Grupo Oesía contributes to the ABC Empresa forum: “Exploring the transforming power of Simulation Technology”.


On Monday, October 30, Carlos Pérez, simulation technology advisor of Tecnobit-Oesia Group, participated in the meeting held by ABC and Oesia Group to address the current situation of simulation.

During his speech, Carlos Pérez emphasized the great opportunities for improvement that this technology offers to sectors such as healthcare, defense and Industry 4.0. In addition, he explained that simulation is going through a key transformation moment due to the development of disciplines such as Artificial Intelligence, the growth of computing power and the increase in the degree of immersion (referring to Augmented and Virtual realities that are transforming the capabilities of the industry).

Also participating in the debate were Emilia Condés, specialist in Family and Community Medicine and vice-dean of Medicine at the European University; Enrique J. Gómez Aguilera, professor in the Department of Photonic Technology and Bioengineering at the Polytechnic University of Madrid and president of the Spanish Society of Biomedical Engineering; and Juan José Pérez Blanco, health lead at Sandoz.


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