AFTER SIX YEARS IN THE RED WE REACHED A BREAK-EVEN POSITION IN 2015. CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER LORENZI: “THE CURRENT BUSINESS PLAN IS BALANCED, NOW WE CAN GROW WITH NEW OPPORTUNITIES. AND NOT JUST WITH FIBRE OPTIC NETWORKS”. Stefano Carli Affari…
The design, construction and documentation of state-of-the-art multi-technological fixed and mobile networks using innovative methods to maximise productivity, respect the environment and minimise disruption to the public.
Business process re-engineering, IT operations, software development, monitoring and OSS/BSS using specialised skills that are kept up to date and certified. Maintenance of technological assets through the country using 3 service centres that operate 24/7, and 2000 specialist teams who are constantly connected to the centralised systems using tablets.
Big projects that involve the creation of complex infrastructures and integrating different technologies: construction of data centres, SCADA systems, physical safety systems and prevention systems, building management systems and intelligent traffic systems.
Technologically innovative solutions created to enable sustainable services to be provided. These solutions are IoT (Internet of Things) implementations and are based on narrowband networks with extremely low energy consumption: Smart metering (water, gas, electricity), smart grid, smart parking, smart lighting (indoor outdoor), smart signalling for railways.
Sirti’s innovative solution revolutionises traditional digging and TLC infrastructure laying techniques; it is particularly suitable for the construction of ultra-broadband networks with FTTX technology.
OneDayDig was recognised by the ITU (International Telecommunications Union) – a UN agency for the standardisation of telecommunication technology – as an example of best practice for constructing TLC infrastructures.
The OneDayDig technique can accomplish the following in a single step:
The process is carried out as a single step, making it possible to increase worksite productivity by a factor of up to 10 compared to traditional worksites; this drastically reduces the time it takes to carry out the operation and consequent disruption to the public.
Since the digging is reduced to a minimum, the volume of materials to get rid of is significantly reduced, with a consequent reduction of the environmental impact.
Since the material is suctioned out while the section is being dug, there is almost no dust produced, unlike traditional worksites.
The 150th anniversary of the ITU (the International Telecommunication Union) was celebrated on 17 May; this is the specialised United Nations agency that works at standardising telecommunications and radio waves. Sirti was given special recognition on this occasion since it has been a member of ITU for more than 75 years; it was chosen to represent the world of Telco Industries. The video shows the speech of the Chief Executive Officer of Sirti, Stefano Lorenzi, at the official ceremony in Geneva.