Concretely virtual

Internet of Things is the present future: a better way of working, living, learning and having fun.

The Internet R-evolution

Exprivia has undertaken a series of projects that concern home automation, robotics, avionics, biomedical devices, monitoring in industry, telemetry, wireless networks of sensors, supervision, detection of adverse events and environments and concepts of everyday life.

Predicting clinical risk: Artificial Intelligence at the service of patients

Andrea Pazienza Innovation Lab Exprivia

The research carried out by theExprivia Innovation Lab and published in the international Evolving Systemsjournal analyses how to exploit the best Machine Learning model to predict the clinical risk category of patients with a limited number of vital parameters.


The SI-ROBOTICS project aims to conceive and develop new solutions in the field of ICT assistive robotic technologies to support the provision of healthcare services. The scientific objective of SI-ROBOTICS is to design and implement easily adaptable technological solutions to help the elderly in their daily activities and to assess the progress of their physical and cognitive decline (fragility, dementia, mild cognitive impairment). This makes it possible to identify specific challenges for early diagnosis, objective assessment, therapy control and rehabilitation. Innovative robotics concepts and solutions will be introduced to anticipate user needs and provide assistance, monitoring and coaching.


The aim of the INSTAMED project is to create an integrated hardware and software platform for standardization and advanced automation, through IoT (Internet of Things) and / or CPS (Cyber-Physical Systems) technologies, of the processes of diagnosis, care and surgical treatment with a personalized medicine perspective.

Telco & Media The future of 5G for business with Exprivia and Cradlepoint

Download the ebook IoT and 5G: the shift in the Smart Factory paradigm

IoT and Smart Factory. Industry 4.0

The expression Industry 4.0, used for the first time in Germany in 2011, gives a good idea of the transformation centred on the use of data and digital technologies for connecting, innovating and governing the entire value chain.

The Exprivia Smart City. Smart technology for smart behaviour

A city can only be defined really smart when the investments (both in traditional infrastructure and in ITC) made in human and social resources lead to a sustainable economic development, a higher quality of life and effective management