Technology for All 2018 – the international forum


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Great news for “Technology for All 2018“, a forum dedicated to technological innovation for the territory and the environment, cultural heritage and smart cities. Now in its fifth edition, the event will be held in Rome next October 3 to 5 in a new and prestigious location to be announced soon. Also renewed the format of the event, which will always offer information and training moments of high level, as well as opportunities for discussion and business between public administrations, universities and specialized companies. When defining the intense program of conferences, lectures and workshops, which will address the entire process of using innovative technologies, from data acquisition to processing them until the dissemination to end users.

The Forum will be organized with workshops in continuous field, alternating with training  and conferences necessary to promote the comparison between producers and users of new technologies .


In the previous edition of the Forum for ALL TECHNOLOGY it was held in the conference room of the National Library in Rome  from 18  to  19 October 2017 , preceded by a workshop in the field in the archaeological site of the Villa dei Quintili  Via Appia Antica in Rome.

The role in the development and preservation of the World Heritage is the framework within which you can see the ‘ weighted contribution of technologies that exceeded the enthusiasm of the first innovative impact, it may actually be admitted to a production cycle normed with shared standards for sustainable socio-economic development in which the intelligent innovation play a key role in the Territory, the Cultural and Heritage Cities 

The program emphasizes general, to the extent possible, the emerging content of the Forum in the fruition within the international scenario and operation of Italian companies in the sectors in which Italy plays a testimonial role in the world, where not only aim to integration and interactivity of the impact of technology, but also sustainable socio-economic contribution in the production cycle to the final destination. 

Parallel to the conference will be carried out  training of relief, development, structuring and organization of information also web and mobile vertical applications. The described production processes affect a broad range of users, ranging from government agencies to private companies, professional researchers, from students to citizens.

The Forum also aims to collect experiences, the interventions and the application workshop results on the ground, giving way for participants to retrace the process of acquiring and processing, enriched with the expertise and the presentation of keynote experts, best practices, achievements and projects. 

These processes involve a wide range of users, from public bodies to private companies, professional researchers, from students to citizens. In particular, the workshops allow participants to actually see in action, touch and experience, innovative technologies and the consolidated figures that best suit the proposed theme.

The conference is divided into thematic depth sessions that, in addition to giving way participants to retrace the experiences of the workshops in the field, hosting talks by experts. The Forum hosts one exhibition space dedicated to companies, who will have the opportunity to take part in sessions with socializing and sharing. 

A Forum in three intense days of information and training, socialization and sharing, discussion and debate.


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