Andrew Fleury

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Virtual Valet vehicle enhancement technology aims “to increase profitability and decrease chaos in the streets”.

Irish scooter technology company Luna has teamed up with JumpWatts, a US business, on a pilot project to improve safety for shared scooters. It aims(...)

At the launch in DCU was Minister of State at the Department of Transport Hildegarde Naughton, right, DCU president Prof Daire Keogh and head of central public policy at Tier Jinél Fourie. Photograph: Julien Behal

An e-scooter research project designed to set new safety standards has begun across five Dublin City University (DCU) campuses as moves to make the ve(...)

The pilot is scheduled to run for a six-month period although it is hoped  this will be extended.

Dublin City University is launching a shared scooter scheme that will allow staff, students and companies located on its campuses to get around more e(...)

Zipp operates a fleet of 450 e-scooters in Britain and is planning on launching services locally once legislation is passed allowing them on Irish roads

Luna, an Irish start-up that has developed technology to encourage better behaviour by riders and operators of shared micromobility schemes, has teame(...)

‘As shared e-scooters continue to be rolled out in cities across the world, they need to become smarter and safer – for the benefit of riders, pedestrians and cities’

Electric scooters could soon have similar sensor technology to that seen on high-end cars, thanks to a new partnership between Irish micromobility sta(...)

Peter Gomez, VP operations, Blue Duck Scooters, Ronan Quinlan, co-chief executive at Taoglas and Luna chief executive Andrew Fleury pictured at DCU

US electronic scooter operator Blue Duck is to pilot technology developed by a Dublin City University-based consortium that promises to solve the prob(...)

Transpoco expansion follows the launch of a new service by the company, which helps Europe’s car, van and truck fleets reduce fuel, maintenance and insurance costs. Photo: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Dublin-based telematics company Transpoco is to create 20 jobs this year, doubling its workforce to 40. The expansion follows the launch of a new ser(...)