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“Social and civil development must not be a by-product of economic development, but a consciously pursued goal”. – Federico Caffé
The Caffè Award is dedicated to the great Italian economist Federico Caffè to reward the effort of enterprises that look beyond numbers, towards new economic visions that are sustainable from an environmental and social point of view, to create something special for their community .
Loccioni was among this year awarded Companies. According to the journalist Michele Buono: “Loccioni is the real example of how the social dimension of any Company, its committment to its territory and people, are not just a human vision, but a winning long-term model”
The award was dedicated to Graziella Rebichini Loccioni, “who is part of this beautiful story”.
You will say: “What school is it if you do not read and write?”
Norberto Patrignani and Mirella Mazzarini present the first book, published by Loccioni, on digital technologies resulting from an educational experimentation between our company and school. In addition to write and read, as we have done, future generations will also learn how to write (and read!) Computer programs.
Pupi Avati’s story deserves a movie. He is one of the masters of Italian cinema, with 49 career films. He started off as a jazz musician in Bologna and then started making movies with Federico Fellini and Pier Paolo Pasolini, two of the most brillant italian directors of all times.
The focus of Pupi Avati’s speech at Loccioni was to never settle, but always do more in order to respect your talent. Because the most beautiful day of your life, the one in which all dreams come true, is always tomorrow.
That is how Avio Aero named the Wet Rig project, developed together with Loccioni to test GE Aviation’s new ATP motors (Advanced Turbo Prop).
The control room built at the Avio Aero’s plant in Brindisi (Italy) simulates the atmospheric conditions of every stage of fly in order to verify safety and reliability of a virtual motor, which is recreated by the interaction of hardware modules (the two gearboxes) and the control system called FADEC (Full Authority Digital Engine Control system).
This combination makes it possible to simulate the motor’s behavior while it is still in a development stage, thus boosting the implementation process of this technology.
The Wet Rig project is one of the peaks of Loccioni’s experience in the aerospace sector. Alongside with the Circular Traversing System (read The Giant of the Forest) developed in 2016, it is one of the milestones of Loccioni’s partnership with Avio Aero (a GE Aviation business).
What we are doing today, our work, our choices can make the difference.
Living our time looking to the future, to leave better than we found.
Best wishes to all of you and your families.
On the occasion of the XVI edition of the Business Culture Week organized by Confindustria (the General Confederation of Italian Industry), Museimpresa organizes and promotes a rich calendar of events involving the entire territory, in order to directly live the history of our Country. This year, from 10th to 24th November 2017, it launches a reflection on “the languages of growth: culture, company, territory”.
We do support this initiative! On 22nd November we will open our doors and give the people the opportunity to take a closer look to our way of combining people, technology, business culture and territory.