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Sensoworks: Italian Excellence in Critical Infrastructure Monitoring at MFR2023

Sensoworks: Italian Excellence in Critical Infrastructure Monitoring

Sensoworks at Maker Faire Rome: visit the event to meet the italian company that’s changing the way to monitor critical infrastructure

Thanks to Sensoworks, an Italian company founded in Rome just in January 2020, the Internet of Things (IoT) sector is experiencing a revolution. Sensoworks has rapidly risen to prominence as a leader in intelligent monitoring of civil critical infrastructure, including bridges, viaducts, roads, highways, tunnels, and water networks. In this article, we will dive deep into Sensoworks' growth, analyzing its innovative solutions and their impact on the global market.

The importance of monitoring for critical infrastructure

Critical infrastructure refers to the assets and systems that are essential for the functioning of a society, such as power grids, water supplies, transportation systems, and communication networks. These systems are highly complex and are designed to be reliable and resilient, but they can still be vulnerable to various threats, such as cyberattacks, natural disasters, and equipment failures. Therefore, it is crucial to ensure that critical infrastructure is continuously monitored to identify and address any issues that may arise.

Monitoring for critical infrastructure is a vital tool. It allows operators to monitor the performance and status of infrastructure assets, using sensors, cameras, and other monitoring devices. Technology enables operators to detect and respond to issues quickly before they escalate into major problems.

Here are some of the reasons why monitoring is essential for critical infrastructure:
1. Early Detection of Issues
2. Preventative Maintenance
3. Improved Security
4. Data Collection and Analysis
5. Compliance with Regulatory Requirements

Italian Innovation at its best

Sensoworks represents a true model of Italian innovation. In just three years since its inception, the company has proven to be at the forefront of critical infrastructure monitoring, significantly contributing to the safety and efficiency of critical projects in Italy and abroad.
One of Sensoworks standout solutions is the monitoring of viaducts in southern Italy; highway segments. This advanced monitoring approach provides real-time data on the structural health of viaducts, enabling timely interventions to ensure the safety.

Furthermore, Sensoworks has collaborated with major Italian municipalities in monitoring water infrastructure, ensuring a stable supply of clean drinking water, a crucial service for community well-being.

Cybersecurity at the forefront

A catapult to success for Sensoworks was its victory in the prestigious Cybersecurity Made in Italy challenge, organised by Tim and Telsy, Tim’s cybersecurity subsidiary. This
competition involved over 50 Italian startups, but Sensoworks stood out with its.
Operational Technology (OT) cybersecurity monitoring solution for critical Italian infrastructure. This achievement captured the attention of key players in both the Italian and international

Global-scale achievements

Sensoworks has also received an exclusive invitation to participate in the international event Collision, held annually in Toronto, Canada. This is the largest tech event in North America, renowned for carefully selecting a limited number of highly innovative international companies. Sensoworks' participation further solidified its position as a strategic technological partner for high-value innovative projects with significant global impact.

Another noteworthy international milestone is the partnership established with prominent American companies, including CyberActa, Veridat, and Frontiere. This collaboration led to registration with the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and bolstered Sensoworks; presence in the fields of cybersecurity, privacy, data integrity, and regulatory compliance, leveraging blockchain technology.

In addition to these achievements, Sensoworks has embarked on a significant international project that will unfold in major Australian cities. This venture focuses on smart parking solutions, aiming to revolutionize parking management in Australia; largest urban centers.

Sensoworks expertise in IoT and infrastructure monitoring positions it as a key player in the development of smart parking systems across major Australian cities, promising to enhance urban mobility and convenience significantly. This expansion into the Australian market underscores Sensoworks commitment to delivering innovative solutions on a global scale.

Sensoworks’ bright future

Sensoworks is demonstrating that high-quality innovation and technology can emerge from Italy and successfully compete on a global scale. Its rapid growth and international success are a testament to the company’s dedication to the security and efficiency of critical infrastructure.
With its unwavering commitment to innovation and collaboration with strategic partners worldwide, Sensoworks is poised to continue making a difference in the critical infrastructure monitoring sector in the coming years. We eagerly anticipate how this company will continue to redefine industry standards and contribute to the safety and reliability of crucial infrastructure worldwide.

Come visit Sensworks at Maker Faire Rome 2023 on October 20 – 22 and get to know the solutions it offers in greater details. Tickets to Maker Faire Rome will be up soon.


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