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Ana Olmeda new Chief Technology Officer at Vectio

Ana Olmeda, is  a Civil Engineer from the Polytechnic University of Madrid, she has more than fifteen years of professional experience in the field of transport and mobility consultancy.

Ana began her career at Ineco, where she specialised in the field of transport modelling and simulation, developing strategic planning projects at regional, national and international level. Firmly convinced that the world of transport cannot be understood without the application of innovation and new technologies, in recent years she has focused her career on new challenges, participating in Smart Cities projects, new data sources, data science applied to transport, Mobility as a Service etc.

As Chief Technology Officer of Vectio, Ana will lead the new area of Digitalisation and Big Data, promoting the digital transformation of the company through the application of new technologies in the transport sector.

We are sure that Ana’s presence at Vectio will add value to every job. Our goal is always to obtain the best results, thus guaranteeing the success of our clients’ projects.


About Vectio: 

At Vectio we are focused on the effective planning of sustainable mobility, we are experts in this field. Throughout our ten years of life we ​​have always maintained an innovative vocation, betting on the technological means most demanded by our clients. We firmly believe that, after more than 500 successful projects, what differentiates us from any other company in the sector is the use of the best technology for the collection and analysis of traffic and mobility.

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