Il colore della luce, il ritmo della vita.
WiSense has developed a new sensor that captures the light color temperature and intensity to control the installed lighting system in real time. The goal is to follow the circadian rhythms (Nobel for Medicine 2017 at Jeffrey C Hall, Michael Rosbash and Michael W Young) of the creatures so as to improve the well-being, improve the sleep, make it more productive and happy the staff at work.
The sensor is applied in all areas where light color becomes fundamental, we think of shop windows, museum, offices, hospitals.
Lorenzo Palma, Alberto Belli, Simone Valenti, Paola Pierleoni.
Lorenzo Palma was born in Tolentino on April 28, 1987, he grown up in Camporotondo di Fiastrone, a small village in the Macerata hinterland, after attending the ITIS of San Severino Marche he moved to Ancona at the age of 19 to study Engineering at the Marche Polytechnic University. He received his Master's Degree in Electronic Engineering in 2012 and the PhD in Information Engineering in 2016. In 2012 he was awarded from TIM under the Working Capital Competition for the "Diabetic Feet Control" project and in 2014 won the Ecapital Business Plan Competition award with the "Looking for Bubbles" project. He is co-founder and CTO of WiSense startup since 2014. In 2017 he earned the title of "Industry Manager 4.0" at Unimercatorum attending the Higher Education Industry 4.0 course. He is author of several publications on international magazines or congresses. He plays tennis and has a great passion for aquarius.
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