A company from León, the only Spanish factory recognized by The New York Times in its ‘The 2020 Good Tech Awards’

The company from León is in luck despite difficult times.

Tecnosylva, factory located in the León Technology Park, has focused the view of the prestigious headline The New York Times.

So much so, that the brand led by Joaquín Ramírez is the only Spanish company worthy of being recognized in the ‘The 2020 Good Tech Awards‘, a list that includes the best in the technology sector worldwide.

The why of success

As announced by leoneoticias in September 2019, Tecnosylva has positioned itself in the sector as a symbol of technological development and an example of how a global world has no borders, being a benchmark in the fight against fire through technological developments.

With the root attached to the Technological Park of León capital, this company from León has been conquering ground in the United States and has done so by taking advantage of the ‘umbilical cord’ that connects León capital with the University of Washington.

Through this thread, Tecnosylva has made the leap to North America imposing its revolutionary systems until obtaining recognition from the state of California.

In this way Tecnosylva from Leon won a contract in California to predict the advance of forest fires, which has earned her success and entered the prestigious list prepared by the American newspaper.


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