On September 13th, the IoT Digital Innovation Hub partners with DIHELP to organize a Stakeholder Workshop. The workshop attracts SMEs, startups, investors and many others, giving its attendees the opportunity to share their ideas on digital transformation in the business sector.
I would like to share with you an article published in El Mundo (Diario de Castilla y León) -Innovadores, in which I talk about our role as a Digital Innovation Centre in Salamanca. Digital Innovation Hubs (DIHs) are centres of excellence that provide knowledge and tools to help SMEs in their digitisation process and make them more competitive by incorporating technologies such as IoT, Big Data or Artificial Intelligence.
The 14th International Knowledge Management in Organisations Conference (KMO2019) and the 8th International Learning Technology for Education Challenges Conference (LTEC 2019) took place this week. I am the Chairman of the Scientific Committee of these two congresses organised by BISITE.
Last week, I had the opportunity to attend the 4th Zamora Entrepreneurship and Job Fair, organized by the Zamora Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Services. About 350 young people from the locality attended the event; they have been able to learn first-hand about the technological innovations that are emerging in the business fabric.
I have recently attended the International Conference on Innovations in Information Technology IEEE IIT, which has taken place in Abu Dhabi. Within the framework of the European IoT Digital Innovation Hub, I have had the opportunity to present the work of the BISITE Research Group.
I had the pleasure of participating as a speaker at the Seminar in Valladolid, organized by the Institute for Business Competitiveness of Castile and Leon (ICE), within the IOTEC project framework of the Interreg Spain-Portugal Program (POCTEP). At the event, we debated on the IoT and Blockchain as business drivers, exchanging ideas and information on these technologies.
A delegation from the Argentinian Province of Cordoba, led by the Secretary for Industry, Pablo de Chiara, visited our laboratory to learn about the Technological Transfer model that our group is developing. We presented some of our projects to them and told them about our participation in the Digital Innovation Hub.
Javier Prieto joins the Salamanca City Council’s talent recruitment programme, to develop his project in the BISITE Group
I wanted to congratulate Javier Prieto, who has successfully become the fourth researcher in the programa de atracción del talento (talent recruitment program) launched by Salamanca’s City Council.