Research and Development


The Digital Revolution

Research, development and innovation are the key focus areas for Camanio Care. The field of digital healthcare is evolving rapidly, not only are we a part it of but we are leading the development. Camanio Care consists of people that are passionate and life for welfare technology. Our origins are individuals with specific needs, healthcare professionals and researchers. We believe in everyone’s right to dignity, integrity, security, quality of life and happiness. For our own future and for everyone’s future.

Today, Camanio Care has partnerships with several major and well-known universities, research institutions and organizations from around the world such as Japan, Australia, USA, United Kingdom, Sweden and China. We are very proud and satisfied with the interest that these academies show for our current and upcoming products. It is definitely an advantage for us as a company to be able to be part of these highly knowledgeable development environments where our products are in the spotlight.

Several years of research and development has laid the foundation for today’s quick digitalization. Although robotics have been used for many years within industries and manufacturing, this type of technology is new to the home. Today Camanio Care is at the forefront of commercialization, introducing solutions in practice both in Sweden and internationally. Despite modest sales volumes, historically Camanio Care is one of the companies that in total has sold the highest number of robots within healthcare in Europe.

Ongoing and previous R&D collaborations

  • The Oxford University, Engineering Science
  • University of Milan, Department of Computer Science
  • Eurecat, Technology Centre of Catalonia, department of eHealth
  • Politecnico di Milano, Department of Electronics Information and Bioengineering
  • University of Plymouth, Centre for Robotics and Neural Systems
  • Örebro University, Center for Applied Autonomous Sensor Systems
  • University of Málaga, Automation
  • Mälardalen University, PhD studies about usability for elderly
  • Kristianstad University Sweden & Linnaeus University, Meal technology for a health and independent elderly life
  • Swedish ICT Research AB, Experience Centre Design for a Robotic Eating Aid
  • Governmental report on how technical and IT-based support enhances the every-day situation for persons with reduced decision-making capacity
  • Västerås municipality, Östersunds municipality and the Swedish Agency for Participation, A project to evaluate the ability to strengthen the persons with reduced decision-making capacity with the help of welfare technology.
  • Katrineholms municipality and Research and Development Sörmland, a project to evaluate if jDome and strengthen the fellowship at the care home
  • Deakin University, Australia, stroke-rehabilitation with jDome
  • On With Life Rehabilitation centre, Iowa, USA, evaluation with neurological patients
  • Tokyo Institute of Technology
  • Waseda University, Japan, Department of Computer Science and Communication Engineering
  • Karlstad University


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