Public safety authorities could make use of the application for locating people within a building in emergency situations.
Salvador Rueda, director of the Urban Ecology Agency of Barcelona, will be at the headquarters of the Association of Architects of Madrid (COAM) next February 19 to speak about Ecosystem Planning.
The system consists of several elements (generators, consumers, converters and energy storage devices) connected by DC and AC buses, forming a smart nanogrid.
The project will activate urban Communities to facilitate the role of social/health services and of families in dealing with mild cognitive impairments and frailty in the elderly population.
Forming part of a consortium that has won a 48 months collaboration (6M euros) to support the EIB in providing advisory services across all EU Member States, candidate countries and potential candidate countries.
Jornada Nuevas Tecnologías para gestión de emergencias en el entorno urbano. Organizada por la Fundación Círculo y la Unidad Militar de Emergencias, Base Aérea de Torrejón (Madrid), 30 de Junio de 2015
A team of three graduate students (Carlos Moreno, Marta Martín and Jaime Vegas), led by professor Manuel Alvarez-Campana, has been awarded a prize for its […]
Once completed the initial deployment of the first set of sensors, UPM’s Smart City Platform starts to offer its first results though its open dashboard.
Malaga becomes the first Spanish city to accept UPM’s challenge on using ICT as a tool for inclusive noise management to reduce the health impact of noise pollution.
UPM delegation participated on the openning ceremony of the First International Conference on City Sciences (ICCS) took place the past June 4th in Shanghai, China.
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With over forty technical Schools of Engineering and Architecture, Research Centers and University Institutes, UPM has a broad teaching and research experience in multiple disciplines related to the development of cities. Thus, the goal is to leverage the enormous potential offered by UPM’s research teams to holistically address, through a multidisciplinary approach, the challenges of the City of the Future.
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