The Spain Area awarded at Nano Tech 2011 nanotechnology exhibition (Tokyo, Japan)
The Phantoms Foundation and the Spanish Institute for Foreign Trade (ICEX), in cooperation with the Embassy of Spain (Economic and Commercial Office) in Tokyo brought a nanoscience and nanotechnology Spain Area at nano tech 2011.
Spanish technology to make warships invisible to radar
With this invention, a 45 meter-long patrol board appears on the screen as if it were an inoffensive launch.
Satellite surveillance to monitor sea traffic
The Spanish company Hisdesat is developing a satellite information system aimed at locating vessels around the world. It is expected to monitor drug trafficking and piracy.
Spanish project to take advantage of the solar energy in asphalt
The Basque technological center Tecnalia is participating in the Pavener Project, an initiative whose goal is to make use of the solar energy that resides in pavement, in order to employ it heating and cooling buildings.
Spanish company in Norway’s electricity control center
Its software will enable seeing the country’s electricity consumption in real time
Technology to treat residual sludge without the use of thermal energy
A Spanish company has put in place a new system that efficiently converts sludge into a material that can be used for other applications in the cement sector.
Iberdrola leads the development of renewable energy in the US
The Spanish company leads the way in wind energy after installing a total of 1,074 megawatts (MW) in 2010, according to data released by the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA).
Mundimold chooses the United States to give technical coverage for injection molds
It has opened a new headquarters from which it will offer solutions to the plastics industry.
Spain is home to a UN laboratory working against the expanded use of chemical weapons
The ‘La Marañosa’ Technology Institute (ITM), located in Madrid, is inaugurated as an international reference point for military research and defense technologies.
Lane markings warn of danger by changing color with the temperature
Spanish companies are working with thermodynamic paint that allows highway markings to become red, blue or green depending on if there are freezing temperatures.