The new frontier of
Perception measurement

Innovative start-up



About Us

The perceptive Lab aims at scientifically validating and commercializing the SuperSense product. The SuPerSense project has as objective the design and the development of a platform for postural rehabilitation based on Perceptive Surfaces. The postural rehabilitation treatment through the use of SuPer has been demonstrated to be effective, but at the state of the art, it suffers from some weakness points: 1) the treatment cannot be repaetable, and 2) it is impossible to acquire quantitave data during the reabilitation sessions. The SuperSense project aims at creating a sensorized system; the latter will provide single sensorized pressure modules to be mounted under each Su-Per element. At the same time, it will be developed a software componet able to acquire in real time the signal output from individual sensors. The output signal will be translated into a realtime feedback for the therapist and data will be saved for subsequent analises.

Our Team


Prof. Ennio Spadini

Co-Founder, CEO

Prof. Ennio Spadini graduated in 1973. In 1975 he obtained the Specialization in Manual Medicine at the Hotel Dieu Paris VI Jussieu University and in 1976 the Specialization in Rehabilitation Medicine at the Sapienza University of Rome. He is the ideator of Perceptive Surfaces, a rehabilitative therapeutic system which is at the basis of the present project and object of a patent in 1997. Since 1994 he has held managerial positions in various hospital structures: from 2001 to 2017 he was the Director of the Complex Rehabilitation Operative Unit of the S. Filippo Neri Hospital in Rome and recently he became the Director of the Medical and Rehabilitation Department (Hospital Assistance Area) of ASL Rome 1. He held several courses for the Specialization school in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and for the degree in physiotherapy organized by private schools and universities (University of Tor Vergata, Sapienza University, University of Siena, Campus Biomedico University), in this context he has been supervisor of several thesis. From 1986 to today, he has been author of several articles on rehabilitation on national and international journals and books


Francesca Schettini

Co-Founder, CTO

Schettini Francesca graduated in Biomedical Engineering in 2010. In 2014 she completed her PhD in Bioengineering at the "Alma Mater Studiorum" University of Bologna. The National Bioengineering group has awarded the "Massimo Grattarola" PhD prize to her PhD thesis for the contribution towards the evolution of brain-computer interfaces from research prototypes to communication and interaction aids with the external environment for people with severe motor disabilities. Her research activity mainly concerned the translation of the Brain-Computer Interface (Brain Computer Interface–BCI) from research prototypes into usable and reliable devices. She mainly works on classification algorithms for the supervised and unsupervised recognition of specific electroencephalographic signals. Since 2016 she works as a Bioengineer at the Assistive Tecnology Center of IRCCS Fondazione Santa Lucia in Rome. She is author of several articles on national and international peer-review journals.

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Lazio Innova

Pre-Seed grant

by Francesca Schettini Lug 08, 2019 News

Perceptive Lab is one of the winners of Pre-Seed grant with SuperSense Project, a new perceptive system (CUP: F84E17001150006).

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00196 Roma, Italy
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