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Software Solutions for Vets

Nutrimenta Veterinaria (www.nutrimentaveterinaria.com) is a web application which permits an extremely easy and rapid way to customize nutritional plans for pets. Nutrimenta Veterinaria supports vets step by step, from the anamnesis to the definition of the personalized nutrition plan and the release of a detailed diet report for pet owners.

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Systems for Telemedicine and Home-Care

The Habilis Platform (www.habiliseurope.eu) is a web based software system that allows patients to exercise outside the hospital environment, expanding the time of rehabilitation and guaranteeing better recovery and higher quality of life.

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Mechanical Design, 3D Modeling and Simulations

The mechanical dept. of Signo Motus performs design activities assisted by Autodesk© state of the art 3D parametric modelling software and structural/ thermal simulation tools based on Finite Element Methods.

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Robotics and Automations

Signo Motus provides complete controls engineering and system integration, including design, programming, sub-systems assembly, testing and validation of robotics systems prototypes (main focussed on assistive technology solutions).
The Company acts also as distributor of Yaskawa Motoman industrial robots and automation systems (www.motoman.com).

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ICT Services and software solutions

The ICT dept. of Signo Motus provides complete ICT solutions and services to end-users, managing the whole development process (requirements analysis, system technical specifications, design, development, testing, deliver, support and assistance). A relevant expertise has been acquired in the eHealth domain.
The Company acts as exclusive Italian distributor of Pixel Technology s.c. RIS/PACS and teleradiology software solutions (www.pixel.com.pl).

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European Research (September 2008 / February 2012)

“Clinical Leading Environment for the Assessment of Rehabilitation protocols in home care”
Programme: ICT Policy Support programme under the Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme (CIP)
Coordinator: Signo Motus
Consortium: 13 partners (4 IT, 4 SP, 2 PL, 3 NL)
Costs: € 5.615.735

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The CLEAR project ended its intense and amazing experience in February 2012 obtaining important results to be used to deploy tele -rehabilitation services in Europe.

They can be can be broadly divided in three main sectors:

  1. Technical achievements obtained through the design and implementation of the interoperable software platform (Habilis platform).. The Habilis platform is flexible enough to be easily adopted in further contexts (e.g. further diseases, further service models). The quality perceived by users is generally good, especially from the patients and caregivers point of view and from very aged patients without previous IT skills.
  2. Clinical achievements related to six clinical studies on paretic upper limb in stroke survivors, acquired brain injury (ABI), dementia, osteoarthritis, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and chronic pain, carried out in the four centres of excellence in Italy, Poland, Spain and The Netherlands. CLEAR demonstrates that tele-rehabilitation is feasible, safe and efficacious being beneficial to patients affected by different diseases
  3. Methodological Achievements, concerning the Health Technology Assessment based on an innovative multidimensional approach focused on the analysis of all the technical, organizational and legal aspects of all the service components. The result is a complete, broad assessment, carried out by a pool of local independent assessors, providing insights and guidelines for further improving the service and for facilitating the potential service uptake within other Regions or Countries.

Since its inception, the Project had the ambition to create a European platform for tele-rehabilitation and to contribute to the harmonization of e-health services at European level.

With this scenario in mind, CLEAR carried out clinical trials in four Member States of the European Union (IT, ES, NL, PL), involving more than 960 patients affected by the most widespread chronic diseases heavily burdening on Health Systems: Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD); Musculoskeletal problems and chronic pain; Stroke; Mild cognitive impairments and Dementia.

Dedicated ICT-assisted, rehabilitation protocols for remote rehabilitation and chronic disease management have been designed supporting patient self-training (patient empowerment) under the remote control of medical staff.

These protocols allow people to maintain their abilities for a longer period of time through a personalised set of exercises that patients can execute at home or in “kiosks” located outside hospitals, and close to their abode, where patients can share rehabilitation facilities and socialize. The service is focussed on “HABILIS” integrating advanced information management and synchronous and asynchronous communication facilities. Patients perform the rehab sessions outside the rehabilitation centres, execute the specific exercises that are recorded, encrypted and sent to the clinical team to be reviewed successively. The software, purposely conceived to decrease the necessary time to analyse the data, allows clinicians to assess the performed exercises and update the rehab sessions remotely.


CLEAR has been a fundamental step in helping clinicians treating patients who seek health treatment in a comfortable environment, including home, under supervision of a specialized team.

Signo Motus has been involved both as Project Coordinator and as technical partner for the development of the Habilis Platform and provided the technical support underlying the implementation/management of the tele-rehabilitation service at EU level.

Available documents for download:

The CLEAR Project Factsheet
The CLEAR Project Final results


8th International Conference e-Health 2016 -
Madeira, Portugal, 1 - 3 July 2016

Part of the Multi Conference on Computer Science and Information Systems (MCCSIS 2016) Madeira, Portugal, 1 - 4 July 2016 (http://www.mccsis.org).

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Premio eHealth4all

Più vicino a chi ha bisogno. È questo il tema della seconda edizione del premio eHealth4all, dedicato alle migliori applicazioni digitali made in Italy per la prevenzione.
La nuova edizione del premio è stata presentata martedì 15 dicembre al Centro Congressi dell’Università Cattolica di Roma, alla presenza del Direttore Generale per la digitalizzazione del Ministero della Salute.

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Research & Development


Clear Project


IESS Project (F.I.T. L. 46/82)

The IESS Project aims to design and implement an ICT based platform that facilitates the provision of innovative services of primary care and Integrated Home Care (IHC), in particular those kind of services directed almost exclusively to meet the needs of elderly, disabled and patients with chronic diseases.

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Clear Project


Clear Project: Final results

CLEAR: the largest study on tele-rehabilitation ever in Europe, presents its final results. It demonstrates that tele-rehabilitation is feasible, safe and efficacious being beneficial to patients affected by different diseases.

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Adhere Project

Smart Materials

ADHERE Project (Italian National Plan of Military Research)

“Development of Electro Rheological Fluids suitable for the design and implementation of innovative electromechanical joints for vehicular applications.”

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Richard Project

e-Health Policies

RICHARD Project (FP7 Capacities – Region of Knowledge)

“Innovative health care models ICT based for the management of chronic conditions.”

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Research areas for BS/MS/PhD Thesis