VIDEOS AND PODCASTS

We are facing a very big moment of discontinuity in Europe.
We need to have a new vision and new rules.
Mariuccia Teroni

The EU Commission’s proposals for the new start: the judgment of businesses
Eunews.it – May 28th 2020

VIDEOS

Mariuccia Teroni live interviewed by Mediaset
December 14th, 2017 | Video in Italian – English subtitles | Duration 2.56

FacilityLive’s Chair Mariuccia Teroni talks about the importance of introducing technology to the new generations and the impact of robots and artificial intelligence on jobs in a live interview on Mattino 5, the Mediaset daily TV programme broadcasted by Canale 5. “With the FacilityLive Coding4Kids we let kids discover the world of coding and show them how good it is having technology do what you want it to do” said Mariuccia.

Gianpiero Lotito at the European Parliament
March 18th, 2014 | Video in English | Duration 0.33

Gianpiero Lotito was guest speaker at the European Internet Forum (EIF)’s debate dedicated to the launch of their “The digital world in 2030” report.

Mariuccia Teroni tells her story at EUFactor
May 31st, 2016 | Video in Italian | Duration 3.25

Our Chair Mariuccia Teroni told her success story in the “How I met science” thematic conference at the #EUFactor Roadshow organised by La Sapienza University. The event was an occasion of dialogue and matching between the world of science and the young generations between 16 and 19 years to let them grow their interest for the STEMs (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) in line with the purposes of the #EUFactor project of the European Commission. 

FacilityLive: history, future and connections with Pavia’s ecosystem
July 30th, 2016 | Video in Italian – English subtitles | Duration 11.22

RaiNews24 visited FacilityLive headquarters in Pavia on July 18th 2016. FacilityLive is one of the players in the Pavia’s ecosystem. Interrelating with institutions, other companies and the University, FacilityLive achieves the Small Valley model, defined first by Gianpiero Lotito and recognised as the European alternative to Silicon Valley. Small Valley are indeed all the many small historical towns in Europe that can become centres of digital culture and innovation thanks to young people and entrepreneurs that live there, prestigious University and innovative companies that believes in the European digital renaissance. The video was registered in FacilityLive’s headquarters in Pavia by Luca Gaballo (Chief Editor, Rai News24).

Mariuccia Teroni at Bolzano Orientagiovani (a Confindustria event)
Oct 10th, 2016 | Video in Italian | Duration 2.40

On November 10th, 2016 Mariuccia Teroni presented FacilityLive as the European tech platform of the future at the event Orientagiovani in Bolzano, Italy, organised by Confindustria. Platforms are a possible path for Europe to be competitive in the digital global market in the next 30 years. A market that will open up thousands of job positions for creatives, philosopher, designers and young people in Europe.

Gianpiero Lotito participation at “21 Minuti – The Human Startup”
November 29th, 2015 | Video in Italian | Duration 21.55

Gianpiero Lotito, Founder & CEO of FacilityLive, was one of the guest speakers at “21 Minuti – The Human Startup” event organised by Fondazione Paoletti in Milano on November 29th, 2015. Speakers, most of them startupper, tackled the topic of the digital renaissance where human capital is the main growth factor. Lotito brought his personal experience and told the successful story of FacilityLive that is developing a next generation search technology that thinks and treats information in the same way as humans do.

PODCASTS

Gianpiero Lotito talks about his experience at the UN on Rai Radio 2


October 3rd, 2018 | Podcast in Italian | Duration 7.10 min

Gianpiero Lotito, Founder & CEO of FacilityLive, was live interviewed by Rai Radio 2 in the “Caterpillar” daily programme. Gianpiero described the emotions he experienced during his speech at the UN (United Nations) in the occasion of the “International Non-Violence Day” on October 2nd (the event to commemorate the anniversary of Indian activist, Mahatma Gandhi’s birth).

RDS Made-in-Italy hosts FacilityLive


October 25th, 2018 | Podcast in Italian | Duration 1.39 min

Gianpiero Lotito, Founder & CEO of FacilityLive, was interviewed by the Italian radio station RDS on the origins of FacilityLive, the current company valuation, the Founder’s decision of growing the company in Italy, the FacilityLive platform benefits and uniqueness.

Relationship between technological development and daily life of humans


July 30th, 2018 | Podcast in Italian | Duration 20 min

Gianpiero Lotito, Founder & CEO of FacilityLive, and Gianpiero Perri, SVP Italian Public Affairs of FacilityLive, were interviewed by Vatican Radio – the official radio channel of the Vatican – on the relationship between technological development and daily life of humans. “We are living one of those moments called ‘discontinuity’ in the technological history. They are moments when it is possible to change things. The real challenge right now is to understand this digital world, deciding if we want to be a proactive part of it, and thus build it, or if we want to wait, becoming consumers or users subjected to it” says Lotito.

Advanced search systems, optical fiber and startups


June 16th, 2017 | Podcast in Italian | Duration 26 min

Gianpiero Lotito, Founder & CEO of FacilityLive, was interviewed by journalist Enrico Pagliarini on Radio 24, the Italian all-news radio station owened by Il Sole 24 ORE, in “2024”: a programme dedicated to Internet and technology that speaks about the present and looks at the future. Gianpiero talked about FacilityLive, the innovative technology for the management, organisation and search of information that is used by major institutions and leading global companies and is considered one of the European software platforms of the future.

Brexit Watch: the UK’s Tech Industry


April 27th, 2017 | Podcast in English | Duration 6.53 min

“Right now, the cooperation between public administrations, academic environment and private enteprises is the best mix to foster an innovative industry in a market that needs Champions and new emerging companies. In the next 5 to 10 years we will be able to have companies of the scale of Google and Amazon in Europe. But this possibility needs the right conditions to succeed” says Lotito.

Mariuccia Teroni @ L’altra Europa: start from the youngest to develop a new digital culture.


April 15th, 2017 | Podcast in Italian | Duration 4.10

On April 15th Mariuccia Teroni, Founder & Chair of FacilityLive, was interviewed by Radio 24, the Italian all-news radio station owened by Il Sole 24 Ore. Mariuccia spoke about our FacilityLive Coding4Kids initiative in the programme L’altra Europa that every Saturday presents European news and projects. Our Founder told the conductor Federico Taddia that we should start from the youngest to develop a new digital culture. Mariuccia Teroni’s quote from interview: “Digital transformation is a cultural revolution that will involve all of us and our lives, regardless of our age, of our work and what we do. It is a very important moment to live and especially a moment to live for today’s kids.”

What post-Brexit UK can offer to EU tech companies

March 24th, 2017 | Podcast in English | Duration 4.10

On Friday March 24th, 2017 Gianpiero Lotito spoke about the opportunities post-Brexit UK can currently offer to European tech companies, during the interview at Share Radio, the UK financial radio station, during the programme Share Radio Breakfast that reports every day the main news about business, corporate and economical environments. Gianpiero answered to the questions of journalist Nigel Cassidy about the post-Brexit future of European firms listed on the London Stock Exchange.

Facility Live: an innovation made in Italy


July 25th, 2016 | Podcast in Italian | Duration 2.55

Gianpiero Lotito, Founder & CEO of FacilityLive, was interviewed by Radio 24, the Italian all-news radio station owned by Il Sole 24 Ore, on July 25th 2016, told the innovative story of FacilityLive. Starting from the 80’s when, together with his co-founder Mariuccia Teroni, he started working in information management in the publishing world, to the present digital world in which people produce, share and use information in every moment of their lives; so the real challenge of the future, on what FacilityLive has betted since the beginning, will be giving people a personal way to access to this amount of information letting them finding exactly what they are looking for.

The Small Valley model


February 13th, 2016 | Podcast in Italian | Duration 7.30

Gianpiero Lotito, Founder & CEO of FacilityLive, was interviewed by Radio 24, the Italian all-news radio station owned by Il Sole 24 Ore, on July 25th 2016, told the innovative story of FacilityLive. Starting from the 80’s when, together with his co-founder Mariuccia Teroni, he started working in information management in the publishing world, to the present digital world in which people produce, share and use information in every moment of their lives; so the real challenge of the future, on what FacilityLive has betted since the beginning, will be giving people a personal way to access to this amount of information letting them finding exactly what they are looking for.

FacilityLive and the Internet of Things


November 30th, 2015 | Podcast in Italian | Duration 15.10

Gianpiero Lotito, Founder & CEO of FacilityLive, was interviewed on November 30th, 2015 at ETA BETA on Rai Radio 1 about the differencies between FacilityLive and the current search engines. Gianpiero explained that softwares like Google manage only the 3% of the information available online, doing it by massive computation and statistics. FacilityLive is interested in the other 97% and it aims at providing people a personal access to those data with a different approach based on the principle of the pertinence. It will be very useful, concluded Gianpiero, in the future when we will have to handle data everywhere and everytime in smart cities and in the Internet of Things.