Technology

US$ 36 billion investment for digitization of Mexican companies
A company's digitization goes far beyond software and machines. It is a transformation that might increase any firm's productivity and efficiency and Mexico has taken big leaps int this regard in sectors such as the automotive. And for this reason, investment of up to US$ 36 billion is expected for ...
A3 launches trade association in Mexico to support robotics and automation industry
The Association for Advancing Automation (A3) has announced the launch of A3 Mexico, which will represent and promote the robotics and automation industry in Mexico. In 2015, industry-wide sales of robots in Mexico almost tripled to 6,320 units, exceeding US$243 million. A3 looks to embrace the coun...
ABB and IBM signed a technological agreement association
ABB—a Switzerland-based firm of technology solutions for the industry— has signed a collaboration agreement with IBM —a North American technology firm—, in an effort to increase their presence in digital technology with industrial applications. With this agreement, ABB will combine its offer...
Acherbis is building new headquarter in Coahuila
Acherbis Automation and Technology is investing about US$3 million in an Industrial Building in the Municipality of Ramos Arizpe, Coahuila, to serve the Automotive Sector in the State (stamping, die-cutting, machining and plastics injection), with 80 new jobs created and prospects of expanding into ...
Actinver launches first investment fund for Artificial Intelligence projects in Mexico
Actinver, a financial services company headquartered in Mexico, launched the first investment funds what will be dedicated to technology in the country, part of which will be for Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the other for investing in companies with disruptive technologies. In this regard, the ...
Aeronautic industry in Guanajuato attracts new sectors
The aeronautic industry is beginning to look at Guanajuato, after the arrival of Optimen in Mexico, the first company dedicated to the development, implementation and technical support regarding software for this sector. This company has an engineer training center specialized in development of aero...
Aerospace Center starts construction in ITH
The construction works for the Regional Center of Research, Development Technological and Innovation for the Aerospace Sector (CIDTISA) started with the symbolic first stone laid.  It is going to stand in grounds of the National Institute of Technology in Mexico, Campus Technological Institute of H...
Alliance to drive the "Industry 4.0" digitization in the automotive and aerospace sectors
The implementation of the digitization in the “Industry 4.0” shall benefit the economic and technological development, in addition to facilitate the industrial production in an environmentally sustainable, integral framework, raising productivity by 20%. “Industry 4.0” is being applied now i...
Audi delays technology endeavours to cut costs
Due to heavy financial losses Volkswagen Group is facing because of emissions scandal known as the "Dieselgate", Audi will delay its technology endeavours to cut costs, company officials told Reuters in recent days.  It's not clear yet how this measure will impact Audi's plans for its new Mexica...
Automation creates jobs in Mexico, but it also reduces wages, new study suggests
Automation in the manufacturing sector is more likely to create new jobs in Mexico than increase unemployment, however, the trend will lead to a decline in wages even when other countries have experienced the opposite effect, according to a new report by the United Nations Conference on Trade and De...
AWL-Techniek to bring its automated welding expertise to Queretaro
Automated welding system integrator AWL-Techniek is ready to bring its expertise into Querétaro de Arteaga, Mexico, which will be accomplished before the end of this year, the Netherlands-based company announced in a press release. With this step, the company is responding to the movement of the a...
Brain Game Central incubates foreign telecom companies to enter the Mexican Market
Nancy J. Gonzalez / MexicoNow The telecommunications and Information Technologies are complex and growing industries in Mexico. After more than 2 decades working with big companies such as Samsung, Ingrid Motta Miranda decided to move forward and start her own company. Four years ago, Brain Game C...
Broadcom offers US$130 billion for Qualcomm
Broadcom recently offered US$130 billion for Qualcomm, thus starting an ambitious attempt to complete the largest acquisition yet in the history of the technology sector, establishing an agreement that will potentially revolutionize the electronic industry. Qualcomm's purchase would turn Broadcom in...
Carrier to start operations in Nuevo Leon in March: authorities
Authorities from Nuevo Leon are confident that Carrier Corporation will start operations in the Municipality of Santa Catarina as of March 2017, since there are workers who have been already hired and the plant is complete, despite the issued announcement of not relocating its Indiana production to ...
CIATEC, helping to build an avant-garde Guanajuato
The construction of the Bajio Technological Development Innovation Complex started today, when the first stone was set. Bio-turbosine production will be developed in Guanajuato, as the emblem project of the Center of Applied Innovation for Competitive Technologies (CIATEC), with its Director, Doctor...
Clisa bets on software and technology start ups
Grupo Industrial Clisa is now venturing into one of the fastest-growing segments in Mexico, through direct investment on start ups focused on technological solutions and software applications for retail and logistics firms. The intention behind the newly created retail, logistic and fin tech start u...
Creative industries making way in Queretaro
Economy in Queretaro goes far beyond hardware, metal, plastic components and is now making way into the sector known as creative industries, such as design, software development and animation. These disciplines have a transverse impact on different industries and might influence positively their dev...
Delphi partners with Mobileye to develop autonomous car
Delphi Automotive and Mobileye, already suppliers of autonomous car technology, will collaborate on a broader system that should enable vehicles to achieve full, or Level 4, autonomy by 2019, according to a joint press release. Mobileye is the Israeli-based developer of computer vision systems, map...
Drone company starts operations in Yucatan
RHO Group, a manufacturer of research drones for applications in the oil industry for exploration and agriculture tasks, will start operations in May in Yucatan, starting their expansion process in Latin America. Luis Alberto Muñoz Ubando, President of the National Chamber of the Electronic, Inform...
Drones firm to expand operations in Yucatan
RHO Group from the US, specialized in manufacturing research drones for the oil industry, as well as computer applications for recognition and agriculture tasks, is planning to increase its exports from Yucatan to Latin America, through a US$500,000 investment.  This factory, located in the Euristi...

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