Sean Mitchell

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Children and parked cars are colour-coded on a monitor inside a Mercedes S-Class car. Photograph: Michaela Handrek-Rehle/Bloomberg

It’s no wonder that every tech firm and carmaker with a research-and-development budget to spare is getting on the autonomous, self-driving car bandwa(...)

Movidius cofounders Seán Mitchell and David Moloney: company lists Google, Lenovo and drone-maker DJI among its blue-chip clients

Dublin-based chipmaker Movidius, which was acquired by Intel in a deal valued at close to $400 million (€355 million) last month, made a $19.5 million(...)

Chief operating officer Sean Mitchell, chief executive Remi El-Ouzanne, chief finance officer John Bourke and chief technology officer David Moloney of Movidius

For anyone not familiar with Movidius, the news that it has been acquired by chipmaker Intel might make it seem as though it is yet another tech start(...)

Sean Mitchell and David Moloney  co-founded   Movidius which has been acquired by  Intel

David Moloney, co-founder, senior vice president and chief technology officer Moloney has worked in the semiconductor industry for more than 20 years(...)

Semiconductor visionaries: Seán Mitchell, David Moloney and John Bourke – co-founders of Movidius which develops vision-sensing technology. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Back in 2011, Irish start-up Movidius was trying to tap into the 3D market with a silicon chip that could be integrated into phones to work with soft(...)

DJI drone: Movidius processor facilitates a number of new features

Irish company Movidius has done a deal with drone maker DJI that brings the company’s vision-sensing technology to the latest Phantom drone. The Dubl(...)

Sean Mitchell, David Moloney and John Bourke of Movidius. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

When it comes to the internet of things, less is more. At least it is according to Irish chip maker Movidius. “We’re very much of the feeling that it(...)

Movidius currently has its headquarters in Silicon Valley, and a design centre in Romania, and is expected to announce further job increases at its international offices in the coming months.

Irish-founded technology company Movidius is to create 100 jobs over the next three years in Ireland after it raised $40 million in funding. The fable(...)

Movidius, the Irish-backed mobile vision technology firm, has announced the second generation of its cutting-edge chip which it claims is 20 times more efficient than its predecessor

Movidius, the Irish-backed mobile vision technology firm, has announced the second generation of its cutting-edge chip which it claims is 20 times mor(...)

Julie Sinnamon, the CEO of Enterprise Ireland, looks set to take the work of the State agency to a new level. Photograph: Frank Miller

Raising venture capital can be daunting for first-time founders. Most founders figure their way through the initial funding of the business from th(...)

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