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The city in 15 minutes: Rome at your fingertips

IZILab has created an initial model representing the accessibility of education, health and public transport services by rail in the capital. The aim is to create a model of a city in which everyone can reach essential places in everyday life in 15 minutes or less.

Research on the accessibility of cultural services in Rome

We wanted to investigate how accessible, in terms of geographic proximity, the cultural services offered in the Eternal City are to the people who populate it: on the one hand its permanent residents, on the other hand the tourists who come to visit, even if only for a few days.

Urban Green Research in Rome

Survey on the economic value of urban green in terms of CO2 absorption and savings in the use of cooling and heating systems

We wanted to study the economic value of the individual municipalities of Rome based on urban green.

Fashion research

Survey on the relevance of eco-sustainability in Zalando.co.uk products and perception on social networks.

Economic research

Survey on the relevance of eco-sustainability in online reviews on Amazon.co.uk

We wanted to investigate whether and how the growing awareness of environmental issues can influence consumers in their purchasing choices.

Search Regional Elections 2020

Update on the relationship between Twitter activity and election results in the 2020 Regional Elections: Veneto, Campania, Marche and Puglia.

Caffè Vergnano research

Insight into the enjoyment of Vergnano coffee with particular reference to environmental sustainability.

Political Research

Aimed at testing the robustness of the information coming from social networks by studying the validity of the results and comparing them with the classic method of electoral surveys, which is the strength of IZI SpA.

The aim of the research was to analyse the Twitter activities connected with the regional elections in Emilia Romagna and search for possible relations with the election results.

The analysis was conducted through two main threads: the activity of the candidates and that of the users.

The model was then applied to three other regional elections, leading the analysis to the same conclusions: Lazio, Lombardy and Calabria.