Mallorca Tech Newsletter – Issue #101
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▸ The healthtech startup Meyo has closed an investment round of 600,000 euros.
▸ Govern has launched an application that aimed at patients with COVID-19 to assess their symptoms and receive instructions and recommendations, and for health authorities to collect clinical data. The ‘app’ is called Clinicovery and it is now available for download and has been developed by the Apploading company.
▸ It seems that the Government’s budget for this year will undergo important changes due to the crisis derived from COVID-19. One of the measures that would be affected is the expansion of the metro line that had to modify its route to add stops at Parc Bit and Son Espases.
▸ The university community has made six 3D printers available to hospital centers that belong to research groups from the UIB and IMEDEA. Professors and students have joined this initiative, offering their private printers to help hospitals.
▸ The shoe making company Camper is manufacturing facial protective screens for healthcare workers in its facilities with their 3D printers. In addition, they are awaiting final authorization to begin the production of “special parts” for respirators and have made iPads from their stores available to local hospitals so that patients can communicate with their families.
▸ Perfume’s Club has donated hydroalcoholic gels worth 100,000 euros to support the work of health services and distributors. The company has also reported business figures in recent weeks that double the past year’s, with daily sales of over 200,000 euros on many occasions.
▸ The technology company APSL has adapted Botibot, its artificial intelligence framework to create chatbots, which they offer to any institution that needs to automate the answering of questions from citizens.
▸ Interviews with Daniel Alzina, CEO and co-founder of Hotelinking, and Xavier Pallicer, CEO and co-founder of GuestPro, where they talk about how the current situation is affecting the tourism industry and possible solutions for the future.
▸ Cómo unir la tecnología a una visión de comunidad, a talk by Antoni Aloy, CEO and co-founder of APSL, at AI Saturdays Mallorca.
▸ 01/05 – Nuevo paradigma de gestión: Teal y Procesos ágiles en la práctica Legal. Online meetup of the Agile & Lean Baleares group.
▸ 04/05 – Free web development course. 80 hours duration. Online.
▸ Senior Frontend Developer – Habitissimo
▸ Senior Frontend Software Engineer – trivago
▸ Senior Backend Developer – Playspace
▸ Junior Analyst BI – Playspace
▸ Senior Network Engineer – OmniAccess
▸ React Native Developer – Lightstreams
▸ La personalización en las creatividades de display y social (Rubén Vinagre, Programmatic Display Specialist en Barceló)
▸ Siempre se aprende algo nuevo (Verónica Rosselló, Responsable de Comunicación en TravelgateX)
▸ ¿Qué estrategias funcionan para aumentar el tráfico de la web de tu hotel? (hotelinking.com)
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