ITCL Technology Centre | R&D | artificial intelligence | virtual reality | energy


The Technological Institute of Castilla y Leon, better known as ITCL,  is a private non-profit foundation.  It is accredited as a Technological Centre by the Ministry of Economy and Finance of Spain, according to the  R.D. 2093/2008, with the registration number 45.

Information Protection

While not every business has an appropriate cybersecurity system, cyberattacks have become one of the main issues for businesses all around the world

Safe and healthy food chain

As technology helps controlling infectious diseases in the agricultural and aquaculture sectors, applying these techniques can lead to a 100% control of the food chain

Smart transport

Improving transport safety and efficiency by facilitating control, management and efficiency is the objective of this growing sector: Smart Transport

Health technologies

The application of several technologies to the healthcare industry has become a reality. Among other applications, technology helps the early detection and treatment of diseases

Deep learning and Artificial Intelligence

Applying Artificial Intelligence helps reducing costs and improving productivity by bolstering both new productive methods and new work areas

Intelligent Manufacturing

The path towards Industry 4.0, and therefore to the improvement of production processes demands several changes and updates in the industrial companies’ approach to business


ITCL Technology Centre will be present at VRCAI 2019 in Australia

ITCL Technology Centre will be present at VRCAI 2019 in Australia

Carlos Alberto Catalina participates in the world’s largest congress dedicated to the world of virtual and augmented reality Industry experts from around the world will gather in November in Australia at VRCAI 2019. A congress to be held in the Australian city of...

Can serious games help shape behaviour?

Can serious games help shape behaviour?

Internet safety and bullying are concerning issues today with many people seeking solutions to deal with them. An EU-funded project investigates the effectiveness of one of these solutions – serious games – in supporting behavioural changes in young people. When it...


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