Innovation and Implementation accelerator for Complex Rehabilitation Technology.
The i2-CoRT program brings together knowledge & experience of rehabilitation centres, knowledge centres, SME businesses, healthcare sector organizations and patients in order to promote and accelerate innovative rehabilitation technology implementation.
Update December 2019
On Dec 10 Adelante organized the Bijzondere Bijzonder Meeting during which innovative products and ideas were presented. This annual meeting took place in the i2-CoRT test center and provided health care professionals an opportunity to see the latest activities around rehabilitation technology.
MZIC students presented the rehab training possibilities with the Virtualizer which led to enthusiastic response. The program will be extended in 2020 and possibilities to detect movement for patients with an impartial spinal cord injury will be investigated. We will also observe whether virtual reality will enhance the execution of the exercise.
Update June 2019:
More and more students find their way to the i2-CoRT offices at Adelante. Supported bij EIZT they assist in projects. We want to make it a lively environment were people stimulate each other to answer questions and offer solutions regarding innovation in rehabilitation devices.
Processes are put in place. Guidelines provide a pathway in order to deliver what’s next.
Update November 2018:
On September 10 and October 11 we had meetings with the members of the WorkPackages (WP). Activities were aligned and where applicable WP-groups could work together to achieve results aimed for. Again fruitful meetings.
The i2-CoRT facilities at Adelante are open for potential users. Together we will create a longlist of potential users resulting in a short list of companies to be contacted.
Update June 2018:
The i2-CoRT project started as per May 1, 2018 and I am a team member working out of the EIZT offices from Zuyd Hogeschool in Heerlen.
We had the first Project Team Meeting on May 24, 2018. It was a fruitful meeting which resulted in a follow-up meeting on June 26.
At the EIZT offices groups discussed the action steps and it was agreed upon to follow-up on these action steps in september (date to be set).