This paper aims at showing the implementation of the Italian cadastre of technological infrastructures, its maintenance and updating. SINFI (National Infrastructure Federated Information System) is the identified platform devoted to the coordination and management of national infrastructures in the framework of the broadband and ultra-broadband Italian strategy. Among its functions, it facilitates sharing of infrastructures, thanks to coordinated management of the under- and over-ground technological networks and related interventions; it also offers a single dashboard that efficiently manages and monitors all interventions. Previously, the need for such a platform was put in relation to the rational use of the underground and the implications onto the management of public land: consequently, even on the mobility infrastructures and transportation systems, as well as risks for people and manufactured goods, but also to prevent potential economic damages from accidental breakage of pipes and ducts. The increased awareness in terms of safety and civil protection has further expanded its importance, linking, for example, its availability to environmental issues (such as hydrogeological instability) to the context of critical infrastructure management (see Directive 2008/114 / EC) Last but not least, the availability of such a register is necessary to publicly check choices on sustainable development, according with the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, signed in September 2015 by the Governments of 193 UN Member Countries, specifically with respect to the themes of Strategic Development Goals 9 (“Build Resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization and foster innovation”) and 11 (“Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable”). The paper aims at providing solid answers to a multiplicity of operators / stakeholders in this respect / application framework, thanks to the availability of a national information system specifically dedicated to the over- and under-ground network infrastructures - the SINFI1.

The Italian solution for the cadastre of technological infrastructures

Sebillo M.
2020

Abstract

This paper aims at showing the implementation of the Italian cadastre of technological infrastructures, its maintenance and updating. SINFI (National Infrastructure Federated Information System) is the identified platform devoted to the coordination and management of national infrastructures in the framework of the broadband and ultra-broadband Italian strategy. Among its functions, it facilitates sharing of infrastructures, thanks to coordinated management of the under- and over-ground technological networks and related interventions; it also offers a single dashboard that efficiently manages and monitors all interventions. Previously, the need for such a platform was put in relation to the rational use of the underground and the implications onto the management of public land: consequently, even on the mobility infrastructures and transportation systems, as well as risks for people and manufactured goods, but also to prevent potential economic damages from accidental breakage of pipes and ducts. The increased awareness in terms of safety and civil protection has further expanded its importance, linking, for example, its availability to environmental issues (such as hydrogeological instability) to the context of critical infrastructure management (see Directive 2008/114 / EC) Last but not least, the availability of such a register is necessary to publicly check choices on sustainable development, according with the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, signed in September 2015 by the Governments of 193 UN Member Countries, specifically with respect to the themes of Strategic Development Goals 9 (“Build Resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization and foster innovation”) and 11 (“Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable”). The paper aims at providing solid answers to a multiplicity of operators / stakeholders in this respect / application framework, thanks to the availability of a national information system specifically dedicated to the over- and under-ground network infrastructures - the SINFI1.
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