Background
01/04/2017 to 04/06/2017

What is the Silver Economy?

The European Silver Economy is the section of our economy related to Europe’s older citizens. The over 50s are increasingly shaping our economies – affecting policy decisions and constituting a large and growing segment of the consumer market.

The term includes all economic activities that concern older adults and meet their demands and requirements. This includes health and wellbeing, leisure and tourism, housing and mobility, consumer goods and services, education, employment and finance.

The EU-funded SEED project aims to celebrate innovative ICT related products or services, in all sectors that help to improve the quality of life of our senior citizens, and so raise awareness of and strengthen the European Silver Economy


  See Silver Economy Infographic

Why these Awards?

The Silver Economy Awards aim to catalyse a sustainable European digital Silver Economy movement by promoting and rewarding innovative solutions to improve the quality of life for over 50s. The Awards are the perfect opportunity to raise awareness around the lesser-known notion of the Silver Economy. They will illustrate the breadth of the consumer markets and the public spending involved and the size of the opportunities available for entrepreneurs, investors, public authorities and civil society.

Application
08 Jun 2017 to 10 Dec 2017

Why apply?

Become part of the growing European Silver Economy. Simply by taking part, applicants are promoting their innovations:

  • All applicants will benefit from online publication on the Silver Economy website after the winners are selected.
  • Heightened visibility begins with the evaluation process: all eligible applications are peer-reviewed by members of the Covenant on Demographic Change; the second round is evaluated by SEED members and vice-presidents from the Covenant on Demographic Change; and a high-level jury of experts and key players in the European Silver Economy will select the final winners.

Winners and finalists are invited to showcase their product or service at the Awards Ceremony in spring 2018, where they will be celebrated for their achievements. Winning teams will also receive an Award bearer logo and exclusive photographs from the event. This will be a unique opportunity to network & exchange with other innovators and Silver Economy leaders.

The winning solutions will be further promoted by the European Commission and SEED partners in the media, on websites, in newsletters and through other promotional material.

Who can apply?

Aimed at all those responding to the opportunities of our ageing populations with game-changing solutions, the Silver Economy Awards are open to submissions of ICT-related product and service innovations aimed at any age group over 50.

There are three Award Categories:

  • Public authority
  • Non-for-profit organisation
  • For-profit organisation

Innovative solutions are welcomed from the broad spectrum of areas that make up the European Silver Economy:

 

Housing, Outdoor spaces and Buildings

e.g. ICT systems augmenting the home environment such as smart home systems and connected home solutions (smart living environments for the elderly & Internet of Things); housing schemes with ICT enabled services such as remote energy management, safety monitoring, entertainment, service / domestic robotics

Mobility, Tourism and Leisure

e.g. ICT-augmented age-friendly tourism such as hotel rooms incorporating intelligence through an ICT platform;  augmented age-friendly mobility such as assistance systems for older drivers;  barrier-free environments and seamless / accessible mobility such as provision of accessible information to travellers and inter-modality exchanges

Health & long-term care

e.g. ICT for chronic disease management and remote programmes supporting adherence to treatment; Telecare such as advanced home safety monitoring solutions and ICT-supported integration of care delivered by different parties (health, social, third-sector); personal health systems/medical devices such as implantables;  big data analytics & solutions such as decision support systems for patients, professionals and health system planning; service robotics supporting stationary / home care; robot-assisted rehabilitation; ICT systems enabling personalised medicine/treatment; VPH / in-silico medicine / Digital Patient

Wellbeing, prevention & self-care

e.g. ICT enabled patient empowerment and self-management services such as online counselling; personalised digital coach for physical, mental and social wellbeing (Avatar); personal health devices; mHealth apps;  ICT-enabled nutrition support and analytics; digitalised social protection systems; innovations on early markers of ill health

Civic & Social participation, Communication and Information

e.g. virtual communities & digital neighbourhood platforms for community building; social participations and mutual support; personalised interfaces and service processes for commercial and public online services (e.g. ATM machines) and online services such as e-banking, e-commerce and e-government; age-friendly designed electronic gadgets and ICT devices; mobile apps for Active Ageing

Employment, education & training

e.g. accessibility and inclusiveness of the labour market (regulations, change of perception on older people, ageism); wide-spread reconciliation of paid work and informal care; virtual communities and mutual support; ICT and robotics fostering employment capacity; ICT research and innovation & ageing (e.g., customisable user interfaces, co-design); (e)Skills and (e)Leadership skills / Education for active ageing/ employment; ICT-enabled services for caring workers; life-long learning and strategies against the digital divide

Consumer Goods and Services

e.g. Examples include: • Personalised interfaces and service processes for commercial and public online services (e.g. ATM machines); • Online services such as e-banking, e-commerce, audio-visual services; • Age-friendly designed electronic gadgets and ICT devices; • Mobile apps for Active Ageing; • Smart consumer goods (e.g. household appliances, clothes).

How to apply?

In a simple 5-step process, compete and submit the application form online.

  1. Register, receive an authorisation email and login.
  2. Complete the fields (save as you go along or so you can come back in and complete the form later).
  3. Check you have completed all the obligatory fields – marked with an asterix.
  4. Agree to the Terms and Conditions.

Click “apply now” between 8 June 2017 and 10 December 2017.

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Evaluation
11/12/2017 to 01/05/2018

Evaluation process

The Silver Economy Award winners will be selected by a 3-step process:

  • Round I: The received applications will be ranked by Members of the Covenant on Demographic Change according to a detailed assessment of how the solution meets the evaluation criteria. Public authority Members will review the applications submitted in the public authorities category; non-for-profit organisation Members will review those submitted in the non-for-profit category; and for-profit organization Members will review those submitted for the for-profit category. 
  • Round II: A selection panel of the SEED consortium leaders and the two Vice-Presidents of the Covenant will use the evaluation criteria to select the three top-scoring applications in each award category.
  • Round III: The final selection of the winners and runner ups will be done by the EU High level jury using the same evaluation criteria.

Evaluation criteria and weighting

The following evaluation criteria will be applied by all evaluators to rank the applications. The criteria all have equal weighting:

  • Innovation covers the innovation involved in the solution. It may be an innovative product or service in itself, in the way ICT is employed, in terms of its business model, how it was co-created or co-designed, the stakeholders involved, the impact on society or any other way the solution is new or different.
  • Benefits covers the impact on the target audience as well as any wider impact or benefits. The description should be clear about whether these are measured or projected and could cover, for example, participation in social, economic, cultural, or civic affairs, as well as the ability to remain healthy and live independently.
  • Economic value covers detail in what way the solution creates (or is expected to create) economic value. This can be in expressed in financial terms or in resources and should be substantiated, wherever possible, with available evidence.
  • Maturity covers the level of maturity of the solution both in terms of technology (whenever relevant) and market maturity. This should include whether the solution is at pilot stage or has been mainstreamed and could involve projected future timings.
  • Business model/economic sustainability covers the business model proposed for the solution, and whether economic sustainability has been achieved so far or how it is planned.
    • when it comes to solutions developed by commercial organisations, profitability may be achievable through market revenues
    • when it comes to solutions pursued by public bodies and non-profit NGOs, costs involved may be covered by public budgets, donations, subsidies, user co-payments or a combination of different funding sources
  • Replicability and scalability covers how, where and when the solution has been replicated/could be replicated beyond its original implementation, the benefits of scalability and how (in terms of process, costs, etc.) the solution would adapt to other cultural or geographical contexts.

Meet the Jury

A high-level jury of experts and key players in the European Silver Economy will select the final winners. The Award scheme evaluation takes place in three phases:

1. Peer Reviewers

2. Pre-Selection Panel

3. High Level Jury

We have now the pleasure to announce the jury members:

1. Peer Reviewers

  • Von Tottleben, Malte - empirica (For Profit Organisation)
  • Van Staalduinen, Willeke - Age Friendly Nederland (For Profit Organisation)
  • Sepulveda, Ana João - 40+ Lab Managing Partner (For Profit Organisation)
  • Garcia, Eduardo - 40+ Lab Managing Partner (For Profit Organisation)
  • Ferri, Mireia - Kveloce (For Profit Organisation)
  • Rogalska, Ewa - PCG Polska (For Profit Organisation)
  • Birov, Strahil - empirica (For Profit Organisation)
  • Fernandez, Agustin - Hogar Accesible (For Profit Organisation)
  • Galjaard, Roos - PAU (For Profit Organisation)
  • Willems, Peter - CUBIGO (For Profit Organisation)
  • Delomme, Evan - Nice Metropole (Public Authority)
  • Martin, Annick - Nice Metropole (Public Authority)
  • Bleaden, Andy - Stockport (Public Authority)
  • McGarry, Paul - Manchester (Public Authority)
  • Uliasz, Lech - Warsaw (Public Authority)
  • Mandekic, Jadran - Rijeka (Public Authority)
  • Tziraki, Chariklia - Alzheimer Heraklion (Not For Profit Organisation)
  • Carpenedo, Francesca - Solimai (Not For Profit Organisation)
  • Gómez Raja, Jonathan - FundeSalud (Not For Profit Organisation)
  • Caro, Toñi - Deusto University (Not For Profit Organisation)
  • Klironomos, Iosif - FORTH-ICS (Not For Profit Organisation)
  • Riccio, Pasquale Antonio - Progetto Alfa (Not For Profit Organisation)
  • De Luca, Vicenzo - Azienda Ospedaliera Universitaria Federico II (Not For Profit Organisation)

 

2. Pre-Selection Panel

  • De Ruiter, Joke - AGE Platform Europe/ SEED
  • Bonfiglio, Silvio - AGE Platform Europe/ SEED
  • Louziotis, Vassili - AGE Platform Europe/ SEED
  • Ferenczi, Andrea - AGE Platform Europe/ SEED
  • Kubitschke, Lutz - empirica/ SEED
  • Tageo, Valentina - ECHAlliance/ SEED
  • Preglau, Mocja - Ljubljana/ SEED
  • Pantaloni, Agnese - AER/ SEED
  • Lahtinen, Mari - Tampere/ SEED
  • Murillo, Sergio - Biscay/ SEED
  • Kaag, Astrid - Noord Brabant/ SEED
  • Dantas, Carina - Cáritas Diocesana de Coimbra, Vice-President of the Eurpean Covenant on Demographic Change
  • Martin, Joan - Louth County Council, Acting President of the European Covenant on Demographic Change

 

3. High Level Jury

   Boers, Karen  President of the European Startup Network
   Denjoy, Nicole                    

Secretary General, COCIR (European Coordination Committee of the radiological, electro-medical and healthcare IT industry)

   Erkinheimo, Pia  Board Member, FiBAN (Finnish Business Angels Network)
   Johansen, Ebbe President of AGE Platform Europe 
   Markkula,   Markku                    First Vice-President of the Committee of the Regions
   Martin, Joan

Acting President of the European Covenant on Demographic Change, Chief Executive – Louth County Council (Ireland)

 Renucci, Carole 

Redaction Director, Bayard Press

 

 

The SEED Consortium and community thank all jury members for their commitment and support to the first edition of the European Silver Economy Awards!

 

Awards
03/05/2018

Awards ceremony

The first European Silver Economy Awards ceremony was held on 3rd May 2018 (14:00 – 19:30) in Brussels, hosted by the European Committee of the Regions. Aimed at celebrating innovative ICT related products or services in all sectors that help to improve the quality of life of senior citizens, the first Awards ceremony  was the opportunity to learn more about the nine finalists who presented and showcased their solutions during an elevator pitch.

Designed as a high-profile event gathering key experts and a variety of stakeholders of the Silver Economy at EU level, the awards gala was the perfect chance to discuss challenges and potentials of this part of Europe’s economy and to enhance networking among the different actors. In his opening speech, on behalf of Commissioner Gabriel, Cabinet Member Manuel Mateo Goyet described the first Silver Economy Awards as representing a “milestone on our way towards becoming a truly age-friendly Europe”, and promoted the ceremony as “a unique occasion to send a very positive message on how we see the future of ageing” showing “the true value of collaboration in Europe”.

The event culminated in a glittering ceremony where the winning applications have been announced.

 

Further photos of the ceremony can be accessed via Flickr.

We thank Mariya Gabriel, Commissioner for Digital Health and Society, and Markku Markkula, First Vice-President of the Committee of the Regions, for giving their moral patronage for the first edition of the Awards and help us raising awareness and strengthen the European Silver Economy.

The agenda of the event can be downloaded here.
A recording of the live stream of the event, including the opening speech, the panel discussion, the presentations of the nine finalists and Markku Markkula’s concluding remarks, is available here

Two press releases have been published around the Silver Economy Awards Ceremony: One on the day of the event, and the second one after the event announcing the winners per award category.

Submissions

Shortlist

We are happy to announce our shortlisted applications.

Shortlist for the awards category For profit organisation
Country Organization Title Website
België www.activ84health.eu Stimulating physical and cognitive fitness with the Activ84Health Memoride: http://www.activ84health.eu
Belgium Pridiktiv Pridiktiv http://www.pridiktiv.care
Deutschland Sange & Schöne UG selbstwohnen.de - live.smart.at home http://www.selbstwohnen.de
España IDEABLE SOLUTIONS, SL KWIDO http://www.ideable.net
Finland Fiksari Finland Oy Fiksari: Local and Friendly On-demand Tech Help http://www.fiksari.fi
France KOMPAI robotics KIARA http://kompai.com
Germany mHealth Pioneers GmbH &healthy - easing family care http://www.und-gesund.de
Germany nevisQ GmbH The smart baseboards http://www.nevisq.com
Israel Project-RAY RAY provides accessible smartphone solutions that are easy to use and intuitive to operate. http://www.project-ray.com
Italy Movendo Technology hunova: the new era of rehabilitation http://www.movendo.technology
Spain Tunstall Televida Personalized telecare service model trhough an automated assessment system for allocation of and individual service plan: RET (Efficient Response in Telecare) http://www.tunstalltelevida.es
Shortlist for the awards category Public authority
Country Organization Title Website
België Inter, Private Stichting Toegankelijk Vlaanderen Toevla Tool, Accessible Flanders User Test http://www.inter.vlaanderen
Belgium Instituut voor Mobiliteit - Universiteit Hasselt Viamigo http://www.viamigo.be
Denmark Syddansk Sundhedsinnovation The Generic Telemedicine Platform – bridging sectors with technology http://www.innosouth.dk
Denmark Center for Frihedsteknologi, Sundhed og Omsorg, Aarhus Kommune Project DokkX http://www.aarhus.dk
España Agency for Social Services and Dependency from Andalucía Tarjeta Andalucía Junta sesentaycinco (TAJ65) http://www.juntadeandalucia.es/agenciade...
Finland Satakunnan koulutuskuntayhtymä MeWet Home http://sataedu.fi
France Ville de Nice 27 Delvalle - the Center for Connected Health, Catalyst of the Nice Healthcare Ecosystem https://www.nice.fr
France Helite Hip'Air : The first wearable airbag that protect senior against hip fractures http://www.helite.com
Slovenia Javni zavod Kinodvor Rendez-vous with Coffee and a Talk http://www.kinodvor.org
The Netherlands Gemeente Helmond Living with dementia, support for informal caretakers https://www.helmond.nl
Shortlist for the awards category Non-for profit organisation
Country Organization Title Website
Belgium Euromontana Become a Silver Tourism expert! https://www.euromontana.org
Deutschland Aktion Beruf und Leben 50plus gUG Drehscheibe 50plus http://www.aktion-beruf-und-leben-50plus.de
France GIP Autonom'Lab Groupement d’intérêt public d’innovation en Santé et Autonomie des personnes Rev'Lim Dual Stimulation - Cognitive Bike ("Vélo-cognitif" registred trademark) http://www.autonom-lab.com
Germany Wege aus der Einsamkeit e.V. We silver the net. The 1x1 of tablets and smartphones for people 65+/ Wir versilbern das Netz. Das 1x1 der Tablets und Smartphones für Menschen 65+ http://www.wegeausdereinsamkeit.de
Portugal Associação Fraunhofer Portugal Research GoLive Solutions http://www.fraunhofer.pt
Spain Fundació de Gestió Sanitària de l'Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau PROCUREMENT OF COMPREHENSIVE TREATMENT, ENHANCED BY DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES, OF PATIENTS WITH AUTOMATED IMPLANTABLE CARDIOVERTER DEFIBRILLATOR (AICD) http://www.santpau.cat
Spain Asociacion Cultural Gallega de Formación Permanente de Adultos. ATEGAL Senior Lab http://www.ategal.com
SPAIN CRUZ ROJA ESPAÑOLA THE SILVER AGE OF TELEASSISTANCE http://www.cruzroja.es
The Netherlands TanteLouise Optimal freedom for demented persons http://www.tantelouise.nl
the Netherlands Gezondheids Expertise Educatie Friesland Living lab "House of the Present" http://www.platformgeef.nl

Finalists

After thorough evaluations of all applications in different phases of peer- reviewing, we are happy and proud to announce the three finalists for each award category!

Congratulations to all who have made it until here, this is a great achievement

All finalist applications will be presented and celebrated at the First European Silver Economy Awards Ceremony on 3rd May 2018 in Brussels, where, after an exciting pitch of all nine finalists, also the winners will be announced. Come and meet the finalists, and celebrate with us!

We take this opportunity to thank all applicants for submitting their innovative solutions! They are all a great contribution to the European Silver Economy movement, and we much appreciate their dedication to this topic.

Finalists for the awards category Public authority
Country Organization Title Website
Denmark Center for Frihedsteknologi, Sundhed og Omsorg, Aarhus Kommune Project DokkX http://www.aarhus.dk
Denmark Syddansk Sundhedsinnovation The Generic Telemedicine Platform – bridging sectors with technology http://www.innosouth.dk
The Netherlands Gemeente Helmond Living with dementia, support for informal caretakers https://www.helmond.nl
Finalists for the awards category Non-for profit organisation
Country Organization Title Website
Portugal Associação Fraunhofer Portugal Research GoLive Solutions http://www.fraunhofer.pt
Spain Fundació de Gestió Sanitària de l'Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau PROCUREMENT OF COMPREHENSIVE TREATMENT, ENHANCED BY DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES, OF PATIENTS WITH AUTOMATED IMPLANTABLE CARDIOVERTER DEFIBRILLATOR (AICD) http://www.santpau.cat
The Netherlands TanteLouise Optimal freedom for demented persons http://www.tantelouise.nl
Finalists for the awards category For profit organisation
Country Organization Title Website
Germany nevisQ GmbH The smart baseboards http://www.nevisq.com
Israel Project-RAY RAY provides accessible smartphone solutions that are easy to use and intuitive to operate. http://www.project-ray.com
Italy Movendo Technology hunova: the new era of rehabilitation http://www.movendo.technology

Winners

Our high-level jury of Silver Economy experts has evaluated all excellent contributions of our nine finalists and we are proud to present the three winners of the First European Silver Economy Awards as announced during our ceremony on May 3rd 2018 

Winner in the awards category Public authority

The Generic Telemedicine Platform – bridging sectors with technology

Syddansk Sundhedsinnovation
Denmark
The Generic Telemedicine Platform (GTP) allows for a quick transition for pilot projects from idea to testing making it possible for the Region of Southern Denmark to collect useful experience with collecting, sharing and usage of sensory -, home monitoring - and patient reported outcome data. In this set-up ideas can be matured, the business-case can be tested and possibilities as well as barriers along the way can be experienced in a safe framework. The platform is generic and therefore provides the opportunity to quickly and budget friendly initiate new pilot projects. Furthermore, GTP makes it possible to meet some of the standards in Denmark and the rest of Europe that are required for the health care system of the future, where a lot more data will be collected from the citizens own homes. Data will be used by hospital clinicians, social sector staff and the GP’s. GTP can collect home monitoring, sensory- and patient reported outcome data and display it in a standardized and recognizable manner making it useful for health sector staff in getting a complete overview of the patient and using it in making treatment plans. Data collected in the homes of the citizens will be visible through the GTP for all relevant partners involved in the treatment of the patient since hospital, municipalities and general practitioners all have access to the same information. GTP is integrated to the health information system of the Region of Southern Denmark, which makes it possible to go from project idea to testing quickly without making the clinicians use a different system. This in turn means that the citizens can get started on providing data and receiving telemedicine quickly. So GTP is the tool in the Region of Southern Denmark which makes it possible to mature project ideas quickly and cost effectively – converting them in to specific digital health services for our citizens. An example of a project idea using GTP to make a difference for citizens is the GERI-suitcase, which is a telemedicine tool for strengthening collaboration around the most fragile elderly. It provides quick electronic sharing of objective measurements taken from the citizens’ home and supports knowledge sharing across sectors. The illustrations in the appendix show the connection between sectors via the GTP.


Link: http://www.innosouth.dk

Winner in the awards category Non-for profit organisation

GoLive Solutions

Associação Fraunhofer Portugal Research
Portugal
GoLive solutions, comprised by the GoLiveClip, GoLivePhone and GoLiveAssist was developed in partnership by Fraunhofer Portugal AICOS and the Dutch company Gociety Solutions, having in mind the health and safety of the general population and of seniors in particular. The GoLiveClip (GLC) is an easy-to-use, powerful sensor that combines activity monitoring, an alarm button, a fall risk analyzer and a fall detector. It provides direct practical support for an active, healthy and safe living. It comes with an alarm button that notifies pre-programed emergency contacts if the user presses it, but it also automatically registers a falling incident and dispatches notifications in case the user is unable to reach the alarm button. The device also automatically keeps track of movements and activity, such as the amount of steps the user takes, total time of activity and spent calories, among other variables. Thanks to this collection of data, it can calculate the user's risk of falling. This information is displayed in the GoLivePhone (GLP) app, which is compatible with any smartphone with Bluetooth and Android 5.1, or higher. GoLivePhone turns an Android smartphone into a smart companion with largely simplified controls – allowing people to make use of today’s abundance of smart functions without requiring any prior technological knowledge, like: chatting with friends, taking photos, playing games, sharing the significant moments with friends and family, and being fully connected to the rest of the world. Everyone will have easy access to the full range of technological possibilities available today. The GLP can be used as a new launcher for Android phones that replaces the default UI with a simplified version or, alternatively, just as a set of applications in the default launcher of the smartphone. The GLP offers other important features too, such as: location monitoring and geo-fencing, easy access to emergency contacts, and medication management, among others. Its purpose is to bring seniors and users with low technological literacy levels to the Information Society by providing them with an easy to use smartphone with significant features. Finally, the GoLiveAssist is a web portal that allows authorized caregivers to remotely access and control several features in the caretaker’s smartphone (e.g. show/hide applications, add location to points of interest, among others) while gaining real-time insights into the health-related metrics they generate.


Link: http://www.fraunhofer.pt

Winner in the awards category For profit organisation

RAY provides accessible smartphone solutions that are easy to use and intuitive to operate.

Project-RAY
Israel
RAY provides accessible smartphone solutions that are easy to use and intuitive to operate. RAY users are elderly people that suffer from sight problems, dyslexic, and cognitive difficulties that prevent them from using standard interfaces. Ray provides easy to use and common interface across all system functions including telephony, messaging, navigation, audio services, social networking, and visual recognition tools. For caregivers and family members, RAY enables remote assistance and remote setting of the device. Our patented technology, RAYclick, is an adhesive sticker that when attached to any touch device, provides a tactile interface with four physical buttons. Enabling users to control any function and application on the device, in a common, intuitive fashion, and considerable simplicity.


Link: http://www.project-ray.com

This is our final ranking:

Final Ranking in the awards category Public authority
Rank Country Organization Title Website
1 Denmark Syddansk Sundhedsinnovation The Generic Telemedicine Platform – bridging sectors with technology http://www.innosouth.dk
2 Denmark Center for Frihedsteknologi, Sundhed og Omsorg, Aarhus Kommune Project DokkX http://www.aarhus.dk
3 The Netherlands Gemeente Helmond Living with dementia, support for informal caretakers https://www.helmond.nl
Final Ranking in the awards category Non-for profit organisation
Rank Country Organization Title Website
1 Portugal Associação Fraunhofer Portugal Research GoLive Solutions http://www.fraunhofer.pt
2 Spain Fundació de Gestió Sanitària de l'Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau PROCUREMENT OF COMPREHENSIVE TREATMENT, ENHANCED BY DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES, OF PATIENTS WITH AUTOMATED IMPLANTABLE CARDIOVERTER DEFIBRILLATOR (AICD) http://www.santpau.cat
3 The Netherlands TanteLouise Optimal freedom for demented persons http://www.tantelouise.nl
Final Ranking in the awards category For profit organisation
Rank Country Organization Title Website
1 Israel Project-RAY RAY provides accessible smartphone solutions that are easy to use and intuitive to operate. http://www.project-ray.com
2 Italy Movendo Technology hunova: the new era of rehabilitation http://www.movendo.technology
3 Germany nevisQ GmbH The smart baseboards http://www.nevisq.com