News & Events
News & Events
UNINOVA is the TOP 1 institution, according to the EC Statistical Analysis on the H2020 SC6 Projects on Cultural Tourism.
The results obtained in the scope of the research project BCETR will be presented on the 7th December. This project focused in technologies to handle eletronic ticketing applications, with the aim of its transformation into real-time event processing applications.
Smart Bear, a European project that develops a Big Data platform to provide an intelligent and personalized digital solution to support an independent and healthy lifestyle in the elderly community, is already in the testing phase in Madeira, coordinated by UNINOVA.
The Regional Government of Madeira now provides the population with the "Holobalance" technology, which consists of specific equipment to promote personalized and motivational virtual training for patients and users with balance disorders.
The testing phase of the Smart4Health platform has now arrived to Lisbon and Vale do Tejo region, specifically at UNINOVA facilities on the FCT campus. Access and manage your health data anywhere and at any time. Collaborate with a unique and innovative project at EU level.
We are happy to announce that DIH4CPS website is a finalist at the .eu Web Awards in category Laurels! DIH4CPS is one of the H2020 projects coordinated by UNINOVA. The final result will be revealed at the 14th of October at the Award Ceremony.
The inititative Madeira Digital Health and Wellbeing highlighted in Portugal Live on RTP1.
The initiative "Madeira Digital Health and Wellbeing", organized by UNINOVA, brings together digital projects in the areas of health and well-being, and promotes, starting today 24 May 2021, a set of public demonstrations, in Funchal, on the use of technology in medicine.
UNINOVA installs telemedicine system in Madeira. This telemedicine system is part of the “Madeira Digital Health and Wellbeing” initiative, which will be launched to the public on May 26, in Funchal.
UNINOVA - Institute for the Development of New Technologies at NOVA School of Science and Technology participates in a project that intends the robot "Júlia 1" to be able to decontaminate, in a practical and efficient way, large spaces, such as health units, factories, offices or shopping centers.