Medere is engaged in numerous research activities and many cooperation both with national and international universities and with companies in the technological and bio-technological field. Research activities are focused on new technologies and their application in the health and industrial field. Below are some of the research projects in which Medere are involved.
The POP project (Personalised 3D printed foot orthotics) aims to innovative productive process for the development of personalized 3D-printed foot orthotics.
PASSO project (sensorized corrective insoles for therapeutic monitoring) aims at the development of a customized corrective and therapeutic insole with integrated monitoring system.
The I4I (Innovation for Inclusion) project aims to improve the quality of inclusive rehabilitation services using modern 3D printing and CAD modeling technologies and aims to improve the quality of life of people and children with disabilities.