GIS and IoT, a perfect match. Hands on code of a platform to collect real time IoT data to monitor and analyze events for prevention and a prompt intervention

EAI MobilityIoT 2023 will be held as an on-site conference and if needed, Accepted Authors who are unable to attend the event in person will be given an option to present remotely.



Matteo Carpella

Fullstack Developer and Team Leader.
Computer Engineer with a passion for cloud architectures and Javascript frameworks, especially Vue.js.
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.


Luca Fregolon

Backend developer.
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


Matteo Caliandro

Certified DevOps Engineer and Kubernetes Administrator.
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.
In February 2023, 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.

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