Technology for Development and Cooperation


TEDECO (Technology for Development and Cooperation) is a development cooperation group of the Technical University of Madrid (UPM), made up of professors and students from the Faculty of Computing of UPM and external collaborators.

As its name suggests, TEDECO is a specialized group in information and communication technologies (ICT), whose initial objective was to use new technologies to equip centers (mainly educational centers) in developing countries for the infrastructure necessary to be able to develop and improve their situation.

At present, its objective is much broader and if you are interested in our work or want to participate in the group activities, you can sign up for the group's email list, where you will find out about activities such as cooperation group, talks, related news and other topics of interest related to university cooperation development.

Projects


eHi-ICTT


EIT Health
eHi-ICTT - e-Health inclusion through ICT Training
Important parts of the population (seniors, migrants, minorities) are out of reach of efforts related to e-health facilities due to being digital illiterate. In this activity, we scale the effective, cheap and sustainable digital literacy training eHi-ICTT.
https://www.eithealth.eu/en_US/e-health-inclusion

TechPeopleCare


We take Care of People through Technology
We cover all phases of the learning process through audiovisual contents to relieve digital illiterate letting people to access new technologies (using PC, laptops, mobile phones, smart phones, tablets, ...)

Collaborators


UPM
Facultad de Informática
UPM
EIT Health
Alcaldía de Tecoluca
(El Salvador)
Ayuntamiento de Alcobendas
Ayuntamiento de Palma
El Corte Inglés
UNED