Update – 3rd April 2020
Together, The InnaLabs Team is facing a truly unprecedented situation. The global coronavirus pandemic is affecting all of our families, our communities, and our way of life.
Update – 18th March 2020
InnaLabs® is closely monitoring the progression of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic across the globe and is reviewing the state of the impact on our employees, customers, suppliers and business. InnaLabs® have made arrangements to overcome the crisis that has been caused by this virus, and have currently invoked a business continuity plan based on the crisis evolution. The current status of the business arrangements are as follows;
Dublin Ireland, 16th September 2019 — InnaLabs® is proud to announce the opening of our new regional office in India. The office will be managed by Harshad Dave, who will ensure our Indian customers receive the highest quality, most helpful service and world-class inertial sensor technology and products.
InnaLabs® is delighted to have been awarded the ISO 9001:2015 Certification; the internationally recognised standard that ensures that our products and services meet the needs of our clients through an effective quality management system.
InnaLabs® is delighted to announce 40 new jobs over the next three years as we expand our manufacturing, research and development operations. As one of Irelands’ leading Space companies, we have garnered a space heritage through our successful delivery and operations of gyroscopes for LEO constellations. In 2018, InnaLabs® announced a €2.6m contract with the European Space Agency and the objective of the contract is to develop, manufacture, and qualify ARIETIS. The end applications of ARIETIS are scientific missions (e.g., PLATO) as well as LEO for Earth Observation, MEO for Navigation, and AOCS in GEO with an in-orbit lifetime of up to 15 years.
Dublin Ireland, 2nd May 2019 –InnaLabs® is proud to announce the opening of our new regional office in Korea. The office will be managed by Kwanghee (Andy) Lee who will ensure our Korean customers receive the highest quality, most helpful service and world-class inertial sensor technology and products.
For the holiday period, InnaLabs® Offices will be closed from 5 pm (Irish Time) on Friday, Dec 21st and will reopen at 8:30 am (Irish Time) Tuesday 2nd of Jan 2019.
In honour of Science Week, InnaLabs® Chief Technology Officer, José Beitia was delighted to be a distinguished guest at Creative Minds: In Conversation with a NASA Astronaut. The event was hosted at the U.S Ambassador’s Residence at the Phoenix Park, Dublin, and paid homage to NASA’s Astronaut R. Shane Kimbrough’s career in Space.
Both InnaLabs® and RocTel were delighted to be nominated for the SME Project of the Year 2018 at the Tech Excellence Awards for our part in the Cisco Case Study. This nomination was brought about due to RocTel upgrading InnaLabs® telephony solution for a more unified flexible modular Cisco solution, eliminating the need for landlines entirely, and updating most of InnaLabs® VoIP fleet to Cisco’s newer 8841 and 7841 handsets, which not only improved call quality but also provided a degree of mobility.
From oceans wide to deep space, InnaLabs® precision exploration requires a telecoms network infrastructure to carry its weight so InnaLabs® staff can focus on inertial sensor development and innovation. Awarding RocTel the contract to manage our services has given InnaLabs® a platform to build from.
InnaLabs® announce €2.6m contract to develop space technology.
The Minister of State for Training, Skills, Innovation, Research and Development, John Halligan T.D., will be announcing the development of Ireland’s first national Space Strategy for Enterprise by the Department of Business, Enterprise and Innovation in InnaLabs Headquarters at 11 am GMT 19th February 2018.
Update: In the interest of safety for our colleagues, all Expeditors transport firms have to take their vehicles off the road today due to Hurricane Ophelia.
Dublin, Ireland. – April 24, 2017 – InnaLabs® today is delighted to announce that it has successfully tendered for a contract from the European Space Agency (ESA) to develop a space-qualified Rate Measurement Unit (RMU) that will be used for satellite Attitude and Orbit Control Subsystems (AOCS) in a range of future space missions as well as the in the commercial space market.
Today, Dr. Jan Woerner, Director General of the European Space Agency (ESA) visited Innalabs® in Dublin as part of a tour of member states. InnaLabs® are working closely with Enterprise Ireland, ESA and European and North American prime contractors in the development of Gyroscopes for Space applications. Gyroscopes are used in Attitude and Orbital Control Systems (AOCS) to estimate satellite attitude and pointing by accurately measuring angular rates.
The key message from the delegation was with the space and satellite industry expanding rapidly and becoming more commercially focused there is an increasing need to be more flexible with innovative solutions that can be delivered to the market quickly.
Today, at the Inertial Sensors and Systems Symposium Gyro Technology Conference at Karlsruhe, Germany, Mr Jose Beitia, Chief Technical Officer at InnaLabs® Ltd announced the release of new navigation grade Accelerometers to the InnaLabs® product portfolio.
InnaLabs® Ltd today introduced the newest additions to its series of Quartz Servo ITAR-Free Accelerometers. Built in Europe and offering improved long term stability, the AI-Q-2010, AI-Q-1410 and AI-Q-710 are the latest addition to InnaLabs’ quality line of high-performance accelerometers targeted for navigation, tactical, control and measurement applications in the Aerospace, Industrial, Transport and Civil Engineering markets.
Dublin, Ireland: InnaLabs® Ltd has achieved ISO 9001 certification for its quality management system, which covers the design and manufacture of precision electromechanical sensors.
InnaLabs® 2000 series CVG Gyroscopes deliver tactical grade performance in the harshest conditions.
InnaLabs® launch a new family of high-performance Quartz Servo Accelerometers.