Thousands of people show their passion every year, suffering, shouting and enjoying themselves together. Thousands of spectators flock to the Champions League stadiums for the deepest emotions. Places where you can breathe the centuries-old history of football, grounds (some of them) with more than a hundred years of life.
They do not pollute or make noise, and they already seduce many drivers. Battery-powered cars are finding a place for themselves in the market, among other reasons because the designs have improved a lot and because their autonomy has grown. Now you can be sure that the car is not going give up on you suddenly.
This technology is already used in some of the most important European leagues with the aim of eradicating the 'ghost goals'.
Little changes in our daily bits can have a positive repercussion on the environment.
Technology and the latest advances are inspiring new ways to recycle all kinds of materials, from traditional plastic and glass to electronic components and coffee fibres. The recycling revolution is even transforming rubbish collection trucks. Sign up now to the most green of innovations.
The prestige of a brand lies not only in its products, but in the intangible values with which it is associated in collective imagination.
By 2020, 60% of the world population will live in cities, according to different studies. If urban air pollution is already a problem, with this increase in population, the situation would be unsustainable. Data published in El Motor claim that a Smart, the least polluting vehicle according to the publication, emits 95.71 grams of CO2 per kilometre travelled, while the most polluting is an emission of 330.74 grams per kilometre. Now let's think about the CO2 that a bicycle emits, there is no comparison.
The 21st century heralds a change in the way of travelling. Technological innovation has changed the tourist landscape and promises to go much further. The possibilities offered by connectivity, augmented reality, robots and artificial intelligence will dominate the hotel sector in ten years. Curiously, this revolution entails a revaluation of the human factor that is key in the tourism of the future.
Get to know the story of Jéssica Romo, finalist of the Yuzz Mujer 2016 program, who has succeeded in realizing her project by creating the company Dual-D, an online platform where each woman can design her own garment, selecting the shape, size, cut, fabric or color...
More and more sectors are starting to use drones, thanks to the highly precise and low cost flights this technology makes possible. Today, drones are taking on all kinds of endeavors, from fighting fires to transporting people.