Category: Innovation

Artificial Intelligence, a valuable ally to cybersecurity

Cybersecurity is a very important feature of any company. The companies that are aware of its value are continuously striving to strengthen their security. Many of them have realized how crucial cybersecurity is during the COVID-19 situation.

IoT and sensing tech for protection against occupational hazards

Apart from using new technologies, more advanced supply chains should protect the health of the workers and ensure their safety. Ergonomics projects should be seen as a fundamental element of any company’s strategy for productivity improvement. 

Innovation in times of the pandemic

The worldwide health crisis that we are currently enduring has altered our lives, our plans and the way we are used to living together. Social distancing will be necessary until we get a vaccine.

BISITE takes part in the meeting of the organizing committee for the IEEE GLOBECOM 2021 conference

We continue working on the organization of IEEE GLOBECOM 2021 that will take place in December next year, as part of the IFEMA event in Madrid.

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 […]

LIFE Vía de la Plata, sustainability and technology for Salamanca

At the BISITE Research Group we are committed to providing solutions for the cities of the future. To this end, we participate in projects that prioritise sustainability, especially in our city, Salamanca. For this reason, we are participating in LIFE Vía de la Plata, a project of great relevance for the development of the Smart City that Salamanca aspires to be. 

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.

Big Data for the prediction and evolution of epidemics

At the BISITE research group we are committed to providing solutions that can help improve the current worldwide crisis. We are making great use of our knowledge and experience in new technologies, such as artificial intelligence, blockchain, big data or machine learning.

Denisa Kera, Marie Curie Fellow at BISITE (USAL) presents her work in The New York Times

Dr. Denisa Kera is carrying out the Lithopy project as part of her Marie Curie Postdoc Fellowship, under the guidance of Juan M. Corchado.