Category: Bisite

Analysis and Cybersecurity Solutions for Businesses

The application of Artificial Intelligence, the Internet of Things, Big Data, Cloud Computing, Machine Learning, and others, can contribute significantly to business development and innovation.

Artificial intelligence for an improved travel experience

The presence of smart mobility is growing in Smart Cities and in the cities that are striving to become one. Providing comfort and facilities to users will lead to an enhanced travel experience.

Innovation, sustainability and security at the Doha Smart Cities Summit

The “Doha Smart Cities Summit” organised by Msheireb Properties on 24 November was a success.

The Smart Grid as a key element of a Smart City

Powerful simulation systems and equipment are of great importance for improving performance and obtaining good results. In the last year we have worked with research groups from Clemson University (USA) and the Polytechnic Institute of Porto (Portugal) on energy optimisation projects

AI and Deep Tech in engineering solutions

A few days ago I had the opportunity to participate in a conference organized by the Faculty of Engineering UTM Johor Bahru, Malaysia.

IOTALENTUM: Advanced Learning in Networked Training

The market value of the Internet of Things (IOT) is expected to exceed billions of euros in the coming years and, with so much at stake, Europe has to pursue leadership in this field.

Omid Abrishambaf’s thesis defence with honours

Omid Abrishambaf from the GECAD Research Group (IPP), and a collaborator with the BISITE Group at USAL, has recently defended his doctoral thesis.

Busan, a must-see smart city in South Korea

We had the opportunity to work within the framework of an international project, with South Korean and European partners, on the development of a platform for energy optimization, which would facilitate the use of surplus energy from coal-fired and combined cycle power plants for greenhouse and farm heating.

Cutting-edge technology for intelligent buildings and neighbourhoods

It is challenging to centralize and provide services optimally as well as create energetically self-sufficient buildings, especially if this is done at extremely competitive prices.