ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES AND CONSULTING
IO Roma, official magazine of Ordine degli Ingegneri della Provincia di Roma, published a study by Ruggero Rosati and his engineer colleagues about sensors for traffic light management, including Sky Light Sensor in traffic version. You can read the paper in Italian here.
February 2015Ruggero Rosati, CEO and co-founder at Nabla Quadro, gives a conference talk about real-time dynamic traffic light control systems based on wireless sensor networks. It is an event organised by Ordine degli Ingegneri of Rome Province. His speech describes the field testing of Sky Light Sensor to detect trams along the route for traffic signal coordination.
Nabla Quadro exhibits at Meet IoT and Maker Faire Rome 2014, the events during the Innovation Week hosting innovators from all over the world.
Funding member and CEO at Nabla Quadro, Ruggero Rosati, is interviewed by the magazine "Il dirigente".
By the joint effort of Nabla Quadro and I-Tel, Sm@rtPark borns. It is a smart parking system that allows drivers to see free parking spaces on a map on their smartphone, start and end a parking session, book a parking spot and pay by phone through a multi-channel system composed of smartphone application, sms and phone calls.
Nabla Quadro in partnership with Chartered Systems Integration (CSI), a Zimbabwean company leader in ICT, launches a 4th generation smart parking system made up of Sky Light Parking System and the management software ProPark.
Nabla Quadro applies to SYNCRO, an innovative European project to develop a smart road system, from road/car sensors to smart data collection.
Nabla Quadro participates as a speaker at the event "SmartMobilityWorld" of Turin with a speech entitled: "Wireless sensor networks for parking management in real time".
The Consortium of Castel Romano renews the contract for the provision of traffic data within their areas. Carlo Scarchilli, president of the consortium of Castel Romano: "Thanks to Nabla Quadro technology we are constantly updated on the traffic flows circulating in the Consortium of Castel Romano. This allows us to better plan and evaluate the possible expansion activities of the Consortium".