Entries by Gian Andrea Fanella

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GreenVulcano Technologies: Blockchain is not just bitcoin

When you want to continue to offer a valuable service over the years, in a competitive market such as technological innovation, one characteristic is that of being informed about the latest technologies and knowing how to anticipate trends. This is why we at GreenVulcano not only inform ourselves but try to understand the true essence […]

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IoT, an interesting journey

In the first post related to the IoT platform we talked about some introductory aspects: The importance of using an IoT platform for disaster prediction, showing a real project for monitoring the structure of bridges and tunnels (NTSG partner) The meaning of IoT data storm (how much data are we talking about) That importance of […]

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In the “last mile” of the IoT there is the future of companies that want to become “INNOVATIVE”

Make an inquiry. How might I take care of a business issue utilizing IoT? The appropriate response is straightforward: deploy IoT sensors all through the building, workforce and the fields, introduce entryways and perusers all through to gather the information from the sensors and drive it up to the cloud run machine learning or AI […]

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Smart Working: things that experts say about new law, and you need to know (part 2)

We have already described the general characteristics of Smart Working in the previous article, giving a detailed analysis of what the legislation says about it [NdR see the previous article]. In this part, we will try to go deeper into the practical implementation of Smart Working and we will do pointing out what are the […]

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Smart Working: things that experts say about new law, and you need to know (part 1)

OPEN SPACE’s model seems to have failed. The open and shared workspace that appeared to be the answer to the solitary and alienating routine is not effective, and it also has deleterious effects on productivity. Spread in recent years to improve teamwork and encourage a constant stream of ideas among colleagues, it now seems to […]