• Madrid, Julio, 22th, 2010. IntelliGlass takes part on round table about Technology Research in sustainable building from Univertisty Company Congress organized in Salamanca.
  • Madrid, Julio, 7th, 2010. IntelliGlass imparts the presentation "Cerramientos Activos de Vidrio (Actives Building envelopes of glass)" in seminar about efficient energetic solutions in PromoMadrid auditorium.
  • Madrid, May, 22th, 2010. IntelliGlass takes part in Brokerage Event of GENERA 2010 fair.
  • Madrid, May, 4th, 2010. IntelliGlass presents their products in VETECO 2010 fair stand. They show for fisrt time an active wall curtain prototipe with triple glazing and launch the solar panel,  called "HeatGlass", to heat water.
  • Madrid, April, 19 th, 2010. " The idea was develop a intelligent glazing that will be able to avoid overheating inside building with glass envelope, so fashion in business districts . The solution was a windowwith water inside. Water can absorb infrared solar radiation witout limit the luminisity. They went to University for register the patent, but there they was encouraged to create a company. It was in 2007. News in El Pais (link)
  • Standford,Febrary,3th, 2011. 1:00 to 2:00 PM Y2E2, room 299 on the web at (please register in advance for the webinar option) Dr. Miguel Hermanns, Co-Founder of IntelliGlass and Assistant Professor in Aerospace Engineering at the Universidad Politecnica de Madrid.

    Intelliglass So cool! dramatically reducing building air-conditioning costs with an active facade

    All big cities in the World have large buildings with huge glass facades. They look good, but the massive use of glass introduces severe problems from overheating in countries with strong solar radiation like Spain, Italy, Greece, USA, Mexico, India, Dubai, China, etc. This problem is typically solved by using strong air conditioning systems, which consume a lot of energy, or by careful/sustainable design of the building. IntelliGlass has developed a new type of glazing that supports the sustainable design and construction of buildings. Its design resembles a conventional double glazing, but it incorporates a chamber with flowing water inside. The water blocks the infrared radiation from the sun, thus letting the light in, but not the heat. This results in savings of 70% and more in air-conditioning costs and improves thermal comfort in the building because of the climatization capabilities of the new glazing. The technology is now market-ready and has already been deployed in some pilot buildings. In the seminar a description of the technology will be given and the projects accomplished will be presented and discussed, showing the opportunities of the developed facade system and its potential for energy savings.

    Bio: Miguel Hermanns is a co-founder of Intelliglass and an Assistant Professor in Aerospace Engineering at the Universidad Politecnica de Madrid. He holds a MS in Aerospace Engineering from the Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, a MS in Experimental and Numerical Fluid Dynamics from the von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics, and a PhD in Fluid Mechanics and Numerical Methods from the Universidad Politecnica de
    Madrid. See  for further details. Information about IntelliGlass is available from: (Part 1) (Part 2).

  • Madrid, January, 12th, 2011. Community of Madrid is lider un company creation and take one of the four new company that creates in Spain. Indeed, 65% of all foreign investment that Spain receives -two of each three euros, have Community of Madrid as destination- like Advisor of Employ, woman and immigration Paloma Adrados has said during her visit to IntelliGlass. News in (link)
  • Madrid, January 2011. Advisor of Employ, woman and immigration Paloma Adrados has visited  IntelliGlas Headquarters of Ventorro del Cano. IntelliGlass has been elected as model company for Company creation program. News in El Economista (link),
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