The CEOs from some of the top Italian companies in the sectors of infrastructures and energy take stock of applying the new technologies and their effects on industrial processess.
Acea inaugurates Innovation Day, a day dedicated to the new frontiers of artificial intelligence and the use of data, which are changing the way we do business. In recent years, the Acea Group has constantly innovated all the sectors, in which we operate. Acea intends to use this initiative to create a combination event on the theme of innovation for enterprises and startups and to explain our daily commitment to search for avant-garde solutions for sustainability.
In the morning, the Acea Group CEO, Stefano Donnarumma, the CEO of A2A, Valerio Camerano, the CEO of Terna, Luigi Ferraris, the CEO of Italgas, Paolo Gallo, the CEO of Open Fiber, Elisabetta Ripa, and Full Professor of Management & Innovation Systems at the University of Salerno, Vincenzo Loia, will take part in the round table on “Innovation and a sustainable future for multi-utility companies, between artificial intelligence, the use of data and new organisational models”. The six protagonists will outline the scenarios and changes that innovation and artificial intelligence will produce within the economy and society, especially in terms of organisation and employment.
Artificial intelligence and big data at the service of enterprises: these are the topics for the afternoon, a chance for companies and startups to compare notes on the application of the new technologies and their effects on industrial processes. An introduction by CEO Donnarumma will be followed by contributions from Massimiliano Garri, Acea's Head of Innovation Technology and Solutions, from the Country Manager of Google Cloud Italia, Fabio Fregi, Giovanni De Lisi, CEO of Green Rail, and Diva Tommei, CEO of Solenica.
Acea's innovation projects
The standout projects include the smart street lamp, with video cameras and sensors to monitor air quality and weather conditions, and the drones for thermographic inspections to detect leaks in the district heating conduits. The Water Management System, used to analyse and monitor the enormous quantity of data from the water network, and the new Digital Control Room, which remotely controls over 1,800 plants and over 7,000 km of water network in real time.