Up until now, we have talked extensively about 4G and 4G+ (4G Advanced) mobile communications, and even more so about the upcoming 5G networks. However, I would like to take this opportunity to address mobile wireless technologies based on a private LTE network.
When I first laid my hands on a computer in the early Eighties, I didn’t realize at the time the full magnitude of what I was looking at. From then on, the interest in technology was never to end. Soon, personal computers (PC), with their colorful screens and countless possibilities, would start to be popularized among residential users and businesses starting to put their new equipment to work to improve productivity and unlock new possibilities.
Few things have spurred as much interest in the ICT sector in recent times as Blockchain technology. It stems from an article titled “Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System” published on May 24, 2008 by a certain Satoshi Nakamoto , along with a computer application launched a few months later (November 1, 2008).
Just by looking at the bottom or rear part of an electronic IT device (such as a computer, router, monitor, etc.) or its accessories (mouse, keyboard or power source), we can identify a common feature: all of them have an identifying plate full of symbols. Each represents the product’s conformity with a series of rules or regulations applicable in a given country or economic area.
There are now almost 25,000 electric plug-in vehicles registered in Spain. According to forecasts by the Ministry for Ecological Transition, the figure will rise to 5 million by 2030. Driving sustainable mobility has become one of the main objectives of Smart Cities. To this end, we must find a balance and adapt cities to allow citizens to quickly and easily move in and out of urban centers using innovative services and modes of transport, without, of course, forgetting to manage resources efficiently.