Who We Are
Inhouse Technologies is a specialist Engineering company with many years experience in the international Broadcasting and Telecommunications industries.
Based in Dublin, Ireland, our team is very experienced in the design, installation and commissioning of high-value, mission-critical broadcast equipment (both radio and television) in live transmission sites, for blue-chip Clients.
We provide a wide range of Broadcast Engineering Services and we are also Distribution Agents for equipment providers throughout Europe.
We have carried out key projects for Clients such as RTE Transmission Network, Today FM, ESB, Arqiva (Ireland), O2 (Ireland), NEC, Rohde & Schwarz, and Eircom.
Our Team have worked on some of the most demanding Broadcast Engineering projects, and we offer a combined 60 years of experience in Broadcast Engineering to our Clients, in both analogue and digital broadcasting.
Innovation – We have an innovative approach to our Clients’ challenging Engineering Projects and use the latest advances in Engineering to deliver real business value.
Expertise – The knowledge and experience of our Team is critical to the success of our Clients’ Projects and consequently to the success of our business. Consequently, we constantly invest in our Staff’s training, to ensure that we remain at the forefront of the Engineering industry.
Professionalism – We truly value our Client Relationships. As a result, we are committed to the highest standards of professionalism and the utmost integrity in all of our business operations
Managing Director B.E, C.Eng, C.Dip.AF, FIEI, MIEEE, Fellow.
Seamus is the founder of Inhouse Technologies. Apart from leading the overall development of the business, Seamus provides Consultancy advice to many of our Clients. He is a Chartered Engineer, a Guest Lecturer, and has served on various professional bodies including IEEE and the IEI Electrical Committee.
In addition, he is the author of “Understanding Digital Terrestrial Television”, published by Artech House, and has also published many technical and business papers. Before joining the company, Seamus worked for many
years in Irish industry for a number of organisations, including Analysis Mason, RTÉ, NorthWest Labs, Optronics Ireland and University College Dublin.