Accredited Academic Spin Off
"Aldo Moro University

DIVA - Digital Innovation

eHealth and Well Being

Smart City & IoT

Cyber Security



DIVA is an accredited academic spin-off of the University of Bari Aldo Moro. 

Thirty years of experience in ICTO More than
50 successfully managed research and development projects
Internationally recognised experts in the fieldReviewers
for H2020 projectsConsultants


innovation projectsInternational

tenders for

innovative services


Highly innovative ICT projects
RI and SS in the natural and engineering sciences
Provision of technical assistance to client companies
Investment incentive advice
Accompaniment and vocational training
Customer care, competence and consistency

             Machine Learning

Machine learning (also known as machine learning) is a branch of artificial intelligence that brings together a set of methods, developed since the last decades of the 20th century in various scientific communities, under different names such as: computational statistics, pattern recognition, artificial neural networks, adaptive filtering, theory of dynamic systems, image processing, data mining, adaptive algorithms, etc.; which uses statistical methods to progressively improve the performance of an algorithm in identifying patterns in data. In computer science, machine learning is a variant of traditional programming in which a machine is given the ability to learn something from data autonomously, without receiving explicit instructions to do so.

            Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence (or AI, from the initials of the two words) is a discipline belonging to computer science that studies the theoretical foundations, methodologies and techniques that enable the design of hardware systems and software programme systems capable of providing computers with performances that, to a common observer, would seem to be the exclusive domain of human intelligence.

Computer Vision

Machine vision (also known as computer vision) is the set of processes that aim to create an approximate model of the real world (3D) from two-dimensional (2D) images. The main purpose of computer vision is to reproduce human vision. Seeing is understood not only as the acquisition of a two-dimensional photograph of an area but above all as the interpretation of the content of that area. Information is understood in this case as something that implies an automatic decision