CTAG, Automotive Technology Centre of Galicia, has actively participated in the State visit of Their Majesties the King and Queen of Spain this week to the Kingdom of Sweden. CTAG has been one of the Spanish organisations invited to this institutional trip, the objective of which has been to strengthen ties and bilateral relations between both countries.
One of the activities included in the agenda was a visit to KTH Royal Institute of Technology, with content oriented towards sustainable, intelligent and safe mobility of people and goods in a post-pandemic scenario. In this meeting, in which the monarchs of both countries and a Spanish delegation participated, with the presence of the Minister of Science and Innovation, Diana Morant, they listened to the lines of work focused on new mobility that are being developed, as well as the strengths that Spain has in the field of R&D and more specifically at CTAG.
Luis Moreno, General Director of CTAG, appreciated the opportunity to participate in this visit and explained to the authorities and guests the main strengths of the Technology Centre, committed to offering advanced technological solutions to the automotive sector that supports the industry in the modernization and adaptation to new technologies in its products and processes. Moreno highlighted the potential that CTAG brings to the development of innovations and large industrial projects being its main areas of competence Electric and Connected Vehicles, Autonomous Driving, Intelligent Transport Systems and Safety Systems, among others.