Tenant and Alumni News

Welcome to Antares Vision

Antares Vision are the latest multinational company to set up in the centre. They  design, produce and install inspection and track and trace systems for the pharmaceutical sector. 

We would like to welcome them to the centre and to Galway. We are sure they will find themselves right at home. 

Blue Tree Systems Acquisition

Blue Tree Systems provide a telematics solution for large and mid-size truck fleets that improves compliance, reduces costs and enhances road safety. 

Founded in Galway Technology Centre in 1995, their global operations are now headquartered in the Galway Business Park. They serve 300 customers in North America, Europe, Australia and New Zealand from their Galway headquarters and four additional locations across Europe and North America.

This month they announced their acquisition by Nasdaq traded ORBCOMM, a global provider of Machine to Machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT) solutions. 

Karl Lusted, a founding team member of Blue Tree Systems who is still involved with the operation, now leads the startup Aptarus. Based in Galway Technology Centre, Aptarus develops systems for monitoring and training fleet drivers. 

Siren Solutions is now Siren


Formerly Siren Solutions, Siren’s mission is to deliver a new breed of analytics, called Data Intelligence, to organisations addressing some of the world’s most important problems.

Siren was founded in 2011 as a spin off of the Data Intensive Infrastructure research group at NUI Galway led by Dr. Giovanni Tummarello (CPO of Siren). Today, Siren has over 20 full time employees with offices in 5 countries.

Siren comes from the acronym SEmantic INformation Retrieval. You can learn more about Siren on their website siren.io.