PTC, a global platform provider for the emerging internet of things (IoT) space, is to create 50 new jobs at its newly established R&D centre in Dublin.
Roles at the operation will include DevOps engineers, cloud architects and security architects.
This is not PTC’s first investment in Ireland. The PTC Academic Program is already part of the curriculum in academic institutions, including Trinity College Dublin (TCD), Dublin Institute of Technolody (DIT), Institute of Technology Tallaght (ITT Dublin), Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT), Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT), and University of Limerick (UL), all of which teach PTC’s 3D modelling software solution, Creo.
‘Ireland is a strong location, with a well-established technology sector well suited to complement the work we will be doing at our IoT Solutions research and development facility’
– CRAIG HAYMAN, PTC
Students are prepared for their careers by learning to use the industry-standard engineering design tool commonly in place with future employers.
PTC also supports the Cork Institute of Technology (CIT), Maynooth University and Tyndall National Institute in developing smart projects using PTC’s IoT development platform, ThingWorx.
Dublin: the internet of things city
“PTC is a recognised leader in the internet of things and in helping companies around the world design, build and service great products,” said Craig Hayman, group president of PTC’s IoT Solutions group.
“Ireland is a strong location, with a well-established technology sector well suited to complement the work we will be doing at our IoT Solutions research and development facility. The establishment of the Irish operation is key to PTC’s global growth strategy.”
‘IDA Ireland has a clear focus on investing and winning in the IoT space, and believe that Ireland can emerge as an IoT global leader’
– MARTIN SHANAHAN, IDA IRELAND
PTC’s ThingWorx technology platform gives developers the tools they need to capture, analyse, and capitalise on the vast amounts of data being generated by smart, connected products and systems.
The company’s field-proven solutions are deployed in more than 26,000 businesses worldwide.
“Ireland has the perfect mix of industry, people and processes to allow companies, like PTC, to develop IoT products and services,” said IDA Ireland chief executive Martin Shanahan.
“IDA Ireland has a clear focus on investing and winning in the IoT space, and believe that Ireland can emerge as an IoT global leader, due to its rich and strong history in the technology sector.”
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