Month: April 2020

Demand for blockchain experts increases

Like many other technologies, Blockchain is becoming very important, companies and institutions have implemented it in different solutions, so that they can benefit from Blockchain’s decentralization, traceability and security.

AIR Institute develops Artificial Intelligence to learn about COVID-19

I’m very proud of the work done by AIR Institute. The researchers at AIR are creating an application that will predict the evolution of Coronavirus by means of a series of implemented Blockchain and Artificial Intelligence techniques.

USAL’s labs are now authorized to do COVID-19 tests

I am very pleased to see that our laboratories have been authorised by the Carlos III Health Institute to do tests for Coronavirus detection and thus develop their own test models.

Industry 4.0 as the driving force of digitisation in Europe

The industry has undergone significant changes since the first industrial revolution that began in the second half of the 18th century, up until today. The transformation has been remarkable and new technologies such as Artificial Intelligence, the Internet of Things, Robotic Automation, Machine Learning, Big Data and others make it possible to enter a new period; the fourth industrial revolution.

We continue to manufacture equipment as part of our solidarity project

Thanks to the support of institutions and volunteers from the city of Béjar, our solidarity project continues, we collaborate with medical personnel.

The value of Smart Cities

The concept of an intelligent, connected and sustainable city is becoming more advanced, according to the Smart City Index 2019. Cities like Singapore, Zurich, Oslo and in Spain; Bilbao, Madrid or Barcelona are within the ranking that evaluates the level of development and strategies for better energy efficiency, mobility or environmental impact. The main aim of a smart city is to contribute to a better quality of life of all its inhabitants.

FFP2 masks are items that protect you and others

The WHO advises that medical masks should be used rationally to avoid unnecessary waste, but it appears that using them inside and outside the home is reducing infection rates in some countries.

Making a great team effort to help our healthcare professionals

The BISITE Research Group at the University of Salamanca and the IoT Digital Innovation Hub are coordinating the production of medical material that is so much in demand at the moment. This material will help in the fight against COVID-19. BISITE has the support of hundreds of volunteers, who have provided us with the material, advice and manpower required to make masks, gowns and face shields.