MoTeBo develops solutions and consultancy in the areas of Wearable Technology and Internet of Things

The MoTeBo group has a presence in the center of the country and on the border with the United States. MoTeBo develops solutions and consultancy in the areas of Wearable Technology and Internet of Things. MoTeBo’s core competencies include: innovation, creativity, adaptability, commitment and teamwork. The MoTeBo group is specialized in the development of the following technologies: textile, optoelectronics and systems focused on providing solutions for Wearable Technology and Internet of Things. In the area of ​​intelligent textiles MoTeBo has developed solutions for the health, safety and automotive areas.

In the automotive area, MoTeBo developed a Wearable Technology solution consisting of an intelligent jacket in conjunction with a Continental group, claiming Continental’s 2016 Trend Antenna innovation award. Currently, MoTeBo continues to develop Wearable Technology and Internet of Things solutions for the health and safety areas

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About the Founders
Paulino Vacas-Jacques

The creation of MoTeBo arises when its founder, Paulino Vacas-Jacques, was working at the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and the Harvard Medical School. At MGH Paulino developed state-of-the-art optical tomography systems, which can only benefit a limited portion of the world’s population. At the same time, it collaborated with MIT’s Little Devices Lab developing state-of-the-art medical technology that was accessible to the vast majority of the world’s population. It is at MIT that Dr. Vacas-Jacques conceives the textile mother card to close the technology gap, in order to reach a large majority of people. After the development of the technological base, various developments in the area of ​​intelligent textiles arise using the textile motherboard. To date Dr. Vacas-Jacques has developed a variety of intelligent textiles in order to promote the areas of Wearable Technology and Internet of Things.

MoTeBo develops solutions and consultancy in the areas of Wearable Technology and Internet of Things

The MoTeBo group has a presence in the center of the country and on the border with the United States. MoTeBo develops solutions and consultancy in the areas of Wearable Technology and Internet of Things. MoTeBo’s core competencies include: innovation, creativity, adaptability, commitment and teamwork. The MoTeBo group is specialized in the development of the following technologies: textile, optoelectronics and systems focused on providing solutions for Wearable Technology and Internet of Things. In the area of ​​intelligent textiles MoTeBo has developed solutions for the health, safety and automotive areas.

In the automotive area, MoTeBo developed a Wearable Technology solution consisting of an intelligent jacket in conjunction with a Continental group, claiming Continental’s 2016 Trend Antenna innovation award. Currently, MoTeBo continues to develop Wearable Technology and Internet of Things solutions for the health and safety areas

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About the Founders
Paulino Vacas-Jacques

The creation of MoTeBo arises when its founder, Paulino Vacas-Jacques, was working at the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and the Harvard Medical School. At MGH Paulino developed state-of-the-art optical tomography systems, which can only benefit a limited portion of the world’s population. At the same time, it collaborated with MIT’s Little Devices Lab developing state-of-the-art medical technology that was accessible to the vast majority of the world’s population. It is at MIT that Dr. Vacas-Jacques conceives the textile mother card to close the technology gap, in order to reach a large majority of people. After the development of the technological base, various developments in the area of ​​intelligent textiles arise using the textile motherboard. To date Dr. Vacas-Jacques has developed a variety of intelligent textiles in order to promote the areas of Wearable Technology and Internet of Things.

Main innovation

Technological solutions in the areas of Wearable Technology and Internet of Things. As an example, a comprehensive security monitoring solution will be presented using smart textiles Wearable Technology and Internet of Things.

Main innovation

Technological solutions in the areas of Wearable Technology and Internet of Things. As an example, a comprehensive security monitoring solution will be presented using smart textiles Wearable Technology and Internet of Things.

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Main Social Impact

Regarding the Social Impact, there are three related aspects:

  • 1. Have the ability to better protect people in the area of, be it public or private security agents
  • 2. Have the possibility of monitoring violence events that may arise in different regions of the country where it uses technology
  • 3. To be able to implement the technology in a conventional garment manufacturing workshop

As for the Economic Impact, it will be reflected in the three areas of intelligent textiles. For the textile area, products have been developed that add a high economic value to a strategic industry in the country. That is, it is contemplated that the implementation of this type of products incite a new era of business opportunities in the textile industry. In the electronic area we have developed modules that are compatible with textiles. These types of developments are key to the areas of Wearable Technology and Internet of Things in smart textiles. Finally, the development of the platform is designed so that other developers of products from Wearable Technology and Internet of Things can connect their devices to the cloud.

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Initiative Supported By - Clúster 4.0

Main Social Impact

Regarding the Social Impact, there are three related aspects:

  • 1. Have the ability to better protect people in the area of, be it public or private security agents
  • 2. Have the possibility of monitoring violence events that may arise in different regions of the country where it uses technology
  • 3. To be able to implement the technology in a conventional garment manufacturing workshop

As for the Economic Impact, it will be reflected in the three areas of intelligent textiles. For the textile area, products have been developed that add a high economic value to a strategic industry in the country. That is, it is contemplated that the implementation of this type of products incite a new era of business opportunities in the textile industry. In the electronic area we have developed modules that are compatible with textiles. These types of developments are key to the areas of Wearable Technology and Internet of Things in smart textiles. Finally, the development of the platform is designed so that other developers of products from Wearable Technology and Internet of Things can connect their devices to the cloud.