PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AND TERRITORIAL DEVELOPMENT ORGANISATIONS
More than 80% of Spanish municipalities are rural, occupy 72.8% of the country's total surface area and contribute 20% of its population.
In Spanish municipalities with 20,000 to 50,000 inhabitants, optical fibre barely reaches half of all households.
We apply innovative models in the development of territories, creating smart strategies and solutions that allow the integration of technologies to increase competitiveness and people’s capabilities.
CTIC supports technological innovation in Public Administrations and territorial development organisations, through proposals of strategic value, studies and accompanying actions and projects, always from a perspective of technological neutrality.
We act as Innovation Agent in the development of Smart Territories projects.
56.5% of university enrollees in Asturias are women. In degrees such as Computer Engineering in Information Technology, women only represent 17% of students.
In Spain, more than 400.000 jobs related to STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) competences/skills will be generated in the next 4 years.
Innovation from an early age is the lever to build a territory with people with innovative capacity.
CTIC Technology Centre designs and implements innovative educational projects using ICT, developing critical thinking and responsible consumption of Information and Communication Technologies.
The educational projects developed by CTIC in the educational field are of three types: promotion of scientific-technological vocations and STEAM skills, safe and responsible use of the Internet, as well as the didactic use of technology in the classroom.
The Technological Center for Information and Communication Foundation (CTIC) was established on December 5, 2003 as an organization of a private foundational nature, of a cultural, social and charitable-teaching nature, without profit motive.