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A symposium organized by Elettronica with The European House – Ambrosetti

The phenomenon of digital transformation facing the ever changing global geopolitical scenarios, the increasing defense and security demands for Italy, and the new industrial models of competitiveness. These have been the themes of the Symposium organized by Elettronica in collaboration with The European House – Ambrosetti on 18th July, now focused on the implementation of the “digital transformation” plan leading to vast benefits in terms of skills, resources and technologies.

The themes discussed are part of a study by The European House – Ambrosetti, which has been supplied during the symposium to the guests and participants, envisioned to be a source of future dialogue and analysis on one of the most complex and impacting issues of the nation's future.

The event was divided into two sessions. The former focused on the international geopolitics, industrial, defense and security scenarios. The latter on the impact of digital transformation in the hi-tech industry. “The tide of digital change is here and its unstoppable – said Chairman of Elettronica, Enzo Benigni. This digital revolution is one of the main factors that can restart a global growth and balance the expectations and prospects worldwide. In the very next future, everyone will have an opportunity, without limits and borders”, concluded Benigni.

Among the distinguished participants were the Minister of Defense Roberta Pinotti, former PM Enrico Letta, Deputy Secretary General of Defense Nicolò Falsaperna, Chairman of Corporate & Investment Bank EMEA of JP Morgan Vittorio Grilli, Chairman of RAI Monica Maggioni, Chair Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences,of the University of California, Alberto Sangiovanni Vincentelli, former international referee and President for FIFA Referee’s Committee Pierluigi Collina, General Manager of Deliveroo Italy Matteo Sarzana, Chief Technology and Digital Innovation Officer of Barcelona City Council Francesca Bria.


Read the Position Paper