Blog of news and innovation projects
The coronavirus crisis has led to a radical change in work patterns. Teleworking has become established worldwide, and along with it new ways of managing tasks, offices and even communications between employees. But significant challenges still lie ahead if this formula is to become fully integrated.
COVID-19 has put the focus squarely on biosecurity. Against the backdrop of social distancing and quarantines to curb the spread of the virus, technologies that were already seen as holding great promise (and threatening) to revolutionise transport and mobility are now gaining ground. Will the pandemic hasten the era of robots, drones and autonomous cars? We analyse this effect, focusing on the case of driverless vehicles.
The coronavirus pandemic has forced us all to reflect on the way of life we lead and how we influence our environment, an exercise that also extends to the construction sector. Engineers, architects and interior designers are working to design new spaces that minimise infections, and they are experimenting with new materials, structures and fixtures.
COVID-19 has brought together institutions, companies, scientists and even hackers in the development of initiatives for managing the pandemic and controlling infections. These ideas seek in innovation solutions that allow protecting both the health of citizens and the economy.