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$10K | 4 yrs ago

About Guardian

Guardian offers the possibility of equipping the ETR Frecciarossa wagons with an IOT infrastructure for security monitoring and control.

Headquarters Location

Via Circonvallazione Nuova 67

Rimini, 47924,


+39 0541/307209

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Guardian Patents

Guardian has filed 130 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Glass applications
  • Radiometry
  • Ceramic materials
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Molecular biology, Electrophoresis, Solar cells, Acrylate polymers, Glass applications


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Molecular biology, Electrophoresis, Solar cells, Acrylate polymers, Glass applications



Latest Guardian News

Smartwatches could soon be used to monitor migrants in the UK

Aug 5, 2022

In the UK, facial recognition smartwatches could be used to monitor migrants who have been convicted of a crime, according to a scoop obtained by the Guardian . Under new plans from the Home Office and the Ministry of Justice, seen by the news outlet, foreign offenders would reportedly have to scan their faces up to five times a day using devices equipped with the technology. "A non-fitted device solution will provide a more proportionate way of monitoring specific cohorts over extended periods of time than fitted tags," the contract description reads. "These devices will utilise periodic biometric verification as an alternative to being fitted to an individual." The Guardian reports the new scheme is set to be rolled out this autumn, and that it will entail "daily monitoring of individuals subject to immigration control," according to viewed Home Office documents. Migrants who are told to wear a smartwatch (or an ankle tag) must do so at all times — those having to wear the devices will have been previously convicted of a criminal offense. Other migrants, such as asylum seekers, are not part of the scheme. People wearing the devices will reportedly need to provide photographs of themselves taken with their designated device throughout the day. The government's devices, the Guardian says, will store these photos and personal information for up to six years, including a person's name, date of birth, and nationality. The wearer's location will be tracked 24/7. The data will reportedly be shared with the Ministry of Justice and the police in addition to the Home Office. Related Stories

Guardian Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is Guardian's headquarters?

    Guardian's headquarters is located at Via Circonvallazione Nuova 67, Rimini.

  • What is Guardian's latest funding round?

    Guardian's latest funding round is Biz Plan Competition.

  • How much did Guardian raise?

    Guardian raised a total of $10K.

  • Who are the investors of Guardian?

    Investors of Guardian include Digital For Mobility Challenge.

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