Innovation | Testing | Openness
Torino offers the entire city for the testing of innovative solutions, providing a system of physical, technological infrastructures, relations and know-how to experiment and then scale up the proposed innovations
Building on its territorial know-how and industrial past, Torino becomes an open laboratory of frontier innovation able to attract companies and skills to guide the development of the "City" of the future. Autonomously driven and connected vehicles, Drones, IOT and 5G, Artificial intelligence and robotics: frontier technologies at the service of quality of life, environmental and social sustainability at city size.
Thanks to the vast partnership of public and private actors - Major Industrial Partners Utilities, Research, Entrepreneurial Representative Associations, the aims of Torino City Lab is to be recognized as a platform for testing urban innovations and as an entry point for its dissemination in Europe.
Torino City Love
Torino City Love was an initiative of solidarity and open innovation aimed at Torino City Lab partners and not only, to offer free resources, actions and skills to support citizens and businesses in the area during the COVID-19 emergency.
The project won the European Living Lab competition organized by ENoLL - European Network of Living Labs, of which Torino City Lab is a certified member.
First tests of telepresence robots in Turin's museums
On 11 July 2020, as part of the European project 5G-Tours, Torino City Lab, in collaboration with TIM and Fondazione Torino Musei, carried out the first testing telepresence robots at Palazzo Madama and GAM.
The tests provided important indications on the robot’s ability to move in the rooms of the museum, on the quality of the transmitted images and on the semi-autonomous driving skills.
On 7 May 2020 was presented the Skypersonic Torino project, with the experimentation of special drones called Skycopter made by Skypersonic, for inspection and sanitation missions in closed spaces.
Operations have shown: a greater speed and efficiency of operations; a reduction in the number of personnel involved and the achievement of critical and uncomfortable areas.
On the 16th of January 2020 the testing of "Olli" - a self-driving, electric, 3D-printed shuttle - begun in Turin with a trial period that will last four months, during which the shuttle will provide transport services within the ITC-ILO campus.
Positive results come to the experimentation of remote-controlled robots in Regina Margherita...
The Torino City Love project won the European Living Lab competition organized by ENoLL - European...
There is time until October 11, 2020 to apply for the new edition of Techstars Smart Mobility...