Thursday, 15 November 2018 (Morning)

8.30 - 9.00 Registration

9.00 – 9.30 Welcome

Aitor Cobanera, Innovation and Technology Director, SPRI

Fernando Quero, Market Director, Tecnalia

Juan Otegi, Communication, Marketing and Market Director, IK4

  • 9.30 – 10.00 Introduction

“It’s the end of the world as we know it”

Eliana Benjumeda


Analysis of the Technology Surveillance Strategy in R&D Centres to obtain a constructive framework proposal.

Borja López Lázaro

Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)

  • 10.00 – 10.45
  • Collaborative / Network Intelligence

A smart network system in the biopharmaceutical sector in Cuba

Gema Cossio Cardenas, David Roque Molina, Ricardo Arencibia Jorge


Technology Surveillance Network for the Engineering Faculty in Chile

Sergio Cerda González

Talca University, Chile

The importance of OBSERVATION in the Development of INNOVATIVE CAPACITY

Rikardo Lamadrid Intxaurraga

Department of Education, Basque Government

10.45 – 11.15 Coffee break

  • 11.15 – 12.00
  • Territorial Intelligence

VTCAN - Canary Island Network of Technology Surveillance and Competitive Intelligence

Manuel Sánchez Rodríguez

Government of the Canary Islands

The relationship between competitive intelligence and trade fairs

Javier de Ramón

The Open University of Catalonia (UOC)

The Surveillance and Foresight System around the Andalusian Housing and Rehabilitation Agency

Francisco Campuzano Izquierdo

Regional Government of Andalusia

  • 12.00 – 13.30
  • Surveillance Using Patents

The patent and the iceberg, what is seen and what is not

Sergio Larreina

ISERN Patents and Trademarks, Madrid

Patents beyond systematic watch

Ismael Igartua


Patents as a source of information applied to 3D printing

Ana García Lorenzo


Rapid detection of strategic patterns by analysing thousands of patents

Jose M. Vicente Gomila

Valencia University

Technology surveillance with patents at your fingertips

Carmen Toledo

OEPM – Spanish Patent and Trademark Office, Madrid

13.45 – 15.00 Lunch

Thursday, 15 November 2018 (Afternoon)

  • 15.00 - 17.30
  • Experiences of Technology Surveillance/Competitive Intelligence in Latin America

Argentina's experience with Technology Surveillance and Competitive Intelligence


The VINTEC National Programme, Argentina

Implementation of the Technology and Intelligence Surveillance Unit CITEagroindustrial Case Study

Guadalupe Silva Campusmana (Responsable de Unidad de VT), Juan Carlos Zamora (Jefe de CITEagroindustrial Ica)

CITEagroindustrial Ica, Perú

Implementing Technology Surveillance at the University of La Frontera (UFRO), an experience in the south of the world

Sergio Bastian Sandoval Opazo, Fabiola Nayaret Vásquez Miranda

University of La Frontera (UFRO)

Experience in Tucuman Argentina: Creation and development of the UTN - FRT Technology Observatory

Rosana Hadad Salomon, Mariana Carolina Dorigatti, María Celeste Quiroga Hamoud, Walter Fabián Soria, Choma Patrica Evangelina

Regional Tucumán Faculty (UTN-FRT), Argentina


Technology Observatory of the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru: The experience from its conception to its use as a web tool for technology transfer

Lizeth López Portal, Fiorella Margorie Espinoza Vasquez

Pontifical Catholic University of Peru

Experience of the National Cancer Institute in Health Technology Surveillance

Maria Fernanda Ariza Palacios

National Cancer Institute of Colombia

Experience of the “Technology Surveillance and Competitive Intelligence Unit of the Library Division”, National University of Colombia, Medellin Headquarters: Surveillance products: Analysis of business models for Start-ups and transfer

Angela María Benítez Góez, Paola Andrea Restrepo Mazo

National University of Colombia

Technology surveillance as a contribution to the development of the network of Labour Observatories in Chile, a case study of the La Araucanía region.

Ismael Simón Toloza Bravo, Jorge Petit-Breuilh Sepulveda

Labour Observatory of La Araucanía, Chile

18.30 - 20.00 Guided tour of the Guggenheim, Bilbao


Friday, 16 November 2018 (Morning)

  • 9.00 – 9.20
  • Introduction


Iñaki Liebana y Leire Aranaetxebarria


    • 9.20 – 11.30

Moderator Joseba Mariezkurrena Cuesta, Director of Organization and Innovation of BEAZ

Innovation dynamics based on a competitive intelligence system

Daniel de los Toyos

EIKA S.Coop.

Follow your rules, listen to your data: Ferroatlantica I+D Technology Watch System. From Scanner to Industry 4.0



Acciona Energy: Implementation of a Proactive Technology Watch System

María Ángeles Medrano

Acciona Energy

Grupo Alimentario Citrus (GAC): Competitive intelligence at the service of business strategy

Cristina Puchades - Miguel Angel Benavent

Grupo Alimentario Citrus (GAC), Valencia

Gamesa Gearbox: Diversification of the business supported by the Commercial Intelligence Function

Sonia García Hinojosa

Gamesa Gearbox

11.30 – 12.00 Coffee break

  • 12.00 - 13.00
  • Tools

Economic and Competitive Intelligence through Business Networks

Carles Ortola, Alberto Rezola

ICARIA Networks

Int3lligence: Searches and alerts beyond Google

Iker Barrena


TARAPACA INTELLIGENCE, a competitive intelligence and technology surveillance platform for decentralisation and regional development in Chile.

Alexis Alvear Leyton, Christian Arce Ramos, Alonso Molina Núñez

Mathematics Faculty Pontifical Catholic University of Chile

Tech-Mining Applications. From science to product

Rosa Maria Río-Belver

UPV/EHU, University of the Basque Country

  • 13.00 - 14.00
  • Trends

How to extract insights from large amounts of text: case study on informal conversations

Alessandro Comai

Miniera, Barcelona

Intelligence: origin, evolution and trends

José Ricardo López Robles

UPV/EHU, University of the Basque Country

New standard UNE 166006: 2018: evolution and future of Surveillance and Intelligence Systems

Gerardo Malvido

AENOR, Madrid

Big Data Analytics system for content validation based on interest graphs for distributed intelligence

Raúl Hussein Galindo, Francisco Ricau González

ITI- Technological Institute of Computer Science, Valencia

14.00 - 14.30 CLOSURE

14.30 LUNCH