Innovative products, materials, technologies and digital systems

– A technical office to carry out the innovation policies set forth by the Public Administrations (diagnosis and accompaniment services for innovation and the internationalisation of SMEs, technology dissemination events, brainstorming and networking , etc.)

– Smart services (technology consultation, definition of sustainable business models, conceptualisation and validation of pilot projects, etc.)

– Smart data (pre-processing of internal data, data capture from the social media, cross-checking and analysis, etc.)

Eurecat, at the forefront of technological-scientific advances, to meet the needs of the present and the challenges of the future

Based on the technological knowledge and innovative trends of the sector markets, Eurecat offers a service tailored to the needs of the public administrations, handling the entire value chain for each specific case. Moreover, Eurecat will also handle the management of the entire contracted service.

Thanks to their knowledge of the internal management processes of the public administrations and their vast experience with the public system,

our technicians speak the same language as the customer, from the initial point of contact to the end follow-up of the project / service.

New products and technologies designed for the public administrations

ev-connect   EV-CONNECT

A service taken on by the European Commission for the development of a strategic road map, in cooperation with the main agents, to go from the current system of vehicle electrical battery charge infrastructures to an interconnected-network-based model.

idigital
iDigital

Eurecat-BDigital serves as the technical office for the Catalan Government’s idigital project, which aims to develop a pole of digital innovation that will generate economic growth and quality employment and that will transform the Catalan society, thanks to the ICTs

BeWiser
BeWiser

A study of Internet wireless security within the framework of organisations and companies, drawing on the role played by the Triple Helix Clusters as poles of innovation in the European regions. This study has made it possible to reinforce Europe’s position in the development of wireless technologies as a motor for economic development and to align itself with the challenges set out by the European Digital Agenda.