QBT collaborates with UCM (United Campus of Malta) for VIRTUAL REALITY projects!
Video recordings and therapeutic practices to patients in VR!
Various ways of simulating real situations using VR and AR (Augmented Reality) tools.
QBT becomes a member of the Swiss Aerospace Cluster!
Swiss Aerospace Cluster is the industry network supporting the Swiss aerospace and satellite services industry in the transfer of knowledge and Technology.
The Swiss Aerospace Cluster is an agile network for pooling information across companies, associations and research institutions thereby increasing the organizations’ potential for development and promoting innovative products. We welcome new input and innovative ideas from old and new members.
Link to website https://swiss-aerospace-cluster.ch/portfolio-item/qbt-sagl/
QBT joins the network of entrepreneurs of the Swiss Venture Club!
"... "Networking SMEs": According to this motto, SVC has been offering members, partners and sponsors in all seven economic regions of Switzerland the opportunity to meet and exchange ideas for many years. SVC is an association for small and medium-sized enterprises which, with over 3000 members from all sectors and regions of Switzerland, now offers one of the largest and most important networks for entrepreneurship in the country...".
Link to their page: https://lnkd.in/daisPwy
We have created a model based on artificial agents that describes some aspects of the diffusion dynamics of COVID-19, especially aspects related to the link between social behaviour and contagion dynamics. Starting from the first part of this article , published on April 2, we investigated how we can link a particular socio-cultural attitude to some effects on the lethality of the epidemic. As a starting data, we show the effect that the epidemic had in terms of difference between the number of deaths in the first quarter of 2019 and the first quarter of 2020, in 1,698 Italian municipalities . Once we have established...etc etc
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QBT is a supplier of RINA Prime Value Services' Smart Appraisal Hi-tech Smart Inspections solution, which allows you to visit buildings and sites in virtual realities and ensure business continuity even in conditions of low mobility.
Inspections and technical surveys are carried out remotely in a guided, protected and geo-referenced environment.
RINA Prime's hi-tech systems make it possible to:
QBT becomes a member of Switzerland Global Enterprise!
Switzerland Global Enterprise works on behalf of the Confederation and the cantons to inform potential foreign investors about the advantages and framework conditions of Switzerland as a business location.
S-GE accompanies companies from abroad and evaluates their potential and projects before they are entrusted to the cantons.
S-GE supports the establishment of foreign companies by the cantons through a joint Swiss presence and the coordination of the activities of all the promotion offices of the Swiss business location.
In the interests of subsidiarity, Switzerland Global Enterprise focuses on the following services:
Marketing (drawing attention to Switzerland as a business location);
market analysis (identifying companies with settlement potential through their size, technologies and functions);
Identification of projects (contacts with companies interested in establishing themselves in Switzerland).
Link to the site https://www.s-ge.com/it/sbh
We have created a model based on artificial agents that describes some aspects of the diffusion dynamics of COVID-19, especially aspects related to the link between social behavior and contagion dynamics. There are two specificities in the socio-economic structure of the areas in northern Italy initially affected by the pandemic: the spread of small and medium sized companies, organized in territorial clusters (by superimposing maps of the location of the companies and maps of COVID 19 spread, the relationship is clear) and the presence of working men’s aggregations, typical of those areas...etc etc
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SMART APPRAISAL by RINA Prime Value Services!
The innovative system that allows to carry out inspections and technical surveys at a distance in a guided, protected and geo-referenced area.
SMART APPRAISAL by RINA Prime Value Services is a web application activated through all "mobile" authentication channels, and allows a significant optimization of the survey processes on each type of asset, guiding the user in a simple and effective way, allowing verification processes and feed back in real time!
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We have created a model based on artificial agents that describes some aspects of the dynamics of diffusion of COVID-19, especially aspects related to the link between social behaviour and contagion dynamics. There are two specificities in the socio-economic structure of the areas in northern Italy initially affected by the pandemic: the spread of small and medium sized companies, organized in territorial clusters (by superimposing maps of the location of the companies and maps of COVID 19 spread, the relationship is clear); the presence of a working men’s aggregation, typical of those areas.
Concerning this second point, we remind that meeting in the evening, typically indoors and involving age groups that are at risk, is a typical behaviour of the areas involved in the first flu spread. Just as the idea of proximity, i.e. being part of a community where social ties are intertwined with professional ties, leads to behavior that, on the one hand, is one of the keys to the economic success of these areas but, on the other hand, has generated favourable conditions for the spread of this particular pandemic, in addition to strictly economic behavior (trade fairs, product exhibitions), which is also linked to the spread of this particular variant of the flu virus.
The simulations we are carrying out seem to confirm this interpretation, and we hope they will be useful in identifying policies that combine effectiveness and respect for the production characteristics of these areas. The risk of the current measures, although necessary to protect public health, is that they will cause serious economic damage to the productive fabric of these areas. Our model suggests that a further restriction on businesses shutdown, while progressively increasing the number of sectors involved, has a significant impact on the contagion aspects only if all businesses are closed; on the other hand, from an economic point of view, it causes exponential damage both in terms of capitalization and production in the strict sense.
The results of the study will be published in the coming days.
Federico Cecconi – CSO QBT Sagl
Alessandro Barazzetti – Head of R&D, QBT sagl – Professor in Data analysis and advanced forecasting techniques, UCM Higher Education Institution