The second day of CETDi focuses on the economy, cybersecurity, electric vehicles and artificial intelligence

  • Four companies and organisations presented their success stories in the field of Digital Transformation

The second day of the Spanish Digital Transformation Congress, CETDi, organised by the Digital Eye Observatory of the University of Málaga and Málaga TechPark, has highlighted the keys to resetting the economy and society in a dialogue moderated by the Director of Investment Attraction of Málaga TechPark, Lourdes Cruz, with the intervention of the journalist and advisor at Atlas Tecnológico, Eugenio Mallol, and the economy editor at Diario Sur, Nuria Triguero.

During this session, the role of cybersecurity in the digital transition was also addressed in a talk moderated by the editor of the magazine SIC, Luis Fernández, with the Cyber Security Manager and Responsible of the Capgemini Málaga Cyber Security Center, Jesús Muñoz, the Security Engineer at Google, Gerardo Fernández; the Technical Advisor, Andalusia Cyber Security Centre, Enrique Rando; and the Associated Director of Accenture Security, Accenture, Enrique Rando; the Security Engineer at Google, Gerardo Fernández; the Technical Advisor, Andalusian Cybersecurity Centre of the Andalusian Digital Agency, Enrique Rando; and the Associated Director of Accenture Security and co-founder and vice-president of W4C Spain, Mar López.

After a short break, it was the turn of “Digital Transformation Success Stories.” Here, the CEO and Owner of Atlas Informática, Owner and COO of Giants Gaming, Virginia Calvo, presented the case “Esports. Much more than a children’s game.”

Next, the head of Network Design & Optimization Innovation at Business Area Cloud and Software Services of Ericsson, Juan Ramiro, presented “Optimization of mobile networks through AI and digital twins: The case of a leading global operator.” The third case, “Tacs4 One: How to capitalise on a competitive advantage by generating new business models,” was presented by Alejandro Torrecilla, CEO of DEKRA. Ángel Navarro, Director of Transformation Opplus Group, presented the fourth case: Transformation of E2E Operations Processes leveraged on a BPM.

Then, Alicia Triviño from the Innovative Power Laboratory of the UMA and deputy vice-rector of Enterprise spoke about “Electric vehicles in Smart Cities.” In addition, Víctor Manuel Solla, Director General of Innovation and Urban Digitalisation of Málaga City Council spoke about “Digital Transformation in Málaga City Council.”

The congress closed with the talk “Artificial Intelligence: Momentum, challenges and future,” by Toni de la Prieta, head of Accenture‘s Advanced Technology Centre.


About Digital Eye

The Digital Eye Observatory, launched jointly by Málaga TechPark and the University of Málaga through the Vice-Rectorate for Business, Territory and Digital Transformation, aims to help companies, organisations and institutions in the field of digital transformation. In this context, Digital Eye was created to integrate and concentrate efforts in this area, as well as carry out functions of dissemination, promotion, training, advice and technological innovation in this area, leading to better strategic positioning and decision-making by companies and institutions with implications in the sector.

The activities carried out by the Observatory focus on four main objectives:

  • To function as a meeting point to identify future trends, emerging technologies and their impact on the business fabric.
  • To act as a core generator of valuable information for technological development.
  • Act as a training point for continuous adaptation to the digital transition.
  • Actively promote cutting-edge ideas and projects for technological development.