Exhibitors 2018


Smart Alarm con innovativa tecnologia NB-IOT

The Mongoose project was born from the idea of ​​using an innovative technology called NB-IOT, a new communication protocol designed for the Internet of Things sector. This new way of internet connection will change in the future the relationship between man and object. In this technological period the number of people connected to the network is about 4 billion (Global Digital 2018), it is planned for 2020 that the objects connected to the internet will be about 35 billion (Ericsson research). Mongoose is designed to be a Smart Alarm that uses this new network to communicate GPS coordinates and track any object or person with better performances compared to the actual tracking solutions on the market.
The device is designed to be small, about 5cm X 3cm X 2cm, powered by a small battery. The main purpose is to protect from theft or loss of common goods such as vehicles, bags, pets or valuables and compared to existing devices on the market there are 3 main advantages: 1) Long battery life, up to 10 years , 2) Reduced dimensions (5cmX3cmX2cm) 3) Coverage in environments that are hostile to communication (eg cellars, screened vans).
The NB-IOT network will be present in Italy from September 2018 and will allow devices connected to this network countless advantages that will change the IOT world.
Italy


Smart Alarm con innovativa tecnologia NB-IOT

Mariano Cerbone, Lorenzo Arena,

Mariano Cerbone is the founder of the Mongoose project, he is a 29 years old entrepreneur with a degree in business at Luiss University of Rome. He comes from an entrepreneurial family in the construction sector and has quit at the moment his job for starting this new project. He worked in the past for L'Oreal Italia where he acquired skills in marketing and data analysis. His passion are new technologies.

Lorenzo Arena is the Project Manager of the Mongoose device. He graduated in Aerospace Engineering at the Sapienza University of Rome and currently works at D-Orbit on projects concerning the development of satellites. He contributed to the design the hardware and software part of the device.

Alessandro Massimo Giordano is the project manager of the infrastructural part of the Mongoose device. He graduated in Aerospace Engineering at the Sapienza University of Rome and currently works at the DLR in Munich. His job is to project and develop robotic systems for satellites. He contributed to the construction of the network infrastructure and the back-end system.


  C5 (pav. 4) - Mariano Cerbone
 2018

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