Internet of Things
A network of vehicle devices, devices, equipped with sensors, software, connectivity and computing power, with the ability to collect, exchange and act without human intervention.
Industrial production. Home automation
Machines with sensitivity, control and intelligence in order to automate, increase or assist human activities.
Production of three-dimensional objects through the successive stratification of materials, such as plastic, metal, glass, wood, etc.
Industrial production. Domestic production.
Development of programs that have the ability to learn, understand, think, plan and act on the basis of large amounts of information.
Tumor detection based on imaging. Determine damages in accidents in the insurance sector.
Overlaying digital visual or auditory information about the physical world to increase worldview.
Glasses to help prepare orders in stores. Assembly of planes, cars, machines. Repair of electrical systems.
Computer-generated 3D simulation where the user interacts with the virtual world in a realistic way.
Games and entertainment industries. Training and simulation of risk situations.
Unmanned aerial vehicles, reusable, capable of maintaining autonomous, controlled and sustained flight.
Surveillance. Inspection. Sport. Movie theater. E-commerce deliveries.
Digitally distributed database that uses algorithms to save and confirm transactions with great reliability and autonomy.
Security in banking operations. Validation of e-commerce operations.