Carlo Poloni


Carlo Poloni is the president of ESTECO. A Professor of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Trieste, he co-founded ESTECO in 1999. He previously worked at Aeritalia and Sincrotrone Trieste and joined the University of Trieste as a researcher with a focus on Multidisciplinary Design Optimization. He has authored more than 100 papers and collaborates with international companies and organizations. He is also a member of the board of the Italian Chapter of INCOSE.

Freight trains and containers on tracks from above illustrate the complexity of port logistics optimization
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BPMN in transportation: ESTECO's pivotal role in port logistics optimization

Written by Carlo Poloni May 11 2021 · 8 min read
Our BPMN editor, Cardanit, was part of a project used to optimize the railway system model of the port of Trieste, in Italy, to find out current bottlenecks. Documental procedures and train movements became business processes to analyze and scrutinize in order to further develop the project.
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America's Cup AC75 yachts revving up for competition in Aukland
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ESTECO technology for America's Cup - AC75 yachts flying on water in Auckland

Written by Carlo Poloni Dec 16 2020 · 5 min read
Sailing yachts have always represented fruitful ground for multidisciplinary design optimization. At the same time, sailing is an important element of local culture in our hometown, Trieste. No surprise that challenges in this field have accompanied the development of ESTECO from the very beginning.
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Business people working on collaborative engineering and leveraging the right technology to achieve great innovation ideas
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Key ingredients of effective decision making in the era of collaborative engineering

Written by Carlo Poloni Apr 29 2019 · 5 min read
Engineers of any specialization have always made decisions on quantitative attributes, and the same should occur today.
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