We had the opportunity to present some of our projects to the Deputy Prime Minister of the Government of Spain, during her visit to USAL's Science Park.

Calviño is also Minister of Economic Affairs and Digital Transformation, therefore, she has great involvement in the development of initiatives for the digitization of companies in Spain. In this regard, we presented several projects along these lines, with the aim of disseminating our developments that involve the application of technologies such as Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain or the Internet of Things.


Technology projects

During the presentation we were able to show the Deputy Prime Minister the potential outreach that companies could have if they use a solution such as Aircore, a tool that emerged as a result of collaboration in several European projects, companies and institutions such the IoT Digital Innovation Hub (partner of the European initiative DIGIS3), BISITE and Air Institute.

The tool uses different advanced algorithms, such as classification and regression (trees, ensembles, linear regressions, logistic regressions, deep neural networks), time series forecasting, cluster analysis, anomaly detection, topic modeling, association discovery, principal component analysis (PCA) and Neural Networks.

Thanks to the ability of these technologies to learn from the data provided by users and predict possible scenarios on their basis, Deep Intelligence is a very useful tool not only for business management, but also has an important value for fields such as Smart Cities, Fintech, IoT, Industry 4.0 or Logistics, and many others.

We also presented DeepEnvironment, a device developed to measure the concentration of CO2 in the environment, especially useful for detecting poorly ventilated environments where the transmission of Covid-19 is likely to occur.

Finally, we showed the Apapachoa project, intelligent therapeutic dolls to help people suffering from different pathologies, such as Alzheimer's, dementia or autism to improve their quality of life.

It has been a great opportunity to showcase the projects that we develop at the BISITE Research Group.

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