Tyto S.r.l. was founded in 2013 as a Software Engineering Company. It operates in the sector of design and implementation of cloud-based or on-premise information systems. A good part of these projects is based on the use of territorial and georeferenced data.
Tyto immediately aimed to build relationships at an international and university level, participating in various conferences organized abroad by various universities, initially as an observer, then as a speaker and finally as an organizer.
The services offered by Tyto include the design and implementation of complex solutions, based on scalable architectures and which preferably use open source technology.
With its corporate mission, Tyto aims to spread the use of open source software both in the public administration and in the private sector.
The company vision is to bring innovation, producing code of excellent quality and pleasant use at reasonable operating costs.
We believe in sharing knowledge and developing ideas in a collaborative manner. We believe in research and innovation. We are fascinated by unconventional solutions.
We like to listen. We like to communicate. We are committed to providing state of the art products, solutions and services that match or are superior to what is required.
Tyto is specialized in the development of projects preferably based on open source software.
Electronic Engineer and member of the Innovation Commission of the Trento Register of Engineers.
For about ten years I have been a consultant as Java Architect for the JRC, Joint Research Centre, the European Commission's in-house science service. I have consulted for large national companies, the World Bank and some Governments. I attended as a speaker in conferences held by a dozen European universities.
I really like getting lost in the woods behind my house, on foot or by bike.
I started by programming web interfaces and then I also dedicated myself to the backend, falling in love with Quarkus. For the past couple of years I have concentrated mainly on the design and development of the frontend part and I coordinate the Tytoers team in the development and development of projects.
I'm also a huge beer aficionado, always on the lookout for new styles and intriguing flavors.
Computer engineer specialized in backend services development. I am interested in software architectures, in particular distributed systems.I develop applications in Quarkus, Spring Boot and Python. Lately I’m also dealing with GIS and IoT systems. I like to research and watch videos about things that I will never need.
I have always cultivated a great interest in the world of Open Source and, as a lover of the Linux world, I bring this enthusiasm with me to the Cloud Computing sector.
After 3 years of experience as SysAdmin and network technician, now I design and develop Cloud-based architectures for containerized and micro-service oriented applications, and I optimize CI/CD automation processes for large national and European companies.
I obtained the certification in "Certified Kubernetes Administrator" (CKA) issued by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF).
I am a lover of good food and exotic specialties, accompanied by a good glass of wine or a mug of beer.
Over the years I have touched various production sectors, from design for fashion to illustration for publishing. I currently deal with logo design, corporate image and I take care of the graphic aspect of applications in order to improve the user experience. Always fascinated by the world of animation and 3D, I develop personal projects and prototypes, experimenting with new paths and possibilities. Distinguishing features: cat lady.
Telecommunication Engineer, subscribed to the Association of Engineers of Trento (Italy), section A, having an italian Master Degree in Telecommunication Engineer and an irish MsC in Digital Investigation and Forensic Computing.
Certified CCE (Certified Computer Examiner) by the International Society of Forensic Computer Examiners, working in the following fields: forensic computing, cyber security, system administration, GDPR, system integration, software and web development, teaching.
Currently teaching and working as Senior Reasearch Engineer also at University of Trento (Department of Information Engineering and Computer Science)
I love martial arts and meditation and cannot stop studying anything I find about science, technology and life.
Most projects are designed to run in the cloud. Cloud computing offers the flexibility, scalability and power necessary to run almost all programs in production in recent years.
Flexibility concerns the ability to access virtually unlimited resources when needed, and to free those resources when they are not needed. Think about the computing power and bandwidth needed at times of peak usage (typically during the day) and how few resources are needed at times of low usage (at night or during holidays). Scalability means excellent performance at times of peak use and means cost-effectiveness of the service when resources are freed because they are not needed.
These results are achieved using particular architectures and complex technologies that require great specialization and experience.
Tyto, since it's constitution, is actively cooperating with the biggest European Research Centers and Universities.
The projects followed in these ten years have allowed the entire company to work in areas where the concept of complexity is often moved to a particularly high level.
We are talking about aspects of security, reliability, computing power or storage, reaction times, or the fact that the code was requested for mission critical areas.
Working in research means having the opportunity to experiment with innovative solutions and work with international experts.
Business Intelligence and data analysis are a set of tools and techniques that allow you to extract from a large amount of data, rules for corporate development and decision support. With the increase of information stored on the databases and the increase of heterogeneous sources of data, these techniques have become a strategic tool for process optimization and business
The Internet of Things refers to a set of technologies that allow any type of device to be connected to the Internet. The purpose of this type of solution is essentially to monitor and control and transfer information and then carry out consequent actions.
In a city environment, for example, a detector placed in a street can control the street lamps and signal whether the lamp is working, but the same detector could, if adequately equipped, also signal information on the quality of the air or the presence of people.
The majority of information coming from IoT devices has a precise meaning if and only if it is associated with two pieces of information: the place and the time of detection.
The most convenient way of reading IoT data is therefore linked to the GIS world, i.e. an interface which, through the display of a map, gives the possibility to query the stations containing the IoT sensors directly given that they are geographically located in a precise point.
The next step is to display on the map the evolution over time of the data from a specific sensor or set of sensors. This set of data is defined as a time-series of values and allows the identification of periodicity in the change of the data and also allows the identification of correlations between the variations of the data up to the identification of cause-effect phenomena.
Landis is the GIS-IoT solution born from the joint venture between Arcadia SIT and Tyto. Arcadia SIT is a company specialized in GIS solutions. Tyto deals with solutions related to the IoT and Cloud world.
The collaboration between the two companies has made it possible to bring to the market a versatile, efficient product based on latest generation IT technologies, capable of creating customized user solutions.
In the development of Landis the aim was to create a professional product, without management limits in terms of number of layers and objects, capable of providing an effective solution for data distribution and support for vertical applications that require cartographic information.
Ergonomic user interface, customizable and immediately understandable by the user.
High performance in information management, independent of the number of thematic levels, the geographical extension and the number of cartographic elements.
Modular configuration and customizable features
Infrastructure capable of adapting to a growing number of information and system users.
Tools for the integration of data and applications both as an extension of WebGIS and with third-party products.
Dynamic command toolbar
LANDIS features a dynamic command bar that is configured based on the modules exposed to each user. Each button on the toolbar activates a command or a state and is accompanied by a Tooltip that describes its functionality. The toolbar graphics can be customized for colors, icons and tooltips.
New features can be added to the command bar by adding new buttons.
LANDIS is a multi-window system, meaning it allows you to manage one / two windows for representing maps. If 2 windows are activated in each dynamically, the user can choose which raster and vector themes to display. A series of commands in the toolbar allow you to define the geographic synchronism between the windows so that the geographic area and scale of representation in one window is automatically activated and maintained in the other.
The windows can be resized by the user with the mouse to configure the data presentation that best suits their needs.
The cartographic navigation functions are: pan, zoom in, zoom out, maximum extension zoom, zoom in, zoom out, zoom box which can be activated by acting on the appropriate controls provided by the interface or directly with the mouse.
The legend can be displayed or hidden, and allows the user to define the contents of the mapwindow:
• on / off display of layers and layer groups
• Definition of three-level layer groups
• Selection of the active layer, on which the subsequent operations are carried out (e.g. editing)
• Transparency management for each layer
• View metadata tab for each layer
• Selection and export of a layer (shp, klm, other formats).
Integration with Google WMS services, OpenStreetMap, Street View
WMS base layers such as Google Map, OpenStreetMap, Bing, etc. layers are actively maintained. The data is published in a single Reference System thanks to an on the fly transformation.
WMS layers can be activated or deactivated as base maps for proprietary themes, for example, technical cartography (DBT, CTR, I.G.M., etc.) as a reference base and background. The coordinates displayed are those of the reference system chosen by the user in the publication project.
Other WMS layers can be dynamically activated and inserted in the legend, by directly accessing the portal that exposes the layers.
Consultation of attributes and documents
The function allows you to select a cartographic element or elements of interest and view the associated information attributes in system or customized forms. Documents and images available in formats are also managed in the consultation phase.
Measurement of distances, areas, and coordinates
Interactively, by acting with the mouse, the user can request the coordinates of points, the length of linear elements and the surface of areal elements, dynamically acquiring points of interest.
Landis includes a search engine (Query) that allows the search for cartographic elements on the basis of the alphanumeric data associated with the elements. The search and display of the element(s) can be activated. The search is carried out by feature and can combine multiple fields and criteria linked with AND/OR; the result of a query is listed in a form that allows the user to select the item of interest and view it, highlighted, in the mapwindow in the center of the geographical window. Queries are automatically saved in a legend section and can be recalled for execution.
The printing module allows you to select a geographical area, the topics of interest and to parameterize the print format for the production of print spooling on a printer or PDF file.
Landis integrates a data reporting module, based on Jasper-Eclipse, which allows the design of customized reports to produce analysis and information presentation outputs, which can be accompanied with various types of graphs.
Landis has an editing environment for both the geometric component and the attributes of the geographic elements.
During the project setup phase, each user can be enabled by the administrator to edit a series of features. The features that the user can edit are highlighted in the legend; by selecting one of these features and acting on the edit command button the user begins the session. Landis activates a dynamic editing command bar that is automatically configured based on the type of feature selected (area, line, point). Editing management can be shared simultaneously by multiple users with the "Object Lock" logic, i.e. every single object selected for editing by a user is reserved for that user until the end of the modification. Other users who try to access the same object in editing are warned that the object is "Locked". Each update carried out is automatically updated on all client stations at the first refresh of the mapwindow.
Landis has a routing calculation module that allows you to select a starting point, an arrival point and one or more mandatory stopover points.
Once the points described above have been identified, Routing calculates the optimal route and lists all the road elements involved.
Management of 3D images
Landis manages oblique images: “multiple high definition shots: nadiral and oblique in the cardinal directions. Nadiral images are equivalent to orthophotos with high geometric resolutions, using oblique images, however, panoramic representations of landscapes or elements of interest can be obtained.
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