Denisa Reshef Kera joined our group several months ago and is going to stay with us until 2020. Denisa is the third Marie Curie Postdoc in BISITE.
The Dream Go project, in which our BISITE Research Group is involved, has been selected for the JCR report, which includes the results and objectives of Smart Grid-related projects within the Member States of the European Union.
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.
Occupational safety and health is an area of critical importance to organizations, especially in the industrial sector where workers are exposed to many physical hazards.
The traditional approach to this subject is based on a protocol that combines training and the use of (PPE), short for, personal protective equipment, which refers to any device or means that can protect the worker from a hazard.
BISITE Project is one of the 21 finalists in the II PROTOTRANSFER Competition for Market-Oriented Prototypes
On the 28th of February, the University-Business Knowledge Transfer Network selected 21 out of 83 projects which will be financed by the “II PROTOTRANSFER Competition for Market-Oriented Prototypes” within the framework of the INESPO III Project/ University-Business Knowledge Transfer. Region: Central Portugal-Castile and Leon.
Industry 4.0 is a term that has been used in the last few years, to refer to the use of new technologies in factories and the important changes that this entails. The chances are that the use of technology will continue to grow, creating altogether a new manufacturing process in which technology will be the very basis.
Investments in environmental stewardship have grown substantially since the Paris agreements of 2015. The Regional Government of Castile and Leon has chosen to invest in projects that improve the energy efficiency of our cities.