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Kaleyra attends the Indo-Italy CII Technology Summit 2018 to discuss the future of Cloud Communications

Kaleyra attends the Indo-Italy CII Technology Summit 2018 to discuss the future of Cloud Communications
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Kaleyra was a proud part of the two-day technology summit between India and Italy that was held from 29th to 30th October 2018.

Dario Calogero, CEO Kaleyra and Aniketh Jain, MD Kaleyra attended the event wherein Dario was also a speaker and discussed on the various aspects of business empowerment and how businesses can communicate safely, securely and instantly.

The event was also attended by the Italian Prime Minister,  His Excellency, Prof Giuseppe Conte, Honourable Prime Minister of India, Sri Narendra Modi, the Union Minister for Science and Technology Dr. Harsh Vardhan and many more Italian and Indian delegates.

The summit also marked the 70 years of diplomatic relations between the two countries. The speakers touched upon various aspects of technology and a collaboration for the promotion of high quality and high impact collaborative research projects across the value chain, with a focus on boosting technological entrepreneurship.

The summit also focused on looking at developing competitive products together. With the two countries already being a part of great innovative collaborations and one such focus would be to strengthen communication technology through various technologies.

“The future, too, presents potential with opportunities in areas ranging from restoration and preservation of cultural heritage to research in artificial intelligence,” Sharma added.

Italy’s Deputy Minister in the Ministry of Economic Development, Dr. Michele Geraci, said the country looked forward to greater collaboration with India in science and technology and hoped that the summit would go a long way in achieving this.

The focus of the summit is renewable energy, clean technology, information and communication technology, healthcare, aerospace, education and preservation of cultural heritage.

“Various digital techniques, such as drones, laser scanners, Geo radars, endoscopes, and sonic tests can be helpful in the preservation of our cultural heritage”, said Professor Massimo Osanna, Director General, Archaeological Park of Pompeii, University of Naples, Italy.

Prof Ashutosh Sharma said that “India-Italy co-operation runs through Hampi in India to Pompeii in Italy. The restoration and preservation of cultural heritage is where both the countries have great cooperation opportunity.”

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