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ESREL 2022 is a meeting of over 500 members of the European and International safety and reliability community.  Sponsorship packages can be tailored to your objectives and we welcome your support.  To find out more, please email Amanda at


SATODEV is a SME specialized in Reliability Availability Maintainability and Safety software. We develop scientific computation solutions to match your business specific needs. SATODEV is also developer and official retailer of GRIF-Workshop the RAMS workshop of TOTAL and CECILIA-Workshop (Dassault Aviation). We propose advanced expert assessment to the software use for complex studies.

Thanks to our combined competencies in dependability and computer science, we can provide both theoretical and practical training on: Fault-Tree, Event-Tree, Reliability-Bloc-Diagram, SIL, Reliability-Network, Markov-Graph, Petri-Net, Stochastic-Bloc-Diagram, Oil-And-Gas-Production-Availability-Study and MBSA (Altarica language ).

Whatever the customer, SATODEV provides personalized and direct contact, a great asset that allowed SATODEV to quickly find a position of choice facing major companies.

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SNN4 is the first Amazon Fulfillment Center to launch in the island of Ireland.    The FC will provide faster delivery for customers across Ireland seven days a week and support millions of business of all sizes worldwide through its fulfillment by Amazon offering, and many of those local businesses are based in Ireland. 

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IPB is the leading insurer of the public sector in Ireland and has had a significant presence within the Irish Education sector for over 85 years. 

Founded in 1926 as a mutual insurance company to protect the insurable interests of the Irish State and its local authorities and education sector. Over that period, IPB Insurance has developed key sector specialisations to reflect and meet the needs of its core market segments particularly within the evolving education sector. 

IPB protects the insurable interests of Ireland’s Education & Training Boards (ETBs) and the majority of Ireland’s IT’s as they continue to transition to Technological Universities (TUs). 

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Founded in 1972, EPRI is the world's preeminent independent, non-profit energy research and development organization, with offices around the world. EPRI's trusted experts collaborate with more than 450 companies in 45 countries, driving innovation to ensure the public has clean, safe, reliable, affordable, and equitable access to electricity across the globe. Together, we are shaping the future of energy.


mbt is an innovative technology company, focused on building mobile, wearable devices that measure EEG. As a group of enthusiasts and world-renown experts, we thrive to transfer great new ideas from labs into the real world and show that the future is already here. Starting from 2012 (and celebrating its X anniversary this year), mbt continuously worked on a mission to develop fully mobile, wearable devices for recording and utilizing brain activity.
Today, our products are present across 50 countries which contributed to much of the novel scientific work, with SMARTING mobile EEG system leading the way and being “the choice of pioneers”

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Pilz GmbH & Co. KG is a technology leader in safe automation technology. In this area, Pilz is consistently developing a role as a total solutions supplier with solutions for safety and automation technology. The objective of Pilz is to automate plant and machinery in such a way that the safety of human, machine and environment is always guaranteed. In addition to the head office in Ostfildern near Stuttgart, Pilz is represented by 42 subsidiaries and branches on all continents.


ESB operates across the electricity market, from generation through transmission and distribution, to supply of customers in addition to using our networks to carry fibre for telecommunications. ESB is a leading Irish utility with a regulated asset base of approximately €10.9 billion (comprising ESB Networks €8.8 billion and NIE Networks €2.1 billion), a 33% share of generation in the all-island market, and retail businesses supplying electricity and gas to over 1.9 million customer accounts throughout the island of Ireland and Great Britain.

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