Vertical Open Innovation Day Transportation

Milan, Italy - Jul 5 2012

1st edition of the Open Innovation appointment dedicated to Transportation

'Freight train' photo (c) 2010, Steve Wilson - license: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Intesa Sanpaolo is organizing the first edition of the Transportation Open Innovation Day, to be held on Thursday, July 5th 2012 at Palazzo Besana, Piazza Belgioioso 1, Milan (Italy).

The event is part of a series of appointments focused on the main "Made in Italy” sectors, aimed at supporting companies in the acquisition of new competitive advantages to successfully operate in both domestic and international markets. This new initiative joins the existing “Start-Up Initiative” events, which are specialized by technology.

Event focus:
- to provide an overview of the latest developments in the transportation industry, which is becoming increasingly strategic at the global level
- to showcase cutting-edge technologies and innovative services applicable to this industry
- to offer a unique opportunity for evaluating one’s own strategic positioning in a fast-changing competitive environment

The event is addressed to Italian and international companies, institutions and investors, and it is a unique opportunity for all who wish to gain insight on the Italian transportation sector, its dynamics and its consumer trends. Participants will also have a chance to learn about some of the most promising innovative projects (start-ups, spin-offs) selected according to the industrial applicability of the technologies to this field

Participation confirmation welcome: please write to startup@intesasanpaolo.com.


Selected Start-Ups
  • Low emission aircraft
  • We design and sell electric last generation ecological boats; characterized by low operating costs and augmented maneuverability.
  • Our patent pending low-emission Diesel engine technology allows substantial reduction in production cost keeping high engine efficiency.
  • Fibre optic system to measure 2D and 3D deformation of a structure. Civil applications like : buildings, railways, bridges, tunnels, other.