Project Announcements

  • Mallon wins Meath Field Names Project

    By Andrew Bennett | Mon 2nd Jul 2012

    Last week we won a tender published by voluntary group, Meath Field Names Group, to undertake the GIS Mapping/ Digitisation of Meath fields using Mapinfo software. The Meath Field Names Group is a voluntary group which was established in May 2008. This project is to record and publish the field names of County Meath along with their history, folklore and relevant information. It is guided by an elected Steering Group along with a networ

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  • Inland Fisheries Framework Agreement

    By Andrew Bennett | Wed 8th Feb 2012

    Mallon Technology have been selected for inclusion in the framework agreement for future work with Inland Fisheries Ireland. IFI wished to establish a multi-operator framework agreement for the development of this enhanced mobile GIS and database storage proposal over a period of three years and following the tender process Mallon Technology was identified as one of the top 3 tenderers. Over the next 3 years the project intends to ful

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  • NIHE Contract Award

    By Andrew Bennett | Fri 29th Jul 2011

    Mallon Technology has been awarded a prestigious tender by the Northern Ireland Housing Executive. NIHE, Northern Ireland’s sole comprehensive housing authority, manages approximately 90,000 publicly owned dwellings. We are currently contracted to process land transaction updates to the NIHE GIS land terrier system, a geographic information system that contains all data relating to their land/buildings holdings. The project involves t

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  • Diamond Fire in Donegal

    By Andrew Bennett | Tue 8th Mar 2011

    I was in Letterkenny yesterday training Glenn and the team on Diamond Fire. I must say I'm pleased to have the system up and running in the northern most county, especially because it's only an hour from my house, so I was home in time to pick the kids up for a change. I recorded the training session on camtasia so I can produce some online training materials for them, but looking back through the footage, it's going to take some serious

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  • Mallon Undertake EPA Digitising Project

    By Andrew Bennett | Sat 13th Nov 2010

    Mallon Technology are undertaking the digitising of river charts for the Environmental Protection Agency, Dublin. The project involves the capture of 85,000 charts and completion will be phased over a three year period. Data loggers are used to monitor trends in water levels in rivers throughout Ireland. The data retrieved varies on a weekly basis and these results are used for the creation of future plans for flood defences for Ir

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  • Data Capture Project for Department of the Environment

    By Andrew Bennett | Sat 13th Nov 2010

    Mallon Technology has been awarded the contract to capture all personnel and subject files for the Department of the Environment in Ireland. The Department of the Environment, like many other central government organisations has decided to implement an enterprise wide document management system. One of the key challenges in doing this is capturing critical data and making it usable for all stakeholders within the organisation. Mallo

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  • Mallon Win County Council Planning Projects

    By Andrew Bennett | Sat 13th Nov 2010

    Mallon Technology, through the competitive tender process, has been awarded two six figure projects which entail the GIS and the file capture of planning applications. The first of these is for Cavan County Council. The project is expected to take eight months to complete and includes the scanning of over 13,800 planning files. Tara Spain, Senior Planner at Cavan County Council, commented We have chosen Mallon Technology due to their previo

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  • Laois County Council take full Diamond Suite

    By Andrew Bennett | Sat 13th Nov 2010

    Laois County Council have signed an agreement with Mallon Technology to utilise the Diamond Product set and future modules over the next 5 years. Under the agreement Laois County Council will benefit from a fully managed application portfolio which will manage a large portion of the councils administrative functions. Laois County Council have currently implemented the Diamond Park It system, Diamond Litter and Diamond Fire. Over the

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