Introducing Real Technology to Enable IoT Systems and Applications

By Lapenna Sergio May 24, 2018 News
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In Southern Italy there are rumors and excitement for an innovative technology that allows anyone with basic knowledge and a do-it-yourself attitude to promptly enable a wide range of cyber-physical systems for the IoT.

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Last update: January 7, 2022
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Sergio Lapenna

Sergio Lapenna

Sergio is RT's Founder and CEO. He has extensive experience in ICT and IoT sectors, innovative start-ups management, business development, and organizational strategies. He is graduated in Automation Engineering from the University of Naples.
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