Insight is one of the biggest data analytics centres in Europe. It undertakes high-impact research, seeks to derive value from Big Data and provides innovative technology solutions for industry and society by enabling better decision-making.
With €88 million in funding, Insight has 400 researchers across areas such as connected health, decision analytics, social media analytics, smart cities and the semantic web.
Innovative Insight solutions have included using data to:
Insight offers data analytics solutions for a broad range of industry partners in ICT, healthcare, retail, finance, media and public services. Insight’s expertise includes the whole data value chain, from the integration of multiple heterogeneous data sources to discovering patterns and trends in data and making sense of them.
|Abtran||Eagle Alpha||RTÉ Community Analytics||Shimmer Research|
|Adoreboard||Flashpoint||RTÉ Content Discovery||Starwood|
|Avego||Guiyang Municipal||RTÉ News360||TreeMetrics|
|Avivia||NitroSel||Rubicoin||The Irish Times|
Insight, in collaboration with Science Foundation Ireland, is involved in many local and national events, including Thesis in 3, digital maker-clubs such as Coderdojos, 091Labs and Hacker-space. Insight also organises, in conjunction with the Central Statistics Office, Apps4Gaps, the first all-Ireland mobile app competition.
Insight runs and supports computer coding courses, local heritage digital archiving activities, mobile apps workshops and inter-school science debates. Researchers engage in talks on innovation, Internet Safety and Cyberbullying Awareness, and on the exciting career opportunities available in the field of data analytics. Insight is also driving a data ethics initiative, the Magna Carta for Data Project, through which the Centre actively engages with researchers around the world and with policy makers at Irish and EU level
Oliver Daniels - Chief Executive Officer
Michael Turley - Chief Operating Officer
Eamon O ’Doherty - Business Development Manager
Prof Alan Smeaton - Dublin City University
Prof Brian Caulfield - University College Dublin
Prof Barry O’Sullivan - University College Cork
Prof Dietrich Rebholz Schumann - NUI Galway
O'Brien Centre for Science,
Science Centre East,
University College Dublin,
Western Gateway Building,
University College Cork,
IDA Business Park,
Dublin City University
linkedin.com (Insight Centre for Data Analytics)
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