FATA SpA is a diversified group of companies active in the field of industrial plant engineering and construction. Established in Turin (Italy) in 1936 as a manufacturing concern, today it is responsible for all the strategic, financial, human resources and coordinating activities of its various divisions operating in the sectors of: Engineering, Procurement and Construction.

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TRAIN ENGINEER WHO DOZED OFF IN FATAL CRASH GETS LIFETIME PENSION

USA today | December 23, 2016

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The train engineer who fell asleep at the controls of a speeding New York train three years ago, causing a derailment that killed four and injured dozens of passengers, will receive a $3,200-a-month disability pension from the railroad for the rest of his life....

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TECHNOLOGY VS HUMANS. ENGINEERS SEEK ANSWERS IN UBER’S FATAL SELF DRIVING CAR ACCIDENT

Uber | April 09, 2018

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Elaine Hertzberg, 49, was walking her bike across North Mill Avenue in Tempe, Arizona. She was struck and killed by a vehicle, becoming the latest of roughly 6000 pedestrians killed every year in the US. But the vehicle that hit her was unlike any other that had killed before. The Volvo XC90 SUV was owned and labeled as an Uber self-driving car. In the self-driving mode, it was designed to be safer than a normal, human-operated car. It had LiDAR and radar to see through the dark. A bank of near-...

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FLORIDA ADDRESSES PEDESTRIAN FATALITIES WITH ENGINEERING STRATEGY

The Christian Science Monitor | May 16, 2018

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In August 2017, Alexis Dale moved from San Diego to South Florida to attend Florida International University, trading one coastal paradise for another. Friends and family knew Ms. Dale as one of a kind – an ambitious young woman who was eager to pursue a degree in information technology and who loved her dog, Bella. But Dale was also one of the hundreds of pedestrians who died in Florida that year when she was struck by a car while crossing an eight-lane road near campus at 3 a.m. Read More

DOUGLAS COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD MAY PUT STEM SCHOOL, SITE OF FATAL SHOOTING, ON SHORT LEASH

Douglas County School | June 18, 2019

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The Douglas County School Board may put the STEM School Highlands Ranch on a short leash amid concerns over safety and security in the wake of last month’s fatal shooting attack at the school. The school board will vote on a resolution Tuesday night that would allow the school to remain open on a provisional one-year charter while the Douglas County School District investigates the shooting that left eight students injured and one dead. The action would allow the school to remain open for ...

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TRAIN ENGINEER WHO DOZED OFF IN FATAL CRASH GETS LIFETIME PENSION

USA today | December 23, 2016

The train engineer who fell asleep at the controls of a speeding New York train three years ago, causing a derailment that killed four and injured dozens of passengers, will receive a $3,200-a-month disability pension from the railroad for the rest of his life....

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TECHNOLOGY VS HUMANS. ENGINEERS SEEK ANSWERS IN UBER’S FATAL SELF DRIVING CAR ACCIDENT

Uber | April 09, 2018

Elaine Hertzberg, 49, was walking her bike across North Mill Avenue in Tempe, Arizona. She was struck and killed by a vehicle, becoming the latest of roughly 6000 pedestrians killed every year in the US. But the vehicle that hit her was unlike any other that had killed before. The Volvo XC90 SUV was owned and labeled as an Uber self-driving car. In the self-driving mode, it was designed to be safer than a normal, human-operated car. It had LiDAR and radar to see through the dark. A bank of near-...

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FLORIDA ADDRESSES PEDESTRIAN FATALITIES WITH ENGINEERING STRATEGY

The Christian Science Monitor | May 16, 2018

In August 2017, Alexis Dale moved from San Diego to South Florida to attend Florida International University, trading one coastal paradise for another. Friends and family knew Ms. Dale as one of a kind – an ambitious young woman who was eager to pursue a degree in information technology and who loved her dog, Bella. But Dale was also one of the hundreds of pedestrians who died in Florida that year when she was struck by a car while crossing an eight-lane road near campus at 3 a.m. Read More

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DOUGLAS COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD MAY PUT STEM SCHOOL, SITE OF FATAL SHOOTING, ON SHORT LEASH

Douglas County School | June 18, 2019

The Douglas County School Board may put the STEM School Highlands Ranch on a short leash amid concerns over safety and security in the wake of last month’s fatal shooting attack at the school. The school board will vote on a resolution Tuesday night that would allow the school to remain open on a provisional one-year charter while the Douglas County School District investigates the shooting that left eight students injured and one dead. The action would allow the school to remain open for ...

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