When clock struck twelve midnight on New Year’s Eve this year and we went into 2021, many of us thought… “that’s it, we have finally left behind us, the disastrous year of 2020 and we start the year 2021”, hoping that normality will return as soon as possible.
Javier García: Business Studies & Marketing. Online Marketing Manager within the Teldat Corporate Marketing department
Vehicles are currently undergoing a technical revolution spearheaded by IoT technologies. While there are already examples of cars that can park on their own and self-driving vehicles are emerging, this is not yet a reality accessible to all.
Rodrigo Damico: Sales Engineering & Customer Services in the International Sales Department at Teldat. Within this department he works on Pre-Sales and Post-Sales Projects.
eSIM (or embedded SIM) technology is destined to replace the traditional SIM cards that you insert in your mobile phones when you buy a new terminal or switch mobile phone operators.
Pablo Alonso: Pablo Alonso is Telecommunications and Development Engineer in the Teldat R&D Department. Within this department is part of the team dedicated to the Industrial & Mobility business line and he is specialized in cellular connections.
After several years in which the growth forecasts for the IoT market were not met, 2019 exceeded expectations, and certain market analysts predict connected devices will increase by 21% in 2020.
Francisco Lozano: Software Engineer and holds the position of Business Line Manager for the IoT and Mobility area at Teldat
Now that the second decade of the 21st century is about to end, sustainability and digitalization have become challenges all city areas must face. With this in mind, the 40th FITUR edition, which just took place in Madrid, has greatly focused on the need to incorporate new technologies to tourist destinations and turn them into “Smart Destinations”.
Dan Peinador: Telecommunications Engineer. Technical Director for NRP Software Peninsular, company that has developed various computing projects for Teldat