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Alicia Ruppel
Roboethics  – a fundamental part in the development of autonomous vehicles

Roboethics – a fundamental part in the development of autonomous vehicles

Environmental digitalization represented a major step forward for some industries like the automotive industry, telecommunications, agriculture and banking. And these are also the ones that are set to undergo the most changes in the coming years.       One of the most eagerly awaited developments in the automotive industry is the autonomous car. And while development is slow right...

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Smart Rural 21 & 5G: The challenge of connecting rural areas

Smart Rural 21 & 5G: The challenge of connecting rural areas

The movement of people in search of opportunities not available to them in their birthplaces has always been taking place. The last most significant migrations of people in Spain for example were: The rural flight, driven by the industrial revolution, which intensified in the 20th century and led to ghost towns and what we now call “Empty Spain”. The urban exodus of the last decade, which has...

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SD-WAN – digital transformation in times of COVID-19

SD-WAN – digital transformation in times of COVID-19

The world is different now to how it was a few weeks ago. Owing to the outbreak of COVID-19 and the declaration of a pandemic, we have been forced to take unprecedented global measures. With the bulk of the population confined to their homes, many companies, from SMEs to multinationals, have been forced to send their employees home and provide them with the right tools so that they can work...

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User experience: same goal, different applications

User experience: same goal, different applications

Today, almost everyone knows what User Experience (UX) is. A concept that has become fashionable in recent years and that major digital multinationals like Amazon, Facebook, etc., not only know of, but have entire teams dedicated to studying and looking for ways to apply it. As my colleague Jorge Parra said in a previous post, today’s usability isn’t just about making it easier for a user to...

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The Internet of Things (IoT) and business success

The Internet of Things (IoT) and business success

Even though we are still far from Intel’s prediction about the Internet of Things (IoT), which stated that by 2020 there would be 26 devices per person, there can be no doubt that the Internet of things is here to stay and that it is a technology that is set to increase in the coming years. In the same report in which Intel made this prediction, it also placed 40.2% of these devices in business....

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The Internet of Things as the main technology trend in 2018

The Internet of Things as the main technology trend in 2018

We should all be in agreement that technological change in our society and the globalized world is becoming more palpable with each passing year. Technology is not only the source of acceleration of the change, but it is also in itself changing and evolving in leaps and bounds. If 2017 saw how technology use and the digital transformation began to be visible as a key aspect in all sectors, then...

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Can SD-WAN be applied to small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs)?

Can SD-WAN be applied to small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs)?

Whether due to startup costs, lack of scalability, or because it hasn´t been specifically designed for small businesses, up to now, it hasn´t been clear how SMEs could benefit from SD-WAN technology. However, given their dynamism and security, software defined wide area networks (SD-WAN) have much to offer those companies. The absolute need for internal information experts to manage networks and...

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5G: How it will change our lives

5G: How it will change our lives

The advent of 5G technology signifies the start of an even more globally connected society, a completely digital society. This technology, expected to be implemented in 2020, will change the way we interact with each other and objects, allowing us to be permanently connected, both to other people, and to everyday objects like the refrigerator or car.The Internet of things boom is imminent, and...

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The near future of Wireless technology : Wi-Fi 802.11ax

Each time we download an application, browse the Internet, read an email or watch something on YouTube on our smartphones, we’re using some type of wireless technology. For mobile networks this means 3G or 4G LTE. However, when it comes to our home or work environment, we’re probably using Wi-Fi. From 802.11a, endorsed in the 90s (reaching speeds of up to 54 Mbps over 5 GHz radio waves) to the...

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