L’evento, organizzato dalla Spanish-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce in collaborazione con Activus e con l’Institute Cervantes, ha come topic principale la potenzialità del Sud Europa nel suo sviluppo di pratiche sostenibili.
Partendo dal quadro attuale che l’Europa offre, si presenteranno le esperienze migliori che possono essere da esempio per un futuro più smart. Energie rinnovabili, mobilità sostenibile, il trattamento dei rifiuti e molti altri argomenti saranno trattati durante la conferenza.
Salvatore Di Dio e Domenico Schillaci interverranno con uno speech dal titolo “Social/Citizens Networking for Growing Urban Smartness”, in cui racconteranno il progetto di mobilità sostenibile trafficO2 e analizzeranno in che modo potrà estendersi e adattarsi ad altre realtà del Sud Europa.
L’evento si svolgerà presso l’Istituto Cervantes di Atene e coinvolgerà, tra gli altri, le pubbliche amministrazioni locali, istituti di ricerca e Università.
On Saturday 7 and Sunday 8 February, the town of Villafranca near Verona will host a boot camp dedicated to the relation between smart cities and the Public Administration. For two days, the best practices of the local administration offices will familiarize with the innovative startups of the Mind The Bridge circuit.
This event, which includes several talks from experts in the field, is organized by E-Globalservice, a service provider for institutions and companies. At the end of the three-day event it will be revealed on which three startups – among the over one hundred that have presented their candidacy – E-Globalservice has decided to invest.
The program of the event includes, on Saturday 7, a round-table open to the public and dedicated to the Public Administration, entitled La nuova PA: Digitalizzazione e Smart Cities, Efficienza e Vantaggi Condivisi, while Sunday 8 will features talks by two keynote speakers: Nick Mastronardi, founder and CEO of Polco, and Benedetta Arese Lucini, general manager at Uber.
The program is available on the Eventbrite webpage.
Today’s meeting is with the organization Code For Europe, an international network coordinating the various experiences of social innovators from all Europe with the goal of disseminating and making available to all European cities smart solutions that will contribute to their development.
The objective of today’s meeting is to plan at best the involvement of PUSH — which only recently has become partner with Code For Europe – and its role as social innovator in Italy within the framework of this international project.
As for the other meeting, instead, PUSH will participate to the “Connected Smart Cities Conference” organized by ENoLL (European Network of Living Labs), an event launched as space for sharing ideas and discuss technology, ecosystems, and the toolkits for smart cities.
The program of the event, accessible on the Eventbrite webpage, includes several talks discussing smart cities from all different angles: from more technical topics connected to the use of technology on the part of citizens to the connection among national and international smart cities. It will be an important occasion for PUSH to dialogue with international interlocutors on a key topic of its mission.
Il progetto “The Smart Innovation Island – Mobilità Connettività Turismo” – presentato dall’aggregazione di comuni dell’Isola d’Ischia e da diverse associazioni tra cui PUSH – ha vinto il bando EFISIO, l’iniziativa lanciata da Studiare Sviluppo in collaborazione con l’Osservatorio Nazionale Smart City – ANCI.
Il progetto mira a innovare ambiti quali la mobilità, lo sviluppo economico, l’energia e la sicurezza dei cittadini attraverso l’introduzione di nuove tecnologie e di sistemi innovativi di gestione e condivisione delle informazioni.
L’idea è anche quella di promuovere il coinvolgimento diretto dei cittadini, delle associazioni e di tutti gli stakeholder, a partire da istituti di ricerca e università fino alle più giovani generazioni di professionisti e di progettisti di innovazione sociale, per trasferire non solo il know-how tecnico scientifico, ma soprattutto le esperienze organizzative e manageriali di livello nazionale ed internazionale al fine di replicare sull’isola di Ischia modelli virtuosi e iniziative innovative.
PUSH collaborerà al progetto mettendo a disposizione le proprie competenze e la propria esperienza nell’ambito dell’innovazione sociale guidata da nuove tecnologie e nuovi media.
There were positive results from the experience in Brazil, where Claudio Esposito, Mauro Filippi and Andrea Tosatto presented to the jury of the Fi-Ware Smart Cities Challenge project, The Social Market: a platform designed to encourage and reward positive action within target communities, realised in collaboration with the team of Ines Bajardi.
This was a busy week, during which the FI- WARE technical committee – made up of computer scientists and specialised developers – has helped to develop a prototype for viewing at the final presentation and must meet the requirements within the technological landscape of the Campus Party Brasil, the hosts of the competition.
The jury at the end of the work awarded the 3 winning projects: Fi-Guardian by Marcos Marconi (Brazil), Sparky app by Alejandro Santamaria (Mexico) and Smartbox by Romero Alvaro Izquierdo (Spain). In addition, two special mentions: “Most Innovative App” for Smart City App by Daniel Menchaca (Spain) and “Young developer” for Smart Zity by Alberto Martin Alcubierre (Spain).
PUSH will be in Milan to participate to the CommTech Talks organized by the Telecommunication Ingeneering Program at Politecnico di Milano. There will be meetings, seminars, and debates to encourage encounters between students, instructors, and experts in the industrial and econonomic fields.
“Social Innovation in Smart Cities” will be the main topic discussed on Monday 13 January, when Domenico Schillaci, founder of PUSH and alumnus of the Politecnico will tell about PUSH’s commitment in projects of social innovation and support to smart cities policies.
This event is scheduled for 13 January at 12.15 pm, in the Sala Conferenze Dipartimento di Elettronica, Informazione e Bioingegneria del Politecnico di Milano
We have just landed in Spain to participate to the third edition of di Smart City Expo, the world most important event regarding smart cities, which will take place on 19-21 November 2013 in Barcelona. Over 300 hundred experts and policy makers from all over the world will present the projects and the most innovative solutions to make the city users’ daily experience truly smart.
“Setting the Stage for a Smarter World” is the theme of the 2013 edition, where PUSH will participate with trafficO2 within the area devoted to Italian projects at the PONREC. This event is a prestigious international showcase, but also a unique occasion to exchange experiences and plan the development of the smart cities of the future.
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Tomorrow, at the Centro sperimentale di cinematografia in Palermo will be held a local seminar for planning Sicily’s participation at the Italian pavilion at EXPO 2015.
The event, which will take place in Milan from 1 May to 31 October, is dedicated to the topic “Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life” and is going to be of great national and international appeal. EXPO and Padiglione Italia aim at becoming the messengers of a proactive vision of Italian culture and economy and of their main actors. They mean to do so by granting visibility and support to those projects and practices that will take us into the future, stimulating the desire of improvement and growth, coortinating and enhancing the Italian socio-economic system so to offer to the world the best image possible of Italy and its territory.
In order to highlight what content regional and local institutions will be taking to Expo 2015, Padiglione Italia, in agreement with EXPO Direction Board and also with the contribution of Censis, organizes a series of local seminars for participation planning entitled “EXPO 2015 for Italy”. These are occasions aimed at auditing local authorities and their representatives in order to envisage an articulated and engaging image of Italy that can look at the future from the viewpoint of its historical riches and cultural identity.
Among the speakers of the seminar “Forum for Sicily” there will be also PUSH’s President Salvatore di Dio, who will gather PUSH’s social innovation projects. He is strongly committed to work for Palermo and its citizens by laying the groundwork for tomorrow’s smart cities through projects that are simple, effective, sustaimable, and able to trigger new urban and social policies.
The seminar will be held tomorrow, Tuesday 12 November at Cantieri culturali alla Zisa – Pad. 4, Via P. Gili, 4, in Palermo.
trafficO2 was in Salerno for AICA’s 50th national congress, event organized in collaboration with the University of Salerno, which will be held at the Fisciano campus from September 18th to September 20th.
“Digital Frontiers: from Digital Divide to Smart Society”, the theme of the 2013 edition. In fact, during the three days researchers, faculty and professionals of the ICT field will meet to evaluate in which way our Country is preparing to face the future challenges to smart, sustainable and inclusive growth, as an answer and in accordance to the European research and innovation strategies.
The focuses of the summit were all of the initiatives and researches on themes such as climate change, security, energy and food resupply, health and mobility. These are themes in which ICT plays an important role in supporting innovation.
The trafficO2 team, which was awarded the contract “Smart Cities and Communities and Social Innovation” promoted by MIUR in 2012, will take part in the round table “Smart Mobility and Social Innovation”, scheduled on Thursday September 19th at 4pm.
The guest speakers, among others, will be Antonio Pescapè, form the University of Naples, Anna Donati, appointed by the mayor of Naples for sustainable mobility and Fabrizio Cobis, director of the special programs of research and distribution of scientific culture at MIUR.