BDigital Awards for Digital Innovation
The purpose of the BDigital Awards for Digital Innovation is fostering innovative projects with a clear technological application, based upon results generated at companies, technological centres and universities. Also could be presented innovative products and services, developed or under development, designed for for encouraging the society of information and the digital world.
- Projects of small companies and entrepreneurs.
- Projects of medium-sized and large companies.
- Projects of public administrations, universities and institutions.
- Ludium’s project from Ludium Lab S.L - small companies and entrepreneurs : Ludium is a mobile cloud gaming service that allows users to play PC video games on smartphones and tablets. The games run on cloud computers distributed on the Internet that are managed so their resources can be used while you interact with them on mobile devices. This is all transparent for the user, as you really feel like the games are running on your mobile phone when in reality they are running on remote computers. This means that you can now play the original PC version of a game on your mobile phone or tablet, whereas you could not before.
- Thinking Things’s project from Telefónica Digital: Thinking Things is a simple solution in the development phase that connects almost any device wirelessly to the Internet. The concept allows users to purchase physical objects online. This could radically change our world through 'smart' connectivity to very low prices, which would provide opportunities for innovation and economic growth. This product will greatly promote the development of M2M communication and will help to create an Internet of physical objects. With 'Thinking Things', tasks like thermostat control, the surveillance of goods or cargo tracking with a mobile phone are now feasible at affordable prices.
- e-PAM Programa d'Actuació Municipal’s project from Mataró City Council: e-PAM is an electronic panel aimed at citizens to graphically monitor government action and the fulfilment of electoral pledges at different levels of detail via a website that is easy to use and understand.
In the current context of economic restrictions, e-PAM is an exercise in transparency that offers citizens information on how available resources are invested and allows users to communicate with those responsible for managing them.