60 highly-skilled jobs are being brought to the area, thanks to DeepVerge Plc who this week announced the expansion of the data and technology division of their business, Rinocloud into the Moorepark Technology Centre, with the development of a new artificial intelligence centre of excellence there.
The Irish-founded, London-listed scientific research group who are currently at the final fixing stage, will move on-site in September, according to the Managing Director of RinoCloud and Chief Operating Officer at DeepVerge, Fionán Murray.
The Artificial Intelligence unit at Moorepark will also facilitate the research, development and assembly of Rinocloud’s patent-pending optofluidic instruments to meet the demand for real-time Covid-19 detection in wastewater in Ireland and across Europe.
“We will be assembling optofluidic instruments in Moorepark and then these will be driven to the Glanaco site in Charleville,” Mr Murray told The Avondhu.
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