Today, different digital technologies are increasingly helping us combat the effect of climate change. It can also contribute to forest fire management through prevention, detection and restoration.
In Castilla y León, the primary sector, agriculture and livestock, account for 9.7% of the economy of this community. It is the fourth autonomous community in which agriculture accounts for a large share of the Spanish economy.
The agri-food industry transforms more than 70% of European agricultural production and is the most important industrial sector in the European Union, with production valued at 645,787 million euros, representing approximately 13% of the value of industrial production.
We are currently in the midst of a climate emergency, which has led companies to set new goals for a new energy model that guarantees the sustainability of the planet. Sustainability cannot be understood without the energy efficiency of the natural resources we need. Spanish companies are aware that sustainability is a key strategic element for their business.
Blockchain is a term that has only recently become known. In the last few years, this concept has gone viral and has come to stay. It is already established in a number of fields.
In the banking sector, for example, Blockchain makes it possible to transfer data and capital in a completely secure manner thanks to sophisticated encryption and encoding. Its purpose is to ensure transactions of any type, such as sending money through bizum, can be made securely, directly and transparently.
On 10 May, DIGIS3 took part in an informative seminar on Technological Patronage in industrial environments in the nexus building of the Caja de Burgos Foundation.
The Digital Innvotion Hub Industry 4.0,DIHBU and Kaudal have organised this conference where they explained the technology patronage tool, as a private financing system for development and innovation projects.
DIGIS3 will participate in the next Conference on Technological Patronage in industrial environments, on 10 May from 17:00 to 18:00. This conference has been organised by DIHBU and KAUDAL. Technological patronage is a means of financing based on the secure assignment of tax credits linked to expenditure on R&D and technological innovation projects by companies and knowledge centres.
On 11 April, DIGIS3 participated in the webinar on grants for LEAN and Cybersecurity projects in Castilla y León. The objective of this webinar was to promote the participation of the Castilla y León industry in the regional grants offered for Lean Manufacturing and Industrial Cybersecurity projects.