fundacion luzia

Artificial Intelligence (AI) Week

The LuzIA Foundation is an example of public-private collaboration whose objective is for Navarran society to achieve a degree of knowledge, development and implementation of Artificial Intelligence (AI) ecosystems equivalent to those achieved with renewable energies. Exkal has been part of its start-up since its inception, as part of its commitment to innovation and technological development.

The Minister of Education of the Government of Navarre, Carlos Gimeno, attended this Monday the presentation of the Artificial Intelligence Week, organized by the LuzIA Foundation and which the Liceo Monjardín center, in Pamplona, ​​hosts from today until the next 28 from January. This initiative will also be developed at the Zizur secondary school as well as at the El Molino and Torre Monreal special education centers (CEE), the latter in Tudela, in the first quarter of the year. Its promoters also hope that this experience will reach a dozen centers distributed throughout the Autonomous Community in the second quarter, and “as many as possible”, already from October.

Among other activities, this program includes an exhibition, training sessions of a technical, practical, ethical and programming nature, informative talks for parents, as well as training in Artificial Intelligence (AI) for trainers. The contents will be taught by industrial engineering students and workers from the companies that are part of LuzIA Foundation (Helphone, iAR, ARPA Abogados Consultores, EXKAL, das-Nano and veri-das).

We will continue to tell you about progress in this area of ​​growth and importance for us, and for the innovation ecosystem in Navarre.

Exkal, new CNTA member

EXKAL is part of the National Center for Food Safety and Technology (CNTA). We continue very focused on our goal of improving food display and preservation. Our contribution and unified technological development with CNTA will improve differential elements such as temperature, air speed, humidity, lighting or packaging.

We consider that innovation is a good way to find adequate solutions that respond to specific needs, respecting the environment, the idea of a globalized and interdependent world and ensuring a sustainable future.

Complementing it with research and knowledge is today a necessity, and this is what the CNTA can contribute to us.

National Center for Food Safety and Technology (CNTA)

is a private non-profit making association. Since 1981, the aim of this technological centre is to contribute towards improving the competitiveness and quality of the food sector.

Develop two types of activity:

● Capture of knowledge

● Technology transfer through:

  • R + D + i projects
  • Technological services
  • Training

CNTA has the vocation of:

● Be at the forefront

● Achieve technological excellence

● Orient their activities to obtain results

● Acquire a commitment to each partner and customer