Our vision is to HUMANIZE ROBOTICS enhancing standard applications and creating new qualified industrial and medical procedures with an easy-to-program, intuitive-to-use, plug-and-play, flexible and modular robotic control unit. A new easy-way to bring to the market high-level integrated robotics, towards almost Ø integration-cost, fast-to-convert, high-standard and ready-to-use robotic collaborative platforms
Many recent developments in a wide variety of fields, such as artificial intelligence, image processing, sensing and cloud computing, have inspired Mediate Srl to “humanize” traditional industrial robotics by improving perception, intelligence and actuation (within a new easy-to-use and connected operating system). “Humanization” of standard robotics will allow executing – friendly – traditionally human-performed tasks, such as most of the operations faced everyday in SMEs but also in large enterprises.
Many medical procedures – such as laparoscopy, biopsy or colonoscopy – require precise manipulation of specialized tools and robots in order to be performed. The first medical platform Mediate Srl is going to commercialize is a collaborative robotic platform capable of performing a new pain-free colonoscopy. The platform – designed within the H2020-EU Project (Endoo, G.A.: 688592) – will bring to the medical scenario a painless new technique, as effective as current colonoscopy systems, for mass screening and early detection of colorectal cancer. Easy procedures by image-assisted robot-guided te
Mediate Srl – spin-off company of Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna – was established with the aim of bringing to the market disruptive technological and scientific advances in robotics improving the efficiency and quality of industrial and medical procedures. Mediate comes from a high-level worldwide recognized research institute – the BioRobotics Institute of Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna – and it is composed by a multidisciplinary team with horizontal competences.
Paolo Dario, with over thirty years of experience in multi-million European and National Projects, is Scientific Advisor and Co-Founder of Mediate Srl and Professor of Biomedical Robotics at the BioRobotics Institute of Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna
Gastone is CEO & Co-Founder of Mediate Srl. Gastone has a bioengineering background and a PhD in Medical Robotics and he is Assistant Professor at the BioRobotics of Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna
Andrea is an Aerospace Engineer, starting with FEA and design of light-weight composite structures. He translated his expertise in medical and robotics fields. Andrea try to overcome the gap between research and industry, using his problem-solving attitudes with a practical approach on the study, design, development and creation of new medical and robotics devices and platforms
Marcello is a Biomedical/Robotic engineer actively working in collaborative robotics in both medical and industrial scenarios. His experience paves the way to the development of novel technologies and robotics human-centered platforms.
Yu is a mechanical engineer working into the development of mechatronics platform for precise belt tension measurement; and the development of endoscopic vision module, in particular for a lens-CMOS calibration platform.
Francesco is a software and hardware developer with an electronics engineering degree obtained at the University of Pisa. For many years now, he have been dealing with electronic devices design in the biomedical field and in the control of integrated systems: this includes design, simulation and implementation, testing and system debugging
Marcello is a Mediate's external collaborator supporting the company for financial activities and business plans
Alberto is the Medical Advisor of Mediate Srl (Medical Division) and Associate Professor of Surgery at the Department of Surgical Sciences at the University of Turin
Mediate Srl is an innovative company with big ambitions. With us, you will become part of a dynamic team that is challenged to perform on a daily basis. We put ideas into action. We offer an exciting job in a dynamic and fast-growing company with the opportunity of working alongside skilled and talented colleagues. You will be working in teams with open-minded, passionate and engaged colleagues that are doing what they love to do, in an environment where all ideas and creative solutions are welcome.
As a software engineer specialized in computer vision, you will be part of a highly skilled team whose members are jointly responsible for designing, developing and maintaining the high-level software in our robotic applications. At Mediate Srl we have a highly transversal structure, which allows for our employees to bring their expertise to several exciting projects. Currently, two main projects, under Mediate robotics division, will require your contribution in computer vision software implementation. In the first project, the software you will be working on image manipulation and relevant information extraction in the form of features that will then be used in machine-learning algorithms for classification purposes. For the second project, you will be responsible of the implementation of 3D image reconstruction from point-cloud representations in order to aid on the generation of trajectories to be followed by a robotic arm. You will have the opportunity to work with SoA imaging technologies and software, intuitive user interfaces, 3D graphics, and much more.
In general terms, we are looking for an enthusiastic software engineer or computer scientists willing to:
We are looking for fast-learning, highly-qualified candidates with proven experience in the field of computer vision. The ideal candidate has some knowledge of National LabVIEW, mainly, but also MATLAB, C++ and Python experience in required.
Further, we expect the following from you:
Location: office based in Pontedera (Pisa)
As a control engineer, you will be part of a highly-skilled team whose members are jointly responsible for contributing to the development of a versatile, modular and interconnected robotic platform capable of solving nowadays automation needs faced by SMEs. Your employment at Mediate will require for you to contribute in the major steps of the design cycle, i.e.: i) designing, ii) developing, iii) coding, iv) simulating, v) testing, and vi) reporting functional modules for our general-purpose industrial robotic platforms. The general-purpose industrial robotic platform is composed of: 1) perception devices, such as sensors and other information sources, 2) intelligence modules interpreting and fusing such information used to guide, and 3) actuation modules. In particular, the following modules could benefit from your contribution:
Those modules will be developed to solve real-world problems using the potential of our modular industrial control unit, working on highly challenging and stimulating problems to deliver new solutions using advanced robotic systems.
In order to candidate to this application, you are required to have a MSc in Control and Automation or Robotics Engineering. We are looking for a passionate, fast-learning candidate, willing to work in a stimulating and dynamic environment, with strong interpersonal skills. In addition, to best fit the job application profile, you should have experience in performing as many of the following tasks as possible:
Location: office based in Pontedera (Pisa)
As a mechanical design engineer, you will be part of a highly-skilled team whose members are jointly responsible for contributing to the development of our versatile, modular and interconnected collaborative robotic platforms. Specific tasks will be focused on sketching, designing and engineering-for-manufacturing structural and mechanically functional components for the next generation of robotic platforms.
The general-purpose robotic platforms developed at Mediate Srl use a wide variety of actuation modules such as anthropomorphic arms, mobile platforms or robotic grippers that in many cases require either to be fundamentally re-designed or enhanced to best execute their tasks. In particular, the following actuation modules would require your contribution:
The aforementioned tasks will contribute to solve real-world problems using the potential of robotic systems, working on highly challenging and stimulating problems to deliver new solutions to nowadays problematics.
In order to candidate to the application, you are required to have a MSc in Mechanical, Aerospace Engineering or equivalent. Further degrees or awards (e.g., masters, professional courses) will be considered as an advantage for the application. We are looking for a passionate, fast-learning candidate, willing to work in a stimulating and dynamic environment, with strong interpersonal skills. In addition, to best fit the job profile, you should have experience in performing as many of the following tasks as possible:
Location: office based in Pontedera (Pisa)