FullCircle is our technology which is able to identify registered products as they pass in the belt of carrying waste at recycling centers and matches its origin all the way to the store where it was sold. Read more…
Machine Learning allow for the training of any product in the system. Big Data allows to the matching of its history to the information provided by the company. And Blockchain provides the credibility of the entire supply chain. Read more…
Tekntrash allows companies to have a full 360 degree vision of their product’s lifecycles. Its military grade ML optical recognition is able to identify products at disposal sites and match its origin all the way to the store where it was sold. Read more…
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Sold his first company to a NASDAQ-listed one. Author of 5 books. Over 20 years experience in business development in several countries. BA in Biology from Saint Leo University and a Master in Computer Engineering from University of South Florida.
Vast experience in management of complex IT and Mechanical Engineering projects in leading companies such as BBVA Bank. Master in Project Management at the University Camilo Jose Cela and the School EAE in Madrid, Spain.
José Ignacio Soria
Held sales management positions at leading companies such as Predictiva, Dialoga, etc. BA in Telecommunications at «Universidad Politécnica de Madrid», Spain.
More than 20 years of experience as CIO and Portfolio/Program Manager. Master in Big Data Management, Technologies and Analytics at the «Universidad Politècnica de Catalunya», Spain, having worked in leading companies such as «Banco Sabadell».
IT Security Officer
More than 25 years of experience as Consultant, Technical Project Managment & training in Windows/Linux Infrastructures and the lastest five years in Cybersecurity area. Master in Cybersecurity at the «Universitat de Barcelona», Spain. Held leading IT positions at companies such as T-Systems, F.C. Barcelona and Banc Sabadell.
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