IIBN Dublin Keynote with Edmond Harty, CEO of Dairymaster
by Alison Myles
Date(s) - 08/02/2018
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Join us in Dublin on Thursday 8th February for our keynote event with Edmond Harty, CEO of Dairymaster and former EY Entrpreneur of the Year.
Dairymaster is now a leader in dairy equipment manufacturing and has operations in the UK and the United States, but it keeps its headquarters in Causeway, Co Kerry.
Kindly hosted by Beauchamps at their fantastic offices situated at Riverside 2, Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, Dublin 2, D02 KV60, Ireland
Starting at 6pm.
IIBN Members & Guests Welcome
Free Admission for IIBN Members. (IIBN Members contact firstname.lastname@example.org for discount code)
Dr. Edmond Harty is CEO & Technical director of Dairymaster which has its headquarters in Causeway, Co. Kerry, Ireland.
He has also been named as the international and overall Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year 2012.
Dairymaster is recognised as the technological leader in the field of dairy farm equipment and applying smart technology to farming.
Its the company’s objective to make dairy farming more profitable, more enjoyable and more sustainable.
The company has also facilities in the UK and USA and has customers in over 40 countries.
He holds an honours degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Limerick where he specialised in the area of fluid dynamics.
While completing his PhD in University College Dublin he developed a new method for the evaluation of milking units by measuring performance under flow conditions. This research has resulted in the test methods being adopted into the international standards for performance measurement of machine milking and Dairymaster leads the way in these performance measurements.
Dr. Harty is certified in Ireland for the installation and testing of milking equipment and is a Chartered Engineer and Fellow of Engineers Ireland.
In addition he is a member of the International Standards Organisation (ISO) and the International Dairy Federation (IDF) expert groups on milking which are the foremost scientific groups in this area globally. He has also been a member of the Milking Machine Committee of the National Mastitis Council in the United States for 6 years.
He is also a member of the Animal Health Ireland Cellcheck Technical Working Group and is a recognised expert in milking equipment and dairy farm automation.
He has pioneered a number of new products and has filed over 90 patent applications as a result of work on product development and continuous innovation.