ICT, Creative Industry and Design

Includia Srl (MO)

Includia is an innovative startup born out of the experience of its founders in the sphere of immersive technologies with the objective of helping people to improve their quality of life and ensure the integration of all individuals into society regardless of any limiting factors.

Social inclusion, integration, equal opportunities, social responsibility and commitment are the values we uphold, striving for innovation and working for technological and social transformation.

Minerva Systems (MO)

Minerva Systems provides system software that optimizes the design and simplifies implementation of applications that have predictable multi-critical parameters and are based on AI for the next generation of integrated systems.

Minerva Systems is a startup and spinoff of the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia.

It operates with a team of around a dozen people in Modena (Italy) and Munich (Germany).

Commodo (BO)

A startup that develops innovative projects in the catering sector for safe and comfortable outdoor dining facilities with attractive tables and seating, operational autonomy, and equipped with IT management systems.

Amplesso, Faustina, and Aurelio is a system comprising seating, table, and an autonomous, independent heating system that prevents food getting cold and maintains comfort for diners.

Cloudvision (MO)

Cloudvision is an Intelligent Assisted Reality platform with native integration of Unified Communication and Artificial intelligence technologies.

It provides contextualized digital support for on-site workers equipped with professional smartglasses or smartphones with internet access.

An easy to use web interface enables users to create and access virtual rooms where audio/video collaboration sessions can be conducted in real-time and involving multiple participants.

Arsoluta (BO)

Arsoluta is the first digital platform that makes it possible to find, talk to, and collaborate with artists from all over the world, exhibiting, buying, and selling artworks, without exclusivity restrictions and only minimal commissions.

The idea arose from the lack of a space where emerging artists could freely exhibit their works, equivalent to SoundCloud for musicians or YouTube for videomakers.