Global Exchange, a Salamanca company, world leader in the currency exchange sector, and the BISITE research group of the University of Salamanca work together on the research and development of different technological projects, within the framework of the strategic plan financed by the ICE (Institute for the Competitiveness of Castile y León) with a budget of more than 2 million euros.
The My -TRAC project seeks to develop a reference platform for travellers and operators, improving user experience through advanced analysis and artificial intelligence.
Representantes de grupo BISITE, visitaron las extraordinarias instalaciones que la empresa Sonae Arauco tiene en Valladolid, y así analizar sus procesos industriales y continuar con el diseño de la plataforma del proyecto.
Surveys are a helpful means of creating different profiles, conducting studies or finding out about the opinion of a group of people about a product or a situation.
Welcome CHROMOSOME, thank you Javier Prieto.
Yesterday morning, we proudly enjoyed a public presentation of the CHROMOSOME Project, which is led by our fellow researcher, Javier Prieto.
The consortium leading the ONEP-ON or ON Inclusive Entrepreneur Project, moves forward with its development. The Project is coordinated by Social Services Management of Castile and Leon. The partners of the project include the INTRAS Foundation, University of Salamanca, Chamber of Guarda, Polytechnic Institute of Guarda, Federation of Social Enterprises for Work Integration, Associations of Special Employment Centres, Asprodes FEAPS Salamanca, ASPAYM CYL, La Encina, CERCIG, Salamanca’s Diocesan ADM Estrela and Caritas.
The duty of our organizations and universities is to provide solutions to the problems that surround us. Improving the quality of life of dependent people or making development and manufacturing sustainable, are just a few of the challenges we are firmly committed to resolving. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programmes and initiatives are implemented to make these changes possible.
The University of Salamanca will host an Internet of Things (IoT) and Blockchain workshop on Thursday 15 February, starting at 3 p.m. It will take place in the R+D+I Building and is aimed at students and members of traditional SMEs who wish to incorporate these technologies into their production processes. This workshop is part of the Interreg PocTep IOTEC Project "Building Technological Capacities in Industrial Applications of the Internet of Things", financed by the European Regional Development Fund (FEDER) under the Interreg V-A Spain-Portugal 2014-2020 (PocTep) program.