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Cybertec Services S.r.l.

It’s more then 40 years that pc has the same shape.

The Project ComputArte has the goal to satisfy not only the computational needs, but even the user’ aesthetic ones, revolutionising the enjoyment of contents in no-mobile situation, through voice and gesture recognition technology.

The new paradigm lends itself to become the ideal collector for home automation and e-health with an interface on TV in the living room.

In addition, offering a user experience with natural commands (voice and gestures) it is proposed the typical 2.0 interactivity of the Internet, on TV 1.0 contents, helping to break down the digital divide.

We interpret the pc in various shapes, colours, styles and materials, even noble, to achieve differentiation as synonymous of wealth of diversity, and to meet the aesthetic pleasure that, as such, is subjective and eschews a flat standardization.

International patents have been obtained concerning ornamental models and an innovative cooling system for electronic components which allows the use of high-performance platforms, in extremely compact volumes. Such a system can be profitably adapted also on a large scale with appropriate engineering (server farm).

The ornamental appearance provide the product with a unique ergonomics (ease of access to the input ports) and allows the reduction of the environmental impact, thanks to the lengthening of the life cycle of a product which make it easy the replacement of obsolete or broken components, in order to maintain an housing purchased with an emotional boost which decrees a feeling of attachment, further on the evaluation of utility.

The products also allow to convey messages and brands.

Which other Creative Sectors has the SME worked with?
Design, Mobile & Social Media, Games, Multimedia & Web, Architecture, Performing & Visual Arts, Audiovisual, Music, Open Data, Contemporary Arts, Publishing, Fashion

Which other Growth Sectors has the SME worked with?
Environment & Energy, Healthcare (Life Sciences & Medical), Manufacturing, Retail & Leisure, Financial Services, Society & Social Environment, Education, Tourism, Heritage, ICT, Transport & Logistics, Public Administration & Commerce, Automotive Industry, Construction, Maritime Economy, Technology, Catering

Were any relationships rewarding?


How does the SME think it could benefit from other sectors' input?

The most relevant benefits from other sectors’ input are related to business field.

Cybertec’s expectations are:

* Increase of the revenues
* Widening of the portfolio service

What can the SME offer other sectors?

Thanks to PC installed in the living room Cybertec is able to offer to the users many services and functionalities (‘last mile’). The added value consists in the creation of a direct interface between technology and users (e.g. voice recognition technology interface): direct benefits are easy to use applications, accessibility to a broad range of services.

To what extent would the SME be prepared to share information?

The company is totally available and prepared to share information.

How would the SME describe its potential for cross innovation?

Potential for cross innovation is deemed to be great by the company itself.

Some future developments can be the share of best practices with new organisations from different countries in order to promote the existing applications and to potentially design and implement new platforms.

Out of the 11 Cross Innovation Partner Cities, are there any particular cities with which the SME would like to form a new relationship?
Amsterdam, Berlin, Birmingham, Linz, Lisbon, Pilsen, Stockholm, Tallinn, Vilnius, Warsaw

Are there any particular organisations outside the SMEs home country, with which it would like to connect?

Organisations operating in the health sector are the most interesting to be connected to.

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