Scientific consensus meeting on Rehabilitation in Parkinson’s disease

Siamo orgogliosi di promuovere la prima tavola rotonda internazionale “Rehabilitation in Parkinson’s disease: current practice, technology, and innovation”.

L’evento, dedicato ai più innovativi ed efficaci metodi di riabilitazione nella Malattia di Parkinson  raccoglierà a Bologna, l’11 e 12 maggio prossimi, dieci fra i massimi esperti europei in materia.

In occasione della tavola rotonda internazionale, mHealth Technologies presenterà, in anteprima, un riabilitatore virtuale: Gait Tutor.

Qui il comunicato stampa Italian_PressRelease_ConsensusConference


We are proud to promote the first international scientific consensus meeting on “Rehabilitation in Parkinson’s disease: current practice, technology, and innovation”.

During this event, covering the most innovative and effective methods for rehabilitation in Parkinson’s disease, clinical experts from all over Europe will gather in Bologna on May 11th and 12th.

mHealth Technologies will present Gait Tutor: the virtual trainer on this event.


mHealth Technologies at the European Congress of NeuroRehabilitation

We showcased our products at the ECNR 2017, the European Congress of Neurorehabilitation in Lausanne, Switzerland (

The most important international experts in neurorehabilitation had a chance to try our products hands-on.

If you missed the opportunity of meeting with us there and you want to know more about our products, or if you want to know which congress we will be next, please send us a mail to





mHT in the TOP 10 at FUTURO, Forum Leopolda

mHT was selected among the top 10 start-ups for innovation in healthcare at the FUTURO initiative of the Leopolda Forum in Florence.

FUTURO is an initiative that looks for new ideas and projects that can make innovation and sustainability coexist.

The initiative has tthe objective to share best practices, excellence and to award and provide visibility to the best italian start-ups in the life sciences sector.

#MADEinBO – Hi-Tech for social

Our CEO Carlo Tacconi was present at #MADEinBO, a meeting in Bologna, Italy for young companies working in the social sector. The event was sponsored by CNA.

We won the special prize by “Il Resto del Carlino”, an important italian newspaper!

Here you can see the video (in italian language) of our CEO presenting mHT:

1st PLACE – Wired Audi Innovation Award

Alberto Ferrari of mHealth Technologies has won the “Wired Audi Innovators Award” dedicated to Italian innovators.

The Wired Audi Innovation Award has the clear objective to find people and business models that can change Italy. Each month the network of Wired magazine examined dozens of innovators under 35 and innovative companies. From this research the names of 10 innovators and 10 companies emerged, whose stories were in a special issue (December 2014).
In the end, two winners were selected among 200 participants.

Alberto Ferrari won the under 35 award, while Eos won the award for innovative companies.
Alberto Ferrari was awarded for the Gait Tutor system, a new mHT product.

The award ceremony was held at the impressive Audi City Lab of Via Montenapoleone, Milan.

1st Place and Audience Award – Mobile Health & AAL Challenge

The Mobile Health & AAL (Ambient Assisted Living) App Challenge was held during the MobileMed 2014 (International Conference on Mobile and Information Technologies in Medicine, Prague, November 2014). The aim of the challenge was to engage researchers, mHealth startups, and entrepreneurs in developing smartphone apps in the field of Ambient Assisted Technology and applications for mobile Health.

Alberto Ferrari won the first prize – gold award ($ 1,500), in relation to the Gait Tutor app.
Alberto Ferrari also won the Audience Award ($ 1000), a special award voted by the event participants.

Young Innovators under 35 Italia 2014 – MIT Technology Review

Alberto Ferrari of mHealth Technologies was selected as one of the top 10 innovators of 2014 by the “Young Innovators under 35 Italy” initiative, promoted by the magazine MIT Technology Review.
“Young Innovators under 35 Italy” is the Italian branch of the international award given by the American magazine MIT Technology Review. It promotes technologies and best research projects by selecting the best ideas in the field of applied research from young scientists. The award also aims to give visibility to the most promising Italian research that can lead to the  creation of high-tech startups.

Alberto Ferrari was selected in relation to the Gait Tutor system, a tool of enormous interest in the biomedical field.

The award was presented on May 12 2014, at the Alma Graduate School of the University of Bologna. Alessandro Ovi, MIT Publisher and Editor of MIT Technology Review Italy, was the master of ceremonies of the event. Former EU President Romano Prodi handed the prestigious award to Alberto Ferrari.