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ECSEL project FITOPTIVIS is launched

 

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HI Iberia participated last 11th, 12th and 13th of June in the Philips Museum in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, in the kick off meeting for ECSEL project FITOPTIVIS. This project, funded by the ECSEL Joint Undertaking and the MINCOTUR in Spain, will do exciting new research in video and image processing cyber physical systems that use flexible distributed infrastructures between the network core and the edges. HI Iberia participates in a use case for people monitoring using cutting edge computer vision and augmented systems installed in their homes. This use case will be mainly performed HI Iberia in cooperation with Spanish partners such as RGB Medical, Seven Solutions and the University of Granada, in addition to Hurja from Finland. The results of this use case are expected to generate new functionalities for the technologies used by HI Iberia in their platform REVITA for monitoring patients and senior citizens at their homes.
We invite you to follow the results of this exciting new project through our news channel here in HI Iberia.