Now, 38 companies form part of the initiative launched by Endesa, Málaga City Council and MalagaTechPark.
Ihman, Iredd Telecomunicaciones SL, Soluciones de Movilidad Especiales SL PARK4DIS, Tupl Spain, Grupo Premo, Go hub SL, Opplus, Premier II, FCC, Secalflor, Tedial, Microambiental, Smart City Cluster, IN&AR Infraestructure Engineering SL, Consultoría de Sistemas y Red, SL, Bionand-Ibima and Métrica6 Ingeniería y Desarrollo SL, are the new incorporations.
The eCityMálaga project continues to grow. The 21 companies that had already joined the project have been joined by a further 17 that have already begun to operate in the various working groups created within the initiative promoted by Endesa, Málaga City Council and Málaga TechPark.
Ihman, Iredd Telecomunicaciones SL, Soluciones de Movilidad Especiales SL PARK4DIS, Tupl Spain, Grupo Premo, Go hub SL, Opplus, Premier II, FCC, Secalflor, Tedial, Microambiental, Smart City Cluster, IN&AR Infraestructure Engineering SL, Consultoría de Sistemas y Red, SL, Bionand-Ibima and Métrica6 Ingeniería y Desarrollo SL, are the new incorporations, which join Ubora Autoconsumo SL, Bic Euronova SA, Talan Consulting España, Inovalis Málaga Propco Spain SL, ROJOmandarina S. COOP AND, Centro Andaluz de Investigaciones del Agua, Fund. Privada; Instalvia Telecomunicaciones SL (Viatek Group), TDK Electron Electronics Components SAU, Apogea Consultores SL, Torsa Global SL, Vision Innovation Diversion SL (VID Group), Accenture SLU, LDA Audio Vídeo Profesional SL, Aeorum España SL, San José Constructora SA, Inerttia Business Solutions SL, Construcciones y Servicios Generales Fearral SL, Dekra, Bettergy, Lynka and Editecnia.
The 38 companies that form part of eCityMálaga represent all the strategic sectors of the Málaga economy in its different aspects.
The new additions
Ihman Interfaces Hombre Máquina Avanzados: a technology company whose main mission is the development of high engineering projects for companies and industry. IHMAN’s management team is also part of the DIANA research group at the University of Málaga. The company develops two lines of work. On the one hand, control systems, more specifically in self-configurable and wireless control networks, where they are specialists, ultra-low consumption systems, indoor location and navigation, etc., and on the other hand, the Virtual Reality line, with reconstruction of archaeological sites, stereoscopic vision systems, etc.
Iredd Telecomunicaciones SL: software development company.
Soluciones de Movilidad Especiales SL PARKD4DIS: web-app platform that locates the location of places for people with reduced mobility (PRM), promoted by the association of people with reduced mobility (AsoPMR).
Tupl Spain: with a deep understanding of wireless communications and IT technologies and are working tirelessly to develop a set of solutions that aim to challenge the status quo and bring more innovation to the backend of cellular networks.
Grupo Premo: a global leader in the development, manufacture and sale of electronic components with a special focus on the key enabling technologies of the Fourth Industrial Revolution: IoT, M2M, VR, connected and electric vehicles.
Go Hub SL: they invest in B2B SaaS solutions to improve process automation. They are committed to technologies based on advanced engineering: applied AI, IOT, augmented reality, edge computing, 5G, No Code, cybersecurity, digital twins. They identify and support entrepreneurs who want to change the rules in the sectors they understand best and where they know how to provide differential value.
Opplus: company with an end2end business strategy specializing in financial and administrative services. It acts as an operational back office and provides advisory and consultancy services, supporting the processing of transactions throughout the entire process.
Premier II: office building in Málaga TechPark.
FCC: a company with over 100 years’ experience in all areas of engineering and construction. It is a benchmark in the execution of civil works and residential and non-residential buildings.
Secalflor: a company dedicated to sustainable panels for crops..
Tedial: it is dedicated to the development of multimedia software.
Microambiental: a technology-based company specializing in consultancy and analysis services, the latter in the agri-food and environmental sector. They offer comprehensive services to companies, organizations and individuals.
Smart City Cluster: an alliance of private companies and institutions working for the development of smart cities, understood as efficient, sustainable and comfortable for those who live in them. Moreover, they connect the city (challenges) with the business and knowledge fabric (solutions) using a model of cooperation between its associated entities: private companies, universities, technology parks and sectoral organizations.
IN&AR Infraestructure Engineering SL: a company specializing in the infrastructure sector, which has been supporting its client companies in the processes of business opportunity management, project and investment structuring and financing. From initial management to final construction.
Consultoría de Sistemas y Red, SL: Systems and Network Consulting. Provider of digitisation and sustainability services.
Bionand-Ibima: This center brings together chemistry, biology, physics, materials science and engineering to study new scientific approaches at the service of health. This multidisciplinary approach makes it a benchmark for the study of nanomedicine and is attractive to private initiative, which sees great possibilities for the generation of knowledge in the field of R+D+i.
Métrica6 Ingeniería y Desarrollo SL: R+D+i company specializing in product development engineering and strategic innovation consultancy. They keep abreast of new technologies, markets and tools to provide an appropriate solution at all times, with maximum profitability.
The eCityMálaga project aims to turn Málaga TechPark into the first sustainable urban space with an efficient, 100% renewable and digital circular city model of the future.
Málaga TechPark will respond to the challenges posed by the Sustainable Development Goals, making this leading space in technological innovation also a benchmark in sustainability by 2027, and anticipating by more than two decades the climate and energy objectives established by the United Nations for the year 2050.
To make the eCityMálaga project happen, numerous companies and entities from the park have joined the project, within an open ecosystem of public-private collaboration, promoted by Endesa, Málaga TechPark and Málaga City Council.