Exhibitors 2018


ICT Salute e Ambiente
ICT Salute e Ambiente

ICT Salute e Ambiente

ICT technologies for health and environment at the Department of Information Engineering, University of Pisa: biomedical open source devices for new solutions to face the current and future healthcare challenges of Europe and Africa, such as PALPREAST project, a wearable device for the identification of breast lumps; printable 2D electronics on flexible surfaces as paper, for reducing the environmental impact of the production and disposal of computers, tablets and smartphones; Air quality monitoring device to know the air quality in every Italian city; organs-on-chip to provide alternative to animal tests; Augmented Reality for surgery.
Italy


ICT Salute e Ambiente

DII is an International Center of Excellence for research and higher education in the field of Information and Communication Technology (ICT), Robotics and Bioengineering, and amongst the top leading Universities in Italy f

The Department has been promoting technological transfer since its foundation, by means of spin-off projects, cooperation with private and public institutions, actions meant to provide innovative solutions to key issues in different ICT sectors, and to bridge the gap between academic and industrial research. Currently, DII is involved in about 20 research projects funded by the European Commission (49 in the last three years), 2 projects funded through ERC Grants, and 22 research projects funded by the regional government of Tuscany. At the beginning of 2018, DII was selected as “Department of Excellence” by the Italian Ministryof Education and Research (MIUR) with the “CrossLab” project, which aims at structuring six interdisciplinary and integrated laboratories (CrossLabs) for Industry 4.0. CrossLabs will try to put together Research and Industry, since they will be open to enterprises willing to find innovative solutions for their productive chains. In particular, Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) will be able to use advanced technological devices and receive support and assistance by the academic researchers. CrossLabs will cover all the key areas of Industry 4.0, namely Additive Manufacturing, Advanced Manufacturing, Cloud Computing, Big Data, Cybersecurity, Augmented Reality, and Industrial Internet of Things (http://crosslab.dii.unipi.it/)


  H23 (pav. 5) - Università di Pisa - Dip. Ingegneria dell'Informazione
 2018

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