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Our views of a sustainable future motivate us to constantly search for innovative technologies to create increasingly smarter networks.

Through a sustainable investment in research, development and innovation, we develop communication solutions that not only improve our lives, but also enrich the environment that surrounds us.

We turn ideas into tangible solutions that are focused on energy efficiency, digitalisation and the optimisation of natural resources, and are supported by strategic alliances for interoperability.

From standard technologies such as PLC PRIME/RF & PRIME PBL Ghn for the electricity sector to the investigation of communications based on LoRAWan and IoT for digitalisation in the water industry, all our solutions conform to international standards and are committed to building a more connected, efficient and sustainable future.

connectivity, interoperability:
Our challenges today
to create networks
for tomorrow

Solutions based on PRIME BPL Ghn technology

These permit the real-time integration of smart buildings with new renewable energy sources, the installation of charging stations for electric cars, and progress towards the decarbonisation of electricity networks.

Solutions based on the PRIME 1.4/RF international standard

Indispensable for rural settings of developing countries, where the mains supply characteristics call for hybrid solutions combining PLC and radio frequency.

Solutions based on the LoraWan international standard

An innovative path to integrate a wide variety of sensors and turn cities into smart environments. LoRa technology offers an unrivalled versatility, from the efficient management of the water supply to the optimisation of waste collection and the monitoring of population density, among others.

Its ability to establish long-distance connections and its aptitude for settings where mains supply is not available make this technology an essential tool to drive the development of Smart Cities.

In addition, it is useful in those places with low electricity coverage, such as agricultural farming areas in rural settings, and it permits the creation of private networks of sensors and actuators.

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