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TV Network, Data Network, IoT Solutions, Smart Building, DataCom, Lighting

Sustainable advantages brought by building digitization

Digitization has been mainly implemented in companies to optimize resources and enhance
competitiveness. It makes it possible to take on more tasks, and to accomplish them in a faster and more
efficient way as compared to other traditional technologies. Over time, we have learned that digitization
can bring many more benefits, some of them are even linked to sustainability when applied to buildings.


Professional LED Lighting, Lighting

The importance of protecting the sky with night lighting

The night sky has been a very valuable factor for humankind. People have used the night sky to create
navigation routes, discover constellations and even go deeper into some esoteric aspects such as the
horoscope signs.


Connected Industry 4.0 and the success case of the Claudiia Project

Digital transformation of the Spanish industry essentially lies in the so-called Connected Industry 4.0.
With this development, the physical and digital world blend together.


Telecommunications and TV infrastructure, Professional LED Lighting, DataCom

Valencian Community, pioneer in the implementation of smart cities projects in more than 130 municipalities

The area of Smart Cities of the Valencia Provincial Council has approved a 2.5 million euro budget for smart cities projects across the whole province.

Up to 133 municipalities have requested the implementation of different programs linked to this initiative. Such initiatives will tap data collection and analysis to bring about different technological enhancements in the quality of life of the citizens and the environment.


Televes Corporation and Adecco Foundation devoted to professional growth of young people

If a company intends to keep the highest competitiveness, it should invest on the professional growth of both its staff and future professionals.

Televes Corporation sometimes follows this strategy in-house, and, every once in a while, turns to external companies that stand out in the employment and human-resources sector.

One of the main assets of the corporation is precisely the group’s Human Resources Department. Always bearing in mind its professionals, it maintains ongoing dynamics in terms of training, updating and internal promotion.


Corporate, Innovation, IoT Solutions, Smart Building

Spanish cities joining the Intelligent Cities Challenge

European Commission’s initiative Intelligent Cities Challenge (ICC) has already selected the 64 cities that will partake in this two-year program, which will be focused on green and digital transition as well as on the implementation of cutting-edge technologies. Among these cities, 12 of them are Spanish.


Telecommunications and TV infrastructure

Televes attends the 37th AMETIC Meeting: "It’s not enough for buildings to be intelligent; they should also be sustainable"

Last August 30th, the 37th edition of the Digital Economy and Telecommunications Meeting, organized by AMETIC (Spanish electronics and communications business federation) was celebrated.

For three days, professionals and representatives from business, public and academic environments took part in several debates and speeches related to digital transformation in Spain.

Among all the participants, José Luis Fernández Carnero, General Director of Strategy of Televes, participated in the discussion table “The building facing the challenge of sustainability”, which was held on September 1st at 10:10 AM. He was accompanied by Paloma García, Director of Standardization Programs and Stakeholders of the Spanish Standardization Association (UNE).


Corporate, Telecommunications and TV infrastructure, Innovation, TV Network, Data Network, Broadcast, IoT Solutions

What is “Call to Europe” and why is it so important for the Spanish radio spectrum?

On November 30th 2023, another world event is taking place. Even if it has nothing to do with football, it is indeed somewhat relevant for the whole planet.

We are talking about the World Radiocommunication Conferences (referred to as WRC-23 this year), which emulates the renowned football championship because it is held every four years.

Apart from that, what’s at stake in every edition heightens expectations, that’s why thousands of professionals are already called to attend this 4-week event.

Among the scheduled discussion topics, the most decisive one has a direct impact on the radio spectrum across Region 1 – which includes Europe, Africa and the greatest part of Northern Asia.

The outcome can be so crucial at an economic, social and cultural scale that organizations and companies from 20 different countries – among them Televes, TRedess and Gsertel – have advocated for the so-called “Call to Europe”. This initiative intends to urge the EU representatives to preserve the lower UHF radio spectrum (470-694 MH).


Hospitality, Sociosanitario, IoT Solutions, Smart Buildings

Telecare services open the door to new possibilities for care at elderly homes

The strong aging of the population has brought about a need to seek new methods to ensure long-term care services for older adults. 

This is a quest for comprehensive and intelligent solutions with the intention of improving the quality of life of residents and their families, facilitating day-to-day work of care professionals, and maintaining the viability of this kind of centers and care provision in general.

The aim of residential telecare is to transform homes for older and disabled people into intelligent homes.

Residential telecare is aligned with the new care system for older people. Technology appears, then, as one of the main pillars for this kind of care.

This new care model has to meet the needs of every user, regardless of the place they live –  nursing-home facilities or their own house. The goal here is to focus on the quality of life of the user before they develop chronic disorders or show the first symptoms of cognitive decline, and this requires moving beyond the reactive model in order to consolidate a proactive one.

Residential telecare services have proven to be very useful, especially in the key objectives for the care of older adults: the “5 Ps model” – which stand for: personalized and adapted to the characteristics and wishes of the person who is being cared for; participative, because they take the caregivers’ opinion into account; proactive, so risky situations can be detected early on; predictive, through intelligent management of data brought by technology and care monitoring; and population, to reach any spot across the community and to get adapted to the geographical configuration of any place.

New technologies – even within the Healthcare industry – enable the monitoring of different health parameters. When it comes to older adults, not only are these developments focused on security factors, but also on comfort, health and functionality. By using sensors and the appropriate devices, any abnormal situation can be detected so that immediate measures can be taken. Emergency notifications are therefore sent to the corresponding health professional, as well as to relatives and emergency caregivers.

With the evolution of the industry, it has been possible to implement telecare services in other environments where they might be as useful, if not more so – especially if a greater number of people can benefit from them. It comes along with a comprehensive care solution for older individuals that allow them to live better in elderly homes. Such services use tools that address the overall needs of an aged person thanks to the features brought by IoT to promote active and healthy aging – including monitoring of vital signs.

Thus, residential telecare services can cover more areas and represent technological advances that improve the quality of life of older adults while rendering the tasks of professionals easier.