Alejandro Fuertes is from Cádiz and a motor racing enthusiast who ha turn his hobby into an entrepreneurial adventure. Through the Brain initiative, Alejandro has created a professional app that is at everyone’s reach. It’s called BeRacing and it works with any type of vehicle. It measures times and analyses driving techniques. The project was boosted by the Minerva Programme of technological entrepreneurship, promoted by Vodafone and the Andalusian Government.
Having access to the historical centre of cities won’t be a problem for firemen anymore. In Arahal, Seville, the Feniks company has designed a fire engine that is almost half as wide as the regular ones. However, despite being much narrower, it has the same features than the bigger ones. Before the end of 2017, they expect several Spanish city councils to have one in their streets. For now, it seems that the first one to have one will be Jaén.
Researchers from the University of Malaga have developed a 3D simulator to test olfactory robots that detect gas leaks. They recreate closed space conditions where they can check if the robotic devices work well before they are used in the field.