About us

Since the start of the digital revolution, traditional companies have been faced with the challenge of abandoning their well-known methodologies and introducing new ones, both technical and organizational. In the Industry 4.0 Era connectivity takes on a whole new dimension and a previously unimagined flow of information is generated. Therefore new development approaches become inevitable. Here in Gran Canaria we want to show how our idea of a sustainable future could look like: smart, green, innovative.

More information
Check our activities

Smart, green, innovative

With digital technologies and a closed energy loop, we can shape a perfect world model here in Gran Canaria. For us, the combination of motivated and technophile students and excelling climate conditions are the perfect base for visionary projects in a Silicon Valley sense.

Check our activities


Dr. Stetter ITQ is a company focused on innovation, serving as a laboratory of new ideas. Our main goal is researching on promising topics such as Smart Homes, Green Energy and Autonomous Driving. Also, we are especially concerned about education, which is the reason why we put so much effort in organizing events and workshops for both local and international students.

It’s essential for us to train people for the upcoming digital revolution.


“Smart Green Island” Makeathon 2019

During our  4th “Smart Green IslandMakeathon 2019, 270 young talents from 70 universities and 21 countries had the
opportunity to develop
innovative smart and green solutions!



1503, 2018

Successful premiere of the IoT Makeathon Salamanca

With great enthusiasm, the premiere of the IoT-Makeathon (10.-11.03.2018) in Salamanca came to a successful conclusion. In the I + D + i building of the University of Salamanca, a total of 29 students from the Universities of Salamanca and Valladolid were [...]

203, 2018

“Smart and Green” in the future

The third international Makeathon “Smart Green Island” in Gran Canaria has also been a success with enthusiasm from the participants. More than 220  participants including 167 students from 39 universities from 7 different countries were able to share their experiences and ideas during [...]

Load More Posts