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The technologies that underpin the very structures and identity of smart cities are still evolving. This poses the challenge of ensuring the flexible development of these cities and their digital infrastructure to adapt to new innovations as they emerge, but also to cope with other threats, such as digital security.
We talk to science
Javier Domínguez Bravo, a researcher at the Center for Energy, Environmental and Technological Research (CIEMAT) and head of the Renewable Energy and Geographic Information Technologies Group (GTIGER), uses maps to find new energy models.
Predicting the future has always been one of the great desires of human beings and, especially, of scientists. From fiction writers to biologists and mathematicians, great visionaries predicted the use of the smartphone, the rise of teleworking or the 2020 crisis many decades in advance.
At February’s iFriday, dedicated to working women, we discussed innovation, technology, and leadership from a female perspective, and we did it from the standpoint of an innovative, different company that has shattered stereotypes. A company led by women and committed to female talent that has made Burgos the European capital of mobile robotics.