GPI signs a collaboration agreement with the Trentino area scientific research system to improve one of its flagship products, the Riedl Phasys robotic cabinet, used for drug logistics in hospitals and retail pharmacies around the world. The University of Trento, FBK and HIT have taken on the challenge: for a period of about 20 months, they are committed to developing a technological solution aimed at process acceleration, addressing a growing market demand.
The project was illustrated in a press conference this morning.
In the picture, from left:
Massimiliano Rossi (Gpi), Alessandro Cimatti (FBK), Andrea Sartori (Hit), Flavio Deflorian (UniTN)
This year Gpi will be presenting GPI4Blood and Umana Medical
The consortium won the tender for 5.44 million euros
Acquisition of the 75% of the share capital