The infrastructures of the future
The use of technology and industry generate pollution that affects our natural environment and can be harmful to people. This problem can only be avoided by improving energy efficiency and savings and developing sustainable infrastructure models that respect the environment.
We are committed to smart management solutions for infrastructures and buildings that integrate everything from energy management systems to security and safety management systems, resulting in increased efficiency and energy savings. These tools also improve the security of the infrastructure and the safety of the people who use it.
To implement these applications, we have extensive experience and expertise in Smart Infrastructure. We provide a specialized offering of systems and technologies for automating and controlling energy, lighting and air conditioning installations in order to strengthen existing infrastructures without negatively impacting the environment.
Specific solutions for each client
This allows us to provide our clients with the optimal balance between the operational and supervision needs of the infrastructure and the optimization of management and maintenance expenses, always with the highest levels of security.
Thanks to our specialization in smart infrastructure management, we are able to offer specific measures for resolving concrete needs in all types of environments and projects ‒ for example, major mining and construction works, public and private infrastructures, commercial and residential facilities. In this regard, we work in a variety of sectors, ranging from penitentiary institutions and hotels to educational establishments, offices, etc.
We work closely with our clients during every stage of the process. Our business model is developed and based on the global management of client needs and custom solutions and services.
This has benefits for users and for the public in general. In partnership with the Polytechnic University of Cartagena, we are researching communication technologies and the secure transmission of information in hospital environments. And to improve the sustainability and efficiency of the urban infrastructures, we use sensor networks to plan the automation of processes and services.
We also turn cities into 'smart cities', as in the case of A Coruña, where as part of the Coruña Smart City project tests have begun to assess the connection between the sensors across the city and the innovative urban platform. Enormous strides are being made toward the goal of improving quality of life for citizens and driving the economy and business through technological innovation, positioning the Spanish city at the forefront of efficient urban management and as an example of what the city of the future will look like.
But we are not just modernizing cities in Spain. In South America we have used our technology to implement ticketing services in the subway systems of São Paulo in Brazil and Santiago in Chile. Additionally, we are currently designing and implementing smart management systems for facilities as part of the Panama Canal Third Set of Locks project, widely regarded as one of the largest engineering projects ever undertaken.