“Bringing innovation to the territory and fostering a closer link between our company, universities, and local start-ups”: the words of CEO and General Manager Luigi Ferraris concisely summarise what Terna intends to achieve through the Innovation Hubs project. Laboratories in which to create, develop and test innovative solutions through interaction with universities, research centres, start-ups and local companies. The Group inaugurated its second Innovation Hub on 7 November in Naples with the CEO and GM Luigi Ferraris in attendance. The results are already observable. The Tolemaica startup, which collaborated with Terna on the project, distinguished itself among the protagonists of the Consumer Electronics Show 2020, the world electronics fair held in Las Vegas. Founded in Naples, the company recently patented Security C.A.M. (Certified Asset Management) technology, an all-Italian technology that legally certifies the date and location of photographs taken with smartphones and other digital devices. This enables users, including Terna, to monitor maintenance activities in electricity stations automatically, instantaneously, and more effectively contributing to the success of operations in electricity stations throughout Italy. A collaboration oriented towards innovation, sustainability and energy security that fits in well with the path pursued by Luigi Ferraris.
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