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A House of Technologies for experimenting with novelties

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A new laboratory of technological experimentation is born in Turin, the House of Emerging Technologies – CTE Next, whose central node is located in the spaces of CSI Piemonte, in corso Unione Sovietica 214.

After the design phase completed during the Covid-19 pandemic, the CTE NEXT project, led by the Municipality of Turin, ranked first among the five awarded Italian cities, thus accessing funding from the Ministry of Economic Development.

The project, which is worth about 13 million euros between public and private funds, will be developed in 4 years, with the aim of creating in Turin, in close collaboration with the universities and 10 other strategic partners, a center for widespread technology transfer on technologies. emerging companies enabled by TIM’s 5G (IoT, Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain) able to promote business development and urban innovation in some strategic sectors for the city.

CTE NEXT proposes itself as a widespread space for innovation that combines the potential of emerging technologies with the challenges and practices of the Public Administration at the service of the development and innovation of startups and SMEs.

A widespread, hospitable home, rooted in the skills of the surrounding environment that will actively involve a large community of subjects with a view to shared innovation, and will work in a network with the Ministry for Economic Development and with the other Emerging Technologies Houses similarly financed.

On 6 July, as foreseen by the development plan, CSI NEXT was inaugurated, the central node of the Casa delle Tecnologie Torinese, managed by the partner CSI Piemonte. –

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