In an interview with El País Regina Llopis, president of Grupo AIA talk about HELM

Regina Llopis, in an interview with El País, regarding AIA´s U.S. patented Holomorphic Embedding Load-flow Method (HELM)., talks about entrepreneurship differences between the U.S and Spain and about the technological perspectives in Spain.

Throughout the interview, Regina talks about Grupo AIA´s challenges in Big Data and data analytics and about her own experience as an example for young man and women of the need to grow, learn and be willing to live abroad and start a business.


Intelligent Agents Organization to Enhance Dependability and Survivability of Large Complex Critical Infrastructures.

This project involved the improvement of safety in electricity networks interconnecting with other networks.

The project was led by Queen Mary University (London), with the participation of another 4 partners.

The objective of Grupo AIA was to develop a survivability network model, analysing dynamic systems and to design automatic recovery mechanisms in the event of faults in the network. Some AGORA modules were used in the project.


The project was developed between 2001 and 2003.