The Real Organ Generation (ROG) project has developed an innovative platform capable of capturing 2D images and converting them into 3D geometries using state-of-the-art 3D printing technologies. The mockups generated in the process, ready to be visualized in a VR environment, allow an unprecedented medical training approach, as well as a simulation of the actual conditions of patients on which to perform pre-surgical simulations in a healthcare facility.LEARN MORE
The MED3D project advances the phases of rapid mockup3D prototyping and development of a simulation platform for surgical interventions and interface with users, companies and institutions involved.
The goal is to strengthen the confidence of the healthcare sector in new technologies, to accelerate research, development and adoption of these technologies to provide more and better care for patients in need.
Since its foundation, MTM srl has been developing custom designed systems for the generation of cellular and murine models for biomedical research, in particular for the ALS and SMA (Spinal Muscular Atrophy).
The CASA SLA project, being part of the Company’s initiatives on research for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, operates not as a “cure” for the disease, but as a support to a psycho-social problem involving the patient’s family.
A brainchild of the futuristic vision of partner companies Techinnova, Nutritech, MTM, Ric3D and Biotica, the Circularponic project has led to the development of an aquaponic system capable of generating marketable output from the reuse and conversion of industrial by-products. The activities conducted in this laboratory make innovative use of the tools provided by IoT (Internet of Things) and Cyber Security technologies, through which it is possible to create a system not only for tracking products, but also for monitoring the parameters of farming and of the water.LEARN MORE
Within the tourism sector, the Never Stop project develops an app aimed at promoting guided tours for tourists within cities of art, starting from Lombardy and gradually extending to other regions and abroad.
Developed in different languages, the app aims at guiding tourists along a route that can be followed by walking: it will then be possible to simply frame with the smartphone the building or the artistic monument encountered in order to enter an augmented reality (AR) section, in which the user will have access to 3D videos and other multimedia contents.
The NeverStop project has been funded by: Bando SI4.0: Sviluppo di soluzioni innovative I4.0.