Smart Harbor @ Porto Turistico di Roma by Unidata

The Porto Turistico di Roma wanted to address two main pain points:

1) manual meters reading activity too long and too expensive

2) time for billings to customer customers' too long


  • Unidata
    Founded in 1985, Unidata is a leader in the telecommunications sector, with over 30 years of experience in Information and Communication Technology. Initially focused on hardware (PCs and Servers), became rapidly one of the first Italian Internet Service Provider and in 2004 it also became a Telco Company. Leveraging on the open-standard technology LoRa and LoRaWAN, the R&D department of Unidata has developed UniOrchestra, a connectivity platform, heart of all IoT solutions of the company and in 2016 Unidata became one of the first Italian IoT Service Provider.
  • Functional Applications - Remote Monitoring & Control Systems
    Networks & Connectivity - LoRa
    Sensors - Utility Meters
  • Cities & Municipalities
  • Business Operation
  • Advanced Production Planning and Scheduling
  • Inaugurated in June 2001, the Porto Turistico di Roma is located immediately south of the mouth of the river Tiber, just ten minutes' drive from Fiumicino - Leonardo da Vinci International airport and the magnificent ruins of Ostia Antica.The complex
  • Porto Turistico di Roma
  • The solution applied for phase one:

    - Adeunis Pulse 3

    - Unidata LoRaWAN Network

    - UniOrchestra

  • Auxiliary Consumption, Billing information , Electricity Meters, Response Time
  • Impact #1
    [Cost Reduction - Customer Service]

    Not only the organisation itself, but customers of the Porto Turistico di Roma have also gained immediate benefit from this smart solution, thanks to prompt readings of their consumption and the resulting drastic reduction in waiting times for invoices at the end of their mooring periods. 

    Impact #2
    [Efficiency Improvement - Productivity]

    Phase one of the Unidata project involved fitting the electricity meters of 110 commercial properties and 40 berths with sensors and software for metering and monitoring, at last eliminating the need for manual counting, which demanded considerable time and resources.

    Impact #3
    [Data Management - Data Accuracy]

    A second phase will shortly be implemented, with the fitting of sensors on the other meters, as well as the installation of smart water meters for a global consumption approach. In this way all the data will be accurate, securely stored and available for analytics.

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