This July, PROCON SYSTEMS has launched a new data science project in collaboration with CERN.
The long-term goal is to have a fully operational product that significantly reduces the cost of maintenance interventions by optimizing the frequency of those interventions based on actual sensor data.
The European Southern Observatory (ESO) is the most important intergovernmental science and technology organization in astronomy in the Southern Hemisphere, in which Spain joined as a full member in 2007.
ESO carries out a program aimed at the design, construction and operation of powerful astronomical observation facilities, providing the necessary tools to uncover important scientific discoveries in space.
Procon Systems has been recognized by the Spanish Confederation of Small and Medium Enterprises (CEPYME) as one of the 500 leading Spanish companies in business growth.
CEPYME500 is the project that selects and promotes a group of 500 companies that lead business growth in recent years, as well as their ability to generate activity and employment, among other factors.