Blog of news and innovation projects
Global chip crisis leaves our machines without brains
The pandemic has triggered an unprecedented global microchip shortage. In addition to losses in the millions, the chip supply woes could lead to a slowdown in innovation and delays in launch of new devices. Why has this major crisis occurred in such a crucial sector?
With Sacyrian accent
Brine mining to make the most of desalination processes
Brine mining consists of obtaining salts and chemical products from brine salt concentrate that can bring economic value to other industries.
The green revolution in the world's most polluted cities
Nine out of ten people around the world breathe polluted air, according to the World Health Organisation. Combating pollution is essential in countries such as Bangladesh, Pakistan and India, which are the worst examples of Asian overpopulation. How do cities in Asia aim to create greener and more sustainable spaces?
Sacyr iLabs: from challenges to projects
Last June iFriday, we got an update on the progress of some of the innovation projects focused on sustainability that Sacyr has executed in the past year. Solutions that allow us to answer to our challenges and in our endeavor of changing the world.
“Many people don’t live where they want but where they have to”
Jorge Nieto tackles the sustainable city concept from a point of view that gives vital importance to relationships with others and the environment.