Paying or entering an event with a bracelet. This is what the Bracelit project, started in Granada by young entrepreneurs, allows. It is a management and payment system that uses contactless technology. The bracelet worn by the user works as a virtual wallet.
Sevilian entrepreneurs Ricardo and Pedro didn’t know anything about farming, but they knew a lot about business development. So, after considering it carefully, they decided to create Ec2ce, a company specialised in artificial intelligence and big data that helps agro-industrial and cattle farming companies make the right decisions regarding the management of their businesses. They offer predictive models that are able to predict, for example, the annual harvest, productivity, the evolution of plagues… Clients worldwide have shown interest in this innovative idea.
In the face of the difficulties experienced by many ski enthusiasts and beginners when transporting equipment to the slopes, a Granadian engineer has developed a device to make it easier. It’s called ‘Transki’, and it allows you to carry all the equipment compactly.