Gradiant quintuples its sales of international licenses of R&D

Gradiant has quintupled the license agreements of its innovation projects in the last two years, which already reach 150 licenses in 18 countries. Gradiant’s international revenues, in addition to licensing, include in-house project development with 239 companies from 29 countries. In total, Gradiant’s international business will reach 18% this year, with the forecast to exceed 30% in two years.

CattleCare is shaping the future of Galician Livestock Farms

CATTLECARE will improve the management of resources, such as food, through the automation of distribution logistics Livestock farms will be modernized by using devices that will allow extracting cattle’s behavioral patterns CATTLECARE consortium is formed by CLUN Cooperative, Conexiona Telecom and Ictel Ingenieros. Gradiant plays a key role in the success of this project Introducing CattleCare at Gradiant’s […]

AIOTI established as a legally recognised Association

A message from Kees van der Klauw, Chairman of AIOTI, originally published on http://www.aioti.org/2016/11/03/aioti-established-as-a-legally-recognised-association/ “After several months of hard work, our Alliance for Internet of Things Innovation has passed a major milestone since its establishment. On 22 September 2016 we received the confirmation from the Belgian authorities that the King has approved the application of AIOTI to establish an Association […]