The Torino Wireless technology district was established in 2003 as an example of regional and national policy for innovation, with the objectives of supporting the growth and competitiveness of the ICT companies and fostering integration and collaboration among research, business and finance.
Since then, the Torino Wireless Foundation has been acting as a bridge between companies, research institutes and regional innovation policy makers, a facilitator of technological innovation and an instrument for the territory’s economic development.
In particular, the Foundation supported the most promising local companies in developing business strategies and research projects, boosting dialogue among research and innovation, business and finance.
Internet of Things, Cloud Computing, Business Process Management and Business Intelligence, Multimedia and Digital Creativity.
Mobility, security, health, energy, education, culture and tourism, e-government.
Three new EU-funded mobility projects have launched a survey...
On May 24, 2017, the international conference Mobility Goes ...
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