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MightyU

Germany

MightyU - A mobile, gamified therapy solution for children and adolescents with infantile cerebral palsy.

MightyU is a three-year research project with the aim of developing a growing and motivational game to support the training of children and adolescents with infantile cerebral palsy. The project is funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research under the programme "Kleine Patienten, großer Bedarf − Medizintechnische Lösungen für eine kindgerechte Gesundheitsversorgung". More information can be found on the official MightyU Blog.

Further project partners are:

  • Velamed GmbH, Cologne
  • Fraunhofer ISST, Dortmund
  • Social Pediatric Centre of the University Hospital Bochum
  • Meap GmbH, Witten

IoTAssist

Germany

MightyU - A mobile, gamified therapy solution for children and adolescents with infantile cerebral palsy.

MightyU is a three-year research project with the aim of developing a growing and motivational game to support the training of children and adolescents with infantile cerebral palsy. The project is funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research under the programme "Kleine Patienten, großer Bedarf − Medizintechnische Lösungen für eine kindgerechte Gesundheitsversorgung". More information can be found on the official MightyU Blog.

Further project partners are:

  • Velamed GmbH, Cologne
  • Fraunhofer ISST, Dortmund
  • Social Pediatric Centre of the University Hospital Bochum
  • Meap GmbH, Witten

German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI)

Germany

The German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) was founded in 1988 as a non-profit public-private partnership. In the field of innovative commercial software technology using Artificial Intelligence, DFKI is the leading research center in Germany.

Centigrade and DFKI work frequently together on pioneering topics. It is not only the common location directly on the campus of Saarland University that connects the companies, but also a common interest in intelligent problem solutions, innovation and social progress.

m.Doc

Germany

m.Doc is a digital healthcare pioneer from Cologne, Germany, founded in 2016, that provides numerous digital solutions for clinics, rehabilitation and care facilities, and medical practices based on its Smart Health platform. The company is at the center of a strong and steadily growing partner network that paves the way for digital innovations in the healthcare system. With its solutions tailored to the needs of the industry, m.Doc makes efficient care possible and thus gives doctors, nurses and medical staff more time for what is important: the patient.

WALKOLUTION GmbH

Germany

Walkolution sells mechanical treadmills without a motor, powered only by the users own muscle power. For their innovative treadmill desk, Centigrade developed an interactive game to encourage more exercise. Thanks to a setup consisting of a beamer, camera and microcontroller, graphics can be projected onto the treadmill, with which users can interact and push themselves to move more or faster. The application can be used not only in a work context, but also for therapy purposes in rehabilitation situations, for example.

edu-sharing NETWORK e.V.

Germany

In the non-profit association edu-sharing NETWORK e.V., a community of educational institutions, teachers, authors, researchers, content providers, free software developers and other stakeholders in the field of education, everyone is working together to design secure, networked educational clouds and make learning content and e-learning tools accessible. In events such as the OER & IT Summer Camp and community management projects such as JOINTLY.info, concrete implementable concepts and solution modules for OER-promoting technical infrastructures are created.

ITQ GmbH

Germany

As an independent services company, ITQ has provided software engineering and interdisciplinary project management for fifteen years.

The company’s concepts work because it applies its experiences in machine construction and take into account the specific problems of mechanics, electronics, and software in equal measure.

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