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6 October 2016

Arralis wins Irish Times Innovation of the Year Award

At the Irish Times Innovation Awards ceremony in Dublin on 5 October, Arralis Ltd of Limerick, Ireland - which has a design center in Belfast and manufactures RF, microwave and millimetre-wave devices, modules and antennas up to and beyond 110GHz (the W-band) for aerospace/satellite and security markets - won the IT and Telecommunications Award as well as the overall prize for Innovation of the Year for its 94GHz radar chipset.

Arralis' 94GHz radar chipset has a wide range of applications including aiding unmanned landings by spacecraft, drone guidance systems, air defence systems, airport radar and driverless cars, as well as Internet and next-generation 5G telecoms.

The awards ceremony showcased Ireland's top innovative talent in various sectors after receiving applications from more than 300 companies. The event was attended by over 220 people including Mary Mitchell O'Connor, Ireland's Minister for Job, Enterprise and Innovation.

As overall winner, Arralis will receive a communications and advertising package from The Irish Times worth in excess of €150,000, as well as a University College Dublin (UCD) Smurfit Business School scholarship for an Executive Education program commencing in 2017.

See related items:

Arralis launches new W-band MMICs

Arralis releases first 94GHz transmit and receive core chips


Visit: www.irishtimes.com/business/

Visit: www.arralis.com

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