Cisco joins the National Technology Cluster Intelligent Factory to support the development of the economic system in the post-Covid scenario with digital.

The reason for this is well explained by Cisco, Agostino Santoni, in a note: Â a strategic investment in new technologies and industrial production processes requires appropriate industrial policies. The Smart Factory Cluster is also an ideal table to cultivate all this and interact with institutions in an appropriate way.

Cluster Intelligent Factory President of the Smart Factory Cluster is Luca Manuelli, CDO of Ansaldo Energia and CEO of Ansaldo Nuclear. The scientific committee is led by Tullio Tolio, Professor of the Polytechnic of Milan. The association is recognized by the Miur. Companies, business associations, Regions, Universities, Research entities are included.

Cisco joins the Cluster as Pathfinder, i.e. technology partner, to bring his expertise in the field of Industrial Network and Collaboration.

Cisco will provide expertise and expertise to understand technological trends with benchmarks, design solutions and best practices in companies and in the impact on the supply chains.

It will support growth and resilience, promoting competitiveness over time, but also understanding the need for skills.

To do this, the cluster has created the initiative called Pathfinder Program that involves technological players able to mobilise skills and skills in Italy and interested in sharing their know-how.

Cisco is the third Pathfinder to join the Smart Factory Cluster, after Sap and Deloitte.

With networking skills, collaboration and new business models Cisco will also take on a role in the work of the GTTS, the Scientific Technical Teams, which are working on the definition of the new roadmap of the National Technological Cluster

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