Staff, from left to right:
Gunmarie Persson, Hospitality Industry/social media
Kee Bergman, Project Manager/Market strategist
Benedikt Fasel, Case Supervisor/Doctor
Matej Supej, Senior Supervisor/Professor
HC Holmberg, International Senior Supervisor/Professor
Magnus Jacobsson, App developer
Michaela Hoernfeldt, Programmer
Alessandro Galloppini, Performance Engineer
Mathias Gilgien, Case Supervisor/Associate Professor
Adam Olofsson, Programmer
Mads Kjaer Madsen, Internships
Lars Hallstroem, Internships
Gustaf Holst, Internship inlines
Sophie Brundin, Internship public health
Marko Laaksonen, Senior Supervisor/Associate Professor
Feeling brave? Email us about internships!
With our excellent knowledge within sports- and performance technology, we create solutions and products that are not yet out there, we create tracking systems, working with sensor technology, Artificial Intelligence and many things within sports, health and outdoor that might come our way.

200202 Emergent Technologies Institute – alligators and solar cell innovations in the backyard!

(Photo: Internet of Sports, left to right: Kee Bergman, Huzefa Kagdi, Chair and Professor, Peter Michael, Renewable Energy Outreach Director and Erika Brandt, representing Demokratikonsult for Department of Growth)

A place where ideas can grow!
We took a walk in the backyard of ETI where there were alligators in the channel and innovations built up for solar energy. Florida Gulf Coast University in Fort Myers is moving its positions forward to be a player in technology and sustainablity, and here they do it in a very personal way. ETI also takes an interest in societal challenges such as health tech. As a new centre they are open to collaborations and they have a great attitude!
The 3 year young ETI is a 26,000 square foot research and development complex designed to support new educational initiatives, enhance regional workforce and economic development, and foster collaboration involving higher education, government and industry. The ETI also is the first project in the Fort Myers ITEC, a 240-acre development planned as a magnet for technology and research companies.
We canĀ“t wait to see what the future holds!