Engineering: leader della Digital Transformation
A necessary transformation to address global challenges
Goal 11 of the United Nations' 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development is "Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient, and sustainable." It is a new balance to achieve by leveraging digital tools and sharing common needs, even for smaller realities (Smart Lands). This means, among other things, limiting energy and water waste, reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and managing waste and mobility more efficiently.
Courage and the ability to network are required to create "new" realities and new services through integrated solutions.
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Synergy between the public and private sectors for essential services at hand
It is an opportunity in many respects. First of all, it helps limit the impact on public spending without assuming financial risks for the entity. Second, it reduces project implementation times, achieving greater efficiency from a management perspective.
The local administration thus has the opportunity to raise quality standards in all phases of the process, drawing on a wealth of knowledge/experience and technological solutions that it would not otherwise have, all in the spirit of maximum transparency.
We increase the city’s ability to serve its citizens, protect the environment, boost the local economy. And put people first.
The city of Naples looks to the future and through new digital tools simplifies the management of mobility and parking.
Energetic optimization and reduction of CO2 emissions: Municipia projects to make public lighting smarter.
With Engineering and Municipia a Digital Assistant to support citizen services offered by the Municipality of Rimini and the Riminiturismo portal.
Significant investments in technology and the use of sophisticated algorithms and semantic techniques have made it possible to intensify controls, improve operational results and promote tax fairness.
We protect citizens and the territory with innovative video surveillance systems.
The first 4.0 valley in Italy for local development: infrastructure, economic, cultural, social and environmental attractiveness, cohesion and common identity.
Integrating processes and information for smart mobility: the case of Florence.
A new point of view to discover a historic city rich in culture, art and services.
With 5G and LoRaWAN technologies and Engineering's INES Cloud platform, we detect the occupancy of 1,500 parking spaces and offer mobility services.
Open, data-driven e user-centric: our solution to evolve the way cities use Big Data.
Digital twin to support the Smart Landscape helping to improve its economic development, the efficient management of resources, the reduction of the ecological footprint.
Improving cyber resilience, increasing awareness, capabilities and security while promoting the exchange of information between European municipalities.
An integrated Threat Intelligence solution for augmented cities to prevent criminal and terrorist acts.
An innovative platform to improve safety during night-time in the Dora river Area.
MyPasS project proposes innovative and sustainable solutions of Mobility as a Service for a new concept of urban context.
The platform designed for the complete management of urban mobility processes for smart cities.
The complete, modular, integrated and web-based suite that streamlines the end-to-end management of local institutions and their companies.
What does it mean to build a technological, inclusive and sustainable city?
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