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意讯社(AGI), 4月 23日–提高在中国市场上的现有地位,提供更为创新性的产品。这就是芬梅卡尼卡集团参加第四届中国(上海)国际技术进出口交易会的主要目标。本届上交会意大利作为主宾国亮相,意迅社作为媒体合作伙伴参加。中国的航空业和高科技特具活力,在不同领域都有广阔的发展前景。“毫无疑问,这会让我们更具有竞争优势”, 芬梅卡尼卡集团的市场及业务策略、开发部负责人乔万尼.索可达多(Giovanni Soccodato)在意讯社的采访中如是说。他说:“以此为出发点,要加强我们的作用,提供最优质的产品以及最完整的解决方案,全方位满足中国市场的需求”。

      在第四届中国(上海)国际技术进出口交易会上,芬梅卡尼卡集团展出轻型双发AW169和轻型单发AW119Kx两款按比例缩小的直升机模型。芬梅卡尼卡集团致力于为中国机场提供支持性的解决方案,由其开发的80余个系统已用于当地主要民用机场的空中交通管制。中国打算在2020年内新建50个机场,这对该公司将是新的商机。索可达多说,如今“已有50多架韦斯特兰(AgustaWestland)公司生产的直升机翱翔在中国上空。大部分都是如北京或浙江等地的警察机关执行公务所用。9月份在杭州举行G20峰会期间,浙江省地方警察也将会使用四架我们的直升机来执行任务”。

意迅社(AGI),上海 4月23日- 第四届上海国际技术进出口交易会圆满落幕。本届意大利作为主宾国,意讯社为媒体合作伙伴。上周四意大利教育、大学和研究部部长贾尼尼、意大利驻沪总领事裴思泛、意大利对外贸易委员会主席蒙蒂与中国科技部部长万钢等政府机构代表一起出席了开幕式。众多意大利企业、大学以及研究机构亮相上交会,他们带来了以智能城市为主题的若干项目还有可用于日常生活的先进技术。

     此次,意大利顶尖工业企业携手研究联合会推出不少项目,如由佩鲁贾大学、帕多瓦大学、罗马Tor Vergata大学与六家企业(Tecnowatt,Elica,Bit,Videotec, Ecamricert和Vimar)联手推出的SEAL项目-智能家居自动化, 保证居住安全并知晓能源消耗。罗马Tor Vergata大学的加工体系与技术课程教授桑多(Loredana Santo)对意讯社说,“该家庭自动化项目,以研发创新材料为主,可应用于工业组件甚至可在公共机构安装该系统。此次参加上交会是令人满意的,我们可以借此机会进一步了解中国市场的实际情况”。佩鲁贾大学在计算机视觉和数据科学方面研究机器人技术的博士后恰尔夫利里亚(Thomas A. Ciarfuglia)补充说,SEAL是一个智能自动化项目,可定制出节能并适合居住的环境。“我们已研发出一种装置间互感对话的系统”。他说,结果不错,“我们明白要团结起来,以体系展现,让大众了解我们的技术能力。意大利既是食品与艺术品的生产者也是出口商,但我们不能局限于此,要展示在意大利在技术上的能力并推动技术产品出口。此次上交会可谓是朝此方向上前进了一小步”。

意迅社(AGI), 4月 20日 –机械电子学和工业解决方案。这是邦飞利集团在第四届中国(上海)国际技术进出口交易会所要集中展现的。本届交易会将持续至23日。上交会“不仅对于整个体系,对单个企业也是尤为重要的一次机会”,邦飞利集团董事会成员兼集团在华代表巴左尼

 (Paolo  Bazzoni)如是说。邦飞利集团是一家意大利公司,自60多年来公司在动力传输和控制领域、全自动操作机械方面以及可再生能源领域从事设计、生产并提供创创新解决方案。2004年邦飞利集团进入中国市场,去年在上海青浦工业园区开设了新工厂。“自2013年以来,我们在华开始推行地方化政策,依据中国市场,打造地方化系列产品。这不仅为我们带来竞争优势,在成本控制和客户服务上都有体现。”
   

 邦飞利集团在中国主要在两个领域投入:一方面是“工程机械和风能领域”,主要生产应用于土方机械的变速箱和风力发电机的变桨和偏航驱动系统,其重点客户为中联重机公司和卡特彼勒公司。另一方面是工业应用产品,主要为机电一体化以及不同工业领域的并网发电提供全套解决方案。“得以参加这次交易会,我们感到特别荣幸。我们一般只是参与行业展览,但这次活动意义重大,更是能让意大利能展示其技术精粹的绝好机会。我们和其他参与企业都是意大利的优秀公司,正是本着这种精神来此地”。     

 上交会也是将意大利技术及其解决方案展示给客户还有中方的绝佳机会,特别是针对上海市场。“我们会与中方特别是与在上海的客户保持联系。他们的投资集中在复杂工业及能源领域,而我们恰好已经在能源,特别是可再生能源方面还有传统工业上取得一定成绩”,必定会有合作机会。

意讯社(AGI) – 上海 4月22日- 意大利吸引投资策略是进入中国新阶段发展的路径。这就是在上海凯悦大酒店举行的路演活动的主题。参加第四届上交会的意大利政府机构和企业代表与中方共聚一堂。此届意讯社作为媒体合作伙伴。“我们应制定出更有效的市场战略”, 意大利外交部国家体系推动司负责人德卢卡如是说。他强调了在亚洲推进意大利制造的支持规划。“近年来我们把这方面作为经济发展的重心”。目前仍然还有发展的潜力,但是“我们必须要紧密团结起来才能彰显力量”, 他提到在2015年意大利成为欧盟国家中最吸引外国投资的第二大目的地。

   本届技术交易会为“意中开展在环境、卫生、能源效能和智能城市等新领域的合作打下了良好的基础,也有利于两国的初创企业合作。这样意大利年轻的创新一代也能获得在中国市场成长的机会”。涉及内部市场战略方面,意大利在上海及华东地区教授及研究员协会代表东纳(Roberto Donà)表示对于意大利企业仍有空间发展的领域。在农村地区,电商的普及程度不同,要针对的领域也不同。从车辆到清洁能源(很大程度上要依靠中央政府), 还有绿色建筑材料、农业机械化、旅游和高铁建设等。

   企业的发展必须要考虑最终消费者的需要。东纳解释说,“中国的新型消费者是技术导向型。他们关注环境,愿意花更多的时间来选择产品”。涉及支持意大利企业的国际化进程,意大利外贸保险服务公司总经理兼国际业务负责人如恩(Michal Ron)表示考虑到对在华发展并愿意加入的企业的战略计划支持,这些计划主要与意大利的中小企业有关,他说,“中小企业也是我们的关注所在,我们现正与欧洲投资银行启动专门针对中小企业出口发展的新基金计划。我们希望可以最大限度地用于中国这样的国家。我们可以在欧洲银行的保证下,参与中型企业发售的债券”。

Shanghai – The China (Shanghai) International Technology Fair, in which Italy is guest of honour and the AGI news agency is a media partner, is closing on Saturday. The Fair has been visited by many Italian and Chinese dignitaries, including Stefania Giannini, the Italian Minister of Education, University and Reseach, who attended the opening event last Thursday, together with Stefano Beltrame, the Italian Consul General in Shanghai, Riccardo Monti, the President of the Italian Trade Agency ICE and Wan Gang, the Chinese Minister of Science and Technology. Visitors to the Shanghai Fair included a large number of representatives of companies, universities and research centres, who brought their projects for smart cities and the latest generation of high-tech applied to everyday life. In addition to the projects of major Italian industrial brands, many of the projects presented were by research consortia, including SEAL, the acronym for Smart Domotics for Safe and Energy-aware Assisted Living, presented by the universitiess of Perugia, Padova and Roma Tor Vergata in partnership with six companies (Tecnowatt, Elica, Bit, Videotec, Ecamricert and Vimar).

Loredana Santo, Associate Professor of Technology and Processing Systems at the Roma Tor Vergata University, explained to AGI: "It is a domotics project that arises from the study of innovative materials with applications spanning from industrial components to the installation of these systems in public administration offices. My experience at the Technology Fair was very positive because it got us better acquainted with the Chinese market and its local institutions." SEAL is a "smart automation project, customised to the location in order to make a more efficient use of energy and make the environment more liveable," said Thomas A. Ciarfuglia, PhD in Robotics, Computer Vision and Data Science at the University of Perugia. He added: "We have created a system in which different devices can dialogue." Prof Ciarfuglia said that the experience at the Fair was positive: "We understood that we need to present Italy with a single face, also highlighting its potential in technology. We export food and art but if we are only seen from this perspective, we won't be able to show that we are also capable of producing and exporting technology. This Fair enabled us to make a little step forward in this direction." (AGI) 

Shanghai – Italian high-tech Finmeccanica Group aims to strengthen its already consolidated presence in the Chinese market with increasingly innovative products. Italy is the guest of honour at the China (Shanghai) International Technology Fair, in which AGI news agency is a media partner. China has a very dynamic aerospace and technology market, whose growth prospects in many sectors "undoubtedly gives us a competititve advantage," Giovanni Soccodato, director of Finmeccanica's Market and Business Development Strategies told AGI in a note. He continued: "We intend to start from here in strengthening our role, offering better products and comprehensively integrated solutions capable of fully meeting the expectations of the Chinese market." On display at the Shanghai fair are two scale models of the AW169 twin-turbine helicopter and of the AW119Kx light single-engine helicopter. In China, Finmeccanica offers solutions to support airport activities with over 80 air traffic control systems operating in major civil airports, as well as new future options for the 50 more airports planned for 2020. "More than 50 AgustaWestland helicopters are flying across Chinese skies, most of which in the performance of public utility missions and in service with most of the Country's major police forces, including those of Beijing and the province of Zhejiang. This province plans to use four of our helicopters during the G20 summit scheduled in the city of Hangzhou next September," Mr Soccodato wrote. (AGI) 

Shanghai – Si chiude la Fiera della Tecnologia di Shanghai, dove l'Italia e' ospite d'onore, e che ha visto la partecipazione delle autorita' italiane e cinesi alla manifestazione, e di Agi come media partner. Oltre al ministro dell'Istruzione, dell'Universita' e della Ricerca, Stefania Giannini, giunta qui giovedi' scorso per l'inaugurazione dell'evento, erano presenti anche il console generale d'Italia a Shanghai, Stefano Beltrame, il presidente dell'Ice, Riccardo Monti, e per la parte cinese, il ministro della Scienza e Tecnologia, Wan Gang. Massiccia la partecipazione a Shanghai anche di imprese, universita' ed enti di ricerca che hanno portato i loro progetti sui temi della smart cities e delle piu' avanzate applicazioni della tecnologia agli aspetti della vita quotidiana. Ai grandi nomi dell'industria italiana, erano affiancati molti progetti presentati dai consorzi di ricerca: uno di questi e' il Seal, acronimo per Smart Domotics for safe and energy-aware assisted living, presentato dalle universita' di Perugia, Padova e Roma Tor Vergata assieme ad altre sei aziende (Tecnowatt, Elica, Bit, Videotec, Ecamricert e Vimar). Il Seal, spiega ad Agi Loredana Santo, docente associato di Tecnologia e Sistemi di Lavorazione dell'Universita' di Roma Tor Vergata, e' un "progetto di domotica che parte dallo studio di materiali innovativi nell'applicazione della componentistica industriale fino all'installazione nella pubblica amministrazione di questi sistemi. L'esperienza della Fiera della Tecnologia e' stata molto positiva, perche' ci ha permesso di conoscere meglio la realta' cinese e le istituzioni presenti sul territorio". Il Seal e' un progetto di "smart automation, personalizzazione degli ambienti per un utilizzo efficiente dell'energia e per la vivibilita' dell'ambiente – aggiunge Thomas A. Ciarfuglia, PhD in Robotics, Computer Vision and Data Science dell'Universita' degli Studi di Perugia – Abbiamo creato un sistema in cui i diversi devices potessero parlare tra loro". Il bilancio finale e' positivo, ha infine commentato Ciarfuglia. "Abbiamo capito che abbiamo bisogno di presentare l'Italia con un volto piu' unitario, che faccia vedere anche gli aspetti tecnologici. Siamo produttori ed esportatori di generi alimentari e di arte, ma se siamo visti solo sotto questo aspetto, non riusciamo a mostrare che siamo anche in grado di produrre ed esportare tecnologia. Questa fiera ci ha fatto fare un piccolo passo avanti in questo senso". (AGI) .

Shanghai – Rafforzare la presenza gia' consolidata sul mercato cinese e offrire prodotti sempre piu' innovativi. E' l'obiettivo di Finmeccanica alla Fiera della Tecnologia di Shanghai dove l'Italia e' Paese ospite d'onore e di cui Agi media partner. La vitalita' del mercato aerospaziale e delle alte tecnologie in Cina, con le sue prospettive di crescita in molti campi "ci pone senza dubbio in una posizione di vantaggio competitivo – ha dichiarato ad Agi in una nota Giovanni Soccodato, direttore per le Strategie e lo Sviluppo dei Mercati e del Business di Finmeccanica – Da qui intendiamo ripartire per rafforzare il nostro ruolo, offrendo i prodotti migliori e complete soluzioni integrate di cui disponiamo, in grado di soddisfare appieno le aspettative del mercato cinese".
Alla fiera di Shanghai sono esposti due modelli in scala del bi-motore leggero AW169 e e del mono-motore leggero AW119Kx. Finmeccanica e' presente in Cina con soluzioni a supporto delle attivita' aeroportuali con oltre 80 sistemi per il controllo del traffico aereo attivi nei principali aeroporti civili, e per il futuro nuove possibilita' si schiudono dal programma di costruire altri cinquanta aeroporti nel Paese entro il 2020. "Nei cieli della Cina volano oltre cinquanta elicotteri AgustaWestland, la maggior parte svolgendo missioni di pubblica utilita' e utilizzati dalle piu' importanti polizie del Paese, incluse quelle di Pechino e della provincia dello Zhejiang. Quest'ultima, in particolare – conclude Soccodato – utilizzera' ben quattro dei nostri elicotteri durante lo svolgimento della riunione del G20 nella citta' di Hangzhou, il prossimo settembre". (AGI)

Shanghai – Technology will be key for Italian companies trying to conquer the Chinese market, said the president of the Italian Trade Agency, Riccardo Monti. He was speaking from the Shanghai Technology Fair where Italy is guest of honour and AGI a media partner. "China is trying to move towards more sustainable patterns of development and smaller but more intelligent investments. Italy can help China achieve that goal," he told AGI. Chinese authorities and investors appeared to be very interested in the Italian stand. "Italy is lagging behind China in my view. It is time to get going and we should start with smart investments in joint ventures with the Chinese in the high-tech sector," said Mr Monti. China's new five-year development plan indicates to Italian companies the solutions the country wants. Mr Monti said urbanisation and sustainable development were possibly areas where Italian technology could be applied, as well as China's need for a modern healthcare system. "We are here with great determination and in great numbers, because we are certain that the time has come for Italian companies to believe in a new stage of development for China. We should not be frightened by what we are hearing about the difficulties of the Chinese economy: this year China is growing by 6.7 percent, creating great opportunities for Italian companies that know how to seize them." (AGI). .

Shanghai – Italy's strategy for attracting investment and taking a new path on Chinese development was the theme of a roadshow at Shanghai's Hyatt Hotel. Representatives of Italian bodies and businesses attended the event held at the Technology Fair, of which AGI is a media partner. Director-general of the promotional body for the Italian System, Vincenzo De Luca, said: "We need to better define our market strategy. Over the last few years we have focused on the economic agenda." He stressed the support plan for Made in Italy's penetration of the Chinese market. There was still potential for development, but "we are much stronger when we move in a coherent and united way". Italy had been the second highest EU country in attracting foreign investment. The China (Shanghai) Technology Fair had been "a good start in defining new areas for collaboration between Italy and China, in environment, health, energy efficiency and smart cities, and for promoting numerous start-up partnerships between the two countries, so that young innovative Italians can also find opportunities for growth on the Chinese market." Emeritus President of the Association of Italian Academics in Eastern China, Roberto Dona, outlined the sectors with opportunities for Italian businesses.

These ranged from e-commerce in rural areas to clean energy vehicles, which the central government is promoting, and green materials for construction, agricultural mechanisation, tourism and high-speed rail lines. Business approaches need also to take the consumer into account: "The new Chinese consumer is technology-oriented, respects the environment and has more time available in which to bone up on and select products," he said. Managing Director and Head of International Business at the Italian export credit agency SACE, Michal Ron, said it was important to "think outside the box" on support for groups operating in China or intending to. These plans were particularly relevant for Italian small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs): "Our main focus is the SMEs and we are launching a programme with the European Investment Bank, a new fund for developing export by SMEs, which we hope to bring into play as much as possible in a country such as China, in which SACE with the backing of the BEI acts on bonds issued by medium-sized companies.". (AGI)

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