Technology news FILE
July 13, 2011
Wellness Telecom creates Squada, a cloud computing business for corporations
It offers an expert service when introducing new computing in the cloud, allowing companies to cut infrastructure and maintenance costs.
July 12, 2011
Fagor Automotion designs a program for fine tuning machine tools
The application contributes several advantages, such as reducing the time required and cost to adjust the machine. Further, it avoids the possibility of errors taking place in the process, and without the need for specialized personnel.
July 11, 2011
The CO2 battle is taken to the subsoil
Spain starts up one of the world’s most pioneering centers for underground carbon dioxide storage.
July 08, 2011
New containers for smart food preservation
The Technological Institute of Plastics (Aimplas) and the Ainia Technology Center are working with nanotechnology toward improving the properties of containers, lengthening and improving food preservation.
July 07, 2011
Spanish companies make a device that improves the profitability of photovoltaic plants
Greenpower Technologies and Irradia Energía, working under a research project financed by the Andalusia Technological Corporation (CTA), have developed a device that avoids a decline in electricity supply at photovoltaic solar plants.
July 06, 2011
Virtual images to cut costs in sports broadcasting
The Basque technology center Vicomtech is developing a broadcasting system that can be controlled by a single operator, and works with the video inputs coming from the cameras placed around different points of the match.
July 05, 2011
Bost designs a lathe adaptable to the production of trains or the energy sector
The design’s innovation is that the T4F can be applied to the machining of engine rotors and large machines.
July 04, 2011
The expressway of the future has a Spanish accent
The pioneering project includes a method for measuring an expressway’s energy footprint and reducing CO2 vehicle emissions to the utmost.
July 01, 2011
Spain exports a tool that detects falsification of credentials
The new technology recognizes, through a scan, when a document has been manipulated. While it was created in a university setting in order to detect fraudulent academic credentials, the software also has other applications.
June 30, 2011
Emasesa designs a wireless system for remote management of water meters
The Wimer US project is an application for remote reading of water meters. The process is totally automated so that user data arrives at the supplier’s facilities without the need to dispatch meter readers.