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SMART ENVIROMENT relates to concepts such as sustainable development and to activities such as the reduction of waste produced by a given community through the implementation of: selective waste collection, decrease in greenhouse gases emitted by sewerage systems and hydraulic resources treatment systems, promotion, protection and proper management of urban green zones, and reclamation of disused lands.
On the technological side, the main feature is a strong evolutionary drive generated by the diffusion of multiple technological solutions dedicated to monitoring operations through a series of devices and sensors that are well distributed across the territory.
– control and monitoring of forest fires
– air quality control
– control and monitoring for earthquake prevention
– control and monitoring for snowslides and avalanche prevention
– control and monitoring of river levels
– control and monitoring of radiation levels
– control and monitoring of existence of liquids
– control of accesses to external perimeters
The list of companies who have developed projects in the SMART ENVIROMENT sector will follow.
ENEA provides the whole Country with multidisciplinary, broad range skills and a solid experience in the management of complex projects.
Namely, the Agency carries out several activities of base, mission-oriented and industrial research, resorting to experimental establishments, specialize laboratories and top level instruments;
it develops new technologies and advanced applications;
it supplies to private and public sectors high-tech services, studies, measurements, tests and evaluations;
it also carries out educational and information provision operations, with the aim of raising awareness among the public about the activities belonging to its scope of competences, and of diffusing the results, which could also be used for production purposes.
The project of waste organization and handling can, based on data owned by local authorities and by the utility in charge of waste collection in the given territory, provide information concerning the logistic and territorial organization of urban waste collection, ordinary and non-ordinary.
The importance and the use range of this kind of information is quite broad: from the support for the rationalisation of the service, to transparency and accountability in front of the citizens, to the support for the performance of new duties.
The collected data provide the service mapping for a number of uses: citizens can use them for all transparency-related aspects, companies can measure the impact of each production sector and local authorities can use the information to improve services’ efficiency and quantify the related contribution.