If you want to expand your market abroad, it is important to identify the best area for inclusion and to have a complete strategy It is a great commitment for an SME, for this Websin offers the support of highly competent managers to coordinate all efforts to achieve your goal🎯

Smishing (Phishing via SMS) is a scam, increasingly widespread, via message. The goal of cybercriminals is to steal your sensitive data and infiltrate your online accounts. 3 things to keep in mind to avoid these scams: 
No bank will ever text you about your account: it’s definitely a scam❗
Never click on numbers and links you are not sure of❗
All urgent security and coupon redemption alerts are hacking attempts❗
For safety, never store your credit card information on your mobile phone.

In this period of health emergency, we have mobilized to find solutions that would make the restart of companies easier and safer. So we created Safety Buzzdoor. A video intercom that in addition to opening an audio/visual connection, measures the body temperature of the guest. In addition, thanks to the #RFID tag, it is able to control the entrances and exits of guests, tracing their presence in the building. It was designed as an inexpensive and easy-to-install device, in fact it does not require modifications to the structures.

One of the most used programs at work? #Microsoftexcel 
Learning to use it on your own and quickly is a fundamental requirement that sets you apart from others!
Websin meets the needs of everyone and offers Excel courses at basic, intermediate and advanced levels.

Websin is working intensively on the Wi-Pump project, also thanks to the boost provided by the collaborations born on the Open Innovation platform of Regione Lombardia. A working prototype is therefore being finalised.

The project has been awarded the Lombardy Region “Grant of incentives to support product innovation, process and organizational enterprises”.

The aim of the project is to create a microprocessor-based Iot device that allows to keep under control the operating parameters of hydraulic pumps and electric pumps and then to communicate the data collected to the company control system or service remote supplied by the manufacturer or dealer of the pump.

The DNA used as a data archive? It’s not just science fiction! A pair of researchers from Columbia University and the New York Genome Center (NYGC) succeeded in the experiment, they enclosed a set of data in a small molecule of DNA.

A reliable and long-lasting system

Humanity could soon generate more data than it can handle with current technologies, SSD hard drives, could in the future be an obsolete technology, nothing more than a story to tell to grandchildren about how before everything was more mechanical.

“DNA doesn’t degrade over time like cassettes and Cds, and it won’t become obsolete, if it ever does, we’ll have bigger problems.”

DNA is also an ideal storage medium because it is ultra-compact and can last for hundreds of thousands of years if stored in a cool, dry place, as evidenced by the recent recovery of DNA from the bones of a 430,000-year-old human ancestor found in a cave in Spain.

Erlich and his colleague Dina Zielinski, an associate scientist at NYGC, chose six files to encode and write in DNA: a complete operating system, a 1895 French film, “arrival of a train at La Ciotat,” a $50 Amazon voucher, a computer virus, a Pioneer license plate and one of the information from a 1948 study.

The experiment

The files were compressed into a master file and then split into short strings of binary code consisting of one and zero. Using an algorithm, they then randomly packaged such packets into a series of so-called droplets, and then associated one and zero of the binary information contained in each drop to the four nucleotide bases of DNA (A, G, C and T). Later, a barcode was added for each droplet to help the future reassembly of files. In total, a digital list of 72,000 strands of DNA was generated, which was sent in a text file to a San Francisco startup, specializing in transforming digital data into biological data.

Two weeks later, the two researchers received a vial with a grain of DNA molecules inside it: to retrieve the files, they used modern sequencing technology to read DNA strands and then software to translate genetic code back into binary code, thus retrieving their files without any error.

One day we might have a technology much more like ourselves than we ever imagined. We ourselves, perhaps through the implementation of this DNA, could be much more like robots.

The Smartfit project is finally being tested! Stay tuned to our website to learn more about future developments.

What is a Smartfit?

Smartfit is a web service for online profiling of customer’s characteristic measurements, to be combined with online clothing sales. Click here for more information.

Websin and Alchema, with the collaboration of Co+Fabb promote the event “Open Innovation Drink”, an opportunity to deepen the theme Open Innovation, confront with the “Innovators” and present their ideas and community… enjoying a good aperitif!

You are therefore invited by the communities “Iot Technologies for Smart Living” and “Co+Fabb” of the Open Innovation Platform of the Lombardy Region, November 19, 2015 at 17.30, at the headquarters of Co+Fabb, in Via Carducci n. 39 in Sesto San Giovanni (MI).

The event will be attended by the communities of:

  • AdHunter
  • Alarm Alliance: The Medical Alarms Management Community
  • City of Future
  • Co+Fabb
  • Cultural Changers
  • Driving Style Tools
  • Internet of Things per la promozione di arte, cultura, performance
  • La Realtà Virtuale Immersiva per le Industrie Creative
  • Patrimonio Cultura
  • Proximity marketing, Smart Cities e negozi di vicinato
  • Screen Zero
  • Team4Cosmetics
  • Tecnologie IoT per lo Smart Living
  • WhatsEat