Last July 16th was presented the project of the National Pole of Sustainable Mobility and Manufacturing, also called SMTC, Sustainable Mobility Technology Center, which will be established in TNE spaces of Corso Settembrini 178 in Turin.
We, too, from Electric Motor Engineering were present, to be able to tell you at best this new Italian pride that exceeds a further border and involves more players of different nature: Turin Polytechnics, University, CIM 4.0, API, Turin Trade Chamber, Industrial Union, Piedmont Region and city of Turin.
The target is accompanying enterprises, especially small and medium-size ones, towards a course of innovation and training, giving them the possibility of using sophisticated tools, at disposal just with investments worth million Euros.
The keyword is technological transfer, a possibility that can be implemented through the creation of a sound network and the contamination between technologies and competences, also due to the establishment of territorial companies, but not only, at the Pole’s.
Within 2023 this new excellence should become concrete, with Turin at the core of the capability of doing system, to full benefit of research, innovation and technological transfer to offer training services and activities.
All this is completed by a project of sustainable reorganization of an area still unused, feather in the cap of the automotive manufacturing, where the smartest companies will be attracted.
During the launch event, it was possible to visit the pilot lines that will be the technological core of the Pole: the Additive Manufacturing Pilot Line, the Laser Powder Bed fusion and Direct Energy Deposition.