Sustainable mobility: another challenge for Smart Cities

Sustainable mobilityThere 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.

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Aida Suarez: Aida Suárez, graduated in Aeronautical Engineering, is a Business Line Manager working within the Product Marketing Department, and responsible for the Transport line

New technologies in healthcare

healthcareIf there’s a sector that is at the fore of technology, it’s medicine, applying new techniques that allow us to improve our quality of life.
In this blog post, I don’t want to focus on the latest technological advances, I want to focus on how new communications paradigms and new technologies, which are at our fingertips, can be used to improve healthcare.

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Dan Peinador: Telecommunications Engineer. Technical Director for NRP Software Peninsular, company that has developed various computing projects for Teldat

Manufacturing Electronics in 21st Century

electronic manufactureOn June 30th 1948, The New York Times devoted a 4-inch article on page 46 to a new invention: “A device called a transistor, which has several applications in radio where a vacuum tube ordinarily is employed”. [1] The article unveiled what Bell Labs (the R&D Department of the American telephone operator AT&T) had been developing and patenting since 1947. This modest announcement of what was to become the central artefact of electronics, was followed by a relatively non-aggressive plan of action for introducing the product on the market. AT&T waived the royalties for transistorized hearing aids in honor of Alexander Graham Bell, a lifelong advocate for the hearing impaired.  There were not many more applications for the transistor technology in sight.

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Pedro Aparicio: Telecommunications Engineer from the Polytechnic University of Madrid. He has been Procurement Director at Teldat for 9 years, until retiring in March 2018.

Positioning systems and mobility management II

positioning managementIn my previous article on “Positioning systems and mobility management I” looked at the Wi-Fi infrastructure solution within a given area.

The location of a client carrying a Wi-Fi-enabled device could be estimated based on the information received from several APs about a client’s proximity. The client didn’t even have to connect to the network, just having the interface turned on was enough.

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Francisco Navarro: Francisco Navarro, graduated in Physical Science, is a Business Line Manager working within the Marketing Department and responsible for the Teldat Corporate Routers.