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  • The IoT or Internet of Things is going to characterise our future. And Alicia Asín, CEO of Libelium, has much to say on the subject, because her company offers devices, such as the Waspmote Plug & Sense, that resolve problems of interoperability and maximise the possibilities offered by this technology in, for example, the development of smart cities.

    The Fourth Industrial Revolution is already having a profound impact on the labour market. Some professions will disappear while others will blossom and require new abilities and skills. Let's see what they are!

  • Galán, a regular at the Forum's annual meeting, said "the good news is that the necessary technologies to deliver this transformation — renewable energy sources — are readily available at a competitive cost."

    Technological advances are occurring at a dizzying speed and 2020 is expected to be the year of the so-called great technological leap. Industry is fast preparing itself to embark on a new era in which robots, the Internet of Things (IoT) and other trends in innovation will dominate our lives.

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    Wind turbines, engines and cranes are now able to understand each other and converse in natural language with engineers. It is not science fiction, they are digital twins, a disruptive technology that will be vital in the rise and progression of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

    Startups are small but brilliant companies. They are the result of groundbreaking ideas through which entrepreneurs want to change the world. In addition to its capacity to innovate, the difference between a startup and an SME is the flexibility of a startup in adapting to change and in its customer-centric approach.