Engineering Group is one of the main actors in the digital transformation of both public and private companies and organisations, with an innovative range of services for the main market segments. With 40+ locations (in Italy, Belgium, Germany, Norway, Serbia, Spain, Switzerland, Sweden, Argentina, Mexico, Brazil and USA), the Engineering Group designs, develops, and manages innovative solutions for the areas of business where digitalisation generates major change, such as Digital Finance, Smart Government & E-Health, Augmented City, Digital Industry, Smart Energy & Utilities, and Digital media & Communication. With its activities and projects, the Group is helping to modernise the world in which we live and work, combining specialist skills in the final frontier of technologies, technological infrastructures organised in a unique hybrid multi-cloud model, and the ability to interpret new business models. With important investments in R&D, Engineering plays a leading role in research, coordinating national and international projects and participating in international networks playing the dual role of promoting research on software at an international level and transferring innovation to the production cycle of the business structures.

Role in InteGRIDy:
ENG will work on the definition of the overall InteGRIDy architecture by contributing not only in the definition of scenarios and use cases, in the elicitation of requirements but also in the integration of the wide set of components, tools, methods and methodologies that the Consortium is putting at disposal of the project. ENG has a long experience in software engineering also in number of research initiatives (INGRID FP7, GEYSER FP7, ELSA H2020, only to mention the most recent ones). A strong participation is foreseen also in tasks related to the optimisation of energy flows, a topic that has been widely developed in large projects like INGRID. As large enterprise and IT company ENG will also contribute to the definition of business models for the InteGRIDy future sustainability.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s H2020 research and innovation programme under the grant agreement No 731268