Category: Congress

BIOTC 2021: IoT and Blockchain for the development of our cities

I had the pleasure of delivering the opening lecture at the Blockchain and Internet of Things Conference (BIOTC 2021),

Forests 4.0: Artificial Intelligence and the Internet of Things

Forests are part of our ecosystem, caring for them and protecting them should not be seen as an obligation, it is essential for our survival. Moreover, if we do it properly, we will be able to get even more out of them, in a safe, sustainable and efficient way.

Smart and sustainable cities

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.

Successful conference on smart cities, SSCt 2021

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.

Ali Al Kuwari, Honorary Speaker at the SSCt 2021 international conference

The International Conference on Sustainable Smart Cities and Territories (SSCt2021) will feature top panellists, including Ali Al Kuwari, Honorary Speaker at the conference.

Smart Cities: development of intelligent management systems

Today I delivered the keynote “Smart Cities: Fast development of intelligent management systems” at theInternational Workshop on Emerging Trends, Issues, and Challenges in Computer Science and Applications (IWETCS-2021).

Smart and sustainable mobility

Mobility is key to the development of smart cities. New cities aim to reduce traffic and, thus, lower the environmental impact and the level of CO2 emissions.

SSCt2021: AI applications in smart cities

Artificial Intelligence (AI) belongs to the discipline of engineering, becoming increasingly important in industrial, medical, social and day-to-day contexts. The range of application possibilities and the increasing number of success cases, combined with the current availability of data and sensing hardware, are fuelling the development of advanced systems. These innovative systems are capable of solving problems that seemed impossible to tackle some time ago.