Enterprise Ireland E5,000 Innovation Voucher Call

TSSG are pleased to announce Enterprise Ireland Innovation voucher application opens on Wednesday May 4th until  3 pm Wednesday 18th May.

The Enterprise Ireland innovation voucher was developed to build links between Ireland’s public knowledge providers such as TSSG and small businesses encouraging work with Irish research institutes.   Companies can access expertise and resources to develop new and improve products, processes, services and generate new knowledge and know-how.  The participating company benefits in terms of its growth, the evolution of its strategic research and development and the creation of new knowledge that it can use to generate commercial advantage.

EIvoucherVouchers  are worth E5,000 each and are available to assist any registered limited company to explore business opportunities or problems. The knowledge gained from such a project may be used to solve business problems or to innovate a product, process or service.   Companies that have work with TSSG over the years as part of Enterprise Ireland innovation voucher include RedSquared, WeddingDates and Musinc Ltd.

For further information on innovation vouchers please click HERE 

Squaring the CIRCLE at Cambridge: 1st Workshop on Molecular Communications

CircleDr. Alan Davy, Research Unit Manager, Emerging Networks Lab, TSSG, Waterford Institute of Technology, recently organised the 1st Workshop on Molecular Communications at Cambridge University, Cambridge, UK on April 11th and 12th 2016.

The event saw 37 of the highest respected scientists in the field of molecular communications come together to discuss this emerging field of study. Molecular Communications is the use of molecules to exchange information between biological and non-biological entities at the nanoscale. IEEE named it in the top ten hot topics in communications technology in 2015

When we talk about nanoscale, think of how every living cell within the human body communicates information between each other to regulate behaviour. Cells use the exchange of molecules such as Calcium to communicate between each other. In the future man-made nanoscale machines will use molecular communications much in the same way cells do, to communicate and coordinate tasks. These machines can operate within the human body to perform various tasks, such as precision drug delivery, auto immune system support, cancer cell detection and removal, to name a few.

Dr. Davy and the community of researchers involved are working hard to understand how scientists can research and develop this technology for future applications. The EU Horizon 2020 Future and Emerging Technology project CIRCLE, which aims to coordinate European research on molecular communications, sponsored the workshop. The aim of the workshop was to firstly identify education opportunities for young researchers wishing to study this discipline, secondly discuss a research roadmap for the community to focus on the most important questions to be resolved and finally discuss how industry can get involved in the research.

For further information about the CIRCLE project, please click HERE or Dr. Alan Davy, please click HERE

Experienced Software Developer (REF. NO. 017118)


Work with the Project Technical Lead to develop requirements for software. Develop software using the appropriate technology set as specified by the Project technical lead.

Job Title: Software Developer (Ref. No. 017118)

Department: Mobile Services Unit, TSSG (

Location: Waterford

Commencement Date: Immediately

Minimum Qualification Required: Degree in computing, maths, engineering or equivalent (e.g. BSc/BEng), plus 3 or more years relevant work experience.

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Healthier Living in cities through The Internet of Things

imagesTSSG, Vodafone Ireland, Kilkenny Chamber and Waterford Chamber  are coming together for an interactive workshop on Healthier Living in cities through Internet of Things on Tuesday, 26th, April 2016 from 9.00am to 11.30am at the Lyrath Estate, Dublin Road, Kilkenny.

Most companies today have heard of IoT, however they are unsure as to how it will impact them or more importantly who they should be talking to about creating an IoT Strategy or how IoT might impact on their business.  At the event, we will provide insights, guidance and best practice information to support businesses on their innovation journey.

Join us to understand how to develop an IOT strategy and hear from expert guest speakers including Kieran Daly, CTO & Co-Founder, HealthBeacon, Lauren Morris, Head of Machine to Machine at Vodafone and Dr Steven Davy, Manager, Programmable and Autonomous System Technologies, TSSG.

Pre-regristration is essential for this free event and as places are limited, intending delegates are encouraged to register here

CDU at OFFSET Design Conference 2016

offsetOFFSET Design Conference was back at Dublin’s Bord Gáis Energy Theatre from the 8th – 10th of April. In it’s 8th year the conference was bigger and better than ever. The design conference, which provides a great opportunity to enhance skills, learn new methods and engage with many people in creative industry. OFFSET 2016 had an exceptional line up of Irish and International designers, advertisers, artists, illustrators, photographers, and art directors.

Some of the big names this year included digital graphic design duo Reed and Rader, Irish advertising agency Rothco, Irish artist Robert Ballagh, the channel 4 creative team ‘4 Creative’, designer and artist Morag Myerscough, Pentagram creative director Angus Hyland, Irish Fashion designer Una Burke, and designer and artist Seb Lester just to name a few. They spoke about their work, their ideas and inspirations and gave insight into their practices and personal perspectives on their own careers.

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