Spanish software developer Fluendo is launching RiftAnalyst, the first video analysis app for professionalising gaming competitions.
Insulclock, a pioneering system to control diabetes made in Spain
A Madrid-based start-up has developed a unique device to show insulin information on mobile devices.
Foxtenn, the Spanish system which is set to revolutionise the tennis world
Approved by all of the large ruling bodies of international tennis, this innovative technology is set to oust the well-known Hawk-Eye thanks to its millimetric precision which captures the moment of the true bounce by using more than 44 cameras, 10 cutting-edge lasers and software which is capable of generating 12 billion calculations per second.
An innovator at the service of society
Domingo Panea is the recipient of numerous prizes and awards. His latest invention is the world’s safest safe.
MyTripCar, Spanish talent enabling cars to be hired around the world
The startup, created in Alicante, has broken into the market of vehicle hire comparison websites with the objective of becoming a worldwide leader. It already has a presence in five countries and rents cars in more than 1500 national and international destinations.
Spanish researchers are developing the quantum computer of the future
Enrique Solano, from the University of the Basque Country in Bilbao, is heading up a collaborative project with Google to develop the most advanced digital quantum computer.
Spanish innovation to improve the lives of Ethiopian children
The Rescate (Rescue) NGO and the companies GFM and Albufera Energy Storage, with funding from the AECID, are designing a system to generate electricity and obtain water without having to travel for kilometres.
Eyesynth: Seeing through your ears
Spain-based Eyesynth has developed an audio-visual system for the blind, using a 3D camera and a microcomputer to translate spatial information into audio signals.
The augmented reality from Spain to land in Asia
Mybrana sets eyes on the booming Asian market with a mobile app that adds visual effects to real images.
A Spanish chip for ligament sprain
A young student from Vizcaya is working on a technology for the knees that prevents one of the most common and feared injuries among sportspeople.