Rover


The project ROVER (RELIABLE TECHNOLOGIES AND MODELS FOR VERIFIED WIRELESS BODY-CENTRIC TRANSMISSION AND LOCALIZATION) has been awarded a H2020-MSCA-RISE-2019 grant.

RISE scheme is one of the four main Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) aimed at implementing strategies of Excellence Science through the development of careers and training of researchers able to innovate across sectors, disciplines, and countries. The objective of the RISE scheme is to promote international and intersectoral collaboration between participating organisations through R&I staff exchanges, and sharing of knowledge and ideas from research to market.

The ROVER consortium is formed by a highly skilled multidisciplinary team of experts from eight countries seeking to develop novel solutions and procedures for international adaptation of complex non-invasive on-body and in-body wireless systems for healthcare devices. The cross-sectoral and multinational composition of the consortium enables a natural route from profound basic research to health-related applications facilitating the commercialization of wireless technology innovations for international markets. The ROVER team is capable of contributing to all levels of the Research, Development and Innovation (RDI) process of new end-to-end approaches.

Thanks to ROVER, the following organizations will perform staff exchanges OULU UNIVERSITY, UNIVERSITA DEGLI STUDI DI FIRENZE , LONDON SOUTH BANK UNIVERSITY OSLO UNIVERSITETSSYKEHUS , JSB Solutions , ELAROS , UMBRIA BIOENGINEERING TECNOLOGIES , YOKOHAMA NATIONAL UNIVERSITY , UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY SYDNEY, ASIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY , WORCESTER POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE, NIST , University of Oulu Research Institute Japan, UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA.