Romano Pisciotti

Romano Pisciotti


Industrial & Business Management Expert

“I think that the budget incremental gain can always be achieved by incremental efforts”

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After an important experience as naval officer,
I worked on behalf of important international companies in Argentina, Brazil, Egypt, Italy and Nigeria with full responsibility, in a managerial position.
I have actively participated at the business start-up of new operating units both in Italy and abroad.
I have been fully involved in the restructuring of companies and the regeneration of business activities. In my different experiences I was able to lead multi-ethnic work teams even in stressful environments.
I have lived for five years in Nigeria where I have had significant experiences as General Manager.
My current activities still bind me to Africa, in Lagos.
I have never neglected the professional upgrading by following courses at qualified universities.

Commercial Developer

for Motor Parts Industry (IVECO Dealer, Lagos – Nigeria)

MPI IVECO, Lagos Nigeria

Lecturer at the MBA courses of the Rome Business School in Lagos.



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“Aesthetics is the emotional aspect of the product: function and form dance to be found together in the pencil of a genius. The skill is to draw a wonder that does not already exist in nature.”

Maserati Alfieri

“L’estetica è l’aspetto emozionale del prodotto: la funzione e la danza della forma si ritrovano insieme nella matita di un genio, l’abilità è di attirare uno stupore che non esiste già in natura”.



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The Light Multirole Vehicle (LMV) was launched in 2006 and, from that point onwards, it has been the subject of continuous development and innovation. Iveco Defence Vehicles appreciated from the outset that a vehicle such as LMV would have to evolve with changing requirements. The company therefore implemented a programme of product development which focused on delivering incremental improvements, usually from lessons learned in the field, whilst maintaining the excellence of the basic design. The fourth generation LAV (Light Armoured Vehicle) procured by the Norwegian Armed Forces at the beginning of 2013, demonstrated the ability of the LMV design to accommodate a variety of developments which are demanded by the user. One of the most important benefits was an increase of payload of some 40% to about 1.5 tonnes, depending on the vehicle configuration. The last evolution of LMV, the LMV2 launched at Eurosatory 2016, continues to expand the roles it can undertake, providing better performance, greater reliability, and increased crew comfort. This second generation LMV will be produced parallel to the current version, in order to meet the full spectrum of operational roles demanded by the military user.
At present, the LMV is available in a number of different variants, with a range of different protection levels or none at all. These include the Medevac, NBC unit, Pick-up, RSTA and SOF. Whatever its role, the LMV will continue to fulfil its most valued function: that of transporting its crew quickly and safely on any mission they are required to undertake. This second generation LMV, implemented with a new 220 horsepower engine, presents an upgraded driveline, capable of managing more power, and a new air filtration system. In order to provide maximum mobility, a new automatic gearbox, upgraded with two additional speeds (eight in total), makes the transition between gears smoother when driving off-road. When operated in conjunction with the automatic drive management system (ADM), this ensures that the vehicle performance is optimized to meet the challenges of the most demanding of terrain scenarios. A new electronic stability control (ESP) system, able to work in off-road conditions, enhances driving safety as well as driver comfort and agility. Further mobility enhancements are achieved through a specially designed suspension system, combined with tyres to better match different terrains.

The new crew cell design has been developed particularly by the need to accommodate five fully-equipped soldiers, including body armour and personal equipment. Most internal roll-bars have been redesigned, enhancing the available legroom, while the internal cab height is 100mm greater than on the standard LMV, thus increasing internal space and habitability. The internal layout of the new crew cell improves crew ergonomics, as well as incorporating a next-generation digitised dashboard and an upgraded hardtop. IED protection is further enhanced by the addition of a third hinge added to each door and the use of new materials. LMV2 is designed to accommodate extensive GFE, including radios, BMS, intercom and Electronic Counter Measures (ECM). The vehicle is extremely well adaptable to being deployed as a mobile radio platform, by the nature of its outstanding Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) profile and can fulfill the most demanding DEF-STAN and MIL-STD requirements. Sub-system integration has also been greatly eased by the adoption of a new vehicle digitised electronic architecture and an improved power supply. This allows for mission systems such as remote controlled weapon stations, BMS, intercom, and ECM to be seamlessly integrated onto the platform without complication. The new hardtop “dual-role”, made of a ballistic steel monocoque framework with lightweight aluminum/steel roll-bar, allows the vehicle to be equipped either with a manual weapon turret or alternatively, with a Remote Weapon Station (RWS), both of which can be readily fitted and removed in the field, ensuring greater flexibility of deployment. Last but not least, the maintenance load has been reduced by improving the type and location of some of the subsystems and by tailoring the service regime.

INFO NIGERIA: Romano Pisciotti, Motor Parts Industry, Lagos

Lesson learned. Lezione imparata.

Lesson learned..

Lezione imparata.


An opportunity (unfortunately) not to be missed.

Aviation is still a school: accidents involving the two B 737 8 Max (and the A 330 Air France flight 447 of 2009) leave some problems for ergonomists, engineers, pilots, industries, airlines and insurance companies on automation and software to solve. .

Must the Man serve the software / automation or vice versa is the software / automation that must serve the Man?

Let’s learn the lesson and think about it now, because tomorrow, even for the automotive industry or for medical activities (and many others) it could be late.

Un’occasione (purtroppo) da non perdere.

L’ aviazione fa ancora scuola: gli incidenti occorsi ai due B 737 8 Max (e al A 330 Air France volo 447 del 2009) lasciano alcuni nodi da sciogliere a ergonomisti, ingegneri, piloti, industrie, compagnie aeree e assicurazioni su automazione e software.

Deve essere l’Uomo a servire il software/automazione o viceversa è il software/automazione che deve servire l’Uomo? 

Impariamo la lezione e ragioniamoci adesso, perché domani, anche per l’industria automobilistica o per le attività mediche (e tante altre) potrebbe essere tardi.

(Fabio Cassan)

traduzione Romano Pisciotti


MOMODESIGN AERO helmet receives top distinction in the Red Dot Award: Product Design 

MOMODESIGN Style Centre has won an award in the Red Dot Award: Product Design 2019.

AERO received the Red Dot: Best of the Best, the top distinction in the competition. It is granted for ground-breaking design and goes to the best products in a category.


MOMO Design

Presented by Romano Pisciotti

ABARTH ’70th Anniversary


On 31 March 1949 Carlo Abarth (1908 – 1979) founded the Abarth & C., creating a legend of style and performance declined in record cars, revolutionary kits and legendary races. Ten world records, 133 international records, more than 10,000 victories on the track, a success story that has allowed us to test, under the most severe conditions, the technological solutions that are then adopted in mass production.
Abarth celebrates its birthday with the new ’70th Anniversary’ range characterized, on the outside, by the specific logo that makes the cars registered in the year 2019 unique and exclusive.

Il 31 marzo del 1949 Carlo Abarth(1908 – 1979) fondava l’Abarth& C., dando vita a una leggenda di stile e prestazioni declinata in auto da record, kit di elaborazione rivoluzionari e corse leggendarie. Dieci record del mondo, 133 record internazionali, più di 10.000 vittorie su pista, una storia di successi che ha consentito di testare, nelle condizioni più severe, le soluzioni tecnologiche che sono poi adottate nella produzione di serie.
Abarth celebra il suo compleanno con la nuova gamma ’70esimo Anniversario’ caratterizzata, all’esterno, dal logo specifico che rende uniche ed esclusive le vetture immatricolate nell’anno 2019.

Truck IVECO Abarth

Presentato da ITALMOTOR, Romano PIsciotti

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La storia del 737 della Boeing mi ricorda la vecchia barzelletta del tizio che va dal sarto a farsi fare un vestito: alla prova sono palesi molti difetti dell’abito che il sarto “elimina” chiedendo allo sventurato cliente di abbassare una spalla, di camminare portando una gamba più all’esterno e altri accorgimenti che, alla prima uscita del cliente in strada, faranno dire ai passanti: “povero disgraziato!…però ha un abito perfetto!!!”
La Boeing si è comportata come il sarto: alla scoperta degli innumerevoli problemi del 737, anziché risolverli li ha “compensati”….come le posizioni assunte dal tizio dell’abito.
L’abito, comunque, non ha ammazzato nessuno!!!!

The story of Boeing 737 reminds me of an old joke: a guy goes to get a tailor made suit. The proof shows many defects of the dress. The clever tailor “eliminates” them by asking the unfortunate customer to lower a shoulder, to walk carrying a leg more on the outside and other tricks that, at the customer’s first exit on the street, will make passers-by say: “poor wretch! but she has a perfect dress !!! “
Boeing behaved like that tailor: after the discovery of innumerable 737 defects, instead of solving them, they were “compensated” … like the positions taken by the guy after the test of the suit.
The dress, however, has not killed anyone !!!!

Romano Pisciotti



Agnelli: His personal Ferrari 375

In 1955 Giovanni Agnelli bought a very rare Ferrari 375 America Pininfarina chassis 0355 GT – custom made especially for him

Gianni Agnelli

The car was the 12th and last of the 375 America built, and had a 4.9L Lampredi V12 engine and 3 weber carbs. Sadly Agnelli would only keep the car for four years, before selling it on in 1959. Who would have guessed that only 14 years after he ordered this Ferrari – Giovanni Agnelli would take control of Ferrari through FIAT.



Romano Pisciotti, ITALMOTOR



Rimorchi Bertoja S.p.A. was founded in 1926 by the Bertoja family and has been managed by the Bertoja family and by external managers. Excellence from 83 years experience makes Rimorchi Bertoja S.p.A. a European leader for design, production and sale of special and heavy weight trailers and semi trailers. A 40.000 m² production plant is the heart of the company located in Pordenone, in the Friuli Venezia Giulia region in the North East of Italy. The company’s philosophy is TO create more value for customer offering high standard quality and high customization of each vehicle.