Aleksandro Montanha


Aleksandro Montanha has a PhD from the University of Seville, where he developed a system that guides visually impaired people when crossing streets signaled by traffic lights. This system has been recognized nationally and internationally and has been a finalist in international awards and recognitions such as the IOT World Congress, the Mapfre Foundation and Intel International Congresses.

He is currently Kotra’s Global Specialist Business in Brazil and the Official Partner of South Korea’s Global Digital Innovation Network in Brazil; He has served as chairman of national and international science and technology committees, associations and research groups; He is currently working on the tropicalization of South Korean solutions in Brazil, looking for local clients and partners. He is the author of the Korean Valley project, which aims to attract investments and companies from South Korea to the state of ParanĂ¡.