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  • Mallon Technology Purchase New Book Scanners

    By Andrew Bennett | Mon 12th May 2014

    Mallon Technology is pleased to announce that we have recently completed the purchase of 2 new book scanners. The scanners consist of a Book2net RGB XL and a V Cradle Book Scanner. The Book2net scanner features an A1 book holder allowing us to scan even bigger books. It is also equipped with a book cradle supported by an auto-pressure adjustment with pressure sensors, ensuring gentle treatment of all delicate and historical books. The

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  • Mallon Technology Attend Chief Fire Officers Conference

    By Andrew Bennett | Mon 12th May 2014

    Last week, Mallon Technology attended the Chief Fire Officers Association Annual Conference in Naas, County Kildare. The theme at this year’s conference was ‘Leading the Fire Service of the Future’ which aimed to address the challenges and opportunities facing the Fire Service in Ireland over the next decade. The conference featured a range of talks and discussions led by prominent industry experts and experienced Fire Officers

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  • Successful Completion of Queen’s University Projects

    By Andrew Bennett | Fri 9th May 2014

    Mallon Technology is pleased to announce the successful completion of 3 projects undertaken for Queen’s University Belfast. The Hart Wright Biography and Photo Collection The first project Mallon Technology were awarded was to digitally capture the ‘Hart Wright Biography’ and some 1500 bound and loose photographs, for the Special Collections and Archives department of the McClay Library at Queens University. The first stage of

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  • Mallon Technology Attend CAPIGI 2014

    By Andrew Bennett | Fri 9th May 2014

    Recently Eric Hardiman and Niamh O’Keeffe attended the annual Conference on Agricultural Policy Implementation and Geo-Information, in Amsterdam. CAPIGI aims to bring together governments, industry and research to discuss the impact of geo-information in implementing agricultural policy. The theme of the conference this year was ‘Connecting the Future’. This aimed to set out the challenges that lie ahead of us to meet the needs of

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  • Mallon Technology completes Presbyterian Historical Society Project

    By Andrew Bennett | Thu 8th May 2014

    Mallon Technology is pleased to announce the successful completion of a project undertaken for the Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland. The Presbyterian Society was set up to promote the knowledge of, and advance public education in the history of the churches of the Presbyterian order in Ireland. The society, formed in 1907, is actively involved in the collection and preservation of historic materials and records relating to

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  • Great Irish Bake Sale in aid of Temple Street Hospital

    By Andrew Bennett | Wed 16th Apr 2014

    For the third year in a row staff from Dublin, working in Agriculture House, participated in the Great Irish Bake Sale in aid of Temple Street Children’s Hospital. This year an impressive 16 bakers produced treats for sale which included many mouth watering delights including cinnamon swirls, gingerbread men, oreo surprises, scones, focaccia bread, cakes, buns, biscuits and brownies along with fudge and truffle delights. Many new an

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  • Mallon Technology to Attend Geo: The Big 5 - Open Geospatial

    By Andrew Bennett | Tue 15th Apr 2014

    Mallon Technology is pleased to announce that we will be attending the second leg of Geo: The Big 5 series of events hosted by AGI Northern Ireland. The event will take place in Belfast on the 13th May in the Wellington Park Hotel. To mark AGI’s 25th anniversary they have decided to go on tour across the UK to tackle the 5 big issues of the moment in the Geospatial industry. The second leg of the six event series aims to explore the

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  • Trimble eCognition User Forum

    By Andrew Bennett | Mon 14th Apr 2014

    Last week Justin Kidd attended the first Trimble eCognition User Forum in the Titanic Museum, Belfast. eCognition is an advanced image analysis software that imports and fuses a variety of geospatial data for analysis, such as raster images, LiDAR point clouds and GIS vectors. The aim of the event was to bring together both existing and perspective users of eCognition software to share ideas and was attended by around 40 delegates. The

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  • IBCI Building Control Conference 2014

    By Andrew Bennett | Fri 4th Apr 2014

    Yesterday Frank Hagenson attended the Irish Building Control Institute’s Building Control Conference which this year was held in Sligo. The IBCI event is aimed at practitioners in the field of Building control in Ireland. This includes Building Control Officers, Planners, Fire Officers, Engineers and Architects. Attending the event were around 160 delegates. This year there has been major change in the sector, with the introduction

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