RTD projects in which SATA is presently participating
since 2019 to 2020
EURINV is a project co-funded by the European Commission in the frame of the CEF Telecom eInvoicing programme. The project is coordinated by the Polytechnic University of Valencia (Spain) and includes the participation of SATA and of other 11 partners from Belgium, Germany, Finland, France, Ireland, Holland, Slovakia and Spain. Most partners already provide an eInvoicing service in their own countries, with the EURINV project they commit themselves to adapt it to the European norms (and then to the EN standard formats) as introduced by the 2014/55/EU Directive that makes electronic invoicing against Public Administrations of the continent mandatory. Concerning SATA, besides adapting its FullInvoice service based on the HUB MultiDOC platform, undertakes to extend and experiment it (in collaboration with the Economic University of Bratislava) in the context of the specific need and rules in force in Slovakia. Final tests on conformity to norms and cross-border interoperability are required to prove the success of the performed work.
since 2019 to 2020
EUROLogin is a project co-funded by the European Commission in the frame of the CEF Telecom eIdentification programme. The project is coordinated by the Polytechnic University of Valencia (Spain) and includes the participation of SATA and of other four partners from Cyprus, Great Britain, Ireland and Spain, respectively. Every partner already provides a cloud service in its country, with the EUROLogin project it is committed to make that service accessible at the European scale through the eIDAS (electronic IDentification Authentication and Signature) network. The cloud service that SATA will improve assures the automatic conversion of business documents, in particular invoices, from their original PDF format to a European standard format. For the purpose of this project SATA has already obtained the support by AgID (Agenzia per l’Italia Digitale), the responsible organization of the Italian eIDAS node. By the end of the project it is required that each partner overcomes a conformity test consisting in accesses to the service by users from other European countries.
since 2018 to 2019
AS4EU is a project co-funded by the European Commission in the frame of the CEF Telecom eDelivery programme. The project is coordinated by the Polytechnic University of Valencia (Spain) and is participated by other five partners form Italy (precisely SATA), Belgium, Ireland, Spain and United Kingdom in the role of online service providers. Project aim is putting the partners in the condition to make their respective services evolve by adopting an Access Point, and the SMP local registries of the CEF network, based on the new AS4 requirements in place of those AS2 presently used. By the project end it is foreseen that each partner undergoes a strict connectivity and conformity test with respect to the AS4 standard, thus qualifying as an operational node of the CEF network.
since 2014 to 2018
RIGERS is a project co-financed by the Ministry of Education, University and Research (MIUR) within the Smart Cities national program. Its focus is on building regeneration, with particular reference to energy consumption, and for that objective, it defines a specific methodology for diagnosis and intervention. The project is coordinated by ICIE (Bologna) and SATA is in charge of realising the interoperable platform able to collect, normalise and make available the relevant data of the buildings of interest.
RTD projects in which SATA participated in the last 10 years
since 2016 to 2017
XDOCS is a project co-financed by the Emilia-Romagna region within the POR FESR 2014-2020 program. Its focus is on the topic, very up-to-date and complex, of document dematerialization, starting from historical documents, and it proposes an innovative approach to the almost-automatic indexing of their contents, also for hand-written documents. The project is performed with the scientific support of the Softech-ICT laboratory of the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia.
since 2013 to 2015
CO-EFFICIENT was a project co-financed within the European program INTERREG Med. Its focus was the realisation of a trans-national Living Lab on eServices able to promote energy through transport optimisation, business document dematerialization and evaluation of the logistic impact of distributed planning in enterprise networks. Coordinated by the University of Maribor (Slovenia), other Italian participants were ITL Foundation (Bologna) and CNA (Modena).
since 2012 to 2014
ESSENCE was a project co-financed within the European program INTERREG Med. Its focus was to develop and experiment an ICT platform to support the collaboration processes involving SMEs, and in particular to evaluate the impact of transport costs and times both in the distributed planning and in the exception handling. Coordinated by ILIM (Poland), other Italian participants were ITL Foundation (Bologna) and Bologna Province.
since 2010 to 2012
RFIS-ROI-SME was a project co-financed within the European program CIP-ICT-PSP. Its focus was the realisation of eight pilot cases of RFID technology application at SMEs of different countries and sectors. SATA provides the technological solution in two pilot cases, using also the open-source middleware ASPIRE: (i) to optimise surveillances in construction sites, with BRIDGE 129, (ii) to optimise the document management processes at CNA Milan and Modena. RFID-ROI-SME was coordinated by UEAPME.
since 2010 to 2012
eBest was a project co-financed within the European program CAPACITIES-SME of 7th Framework Program. Its focus was the development of an eService platform for SMEs of the service and sub-contracting sector, and their networks, so as to facilitate their collaboration and increase their capability of fast reaction and optimisation of the resource use. Co-ordinated by CNA (Modena), SATA was in charge of in the design and development of the software platform.
since 2008 to 2012
KASSETTS was a project co-financed within the European program INTERREG Central Europe. Its focus was the Development of an ICT infrastructure to support collaboration, demand aggregation and optimisation of regional and trans-national transports managed by a network of brokers a the European scale. SATA participates in the software development together with the Department of Information Engineering of the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia. Co-ordinated by Fondazione ITL.