A Spanish cartoon series is nominated in the International Emmy Kids Awards
The series ‘Ask Lara’, produced by Spain’s Tomavistas, has been selected in the first International Emmy Kids Awards, in the category of animation.
Indra is a technology leader in the Panama Canal
The Spanish technology firm has won six contracts and will install various operating control systems in the Panama Canal.
Spanish technology helps save lives at sea
The company Scio IT has presented an innovative localization and rescue system for fishermen who fall into the sea.
The robot ‘Hiro’ receives a prize in an international technology competition
The humanoid robot ‘Hiro’, introduced into European industry by Spain’s applied research center Tecnalia Research & Innovation, has received a prize at Europe’s Strategic Manufacturing Awards 2012 held in Dusseldorf, Germany.
ACS is the world’s largest concession holder for the sixth consecutive year
Spain’s ACS leads the rankings once again for the world’s largest infrastructure concession holders, according to data published by the newsletter Public Works Financing. Globalvía and Abertis, also from Spain, are ranked numbers 2nd and 3th, respectively
FCC to manage a waste treatment plant in Bradford
FCC Environmental, the UK services division of Spanish group FCC, will manage a waste treatment plant in the English city of Bradford, in a contract valued at 213 million Euros.
Repsol: the most environmentally friendly energy company
The publication ‘Newsweek’ has chosen this Spanish firm as the world’s most environmentally friendly energy company for the second year in a row.
A firm from Barcelona designs an electronic ballot for the US elections
Thousands of Americans living abroad can vote electronically in the elections to be held November 6th, thanks to software developed by Scytl, a company based in Barcelona (Spain).
3D cinema that is 100% handcrafted
Europe’s first stop-motion, stereoscopic animated movie is Spain’s ‘O Apóstolo’. This filming technique brings its subject to life (in this case, figurines) at 24 images per second.
A Spanish company certifies what is sent over the internet and by whom
Adverados is developing the first technology that can legally authenticate and certify any person using the internet or content that is sent.