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ACQVA Ausili di Controllo per migliorare la Qualità della Vita in Autonomia

ACQVA Ausili di Controllo per migliorare la Qualità della Vita in Autonomia

ACQVA is for People with Reduced Motor Activity (PRMA).
This project allow PRMA becoming independent for actuating different tasks, both at home and at office, which are now impossible to actuate without helps from other people.
ACQVA is intuitively performed by PRMA and is low cost. No training is necessary, no economic efforts are necessary.

Italy


ACQVA Ausili di Controllo per migliorare la Qualità della Vita in Autonomia

Giovanni Saggio (Ideatore e coordinatore), Vito Errico (Sviluppatore hardware), Franco Giannini (Consulente), Carla Cenci (Comunicazione e Disseminazione), Mariachiara Ricci (Tester), Antonio Pallotti (Tester), Fabio Pietrobono (Sviluppatore hardware), Fa

Giovanni Saggio (GS) received the degree in Electronics Engineering and the PhD in MicroElectronics and Telecommunication Engineering at the University of Rome “Tor Vergata” (Italy).
GS is Researcher and Aggregate Professor at the University of Rome “Tor Vergata”), holds chairs about Electronics at the Engineering Faculty and at the Medical Faculty.
GS authored or co-authored more than 180 scientific publications, five patents, several book chapters and is unique author of four books about electronics.
GS co-founded the Captiks enterprise (www.captiks.com) involved in systems to measure human kinematics, and the Seeti enterprise (www.seeti.it) involved in virtual and augmented reality systems


Stand A9 (pav. 6) - Università degli Studi di Tor Vergata

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