Barry Lunn

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Arralis co-founder and chief executive Barry Lunn: “The most frustrating thing for us at the moment is we can’t produce enough product for the market”

The man from the UK ministry of defence had one simple question: “Who the f**k is Arralis?” It seemed a fair question to ask given the ministry had j(...)

Chief executive of Arralis Barry Lunn:  “There is always money if you have the right product and the right market.”

Irish tech firm Arralis, has secured a €50 million investment from a consortium of Hong Kong-based investors that will allow the company to expand its(...)

Enterprise Ireland chief executive Julie Sinnamon. Enterprise Ireland CEO Julie Sinnamon speaking at International Markets Week 2016 in Dublin’s RDS where Taoiseach Enda Kenny officially launched Enterprise Ireland’s Global Ambition campaign. Photograph: Colm Mahady/Fennells

The Irish export market is thriving. Export sales for 2015 reached a high of €20.59bn, a 10 per cent increase on the previous year, with growth recor(...)

Mike Gleaves (left), chief technology officer and founder at Arralis with Eamonn Boland, COO and company secretary: the company’s technology has potential applications from drone guidance systems, airport radar and driverless cars. Photograph: Conor McCabe.

The Irish Times Innovation award for 2016 has been won by an Irish start-up behind a radar chipset with potential applications ranging from air defenc(...)

Liam Kavanagh, MD The Irish Times presenting The Irish Times Innovation 2016 overall award to Eamonn Boland, Barry Lunn, Marie Bourke, Valerie Somers and Denver Humphrey of Arralis

Limerick IT firm Arralis, which has developed a powerful radar and communications system for commercial use has won the overall ‘Innovation of the Ye(...)

Earlier this year the European Space Agency described an invention by Irish company Arralis as “the centrepiece of a powerful 94GHz radar system, offe(...)