The new global panorama has made us reflect on the importance of incorporating new technologies in our cities. Connectivity and intelligent systems enable the efficient management of urban structures, energy efficiency, intelligent mobility and, above all, sustainability and improved quality of life for citizens.
Luis Gomes has defended his PhD thesis entitled “Microgrid Intelligent management systems based on a multi-agent approach and the active participation of end-users" and supervised by Sara Rodríguez González and Juan M. Corchado, professors from the BISITE Research Group.
The intelligent or connected industry constitutes a competitive advantage for companies, which have noticed improvements in their production processes and turnover. These advances can be doubled with the inclusion of 5G technology, which is an excellent opportunity, especially amidst the current global situation.
Sergio Miguel Tomé has just received funding from the prestigious Marie Curie Global Fellowship programme to launch a project, under the supervision of Professor Juan M. Corchado, in the BISITE research group at the University of Salamanca and the State University of New York Health Science Centre at Brooklyn with the collaboration of Professor Herman Moreno, to advance the understanding of the extracellular space (ES) of the brain.
Artificial Intelligence is being implemented in many areas, its use has and will continue to improve efficiency, accuracy and prediction in different processes. In the connected industry, AI is a valuable asset in manufacturing, logistics and prediction of anomalies.