Milan Digital Week: Brochesia guest of WindTre!

The event, which will be held from 25 to 30 May, will include live coverage of the role of the “Transformed City” and 5G in Italy.

The Milan Digital Week event, which will take place entirely online, will also see the operator WindTre as a participant, who will dedicate their participation to the themes of recent innovations and the role of 5G.

The City of Milan, despite the state of emergency in which Italy has found itself in the last period, has decided to confirm the third edition of the event. Unlike in recent years, in accordance with current regulations, the entire event will take place through the use of technologies to give everyone the opportunity to take part in all 6 of the scheduled days.

The entire event this year will be dedicated to the “Transformed City“. Also in this edition Wind3 will participate in the event by resuming the path traced in the past year, that of 5G and in addition, how the digital world played a crucial role in this period of strong health emergency.

On May 28, 2020 at 11:20 Brochesia will have the honor of being able to present its software solutions for remote assistance during a live streaming speech. The intervention will show an overview of the software solutions and how they can bring considerable benefits in sustainable development, also linked to the mobility and medicine sectors.

Initially, the theme of the third edition of Milan Digital Week was “Milan Increased City“, but the organization decided to change the name and therefore the focus of the event, after two months of mutations that led the Italians to live in the city transformed and apparently unrecognizable.

The event will therefore be held exclusively online through live broadcasts, to offer all interested parties “an opportunity to meet and compare, reflect and interact on the segments that innervate the great themes of the present“.

Share with

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin

Choose your Smart Glasses

Stay up to date on Brochesia news

* Fields marked as required