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Eureka projects

There is great promise in wearable health monitoring systems in allowing individuals to closely monitor changes in their vital signs and providing feedback to regain or maintain optimum health. Monitoring hearth rate, blood pressure and blood glucose levels, oxygen saturation, physical activity and other physiological...

The mos2s project aims to develop and test audiovisual smart city technologies addressing the needs of its inhabitants, and embed these solutions in a dedicated smart city playground. This playground provides a venue platform as stepping stone towards a full smart city operating system, and the support of proof-of-...

The project, ‘panacea gaming platform’ (pgp), aims to develop a robust technology platform to enable game development for use in the clinical treatment of those with disabilities (15% of the paediatric population and up to 40% of the elderly population). The end results will be a suite of health games, a tracking...

A strong growth forecast in the digital pathology market for the next five years combined with a decreasing number of qualified pathologists will lead to a tremendous increase in workload in the pathology departments of clinical and pharmaceutical organisations. On top of this there is an urgent need for higher...

Raising the productivity and competitiveness of European businesses through technology. Boosting national economies on the international market, and strengthening the basis for sustainable prosperity and employment.