GENOA, Italy (BulgarianMilitary.com) – This week on Monday, 12th November 2018, Leonardo announced that the company and the Ligurian local authorities signed on the same day, in Genoa, a Memorandum of Understanding to develop projects and technological demonstrations for the preservation, safeguarding and security of the territorial ecosystem of the Italian region of Liguria, learned BulgarianMilitary.com
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The Memorandum of Understanding was signed by the President of the Liguria Region, Giovanni Toti; Genoa’s Mayor, Marco Bucci; President of the Authority of the Port System of the Western Ligurian sea, Paolo Emilio Signorini and by Leonardo’s Chief Executive Officer, Alessandro Profumo.
Profumo commented, “With today’s agreement we renew our commitment to Liguria and Genoa. Leonardo will offer its expertise to the local authorities and start the first public-private partnership, to enhance security in the Liguria region that has always been a focal for Leonardo’s activities.”
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The implementation of the signed Memorandum will be managed by a Steering Committee. It will set the strategic direction of the development of the programme so that to extend it to other private and institutional partners and, eventually, to support the promotion and development of its activities.
The commitment of Leonardo under the Memorandum is to make available to the authorities its experience to implement particular technological solutions in several fields, including territorial monitoring, security, mobility, traceability of goods, services to citizens, energy efficiency, including cyber security. The company will also be able to collaborate with other public and private entities, including outside the region, for promoting Liguria’s territory as an example of a centre of innovation and excellence.
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The Memorandum, which has been signed for 3 years and supports the United Nations 2030 Sustainability Agenda and specifically the main community directives on integrated security and risks prevention, will determine areas where to be developed territorial resilience projects and environmental monitoring. These projects will support the security of the region’s citizens by applying innovative technology and solutions.
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