A private non-profit academic institution, devoted to undergraduate and postgraduate education, advanced research and innovation in high-quality healthcare services.The CONBOTS project will take advantage of this highly multidisciplinary environment, involving in the project both bioengineers, neuroscientists and experts of ethical issues. UCBM will contribute to the CONBOTS project by exploiting resources and expertise from 4 different research units, which have been collaborating in joint projects and research activities in the last 15 years.
ARVRtech was founded in 2012 in Novi Sad, Serbia as a research and innovation company. The company main expertise is in Augmented, Virtual Reality, Serious Games and IoT solutions with a combination of Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Gamification.
ARVRtech specializes in taking full responsibility for the development and maintenance of complete applications and products.
Better known as IBM Research – Haifa, was first established in 1972. Since then, the lab has conducted decades of research vital to IBM’s success. The lab is one of 9 research laboratories located outside of the United States and has close working relationships with IBM Israel and its twin research laboratory in Zurich.The Mobile and Industry Solutions department will be directly involved in the CONBOTS project. Its activities include rapid application development tools, wearable computing, cloud middleware (availability and scale), Internet of Things technologies, location services, operational decision management and event processing, spatiotemporal visual analytics, system engineering methods and tools, operations research (e.g., water management) across industries such as aerospace and defense and healthcare.
Contact: Lior Limonad
IMPERIAL COLLEGE OF SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND MEDICINE
A leading technological university with global reach (consistently in the top ten universities worldwide according to the ranking conducted by the Times Higher Education Supplement). It embodies and delivers world-class scholarship, education and research in science, engineering and medicine, with particular regard to their application in industry, commerce and healthcare. Support for commercialisation is provided by Imperial Innovations Ltd, an AIM-listed company.
IPEM: INSTITUTE FOR SYSTEMATIC MUSICOLOGY, GHENT UNIVERSITY
A research center in systematic musicology, directed by Prof. dr. Marc Leman at Ghent University in Belgium. It was founded in 1963 as an electronic music production studio and has a long and successful history of innovation in the arts. Today the research center's focus is on embodied music cognition and expressive interaction with music. IPEM's Art-Science-Interaction Lab activities lie in immersive and interactive environments with 3D sound, connected and spatialized concerts with innovative performers and audience setups, the notion of wellbeing for the creation of the interactive tools, experiments investigating body-music synchronizations between people, investigating existing and new forms of interaction.
SCUOLA SUPERIORE SANT’ANNA,
THE BIOROBOTICS INSTITUTE
A public university whose mission is to address excellence in both education and research in engineering, medicine, agriculture, economics, management, law, and political science. Research and innovation activities of this project will be carried out at The BioRobotics Institute, one of the six institutes in which SSSA research portfolio is divided into. The Wearable Robotics Laboratory (WRL) of Prof. Nicola Vitiello will be involved in this project.
A spin-off company of The BioRobotics Institute, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna (SSSA). Its mission is to develop innovative wearable robotics technologies and foster their market exploitation in the different market fields, such as medical, industrial and consumer. Currently, IUVO is focusing on the development of two products: a passive upper-limb exoskeleton for worker support in collaboration with COMAU, and an active pelvis orthosis for the gait support of patients in collaboration with Össur.