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  • History of the Ryder Cup

    By Andrew Bennett | Mon 1st Sep 2014

    Welcome to our first Map of the Moment feature. We will be using this space to visualise current trends, news stories and events. September sees the return of the intense rivalry between the USA and Europe, who will battle it out once again for Golf's Ryder Cup. The Ryder cup has seen some fascinating contests over the year, not least the Miracle in Medinah for Europe last time out. This year the competition is heading to Gleneagles in Sc

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  • Mallon Technology Launches Twitter Account

    By Andrew Bennett | Tue 5th Aug 2014

    Mallon Technology is happy to announce the launch of a new company twitter account. Launched today, our twitter account will ensure you remain up to speed with all of the company’s activities, news posts and other announcements. To follow our new twitter account head to @MallonTech for live updates, you never know we may even follow you back!

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  • Mallon Technology to Attend GIS Ireland 2014

    By Andrew Bennett | Fri 1st Aug 2014

    Mallon Technology is pleased to announce that we will be attending IRLOGI’s annual GIS Ireland conference which is once again being hosted in Chartered Accountants House, Dublin on the 16 th October. This year Mallon Technology will be hosting a stand in the dedicated conference exhibition space on which we will be demonstrating our GIS products, services and expertise. If you are attending the conference, please come and check o

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  • Launch of Meath Field Names Interactive Map

    By Andrew Bennett | Fri 27th Jun 2014

    Mallon Technology wishes to congratulate Meath Field Names on the successful launch of their new interactive mapping feature which was showcased to the public at a special launch event held in Navan Library. The launch has further highlighted the excellent work carried out by the Meath Field Names project in helping to preserve and record the historic Field Names of County Meath, along with the history, features, origins and folklores beh

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  • Mallon Technology Delivers Presentation to UCC Students

    By Andrew Bennett | Fri 6th Jun 2014

    Recently, Niall Kennedy was approached by University College Cork (UCC) to deliver a presentation to Masters Students studying GIS. Niall’s presentation aimed to discuss GIS and Remote Sensing and how these are used within Mallon Technology. Presentations from those within the GIS Industry is a regular feature of the course at UCC and gives the students a great insight into the diverse business that are involved in GIS and how t

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  • Mallon Technology Attends Spatial NI Launch

    By Andrew Bennett | Thu 5th Jun 2014

    Yesterday, Brendan Sheehy and Leon Hughes attended the Launch of Spatial NI at the Titanic Building, Belfast. Spatial NI is the Northern Ireland portal for Geographic Information which has been developed by the Land and Property Services (LPS) in order to comply with the EU INSPIRE Directive. Its purpose is to allow ease of access to LPS base mapping and NI Geographic Information to the public sector and the citizen. It functions

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  • Mallon Technology Attend GEO Business 2014

    By Andrew Bennett | Tue 3rd Jun 2014

    Last week Mallon Technology attended GEO Business 2014, held at the Business Design Centre in London. GEO Business is a major new geospatial event for everyone involved in the gathering, storing, processing and delivering of geospatial information. The event has been organised in collaboration with the Chartered Institute of Civil Engineering, Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors, The Survey Association and the Association for Geograph

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  • Mallon Technology Attend Natural Capital Conference

    By Andrew Bennett | Mon 19th May 2014

    Mallon Technology recently attended Natural Capital Ireland’s Hidden Wealth Conference at the National Botanic Gardens in Dublin Natural Capital Ireland formed in 2013 and is made up of members who all have an interest in how natural capital accounting might ensure sustainable management, restoration and conservation of our natural resources. Natural capital accounting aims to evaluate the benefits and costs of our relationship wit

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  • Charity Bake Sale

    By Andrew Bennett | Fri 16th May 2014

    Not to be out done by their colleagues in Dublin, staff from the Portlaoise office also held a bake sale and an Easter raffle this year to raise much needed funds for two local charities. An impressive array of bakers turned out to produce many mouth watering delights for sale including cupcakes, shortbread, tea cakes, tarts, and scones to name a few. A big attraction of the sale this year was the raffle with the star prize of a luxury Ea

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