First GEYEDANCE pre-clinical trials in Forli

On February 3rd 2024, the GEYEDANCE consortium gathered in Forli for the first pre-clinical tests.

During this event, the system components developed by various partners were fully integrated, marking a significant milestone in the project’s progress. The integration was highly successful, and the consortium gained valuable insights that will be instrumental in future developments.

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