« Robotica, big data, intelligenza artificiale, realtà aumentata e virtuale sono i temi portanti dell’innovazione» ha raccontato nel suo speech del 13 novembre, Giovanni Verreschi, Amministratore Delegato e Presidente di ETT.
ETT participates in the 23rd edition of the CHNT – Conference on Cultural Heritage and New Technologies, the international conference dedicated to Cultural Heritage held in Vienna from 12 to 15 November.
The initiative is organized in several sessions dedicated to the use of innovative technologies for the survey, monitoring and conservation of cultural heritage, with the aim of creating the foundations for new
international level relationships and exchange of experiences, thanks to project presentation and best practices. Participants in the event include universities and research centres, as well as companies operating in the ICT field.
For this important event, ETT was selected to present two best practices:
Casanova Museum And Experience: How to integrate history with virtual reality in order to relive the past
Exploracity: An innovative Platform offering new Services for the enhancement of tourism and cultural heritage
Furthermore, for the entire duration of the event, ETT will have an exhibition space to present the most recent and important technological-creative achievements.
The travelling exhibition opens in Genoa Church of Sant’Agostino, piazza Renato Negri, 7 Genoa Opening: October 23, 6 pm
Presented at the 14th AIRM CONGRESS – 56th SICM CONGRESS – “In search of lost function”, held in Pordenone from 4 to 6 October 2018, HTS (Hand Test System), the first medical device able to quantitatively assess the fine movements of hand, or movements that require precision, speed and independence of the fingers.
On Friday 5 October 2018, at 5.30 pm, a new book by Paolo Tacchella about the history of Genoa was presented. Daily life, continuity and change of a “charity company”, Stefano Termanini Editore (2018). After the guided tours to be held starting at 4.30 pm, accompanied by readings chosen by Pino Petruzzelli and Mauro Pirovano, the book was presented, with the introductions by: Marco Sinesi, special commissioner of the ASP Emanuele Brignole, Sonia Viale , vice president of the Liguria Region, Pietro Piciocchi, Councilor for the Budget of the Municipality of Genoa. With the coordination of Andrea Castanini, deputy director of “Il Secolo XIX”, Marco Sinesi, Paola Massa, emeritus professor of Economic History, Andrea Chiappori, Community of Sant’Egidio, Stefano Termanini, publisher, Paolo Tachella, historian, author of the book. The conclusions of the meeting will be drawn by H.Em. card. Angelo Bagnasco, Archbishop of Genoa.
The photographic exhibition “Our cultural heritage: where the past meets the future” was held in Matera, at the Hypogea of Sant ‘Agostino, adjacent to the church of the same name.
Corso sulla nuova normativa GDPR per consulenti e dipendenti ETT.
The Basilicata Region accreditation portal for employment services is online