Anboto wins the Innovate!2010 international prize for the best “startup” in the world
The Anboto Group received first place in the Innovate!100 startup of the year ranking for 2010, which identifies the companies with the highest technological potential in the world.
3D television without glasses
Mirage Technologies S.L., a company based in Valencia, presents a pioneering technology to watch television in 3D without the need for special glasses.
GCM Communications Technology wins the Madrid Network Challenge contest for its work in communication systems
As a prize, the Spanish company will travel to Silicon Valley (California) in order to present its business model to experts in innovation and development.
Castilla-La Mancha starts up a center for space engineering and earth observation
In the “Deimos Castilla-La Mancha” center the DEIMOS 2 optical observation satellite will be designed and built. This satellite will provide very high resolution images of the Earth, with a broad range of innovative applications.
Recycled plastic to improve the asphalt surfaces of roads
Ditecpesa, a division of Ferrovial, and the Cicloplast association have joined together in a research project whose goal is to utilize recycled plastics in bitumens for use on roads.
Valencia starts up a pioneering facility to recycle agriculture waste
The system, which is unique in the world, allows waste from the citrus sector to be converted into high valued-added products for industrial use.
Spain works on the development of the largest wind turbine in the world
This marine giant will generate 15 megawatts of power, double that of the largest currently being used located at a wind farm in Emden, Germany.
Spain is a unique solar thermal power in the world
Spain is the biggest and most important solar thermal power in the world. It can be said that the country is the only real power in this field. The maps presented at the 4th International Concentrated Solar Thermal Power Summit 2010, attest to it.
A sensor that helps to determine fire hazards and analyze the climate
SAMHU (Air-transported sensor to measure humidity) is a project developed by the companies Mier Comunicaciones and Gutmar, as well as the Aerospace Research & Technology Center (CTAE) and the Research Group EEF from the Universitat Poltècnica de Cataluña.
Revenues at FEDIT-affiliated technology centers associated grew by 8.57% in 2009
In 2009, the revenues generated by FEDIT’s technology centers rose by 8.57%, while new business carried out by these centers in the market grew by around 10%, accounting for 60% of their sales.