POLARYS Project: Reinforcing maritime safety

The main objective of the POLARYS project is to increase maritime safety and efficiency in navigation and emergency management. All this by developing a novel VDES transceiver (VHF Data Exchange System) and its complementary systems. This system allows the exchange of information related to maritime safety between vessels, and between them and terrestrial/satellite infrastructures. In […]

Gradiant conquers Silicon Valley

Daniel Ramos, our International Business Development Manager, travels these days to the West Coast of the United States, to open new markets in the so-called “Mecca of tech innovation”: Silicon Valley.

130% more cyberattacks in 2016 than in 2015

  115,000 cyberattacks only in Spain during 2016 Most of the cyberattacks came from China, Russia and Ukraine The purpose was mainly economic or information theft   Overall, 115,000 cyberattacks have been registered only in Spain, 130% more than in all of 2015, according to a recent study published by INCIBE, the National Institute of […]

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 […]

Drones vs. UAVs

First things first, may we try to justify the title of this blog post: The english term Drone applied to UAVs refers to the male bee, because of the clumsy flight and the monotone sound that this vehicles showed in their beginnings. Initially being of almost strictly military use, UAVs (Unmaned Aerial Vehicles) have been perfected nowadays to an extent […]

Six technologies for Industry 4.0

The concept Industry 4.0 was given birth by the German government to describe a vision of hyperconnected manufacturing processes, a new model based on data. It seeks deep changes and evolutions, to such an essential level, that it has already been given the name of fourth industrial revolution. Governments and supra-national institutions recently adopted this belief by […]

Spanish banks bet on biometrics

Since the beginning of November, two major banks in Spain have launched innovative initiatives regarding Digital Onboarding processes. Thus Spain is at the European forefront of innovation in biometric security. Photo credit: Pexels.com The mobile banking revolution has taken another step forward in Spain, by relying on biometric security technologies. Since early November, both SelfBank and BBVA have launched […]

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 […]