SVMAC

SVMAC designs and manufactures autonomous and multipurpose platform, specially designed for agroforestry applications, capable of operating in complex orography and high inclination. With a high mobility and reduced volume, it allows the coupling of a great amount of tools for the integral management of the crop.

Telos

Transport & Logistics

Spain

Blockchain Solution Description

The aim of this project is the secure registration of vehicle/machinery events using blockchain technology. To this end, the vehicle will share its operating data that a blockchain-based system that will make immutably available relevant data to allowed parties involved in vehicle maintenance and operation.

Team Members Brief Description

Jorge Villarrica
Co-founder and CEO

Electrical and Mechanical Engineer. He has almost 20 years of experience in the field of industrial design and engineering. He started his professional career at Bosch. From 2005 to 2012 he worked as a researcher and head of the product engineering unit at PRODINTEC, a Technology Centre. In 2012 he founded INTEGRA, an engineering company where he worked as director until 2015, when it was acquired by Daniel Alonso Group and renamed as IDESA Industrial Plants, where he performed as Director of Engineering. In 2016, he founded SVMAC.

Rubén Sánchez
Co-founder and CTO


Mechanical and Industrial Engineer. He has more than 15 years of experience in the field of industrial design and engineering. He started as a researcher in the University of Oviedo. In 2006, he joined PRODINTEC, as project engineer and in 2012, he became head of the product engineering unit. In 2013, he joined INTEGRA, an engineering company, where he worked as development manager until 2015, when it was acquired by Daniel Alonso Group and renamed as IDESA Industrial Plants, where he performed as responsible for new developments. In 2016, he founded SVMAC.

CTIC Technology Centre

CTIC Technology Centre (CTIC) is a private non-profit Research and Technology Organization (RTO), specialized in the research and development of cutting-edge technologies. Its main objective is to promote activities related to the development ICT ın all spheres of economıc and socıal. In addition, other strategic goals are to contribute to improve business competitiveness and disseminate Science and Technology among citizens and institutions. CTIC staff is formed by employees a team of 70 persons including engineers and PhD researchers specialised in ICT technologies. CTIC is the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Office in Spain, which actively participates in the research and definition of standards among developers, application creators and the Web community in general.At international level, CTIC has developed several projects financed by different European and International funding Bodies, such as governmental institutions in African and Latin American countries, and European Commission (FP7, AAL, CIP, Interreg, H2020).