On 9th and 10th December, we had the opportunity to welcome our Lead Project Partner – Applied University of Carinthia – to South Tyrol and present to them NOI Techpark and some leading companies in fields of smart health, such as Microgate, Reha Stim, LIA and BPCO Media and the Terraxcube Lab.

Microgate presented their innovative Optogait system for movement analysis and functional assessment of patients with normal or pathological conditions and lead our guests through their testing laboratories. Reha Stim presented their flagship appliance the FLOAT, a new dynamic multidirectional overhead body support that supports patients with gait impairments in the training and rehabilitation of their natural locomotion.  BPCO media, a startup spin-off of Campus Biomedico University of Rome and incubated at NOI Techpark, presented their innovative medical device that allows patients suffering from Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) to monitor their health state and detect the onset of flare-ups and critical clinical situations.

Finally, LP visited terraXcube, a world unique research lab that simulate the extreme conditions of mountains in a safe and controlled environment. The lab features an advanced technological conception, in which hypobaric chamber technology has been paired with top-of-the-line environmental simulation in an infrastructure capable of providing all the Earth’s extreme environmental conditions in a single test facility.

On 9th and 10th December, we had the opportunity to welcome our Lead Project Partner – Applied University of Carinthia – to South Tyrol and present to them NOI Techpark and some leading companies in fields of smart health, such as Microgate, Reha Stim, LIA and BPCO Media and the Terraxcube Lab.

Microgate presented their innovative Optogait system for movement analysis and functional assessment of patients with normal or pathological conditions and lead our guests through their testing laboratories. Reha Stim presented their flagship appliance the FLOAT, a new dynamic multidirectional overhead body support that supports patients with gait impairments in the training and rehabilitation of their natural locomotion.  BPCO media, a startup spin-off of Campus Biomedico University of Rome and incubated at NOI Techpark, presented their innovative medical device that allows patients suffering from Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) to monitor their health state and detect the onset of flare-ups and critical clinical situations.

Finally, LP visited terraXcube, a world unique research lab that simulate the extreme conditions of mountains in a safe and controlled environment. The lab features an advanced technological conception, in which hypobaric chamber technology has been paired with top-of-the-line environmental simulation in an infrastructure capable of providing all the Earth’s extreme environmental conditions in a single test facility.