A multi-disciplinary consortium of partners with complementary expertise


The GEYEDANCE project is run by a multi-disciplinary consortium consisting of 7 partners, including universities, research centers, companies, and SMEs.

Partners in the GEYEDANCE consortium have a long track record in robotics, sensing, and Artificial Intelligence, with active participation in national and international funded activities.
These partners cover different fields of expertise throughout the project development, from research and development to dissemination and communication.
They also have complementary roles in the exploitation activities during the commercialization phase, which occurs after the completion of the project.

GEYEDANCE Consortium

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ACMIT is an EN ISO 13485-certified research and development center in the field of medical technology that works on an application-oriented research and development, with the overall  goal to bring every progress to their real use in clinical context, to make medical treatment safer and more efficient.

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University of Verona(IT)


The ALTAIR Robotics laboratory is an Italian center of Excellence in the research and development of advanced robotic systems. Over the years it has been awarded several Italian and EU grants developing a wide knowledge in the field of robotic surgery.

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Preceyes (NL)


Preceyes BV is a medical robotics company with a CE-marked product for treatment of patients requiring vitreoretinal surgery. The company develops high-precision drug delivery treatments, and treatment quality of existing vitreoretinal surgery.

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University of Ferrara(IT)


The Department of Translational Medicine at UNIFE carries out activities based on the conduct of research-applications with technology transfer to companies (generating patents, spin-offs and industrial research) and to the healthcare context (with participation in clinical trials-activities for public health).

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University of Bern (CH)


ARTORG is the UBERN transdisciplinary Center of Excellence for medical technology research that tackles unmet clinical needs in diagnosis, monitoring, treatment and rehabilitation through innovative healthcare technology.



ZEISS Corporate Research and Technology (CRT) identifies innovative technologies and future application fields relevant for the future of ZEISS. With its technology competencies, CRT plays a key role in driving technological advancements within ZEISS.



ZEISS Medical Technology (MED) drives the progress, efficiency and access to healthcare technology supporting doctors to improve their patients' quality of life.



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