We provide BigINFO

i3-UPM is dedicated to provide BigINFO to real applications including Intelligent Transportation Systems, Wireless Sensor Networks, and Energy Efficiency.

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Energy

We are more and more concious about the challenge we must face in order to guarantee our current energy-based comfort and economic growth. However, there is still much to do. We focus our work in stopping wasting energy. Our contributions target novel ways of measuring efficiency and its environmental impact, at two levels: buildings and national energy systems.

Transportation

Congestions, harmful emissions, waste of time... are some of the concepts that we relate to transportation. We must find innovative solutions to tackle these problems that affect us all. We have worked very closely with industrial partners to develop intelligent transportation systems that are currently in real operation in cities like Madrid or Seville.

Information processing

Big-data is currently real. The challenge now is to evolve to BigINFO, extracting relevant and meaningful information. The key is now creating data processing elements with the ability to grow. Correspondingly, we have developed novel platforms that employ creative approaches to construct real sensory systems and data processing algorithms adapted to specific applications.

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This is our team

Common-sense researchers with industrial and commercial experience.

Ana Belén Rodríguez González

PhD in Telecomms. She is our research engine. She is a tough worker, creative and rigorous, which eventually forms the perfect combination to solve complex problems with robust and simple solutions.

Juanjo Vinagre Díaz

PhD in Telecomms. He has worked as Project Manager in different international corporations. He has the ability to listen to people and understand their needs. He is a planner by nature and has achieved and managed research projects, totalling over 2,5 M€.

Mark Wilby

PhD in Physics. Researcher in Imperial College London and University College London before joining i3-UPM. He has been CEO and CTO in 4 software and communication companies. He builds innovative solutions to current issues that form the basis for future development.