Roselien Buys, University of Leuven -PATHway Consortium: "This afternoon, we had three machines running non-stop for five hours and over 100 children, adolescents, adults and elderly tried an exergame and/or an exerclass. Even more people came along to have a look and get information on PATHway. Reactions were very positive, people liked both the class and the game and many asked where they could get the system because they were truly interested for themselves or for a family member. From this, we really can be proud of what we together accomplished so far and be motivated to keep up the good work".
30th September 2016 (Explorathon'16), at the Glasgow Science Centre, the Health Economics and Health Technology Assessment (HEHTA) Stand received over 80 visitors.
PATHway was successfully presented at the Life Science 2016 event organised "to boost business, partnering and networking opportunities" that took place on 26/28th of October. Engineering joined this event on behalf of the PATHway Consortium mainly to meet potential partners interested in concretely exploiting the PATHway solution. PATHway was represented with its own profile on 26th of October having a broad discussion/consultation with external stakeholders on the future of the platform and possible exploitation modalities.