History, beauty and cinema come together with “movietravel”

Now available on all app stores, “MovieTravel” was created by ETT to combine the extraordinary beauty of UNESCO sites with a passion for the cinema, as well as to give an extraordinary tourist experience.

It has five national itineraries – Greece, Italy, Spain, Malta and France – with an international itinerary dedicated to the most important film festivals. The app shows exclusive images, curiosities relative to what is also known as “the seventh art” and augmented reality content to enrich the whole experience.

After downloading the application, a treasure hunt is available so that, by competing with other fans, players can earn points and climb the rankings.

MovieTravel was made possible by a contribution from the European Union COSME programme, the Liguria Region, the Italian Chamber of Commerce in Lyon, Soluzione InMedia, the Fondazione Palazzo Ducale di Genova, the University of Malta, Top Kinisis, and Destination Makers.

 

ETT in Vienna for CHNT 2019

ETT took part in the twenty-fourth edition of the CHNT – Conference on Cultural Heritage and New Technologies, the international conference dedicated to Cultural Heritage held in Vienna from 4 to 6 October.

The new app with the official guide to Leonardo Da Vinci’s Last Supper by ETT

Over the last year, on the 500th anniversary of Leonardo’s death, the Polo Museale Regionale della Lombardia (Museums of the Lombardy Region) and the Museo del Cenacolo Vinciano (Leonardo Da Vinci’s Last Supper Museum) have begun a series of projects which aim to make museums like the Last Supper more accessible to the public. These sites, due to strict conservative requirements, are difficult places to visit.

Companies and Culture: ETT at the Unione Industriale Torino

On Wednesday 3 July, at the Unione Industriale Torino (the Employers’ Association of Turin), a business and cultural coordination meeting took place. Giovanni Verreschi, CEO of ETT, was invited to speak about his company’s experiences and projects, with particular emphasis on the opportunities offered by the Revenue Sharing business model in the cultural sector.

Iot and productivity: IAMCP explains a connected company

Smart Factory, competitiveness, digitalisation, future. These are the keywords at the event “IOT and productivity: the future is in a connected enterprise” the largest event dedicated to companies and digital evolution. It took place yesterday in Biella on 19 June, at the SellaLab headquarters.