We live in a hyper-connected world. Our smartphones, home automation systems or IoT devices used by some utilities are connected to highly complex communications networks that need to be monitored from a radioelectric point of view. In this monitoring of radiofrequency signals there is an essential function to prevent incidents such as interference or a […]
Today, more than ever, the world depends on energy. However, we know that much of this energy is produced through environmentally unfriendly processes, so balancing the progressive energy dependence with the care of the planet has become one of the main challenges of the decade. The United Nations recognizes this in its Sustainable Development Goals […]
Technology will be humanity’s main allied when it comes to reducing social inequalities and progressing towards a fairer, cleaner and safer world. Therefore, in this series of articles we take the Sustainable Development Goals proposed by the United Nations for 2030 to demonstrate how ICT will be the key to their achievement. In today’s article […]
During the following minute thousands of applications will request millions of people to reveal their location. However, these data are extremely sensitive, so their processing needs to be done to avoid compromise the privacy of the users.
The adoption of new technologies is forcing companies to innovate in cybersecurity to cope with the development of new threats. When fraud and identity theft are presented as the great enemies of the digital age, technology is their best ally.
This month at GRD Tech we talk to you about Industry 4.0, the industrial revolution of the entire value chain. Where do we stand? What challenges will companies have to face?
Florence Nightingale is considered the forerunner of the modern professional nursing and creator of the first conceptual model of this profession.
Considered a pioneer in the radioactivity field, this famous Polish-French scientist was the first woman to become a professor at Sorbonne University in Paris. Our colleague Alicia remembered her that way.
New episode of the ‘Women in Technology’ series. Today, International Women’s Day, this post couldn’t be dedicated anybody but her: Ada Lovelace. Considered the first woman programmer in history, Lovelace has been the most mentioned reference by our colleagues, maybe for being a pioneer in a world -the Mathematics and Science- reserved exclusively for […]
March is the women’s month and at Gradiant you can read every Friday a post on reference technologists. Today, the Queen of open source hardware and CEO of Adafruit, Limor Fried.
We are beginning a new section of Women in Technology introducing Jude Milhon, programmer, writer and one of the first female hackers in history, as well as a strong advocate for cyber-rights.