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ToothPic proposes breakthrough software solutions and services based on camera identification, i.e., the ability of detecting which camera shot a certain photo or video. This is possible because every sensor leaves an invisible unique fingerprint on the photos it takes, due to imperfections in the manufacturing process. ToothPic Search is a large-scale image search engine for camera identification in forensic investigations. ToothPic Authenticate enables secure and user-friendly multifactor user authentication by recognizing the smartphone camera. It also allows to generate camera-dependent cryptographic keys to sign with your mobile or for antipiracy solutions.


VRMedia is a company operating in the sectors of Virtual and Augmented Reality, developing innovative hardware/software products and solutions devoted to Companies and Research Centers. VRMedia products are commonly used in the Industrial sector, for technical personnel training and for advanced after sales services, as well as research activities and VR applications development by universities, hospitals, and research centers. VRMedia products are also used in the fields of Cultural Heritage and Entertainment.

Heaxel develops robotic technologies for the rehabilitation and physical assistance of people with neurological, orthopedic or aging-induced disorders. Heaxel develops and markets innovative and easy-to-use products, operating in compliance with the highest quality standards concerning safe and effective medical equipment. Heaxel is at the forefront in the development of effective rehabilitation and assistance systems, which can be employed not only in cutting-edge medical facilities but also at the patient’s home, for a better quality of life.  Leveraging on its ability to analyze needs and  capitalizing on a large set of proprietary technologies, the company is able to rapidly develop solutions tailored to the specific needs of both healthcare professionals (physiatrists, neurologists, and physiotherapists) and patients.

IntendiMe has developed  the first system which allows deaf persons to feel autonomous, free, and secure, whether at home or at the office or on holiday. For deaf people, the household sounds reverberating between the walls are difficult to identify: this creates perilous and unpleasant situations for them. IntendiMe technology is capable of revealing any sound by means of a cloud of universal auditory vibration detectors and of transmitting a notification of it in real time to the user’s smartwatch. A mobile software plattform allows users to fully customize responses of sensors and smartwatch, adapting the user experience to different situations or personal taste.

Often Medical’s mission is to make epidural anaesthesia a procedure 100% safe and effective. The correct placement of both the needle and catheter for administering drug into the epidural space is a challenging procedure, characterized by failure rates up to 30%.  These failures are due to anaesthesiologists still adopting manual and ‘blind’ approaches, whose success mostly depends on their ability and experience.  Often Medical leveraged on the team expertise on optical fiber sensors technology and has developed a ‘sensorized’ epidural catheter that, through continuous strain and bending measurements, provides real time alerts when it is correctly placed inside the epidural space, without resorting to complex and harmful external guidance  systems. Often Medical system is designed to be immediately usable by anaesthesiologists, being compatible with existing standard epidural kits.