Graduated in Environmental Engineering and Resources (at University of Pavia, in the splendid Mantova headquarters) and former engineer with a Master in Science of Environmental Engineering at the University of Aalborg (DK) in 1999-2002. He prefers to define hiself as a happy and enthusiastic GIS developer. GIS knowledge and passion for computer science date back to his Master in Denmark. Since 2003 he is working as a freelancer.
Environmental Engineer expert in Hydrology and Hydrogeology specialized in Image processing and using of laser scanner. In each project finds the best solution using rationality, dynamism and the best technologies available to meet customer needs.
Graduated in Land Protection Engineering (at Politecnico di Torino) achieved a PhD in GeoEngineering in 2012. So far he has been teaching GIS and thematic cartography for 4 years at University as an external lecturer. From 2012 he focused on 3D survey and GIS application, being a co-founder of Ise-net S.r.l. a company specialized in laser scanner and UAV acquisition. From 2016 collaborates with different Architecture and Engineering company aiming to introduce 4.0 innovation.
Expert in 3D Laser Scanning since 2007. He works on all facets of laser scanning from mission planning to delivery of final models. Expert advisor helps customers during all project phases focussing on 3D models and Cad applications to improve project itself feasibility.
Graduated in surveyor at Enrico Fermi Institute of Ciriè (Torino) in 2004. After his professional traineeship, he enrolled in the surveyor register. In 2007 he founded with another surveyor Pro-Geo an important topographical company. Massimo with his collaborators in Pro-geo works on acquisition with laser scanner and bathymetric survey, territorial planning, topography, cadastre, technical appraisals and energetical certification.
Born in Cagli and resident in Turin, graduated in the History of Art and Design. Since 2010 he deals with integration between design and new technology. Every day he tries to combine tradition and innovation to produce functional design solutions by employing user-centric design principles. When he is not focused on choosing a new colour palette you can find he running or doing CrossFit or most likely he's eating something.