As per a study conducted by Istat, over 60 percent of buildings in Italy are over 40 years old, with nearly 80 percent of them predating 1990. It is estimated that these structures were constructed according to standards that no longer align with contemporary requirements for safety, efficiency, usability, and digitalization.
In a landscape where accessibility holds a paramount position in both living and construction domains, the horizontal and vertical mobility market finds itself tasked with its fundamental mission of dismantling architectural barriers, ultimately reshaping the urban fabric of our cities.
As shown by the participation in GEE, the Global Elevator Exhibition, the premier international platform for staying informed and reaching out globally in the elevator industry, the sector is experiencing swift transformations, demanding fast adjustments from industry participants.
In a conversation with Doppler S.A., a Greek company with a global presence, renowned for its expertise in crafting vertical mobility solutions designed to enhance urban accessibility, we explored how the company fits within the realm of urban renewal and city planning. We also delved into how their solutions play a role in enhancing accessibility and streamlining the utilization of urban spaces.
According to Sofia Emertziadou, the Marketing Manager and spokesperson for Doppler, "Doppler is a versatile manufacturer renowned globally in the non-standard elevator market. Our reputation for engineering excellence is well-established, and our focus is on promoting human interaction through our solutions. This approach provides us with the flexibility and capability to cater to specific urban needs. For instance, our inclined elevator solution and innovative roof-emerging elevator are noteworthy examples of how Doppler actively contributes to enhancing urban accessibility and optimizing the utilization of urban spaces. By addressing unique requirements with tailor-made elevator products, we enhance the quality of people's lives, facilitating their ability to connect and come together."
The horizontal and vertical mobility market plays a vital role in constructing a more equitable and accessible future for everyone, and GEE is committed to giving it a voice. Stay tuned for more updates!
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