The military might of imperial Rome did not depend on the numerical superiority of its legions, but rather the visionary outlook of its emperor, Julius Caesar, known for predicting his adversary’s moves in advance.
The strategies, technological and engineering skills of this man, in the tales told by the chroniclers of his time, suggest he was something of a visionary who saw a mysterious and magical world that remained invisible to others.
Caesar’s experimental gains on the battlefield also changed life for whole populations, creating a new kind of civilisation, studied and in certain ways imitated to these days.
More than two thousand years have passed, and history repeats itself: in fact, in the 1950s, thanks to the development of telecommunications in the military sector, the IT network was born, internet, something that changed our habits, customs and lives radically in a very short lapse of time.
A few decades later, this change might appear to be dated, because on the horizon an interconnected society looms, giving people the chance to connect with each other using an invisible medium. What’s more, machines can now communicate and interact with each other, analyse data and take decisions.
Our company has always been specialised in ultraviolet photopolymerisation technology; an excellent example of Cross Industry Innovation.
We develop processes and design installations that use UV light – technology that has introduced some radical changes in the production processes of many industries, such as:
For over 25 years we’ve been successfully developing and installing UV photopolymerisation solutions and installations for hundreds of customers, in a wide range of sectors all over the world. We develop and design customized solutions made-to-measure to meet our customer’s requirements.
We already offer our customers a competitive product on the market, but we’re always looking to the future. To avoid disturbing Julius Caesar more than we already have, let’s quote Klaus Schwab, the founder of the World Economic Forum: “In the new world, it is not the big fish which eats the small fish, it’s the fast fish which eats the slow fish.”
This means that, regardless of their size, enterprises able to adapt quickly and faster than others to economic changes will stand out from the crowd of the competition.
We strive to put this philosophy at our customers’ service.