Adam Dalton and Evan Darcy first met each other in science class when they were 13, bonding over their love for engineering. Four years later, in 2015, the two founded Robotify, a Dublin-based company that designs robotics simulation software.  The start-up’s chief market is education, where primary and secondary school students use Robotify’s software to learn to code, but the company recently signed a contract with the European Space Agency (ESA), which wants to use the technology to make 3D models out of environmental data collected by ESA satellites. Dalton thinks the nature of Irish business, and the way people…