Graduated in 1997 from the University of Bologna in Automation
Engineering, he joined IEMA in 1999 and started developing motion control software for automatic machines with the Elau system, leading the company to become a system integrator. In 2004 he became an associate of IEMA. He contributed to the development of the software department by hiring and training experienced engineers on motion platforms and developing software for high-speed automatic machines. Today he follows the development of the software teams (120 engineers) of the companies of the IEMA group, research projects for innovation, and relations with partners.
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