Dublin City Council’s Smart City programme looks at existing and emerging tech such as IoT, and how to best integrate these technologies into making a more connected city.
To find out what’s been done so far and some of the very cool stuff to come, Niall spoke with Jamie Cudden, Smart City Lead at Dublin City Council. He started by asking about 5G and how that may affect us in the near future!
This week we look at the signing of the National Broadband Plan and ask if the projejct is going to be up to the needs of Internet users by the time it finishes.
We also talk to journalist Brian Trench, senior lecturer in the School of Communications at DCU, about the short history of science communication in Ireland.
How are smart speakers handling regional accents and languages to become more mainstream? Niall chats with Smartling co-founder Jack Welde at their Dublin office to discover how they are making content on the Web easier to access by mixing automation with human editors.
John Romero’s creations include Wolfenstein 3D, Doom and Quake. Games that arguably, changed the way we play. In advance of his appearance at Comic Con in Dublin this weekend, he sat down for a chat with Niall Kitson to talk about his career and how game development went from a process of weeks to years.
We take you to the Dublin Film Festival to talk about virtual reality in movies, and get some great insight into VR’s real world practical future, with conference curator Eoghan Cunneen.
A Special Report where we take you on the floor of Web Summit to meet with some of the speakers and the best of Irish start-ups.