Madrid, Spain
Madrid, Spain

Time filter

Source Type

News Article | February 22, 2017
Site: www.prnewswire.co.uk

Jiménez-Tuñón aporta 15 años liderazgo y experiencia operativa en la Industria de Telecomunicaciones y se centrará en dar soporte a la aceleración del Plan de ventas a nivel mundial NEW YORK, 22 de febrero de 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Pareteum Corporation (NYSE MKT: TEUM) ("Pareteum" o la "Compañía"), un proveedor internacional líder en servicios, plataformas digitales y software de redes móviles y de telecomunicaciones con sede en Nueva York (Estados Unidos), ha anunciado hoy el nombramiento de Luis Jiménez-Tuñón al Consejo de Administración de la Compañía, como Consejero Independiente, y con fecha de efectividad 1 de Marzo de 2017. Jiménez-Tuñón es un líder industrial reconocido, y ha sido el Director General de Vodafone Enabler España S.L. ("Vodafone Enabler") desde Julio de 2011 hasta Diciembre de 2016.  Además de su rol en Vodafone Enabler, durante su más de una década en Vodafone, Jiménez-Tuñón ha desempeñado varios cargos de liderazgo en Vodafone España, donde fue pieza clave del lanzamiento y desarrollo de negocio de Operadores Móviles Virtuales (OMVs) del Grupo, y de los negocios de Plataformas de Enabling, Roaming mayorista, Carriers interacionales y Banda ancha fija mayorista. "No hay duda de que Luis es un reconocido y exitoso líder de esta industria que aporta un conocimiento diferencial, y una experiencia y red de contactos global que contribuirá enormemente a los planes de crecimiento de nuestra compañía. Nos sentimos especialmente orgullosos de que Luis, que ha trabajado con nuestra plataforma en Vodafone, uno de nuestros socios más valiosos, haya accedido a unirse a nosotros y nos ayude a construir lo que será una de las compañías de servicios móviles y mensajería más exitosas del mundo", dijo Hal Turner, Presidente Ejecutivo de Pareteum. "Estoy ilusionado de unirme al Consejo de Administración de Pareteum, tras haber sido testigo en primera persona del potencial de disrupción y de transformación digital que la tecnología de la Compañía puede tener en la industria de las comunicaciones móviles y los servicios en la nube, siendo una parte esencial en el éxito de MVNOs como Lebara o Lowi, el operador low-cost digital de Vodafone, que continúan ganado clientes.  Estoy deseando ayudar a Pareteum a capitalizar el excelente 'momentum' alrededor de su plataforma de movilidad para la nube, aplicaciones avanzadas de mensajería y seguridad, y su contribución al desarrollo del "Internet de las Cosas", y tengo absoluta confianza en que Hal y todo su equipo están construyendo una compañía que está posicionada para materializar todo su enorme potencial de crecimiento", añadió Jiménez-Tuñón. Jiménez-Tuñón es actualmente Consejero Delegado y fundador de Red Queen Ventures S.L. (www.redqueen-ventures.com) una compañía global de inversión y consultoría estratégica y de gestión empresarial enfocada en sectores con alto componente tecnológico, y en las áreas de telecomunicaciones, transformación digital OMVs, Enablers, satélite y aeroespacial. Como Director de Vodafone Enabler, lideró el innovador modelo de negocio de esta compañía y al lanzamiento operativo de Lowi, que fue galardonado como mejor MVNO en España en 2015 y 2016. Desde 2011, y bajo su liderazgo, Vodafone Enabler disparó sus ingresos y rendimiento operativo, e internacionalizó sus servicios a otros países y a escala global. Previamente, Jiménez-Tuñón desempeño varios cargos ejecutivos en Vodafone España, incluyendo el de Vicepresidente Senior y jefe de los negocios mayoristas, donde desarrolló y gestionó cifras de negocio y beneficio de varios cientos de millones de euros anuales. Luis comenzó su carrera en la industria de las comunicaciones por satélite en 2002, como ingeniero de investigación en el Instituto Espacial Nacional de Dinamarca, y desempeñando varios cargos hasta convertirse en Director Comercial Adjunto de INSA (hoy, ISDEFE), la compañía líder por número de empleados del sector aeroespacial español a cargo de las estaciones de seguimiento satelital de la NASA y de la ESA.  Luis ha recibido varios premios profesionales y académicos a nivel internacional y nacional. Obtuvo un Executive MBA de EOI Business School, un Master de posgrado en comunicaciones satelitales por la Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, y es Ingeniero Superior de Telecomunicaciones por la Universidad de Zaragoza y en colaboración con la Universidad Técnica de Dinamarca (DTU).  Luis también ha completado el Programa de Dirección General (SEP) de la Escuela de negocios de la Universidad de Stanford, en Palo Alto, California (EEUU), de la que es Alumni vitalicio. Junto a su carrera ejecutiva, Luis ha dado charlas en conferencias internacionales y cuenta con varios artículos en publicaciones internacionales. Sobre Pareteum Corporation: Pareteum Corporation y sus subsidiarias proporcionan un Plataforma completa de servicios de movilidad en la nube (Mobile Cloud), utilizando tecnologías de mensajería y seguridad avanzadas, para mercados globales de comunicaciones Móviles, OMVs, empresas e IoT (Internet of Things) . Entre sus clientes Operadores de Red (MNOs) destacan Vodafone, el segundo operador móvil mundial por número de clientes; Zain, el cuarto mayor operador móvil del mundo en términos de presencia geográfica; y otros operadores Tier-1; Pareteum también da servicio a MVNOs como Lebara y Lowi, y cuenta con partners como Cleartech y Expeto. Para más información, por favor visite www.pareteum.com


Jimenez-Tuñon Brings Over 15 Years of Senior Telecom Industry Leadership and Operational Expertise with a Focus on Supporting the Acceleration of Pareteum Global Sales Program NEW YORK, Feb. 22, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Pareteum Corporation (NYSE MKT: TEUM) ("Pareteum" or the "Company"), a leading international provider of mobile networking software and services, today announced that its Nomination Committee has appointed Mr. Luis Jimenez-Tuñon to the Board of Directors effective March, 1, 2017. Mr. Jimenez-Tuñon is a distinguished mobile telecommunications industry leader, having served as CEO of Pareteum's largest customer, Vodafone Enabler Spain S.L. ("Vodafone Enabler") from July 2011 to December 2016. In addition to his role at Vodafone Enabler, during a decade at Vodafone, Mr. Jimenez-Tuñon has also held leadership positions at Vodafone Spain where he was responsible for business development and strategy of the group's Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNOs), enablers, roaming services, international carriers and wholesale fixed broadband business lines. "There can be no doubt that Luis is an accomplished industry leader and executive who brings with him invaluable insights, expertise and a global network of relationships that will contribute greatly to our corporate growth plans. We are especially honored that Luis, an early advocate of our platform business and over the past 5 years, one of our most valued partners within Vodafone, has agreed to join us and help build what we believe will be one of the preeminent mobile services and messaging companies in the world," said Hal Turner, Executive Chairman of Pareteum. "I am excited to be joining Pareteum Board of Directors, having witnessed first-hand the disruptive and transformational impact the Company's technology can have on mobile communications as evidenced by its central role in enabling multiple MNVOs such as Lebara and the launch of Lowi, Vodafone's digital low-cost mobile brand, which continues to earn industry accolades. I look forward to helping the team capitalize on the momentum building behind the Company's mobility cloud platform and its support for the Internet of Things and advanced messaging applications and I have confidence that Hal and his team are building a company that is well positioned to capitalize on the vast potential ahead of it," added Mr. Jimenez-Tuñon. Mr. Jimenez-Tuñon is currently founder and CEO of Red Queen Ventures, S.L. (www.redqueen-ventures.com) a global high-tech advisory and Investment Company focused on technology, telecom, MVNO/E, satellite and aerospace. As Chief Executive of Vodafone Enabler, he pioneered the Company's innovative business model and powered the launch of Vodafone Spain's second brand Lowi.es which was awarded best Spanish MVNO in 2015 and 2016. Started in 2011, under his leadership, Vodafone enabler boosted its revenue, profit and operational performance, and achieved internationalization. Previously, Luis held several executive positions at Vodafone Spain, including Senior Vice President where he grew business to hundreds of millions of euros in yearly revenue. Luis began his career in the satellite industry in 2002 holding various positions including Research engineer at the National Space Institute of Denmark and later Deputy Commercial Director of INSA (today ISDEFE), Spain's leading satellite operations company managing NASA and ESA tracking stations. Luis has received several professional and academic awards at international and national levels. Luis earned an Executive MBA from EOI Business School, a Master's Degree in Satellite Communications from Polytechnic University of Madrid, and an MSc in Telecommunications Engineering from the University of Zaragoza in cooperation with the Technical University of Denmark. He also completed the Executive Management Program (SEP) from the Graduate School of business at Stanford University in California, of which he is lifetime alumni. Along with his executive career, Luis has been guest speaker at international business summits and has published several papers. About Pareteum Corporation: Pareteum Corporation and its subsidiaries provide a complete mobility cloud platform, utilizing messaging and security capabilities for the global Mobile, MVNO, Enterprise, Saas and IoT markets. Mobile Network Operator (MNO) customers include Vodafone, the world's second largest mobile operator by customer count, Zain, the 4th largest mobile operator in the world in terms of geographical presence and other Tier 1 operators, MVNO customers such as Lebara and Lowi, and partners including Cleartech and Expeto. For more information please visit: www.pareteum.com. Forward-Looking Statements: Certain statements contained herein constitute "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Such statements may include, without limitation, statements with respect to Pareteum's plans and objectives, projections, expectations and intentions. These forward-looking statements are based on current expectations, estimates and projections about Pareteum's industry, management's beliefs and certain assumptions made by management. Readers are cautioned that any such forward-looking statements are not guarantees of future performance and are subject to certain risks, uncertainties and assumptions that are difficult to predict. Because such statements involve risks and uncertainties, the actual results and performance of Pareteum may differ materially from the results expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements. Given these uncertainties, readers are cautioned not to place undue reliance on such forward-looking statements. Unless otherwise required by law, Pareteum also disclaims any obligation to update its view of any such risks or uncertainties or to announce publicly the result of any revisions to the forward-looking statements made here. Additional information concerning certain risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from those projected or suggested in Pareteum's filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, copies of which are available from the SEC or may be obtained upon request from Pareteum Corporation.


Del Castillo J.,INTA | Gomez B.,INTA | De Porras R.,INTA | Larranaga J.R.,INTA | And 2 more authors.
Proceedings of 10th European Conference on Synthetic Aperture Radar, EUSAR 2014 | Year: 2014

PAZ is the Spanish space based SAR system part of PNOTS program. PAZ instrument design is based on a new Xband Active Electronic Steering Antenna and recurrent platform and back-end electronics from TanDEM-X. In order to assure correct SAR system operation, CALVAL centre shall include instrument characterization/ calibration/verification capabilities mainly driven by engineering aspects inherited from precursors TerraSAR/ TanDEM-X. This paper summarizes PAZ instrument on-ground characterization and calibration results achieved in the frame of PAZ Ground segment CALVAL centre activities. Main results cover first on-ground antenna model validation, automatic TRM monitoring results, internal calibration analysis and a preliminary system performance budget update including latest characterisation results. © VDE VERLAG GMBH · Berlin · Offenbach, Germany.


Zuesongdham P.,Hamburg Port Authority AoR | Noce E.,D'Appolonia S.p.A. | Salaris M.V.,ISDEFE | Arche A.M.G.,ISDEFE | Antao P.,University of Lisbon
3rd International Symposium on Ship Operations, Management and Economics 2011 | Year: 2011

RAPORT (Risk Assessment for PORT) is a web-based platform provided as guidance tool for port operators and personnel dealing with safety issues; it is aimed at supporting risk assessment according to Formal Safety Assessment (FSA) as recommended by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) in the MSC/Circ.1023/MEPC/Circ.392. RAPORT aims to support operational parties in ports as well as regulatory bodies and community parties to agree upon accepted residual risks for port operations, and is a key result of the research project EFFORTS (EFFective Operations in poRTS) funded by the European Commission in the scope of the 6th Framework Programme. This paper describes RAPORT concept and provides a short description of the information available in its repositories as well as a demonstration of the application presented by a case study.


De Miguel E.,INTA | Prado E.,INTA | Prado E.,Spanish Institute of Oceanography | Estebanez M.,INTA | And 3 more authors.
European Space Agency, (Special Publication) ESA SP | Year: 2016

The INTA Remote Sensing Laboratory has implemented a tool for the direct geolocation of satellite images. The core of the tool is a C code based on the "Earth Observation Mission CFI SW" from ESA. The tool accepts different types of inputs for satellite attitude (euler angles, quaternions, default attitude models). Satellite position can be provided either in ECEF or ECI coordinates. The line of sight of each individual detector is imported from an external file or is generated by the tool from camera parameters. Global DEM ACE2 is used to define ground intersection of the LOS. The tool has been already tailored for georeferencing images from the forthcoming Spanish Earth Observation mission SEOS at/Ingenio, and for the camera APIS onboard the INTA cubesat OPTOS. The next step is to configure it for the geolocation of Sentinel 2 L1b images. The tool has been internally validated by different means. This validation shows that the tool is suitable for georeferencing images from high spatial resolution missions. As part of the validation efforts, a code for simulating orbital info for LEO missions using EO-CFI has been produced.


Fernandez Vazquez D.,ISDEFE | Pastor Acosta O.,ISDEFE | Spirito C.,Mitre Corporation | Brown S.,Mitre Corporation | Reid E.,Mitre Corporation
2012 4th International Conference on Cyber Conflict, CYCON 2012 - Proceedings | Year: 2012

Information and Communication Technologies are increasingly intertwined across the economies and societies of developed countries. Protecting these technologies from cyber-threats requires collaborative relationships for exchanging cyber defense data and an ability to establish trusted relationships. The fact that Communication and Information Systems (CIS) security is an international issue increases the complexity of these relationships. Cyber defense collaboration presents specific challenges since most entities would like to share cyber-related data but lack a successful model to do so. © 2012 CCD COE Publications.


Gonzalez-Guerrero M.,ISDEFE | Jimenez J.J.,CSIC - National Institute of Aerospace Technology | Hernando C.,CSIC - National Institute of Aerospace Technology | Alvarez M.,CSIC - National Institute of Aerospace Technology | Guerrero H.,CSIC - National Institute of Aerospace Technology
IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science | Year: 2013

A dosimeter for space applications is presented. It is based on the ionization damage affecting the TMP36 sensors when they are exposed to external radiation, which produces an increase of their output voltages. This work explains the configuration, sensing mechanism and working modes of this device and reports the results obtained in a gamma radiation test carried out in March 2012. The test results allow us to select the mode of operation that provides the highest response to the TID, as well as the most sensitive devices. The highest sensitivity is above 100 μV\rad. This dosimeter is part of The Two Towers radiation monitor that will fly on board of the SEOSAT-INGENIO satellite. © 1963-2012 IEEE.


De Porras Bernacer R.,INTA | Larranaga Sudupe J.R.,INTA | Del Castillo Mena J.,INTA | Cores Muradas J.F.,INTA | Gimeno Martinez N.,ISDEFE
Proceedings of 10th European Conference on Synthetic Aperture Radar, EUSAR 2014 | Year: 2014

The present paper describes the architecture, characteristics and first results of RBX, the new airborne SAR radar developed at INTA's facilities. RBX works in X-Band, having interferometric and polarimetric capabilities. Its measured ground resolution reaches the submetric range. The design of the system has taken into account several internal loops for calibration purposes, and its modular architecture allows easy upgrades of the radar. © VDE VERLAG GMBH · Berlin · Offenbach, Germany.


Agudo D.,ISDEFE | Sanchez A.,Rey Juan Carlos University | Velez J.F.,Rey Juan Carlos University | Belen Moreno A.,Rey Juan Carlos University
International Conference on Systems, Signals, and Image Processing | Year: 2016

This paper describes an implemented solution to automatically detect and recognize in real-time both speed limit warning signs and speed limit signs in railway travel videos recorded from the driver's cab. The lack of available high-quality videos to train this kind of systems and the involved complexity of the rail scenes, with non-controlled illumination conditions, make it challenging the considered problem. Our framework achieved interesting recognition results of around 95% for both signs types and digits recognition. © 2016 IEEE.


Sanchez M.M.,ISDEFE
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part F: Journal of Rail and Rapid Transit | Year: 2011

This article presents a research that was aimed at developing a better understanding of current threats and how to conduct risk assessments in public transport networks by following generic guidelines that can be adapted according to each organization's needs. The aim is to facilitate the task of identifying threats and conduct a vulnerability analysis to help decision makers to prioritize resources in a systematic manner and consequently increase resilience. This article also highlights the main benefits and constraints of performing risk assessments and how the results of risk assessments can be used as a solid foundation for a structured, analytically clear, and systematic approach to security planning for a public transport network. In addition to the summary of the above research, a questionnaire was distributed among three main operators in Europe to gain more insight about the current state of the art in risk assessments in public transport systems. Key aspects of the research can be found presented as Guidelines for Users in the accompanying papers by Barr and Luyten. © Authors 2011.

Loading ISDEFE collaborators
Loading ISDEFE collaborators