Category: 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.

IoT DIH participates in the Second European Artificial Intelligence Alliance Assembly

As the director of the IoT Digital Innovation Hub, I spoke at this top-level meeting on artificial intelligence, along with other speakers from all over Europe. European Commissioner.

Digital Innovation Hubs promote projects to improve our SMEs and cities, a great opportunity that we can’t miss!

We have been working for years on the My-TRAC project, financed by the European Union. As in many other projects, we now have to adapt the result to the new situation.

The lack of IT professionals for the new industrial revolution

One of the objectives of the European Union is for member states to commit themselves to promoting the connected industry and the digitalisation of all sectors. To this end, they promote different programmes aimed at helping SMEs and institutions in their digital transformation processes. 

IOTEC has been selected to participate in the REGIOSTARS Awards 2020

We are very happy because our IOTEC project is one of the 5 POCTEP projects financed by the European Union that has been selected to participate in the REGIOSTARS Awards 2020. This is an annual […]

ICT as a boost to business digitisation

Information and communication technologies (ICT) are a great opportunity for companies to reinvent themselves. However, this process requires a customised plan which will determine the solutions that are best for a particular company.

Cybersecurity is a pending task for many businesses

Due to the current health crisis, a large part of our daily tasks are now done online; we work from home, make transactions online and do many other activities online. However, this puts our security on the Internet at a greater risk.

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.

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.