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  • 1st WELMO Newsletter

    You may click here to download the first newsletter of the project, presenting at-a-glance the main snapshots of WELMO’s first year.

  • WELMO in an EC workshop

    On behalf of the WELMO Consortium, Dimitris Kanakidis from EXODUS S.A. presented on October 22nd, 2019 the WELMO Project in the Workshop on  “Smart Bioelectronic and Wearable Systems” in Brussels. The event was organized by DG Communications Networks, Content and Technology, Unit A.3 Competitive Electronics Industry and the WELMO Project was pitched along with other…

  • WELMO Plenary Meeting

    A WELMO plenary took place on September 25th, at Coimbra, Portugal. The meeting was focused on the system design, the latest developments on the project’s electronics and the future plans for the project’s software. The meeting was combined with the presence of the consortium members in MEDICON2019, where the WELMO vision, objectives and current progress…

  • WELMO Initial Recordings

    A team of Medical Doctors from AUTH and CAU and electrical engineers from Coimbra performed a set of biosignal recordings regarding lung auscultation and Electrical Impedance Tomography (EIT) at respiratory patients in a large hospital in Thessaloniki, Greece last month. The recordings were conducted using standard existing equipment from the above institutions and regarded patients…

  • WELMO Plenary Meeting

    A plenary meeting took place at Thessaloniki, Greece on May 29th and 30th. The consortium reviewed the project progress so far and defined the steps towards the delivery of user requirements and the firts system design. Our next plenary meeing will take place at Coimbra, Portugal on September 25th, along with special session, presenting the…

  • WELMO Kick-off Meeting

    The kick-off meeting of WELMO project took place on January 24th-25th at EXODUS premises in Athens, Greece. During the meeting the main focus was given on the work-packages that have already started, as well the ones that are going to start during the first six months of the project. Especially, User Requirements and Electronics Development…

  • WELMO Project Started

    January 1st is the official starting date of WELMO project. WELMO is a 42-month project aiming at developing, and validating a new generation of low-cost and low-power miniaturized sensors, integrated to a comfortable vest, enabling the effective and accurate monitoring of the lungs, through the collection of sound and image signals, that can be combined, processed…