To tell and enhance the peculiarities of innovation in Italy, MIT Technology Review Italia together with Unindustria Reggio Emilia promotes a conference with the participation of leading companies and stakeholders
L’innovation in Italy presents original characteristics, based on sectoral and production synergies that reflect the peculiar structure of the Italian production systemwith strong territorial anchors and widespread creativity.
To analyze and enhance these characteristics, “MIT Technology Review Italy“Promoted in agreement with Unindustria Reggio Emilia a conference that will take place at the Technopole of Reggio Emilia, Thursday 23 June 2022, at 4.30 pmwith the presence of numerous local and national, institutional and entrepreneurial subjects, involved in various capacities in the processes of modernization and development of the country.
The conference will present a document specially prepared by “MIT Technology Review Italia” and dedicated to Italian ways to innovation, which focuses in particular on the territory of the Emilia Romagna Region, where there is the largest European concentration of manufacturing industries. On the occasion, the birth of a partnership between “MIT Technology Review Italia” and Unindustria will also be announced.
Starting from their historical roots, some significant cases of technological and productive repositioninglike those of IMA And Coesiato subsequently focus on the phenomena of transition to Open Hubs and multisectoral innovation, as in the case of Zambon with OpenZone And Zoners.
Others follow relevant paths of horizontal innovationlike those of Brembo And Dallarato conclude with the same An industry (Reggio electric car, Digital Automation Lab, Reinova).
Finally, the discussion extends to those big business which, with different characteristics, but with similar innovative thrusts, have proven to face in a creative and productive way the change imposed by the processes of globalization of the markets and related cultural models: Is in the, Leonardo, ST, Almaviva.
At the moment, they have announced their intervention Fabio Storchi (President of Unindustria Reggio Emilia), Romano Prodi (President of the Scientific Committee “MIT Technology Review Italia”), Alessandro Ovi (Director of “MIT Technology Review Italia”), Giuseppe Corcione (Chief Executive Officer Reinova), Giorgio Prodi (UNIFE Professor).
They will also participate, online or face-to-face, Andrea Pontremoli (CEO Dallara Automobili), Ernesto Ciorra (Chief Innovability Officer Enel), Emanuele Polimanti (Executive Assistant to the Chief Innovability Officer Enel), Franco Ongaro (Chief Technology Officer Leonardo), Pierpaolo Gambini (SVP Innovation and IP Leonardo), Alessandro Cremonesi (Chief Innovation Officer ST), Elena Zambon (President and CEO Zambon), Federica Alberti (Head of Corporate Affairs Zambon Company).
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