A few weeks ago the » Sustainable Smart Cities and Territories International Conference» (SSCt 2021) took place, which had been organized by the BISITE Research Group of the University of Salamanca, together with the Texas A&M University in Qatar, the AIR Institute and the IoT Digital Innovation Hub.
Conference on IoT Forests: Internet of Things in the management of natural resources and biodiversity
Cesefor, in line with its objectives of contributing to the integral development of the forestry sector through research, innovation and promotion of sustainability, is the organizer of the first conference on IoT Forests, which is to take place next June.
Producing quality scientific results is increasingly associated with working as part of a team. In fact, in some fields it is fundamental. At BISITE (University of Salamanca) and the AIR Institute, we develop both basic and applied research projects, and we always do it as a team.
The Sustainable Smart Cities and Territories International Conference (SSCt 2021) took place this week. From Tuesday 27th to Thursday 29th April, we were able to enjoy interesting presentations, workshops and the latest research in the field of smart cities and territories.
Last week we held the “IoT DIH Community Day”, organised by the DIH World project. During the event, different presentations were given about Digital Innovation Hubs and their importance for the digital transformation of companies.
The European Commission has officially launched Open Research Europe (ORE), the open access publishing platform for scientific articles that will present the results of research funded by Horizon 2020, and soon Horizon Europe.
Constant innovation should be one of the objectives of every company, regardless of its area of activity or size. Technology helps us face new challenges and improve production processes, the digitisation of management or the creation of new products.
The pandemic that began more than a year ago in the Chinese city of Wuhan has caused significant loss of human life, as well as economic and social imbalance throughout the world. Despite the progress made with the vaccine, the pandemic continues to wreak havoc.