November 3, 2017
ADAPT have been shortlisted for the Technology Ireland Software Industry Awards 2017 for their work on Street View Object Mapping. The project nominated under the Outstanding Academic Achievement of the Year category relates to work carried out by researchers based in Trinity College Dublin to identify and assign a GPS tag to network assets discovered in Google Street View imagery. The ADAPT solution to the problem is a computationally fast and fully automated pipeline for asset discovery in a specified geographic area from Google Street View imagery. The system was trained on thousands of images to segment the object of interest in a Google Street View image and uses multiple camera positions to accurately tag the object.
Following publication of shortlisted entries, all companies will present to eight independent panels of judges, composed of CEOs and founders of successful Irish software and digital technology companies. Over 65 tech companies and organisations from across Ireland entered this year’s awards and winners will be announced at the annual awards event on 24 November in the Mansion House, Dublin. The keynote speaker for the awards is Barry Lowry, Government CIO and MC for the evening is Darragh Maloney, Sports Broadcaster.
Director of Technology Ireland Paul Sweetman said: “The software and digital technology sector in Ireland is thriving. Yearonyear, stellar companies are entering the Awards and 2017 is no exception. More than 65 tech companies and organisations from across Ireland entered this year’s awards and it is the tireless efforts of all in these companies that bring Ireland to the fore of the global technology sector.”
The award categories include: Technology Ireland Company of the Year; Emerging Company of the Year; Technology Innovation of the Year; Outstanding Achievement in International Growth; Technology Services Project of the Year; Excellence in Talent Development; Multinational Corporation Initiative of the Year; Outstanding Academic Achievement of the Year.
The full list of the shortlisted companies can be found on www.technologyireland. ie/awards
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