Learn about our digital transformation pilot projects.
d-LAB sets up strong and collaborative partnerships by bringing together a wide range of institutions that otherwise would be very difficult to work side-by-side.
d-LAB is able to sum up the different capabilities and experiences between partners in order to achieve a global and aspirational common goal: to improve the lives of citizens.
Every year d-LAB delivers new pilot projects that turn societal challenges and transformational technological solutions into tangible and measurable results.
MJN: epilepsy seizure prediction
MJN joined forces with d-LAB to validate the SERAS device in a real-life environment during the trial in the Corachan Clinic. The pilot aims to demonstrate the ability of SERAS to record epilepsy seizures and assess its accuracy to predict the risk of a seizure before it happens.
This pilot project aim to test Wayfindr Open Standard in order to guide visually impaired people through indoor spaces using audio instructions from their smartphones. It is foreseen to trial it in a retail environment in Barcelona with multiple shops and routes to travel.
The objective of the project is to integrate Irisbond mobile eye-tracking technology with social networks to analyse and measure its communication potential and impact on patients with disabilities undergoing neurorehabilitation therapy.
The Mobile Connect solution is a simpler and safer way to access online services offered by the city council to its citizens. The objective of this project is to validate Mobile Connect as a strong and reliable technological solution for the delivery of digital public services.
Mobile Connect allows easy, secure and transparent access for patients of the private healthcare ecosystem to their personal healthcare information from any device at any time without any password, using only their mobile phone.
This project promotes the use of IoT & Big Data to improve tourism business processes and decision making at the Barcelona City Council. The use case analyses tourists’ mobility patterns on the high interest area of Sagrada Familia.
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