Dead cow technology to USA

Galileo Technologies wants to repeat the experience of the Neuquén Basin in the United States. The company exports and launches liquefied natural Gas production stations on American soil. Allows you to reduce costs for users. Galileo Technologies seeks to repeat in the United States the experience it has developed in …

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Create stories to connect

Learning to generate ideas for innovation was the central theme of Daniel Granatta’s workshop on the second day of social Media day 2019. Granatta is an engineer, entrepreneur, advertising creative, journalist, lecturer, writer, teacher and futurist, and has also published more than 20 books on his experiences in advertising, programming …

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Business technology: smart cities

Oracle estimates that the global market for smart cities will reach 1.944 million us dollars for the year 2023. Smart city is a concept that arises from an urban area that uses different types of electronic sensors from the Internet of Things (IoT) to collect data and then use this …

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How safe it is to use no contact technology

More and more businesses in Chile and around the world allow the “no contact” or “contactless” payment technology. This facilitates faster purchases and payments without losing sight of the card. However, there are several myths and fears that people have to use this technology, despite having the same protection of …

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Over 60 invented the technology that exists now.

On Saturday afternoon, at the 60+active festival, he will give the talk ‘ and who are you? I’m a Bloomer, kid’ The 60+Activos Festival will show new technologies in Valladolid next weekend, such as digital assistants, which will be tested to learn their usefulness. The manager of MediaMarkt Valladolid, Ximo …

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Technology reduces concentration of heavy metals

A technological solution that aims to reduce the high concentrations of heavy metals from water sources in agricultural and livestock areas is being tested in the country. María Quintana, PhD in Chemistry from the National University of Engineering and Uppsala University, informed El Peruano that the project –which has been …

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