SPI actively participates in actions and panels in order to anticipate the next major advances in the main technologies of Revolution 4.0

  • Cobots vs Covid-19

    We are starting the year with renewed hopes with the vaccination. Congratulations to all health professionals and scientists who have accomplished this incredible feat of developing multiple vaccine alternatives in record time.

  • Kickoff 2021

    On January 13, SPI held the 2021 kickoff meeting. This meeting is held annually to show the results of the previous year and what we hope for the future.
    This year, we held a hybrid event with part of the employees in person and part remote. In addition to the SPI team, we also have the […]

  • SPI at the Oi’s Innovation Space

    SPI, represented by Felipe Madeira, was at Oi’s Innovation Space – The Oito in Ipanema-RJ with Nokia, Omron and Wacom. The space was the stage to connect the public of Rio de Janeiro to CCXP19 in São Paulo, through virtual reality. The transmission was made through fiber optics and 5G technology. In addition, people could […]

  • Meeting with the future

    The future of connectivity is linked to the development of 5G. Accelerating the advancement of this technology is fundamental to propel the fourth industrial revolution in Brazil. The role of 5G in industry 4.0 was the theme of our director Elcio Brito’s lecture at the Meeting with the Future event promoted by the Federation of […]

  • Connected Industry

    At the invitation of Eletronor, SPI participated in the event of Connected Industry, held in Farroupilha/RS. Israel Cosmi and Camila Policarpo talked about maintenance-driven augmented reality in the Industry 4.0 era.

  • Health Innovation Summit

    SPI participated in the Health Innovation Summit promoted by Contento Communication in partnership with Sindusfarma on October 08 in São Paulo. The second edition of the event discussed how technology helps in the performance of health channels and the main news of the sector. Our director Elcio Brito was part of the panel “FARMA 4.0: […]

  • Brazil falls two points in the Global Innovation Index, but remains a promising market

    Marcos Barbosa, CEO of SPI, comments on Brazil’s position in the Global Innovation Index (GII) survey of World Intellectual Property Organization (GIPO), released in July 2019 with an article published by TI Inside. Check it out: https://tiinside.com.br/tiinside/08/10/2019/brasil-cai-dois-pontos-no-indice-global-de-inovacao-mas-segue-como–mercado-promissor/