Miss Raquel Gonzalez Spain

Indra is a global technology, innovation and talent company, on the cutting edge of high value-added solutions and services and which operates in more than 118 countries and has more than 40,000 employees worldwide. In 2011, group revenue reached €3.000bn.

The company's knowledge of the different sectors in which it operates (Transport and Traffic, Energy and Industry, Public Administration and Healthcare, Financial Services, Security and Defence, and Telecom and Media) has allowed it to develop innovative solutions that have successfully met the expectations of our customers.

Differentiated business model based on Innovation

Innovation is the cornerstone of our strategy, our business model and our sustainability. Indra ranks second in Europe by R&D spend.

Networks of excellence: the cornerstone of our manufacturing and innovation

Indra consolidates and concentrates its operations in specialised workplaces, the Centres of Excellence, which are key to our production and our innovation. These function like neural connections, generating substantial synergies in production efficiency and knowledge generation. It other words, they specialise in a particular technology or area of knowledge, enabling them to capitalise on potential economies of scale, thus enhancing production efficiency. They are also specific innovation units which focus on developing a range of products and services that address the real, specific needs of our customers. In short, these workplaces operate as advanced laboratories, using the latest technological breakthroughs to develop bespoke solutions for our customers. 

Our solutions and services

Based on a combination of electronics, communications and information technology, our solutions contribute intelligence to different infrastructures in order to respond to the new challenges and problems facing our customers and improve their financial, social and environmental performance, thereby ensuring their long-term sustainability.
Indra follows a value creation strategy, offering customers comprehensive management solutions, from consultancy, to project development, integration and implementation, to IT outsourcing and BPO.

Organisation Type
Miss Raquel Gonzalez
Indra Sistemas, S.A.
Innovation Management 
Area of Interest

Mr Christian Hauke Spain

Organisation Type
FEVEC
Project/Policy Officer 
Area of Interest

Ms María Herreras Spain

Founded more than 70 years since its origin Zeltia group has been involved in the biopharmaceutical and chemical. Zeltia publicly traded since 1963 and in the continuous market since 1998.

The holding is a world-leading biopharmaceutical company specialised in the development of marinebased drugs for use in oncology and central nervous system illnesses. Grupo Zeltia consists mainly of the following companies: PharmaMar, the world-leading biotechnology company in advancing cancer
care through the discovery and development of innovative marine-derived medicines; Noscira, a biotech firm focused on discovering and developing new drugs against Alzheimer’s disease and other neurodegenerative diseases of the central nervous system; Genomica, Spain's leading molecular diagnostics company; Sylentis, dedicated to researching therapeutic applications of gene silencing (RNAi); and a chemical division comprising Zelnova and Xylazel, two highly profitable companies that are leaders in their respective market segments.

Website:
www.zeltia.com
Organisation Type
Zeltia, S.A.
Project Coordination Dept. 
Area of Interest

Dr Carlos Laorden Spain

DeustoTech Computing

The DeustoTech-Computing unit houses S3Lab, which is part of DeustoTech-Deusto Institute of Technology in the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Deusto.

The aim of DeustoTech-Computing is to use artificial intelligence as a mainstay for the improvement of different environments.  In this way, this knowledge has been applied in a wide range of areas such as security, smelting processes or proteomics. 

Special mention should be made of its contribution to the security field throughout these years, collaborating with leading companies in the sector, and obtaining recognition for the research work carried out by the scientific community.

Dr Carlos Laorden
DeustoTech Computing
Area of Interest

Anette Norborg Spain

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Website:
www.deusto.es
Organisation Type
University of Deusto
Project Manager 

Professor Federico Pablo-Martí Spain

Organisation Type
Universidad de Alcalá
Associated Professor of Applied Economics 

Mr Carlos Luis Parra Spain

Organisation Type
Virgen del Rocio University Hospital, Andalusian Health Service
Head of Technological Innovation 
Area of Interest

Mr Matteo Pastorino Spain

Life Supporting Technologies (LifeSTech) is a research, development and innovation group, belonging to the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM) and dedicated to design, development and evaluation of services and applications based on ICT (Information and Communication Technologies), in order to create and promote new ideas, methods and technological solutions in every aspect of the value chain of organizations. We develop methods and technological solutions in the areas of:
  • e-Health
  • e-Inclusion
  • e-Learning
  • e-Government
The UPM, is one of the largest universities in Europe. UPM conducts leading technological research in multiple fields. We are one of the largest e-Health research centers in Spain and maintain partnerships within the public and private sectors in the areas of research and development. Over the last fifteen years, we have participated in more than thirty European projects funded by several EU Research Programs (AIM, RACE, TIDE, BRITE, Telematics Applications, eTEN, Leonardo, Quality of Life and IST), as well as in many projects funded by the Spanish Research Council and the R&D Program of the Madrid Community. We are also sponsored by a variety of private Spanish and European companies.
Life Supporting Technologies
Researcher 
Area of Interest

Mr Albert Rodríguez Spain

Organisation Type
CRIC
Research Engineer 
Area of Interest

Mr Daniel Sáez Domingo Spain

ITI is a Reference Technological Centre specialized in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) Research, Development and Innovation, offering to the computer industry the possibility of adding new technologies and capabilities developed in R&D&I projects to their products, processes or businesses. It was established in 1994 by a joint initiative of the Polytechnic University of Valencia (UPV), the Institute of Small and Medium Enterprises of Valencia (IMPIVA), and a group of companies in the information technology sector. It has a team of 150 technologists, with extensive experience in the area of interoperability, real time and complex systems, embedded systems, quality and security and reference platforms and has participated in many national and international research projects in this field, in collaboration with companies and institutions.

As a reference technology centre is part of the main structures at regional and national levels in Spain related to the generation and transference of technologies, highlighting in this sense its belonging to the Valencian Network of Technological Institutes (REDIT), composed by 14 sectors, with more than 7000 associated companies. ITI has direct links with all these sectors (Metal-mechanics, Ceramics, Plastics, Optics, Energy, Textile, ...).

Moreover, ITI is also member of national and European structures and associations related to the definition of research strategies or initiatives in different domains. Among these associations and structures can be highlighted the following: INTERVAL (http://interval.interop-vlab.es), INTERPOP-VLab (http://www.interop-vlab.eu/).  INES (http://www.ines.org.es/), NESSI (http://www.nessi-europe.com/), es.Internet (http://www.esinternet.imasdtic.es/), Prometeo (http://www.prometeo-office.org/) and ARTEMIS (http://www.artemis-ju.eu/) or Net!Works (http://www.networks-etp.eu/).

 

ITI is preparing a proposal in Objective ICT-2013.6.4 Optimising Energy Systems in Smart Cities and wants to close the consortium with a new partner acting as an ESCO.

In addition, ITI will launch a proposal in Objective ICT-2013.1.2 Software Engineering, Services and Cloud Computing and is looking for partners.

Finally, we are working on a proposal in Objective ICT-2013.6.6 Integrated personal mobility for smart cities and we are looking for mobility managers in cities and Human Machine Interface experts.

Mr Daniel Sáez Domingo
ITI - INSTITUTO TECNOLÓGICO DE INFORMÁTICA
Strategic and Competitive Intelligence Director 
Area of Interest