Almaviva, an Italian digital innovation group, introduced the minister to its national and international ICT activities and projects, applied to the transport, infrastructure and logistics sector
Today the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Infrastructure and Transport, Matteo Salvini, visited the Roman headquarters of Almaviva, an Italian digital innovation group.
The company’s president, Alberto Tripi, and CEO, Marco Tripi, had the opportunity to introduce the minister to the ICT projects that Almaviva is involved in, in Italy and abroad, applied to rail, road, and maritime transport, mobility in metropolitan areas, and intermodal logistics.
The meeting was, furthermore, an opportunity to illustrate the group’s activities and role in the digital transformation processes within strategically innovative sectors, security and the development of the country system - also in view of the major events connected to the 2025 Jubilee and the possibility of Expo 2030 - promoting solutions developed in Italy with artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, the internet of things (IoT), and cloud, blockchain, digital twin, and mixed reality technologies.
During his visit, the minister then spent time in the Moova Demo Center, a space dedicated to Almaviva’s platform for integrated and multimodal mobility, set up with technological laboratories, a simulation area, a control room, and co-working spaces.
Minister Salvini also expressed his admiration to the top level management for the growth and results achieved by the group abroad as well, an area which has proven to be an important component of Italy’s digital industry, a sector that is essential to keeping the country competitive.
In the photo - with Minister of Transport & Infrastructures, Matteo Salvini - from left to right, the president of the Almaviva Group President, Alberto Tripi, Transport & Logistics BU General Manager, Smeraldo Fiorentini, and Almaviva Group CEO, Marco Tripi.