03 Jun A new article about us by “Il Sole 24 Ore – Edilizia e Territorio”
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a focus on the main news concerning the engineering sector and the top players on the Italian market
Edilizia e Territorio, daily insert of Il Sole 24 Ore dedicated to AEC market, published an interesting article that takes stock of the situation in the italian engineering sector. Highlighting opportunities and ability to successfully react to the crisis caused by the lockdown, it reviews the main Italian players in the top 200 ranking drawn up by Guamari srl, including the NET Group at the top.
Specifically, NET Engineering International is working on the new Naples-Bari high-speed line, where all the potential of BIM for infrastructural design and interface with construction has been fully exploited in a particularly avant-garde manner, giving maximum value to the interoperability of the entire supply chain that links designer, manufacturer (Salini Impregilo), and end customer RFI and Italferr.
On the German side, the tender for the execution of the 5G implementation plan has just been awarded in Leipzig, one of the five areas of preliminary testing of this new technology in Germany. Together with the municipality of Leipzig and the German telephone companies, the NET Group will analyse the existing infrastructure in order to identify the best strategies to implement 5G in the shortest possible time.
In addition, “NETworks” has been launched, the publication that brings together the most interesting and iconic projects that the NET Group has carried out over the last 50 years; a collection of images, testimonials and technical details that bear witness to an important piece of engineering history in Europe (and beyond).
Finally, our online blog “FLOWS. Modelling mobility“, the first opportunity in Italy for reflection on flows and infrastructures for integrated mobility. Through this tool and thanks to the involvement of clients, partners, authors with different training and coming from different sectors, NET Engineering International continues offering readers the multiple points of view necessary to deal with the complexity that the world of engineering sets before the designers, today more than ever.
February 18th, 2020