Tag: R&D

R&D: open innovation

I would like to share an article published a few days ago in the newspaper, El Mundo, in which I talk about the advances in R&D.

Working with Prof. Oshima on indoor positioning projects

We have been fortunate enough to have Professor Oshima and his colleagues visit our group. We’ve been working with them on interesting research projects that employ novel technology for indoor positioning.

Innovation in occupational safety and health

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.

The world map of R&D

The world map of R&D

A large number of businesses support innovation to develop new or improved, and ultimately more competitive, products and services.