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6/2015 - November/December
This Elevatori issue opens with “a light at the end of the tunnel”. In the article focused on the Italian market, Fabio Liberali emphasizes the fact that this time the hopes of an economic recovery are concretely supported by economic data.
The report on Austria, UAE and Switzerland pavilions (and some details on Italy Pavilion) ends the series dedicated to Milan Universal Expo, started in the May-June 2015 issue with the Kazakhstan pavilion.
When one thing ends, something else begins.
At page 6, a new series of articles on the accessibility topic begins. The topic is dealt by Prof. Alessandro Greco of the University of Pavia, and it will be a regular column for 2016 issues. Engineer Gina Barney is the author of the new technical column, “Energy consumption”, a column included in each issue of Elevatori 2016.
To learn more go to page 86, where there is a short and complete list of regular contents for next issues.
Back to the contents of this issue, do not miss the Architecture section reporting about an “invisible” system installed in the SPA centre of Aquardens di Pescantina (Verona Italy). It is an interesting blend of architectural needs and technical solutions (page 66). The Techniques column includes an article announced in the front cover: a study on the Adjustable Double Car for buildings with different floor heights (page 72). The Techniques column ends with the publication of a list of articles, translated into Italian, taken from the latest edition of our booklet “How it Works” (page 92).
We end this brief overview informing you of a very important meeting for the lift industry: “Beyond the square and the x” which is now at its second edition. Organised in collaboration with Elevatori magazine, the meeting venue is the IUAV University of Venice (www.iuav.it).