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On the 22nd and 23rd of March, the second annual workshop of the Dream Go project, "Real-time demand response and intelligent direct load control", is taking place in Salamanca. The reason for these annual meetings is to give opportunity to all participants to catch up on the progress of the project, the Instituto Politécnico Do Porto (Portugal),  Universitaet Duisburgessen (Germany) and ISA Energy Efficiency (Portugal) Nebusens SL (Spain) and Discovergy (Germany) and, of course, our colleagues from the BISITE Research Group (University of Salamanca, Spain). This project has been in constant development since February 2015 and will be completed by January 2019.

EKRUCAMI-project-Ubiquitous-Computing-Ambient-Intelligence

 

The monitoring of data in different areas and the subsequent intelligent control has become an important  field of research and development that can be applied in various domains: patients, the elderly, animals, crops and soils.

These possibilities have been the reason for the creation of the EKRUCAmI Project in 2013, which had been in continuous development until the end of last year, a period of fruitful international collaboration between the Polytechnic Institute of Porto (Portugal), Catholic University of Daegu (Republic of Korea) National University of Sunchon (Republic of Korea) and the BISITE Research Group (University of Salamanca, Spain).

 

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Employment contract in the BISITE Research Group. Postdoctoral call offer in the framework of the project Moviurban, "Social Machine for sustainable management Smart cities: Urban Mobility, open data, Mobile Sensors". (Project Reference: SA70U16) (Call: 2016/02/25 of the Counseling of Education). Deadline open until August, 18. Spaniards and foreigners complying with the provisions of Article 57.4 of the Law 7/2007 may participate in this call.

Bicicletas

Energy efficiency adapted to the user

The SURF project proposes an improvement in urban mobility. The project includes the participation of the Polytechnic University of Valencia, King Juan Carlos University and the BISITE Research Group of The University of Salamanca.

Framed within the challenge of the Sustainable, Smart and Inclusive Transport strategy, one of the seven social challenges identified by the European Commission in the Horizon 2020 program, it aims to contribute to the new model of smart city

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