Leyre Olavarria talks about how SEAT has partnered closely with technology companies and changed its product development culture to emerge as a leader in car connectivity.
Spanish car manufacturer SEAT occupies pole position in the race to develop connected cars. Buzz speaks to Fabian Simmer about how the company is responding to changing demand and how it is innovating for the future.
José Nascimento, head of SEAT’s Metropolis:Lab Barcelona, discusses the dramatic impact that new data-based technologies could have on the future of urban mobility.
Dubai is now emerging as a flagbearer for a new trend in the global economy, a trend which places the concepts of happiness and well-being at the heart of economic and technological development.
In recent years, virtual, augmented and mixed reality captured imaginations and shaped trends. Now they’re poised to become mainstays of everyday reality.
As massive two-way flows of electrons and data, of electricity and information, reshape whole industries and transform contemporary society, energy companies are preparing to change the face of urban living in the 21st century.
Home to a fast-growing community of technology start-ups, Barcelona is also on the frontline of the digital revolution that is changing the shape of cars forever.
With the number of applications and IoT-connected sensors already mushrooming in today’s smart cities, firewalls are now largely obsolete.
To position itself for this new era, SEAT has developed close ties with the Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC), home to MareNostrum 4, the third most powerful supercomputer in Europe.
This ageing of the population is already exerting extreme pressure on health care systems around the world. In response, the medical sector is turning to digital technologies to reduce costs and re-think the way that health care is provided.