Data alone is not enough – it must also be analyzed. Artificial intelligence and machine learning come into play here. They not only manage to maintain an overview, but also to filter the important data and put it together to form a picture. Find out what's new in the field of big data and health IT here.
Exhibitors information systems and communications systems
Video: Measuring vital signs from the air with "FALKE"
The flight system "FALKE" (German for "falcon") could improve care during MCI events (mass casualty incidents). Using different camera systems and AI, it could be able to determine nature and amount of the different injuries, as well as the vital signs of injured persons.
MEDICA DEEP DIVE
AI diagnostics – from development to practice
Applications based on Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning could soon be encountered regularly in our medical practices. Patients themselves probably won't notice, but for doctors, AI will make a big difference in diagnostics.
In our MEDICA DEEP DIVE, you can learn more about AI applications for clinical use: We talked about projects in which AI is being developed, about user requirements and about how an AI moves from development to application.
Robots have already been part of our everyday live for some time now, whether in our private life or at many workplaces. But how can the automatic helpers be helpful as an assistant in everyday hospital life? We got to know some great ideas at MEDICA 2022.
Stäubli Tec-Systems GmbH: Helpful hands redefined
Medical robots are on the advance: Highly precise, rigid or flexible, they also have to meet the criteria for sterile surgical conditions. At MEDICA 2022, we visit the stand of Stäubli Tec Systems and see for ourselves why robots can be the helping hand of surgeons.
Cardiokol ltd – Listening for arrhythmias
Atrial fibrillation increases the risk of stroke – especially in people older than 65. The Israel company Cardiokol offers software applications that enable mass tele-screening for AF. At MEDICA 2022, we met Co-Founder Eli Attar for a video interview. He explained to us how the solution of the company works.
The 9th MEDICA CONNECTED HEALTHCARE FORUM connected health innovators, tech entrepreneurs, investors, and industry experts. It was once again the global hotspot for the latest tech and innovations that drive digital health transformation.
You could experience the future of medical care at these MCHF sessions:
The MEDICA HEALTH IT FORUM defines the future of digital healthcare. Dr. Kurt Becker from the APOLLON University of Health Sciences, greatly appreciates participating in the forum. Why? He reveals this in the video.
Hall 12, Stand 12E19
The MEDICA HEALTH IT FORUM was once again your platform for innovations. Top speakers and protagonists of the scene reflected on the path towards hybrid healthcare in high-level sessions. In addition, you could find topic-related exhibits from universities and research institutions in the adjoining exhibition area, giving you a comprehensive and tangible picture of data-driven medicine.
In 2022 the following sessions had Big Data and M2M as topic:
Infrared thermography for sports medicine performance diagnostics
Using a high-resolution infrared camera, sports scientists from the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz have discovered how blood flow in the human skin changes during exercise. They now want to exactly quantify these changes with machine vision and thus gain knowledge for performance diagnostics and beyond. We learn more about this in the video interview with Barlo Hillen and Daniel Andres Lopez.
MEDICA START-UP PARK
Startups showed in hall 12, stand E53 how they are bringing AI and Big Data to applications!
Electronical medical records (EMR) with artificial intelligence (AI)-based web forms.