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.
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.
This week I had the opportunity to present the IoT Digital Innovation Hub, promoted by our research group at the 4th meeting of the Working Group on Digital Innovation Hubs that took place in Brussels. This conference focused on defining the role played by Digital Innovation Hubs in assisting SMEs to acquire the digital skills they need to make a digital transformation. In addition to presenting our initiative, we have first-hand knowledge of the European Union’s funding plans and programmes and have begun to work on several of the consortia that are being set up.
This afternoon I’ve had a very intense meeting with my colleagues at the Chamber of Commerce of Salamanca where we talked about the Internet of Things(IoT).
We started the conference by talking about the IOTEC project that we are all feeling very positive about. And certainly, it has been an honour for me to present the IoT Digital Innovation Hub that we are launching with a lot of effort and enthusiasm.