Rome 19 April 2019
Science, Technologies, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics - these are the subjects behind the acronym STEAM: the disciplines of the future which we have decided to focus on in order to promote the key skills of innovation in open dialogue with the protagonists - tomorrow's generations. This is the approach which enabled our employees to animate some of the workshops held during the National Geographic Festival of Sciences (Rome, 8-14 April 2019) to tell children about their work, our products and our solutions in a enjoyable and unusual context: focusing on passion for innovation, a feeling to be shared and communicated.
We expressed our scientific citizenship through an event where 29,000 students took part in educational activities and through our involvement with the INside/INvention exhibition: the evolution of our products, from helicopters to tiltrotors. The Festival also saw the involvement of the Leonardo-Civiltà delle Macchine Foundation, through readings of some passages from the famous magazine edited by Leonardo Sinisgalli. An ideal bridge between past and future under the hallmark of invention but - above all - of open dialogue with future generations.