland can become a leader of innovation within in the global blue economy”.

This project is one of seven projects awarded under the 2018/2019 National Infrastructure Access Programme funding call.  The National Infrastructure Access Programme is funded by the Marine Institute under the Marine Research Programme with the support of the Irish Government.