b<>com of Cesson Sevigne at MEDICA 2019 in Düsseldorf -- MEDICA - World Forum for Medicine
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1219, avenue Champs Blancs, 35510 Cesson Sevigne
France

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Hall 15 / C10

18.11.2019

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b<>com's health innovations

 In the field of health, b <> com develops technological ingredients

For the surgical room of the future:
- Developing technological ingredients for the real-time, synchronized distribution of IP-based surgical videos. b<>com has specified a new standard and a world-first has been implemented at Rennes University Hospital early 2019
-Providing tools to help annotate surgical workflow

For help with the diagnosis of medical images:
-Developing algorithms and software for medical image processing, multimodal clinical data fusion (MRI, scanner, etc ...).

For clinical applications of Augmented Reality:
-Through technological ingredients for tracking and real-time tracking of 3D objects and body position.

For applications using connected objects:
- Provision of a physiological sensor data collection platform.

b<>com develops and deploys interoperability solutions for telemedicine imaging systems:
- b<>com contributes to the DICOM standard.

The developed solutions are validated by a clinical interest and respect the regulatory requirements related to medical devices. b<>com is ISO 13485 certified for Medical Devices.

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19.11.2019

Topic

all-day

b<>com's health innovations

 In the field of health, b <> com develops technological ingredients

For the surgical room of the future:
- Developing technological ingredients for the real-time, synchronized distribution of IP-based surgical videos. b<>com has specified a new standard and a world-first has been implemented at Rennes University Hospital early 2019
-Providing tools to help annotate surgical workflow

For help with the diagnosis of medical images:
-Developing algorithms and software for medical image processing, multimodal clinical data fusion (MRI, scanner, etc ...).

For clinical applications of Augmented Reality:
-Through technological ingredients for tracking and real-time tracking of 3D objects and body position.

For applications using connected objects:
- Provision of a physiological sensor data collection platform.

b<>com develops and deploys interoperability solutions for telemedicine imaging systems:
- b<>com contributes to the DICOM standard.

The developed solutions are validated by a clinical interest and respect the regulatory requirements related to medical devices. b<>com is ISO 13485 certified for Medical Devices.

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20.11.2019

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all-day

b<>com's health innovations

 In the field of health, b <> com develops technological ingredients

For the surgical room of the future:
- Developing technological ingredients for the real-time, synchronized distribution of IP-based surgical videos. b<>com has specified a new standard and a world-first has been implemented at Rennes University Hospital early 2019
-Providing tools to help annotate surgical workflow

For help with the diagnosis of medical images:
-Developing algorithms and software for medical image processing, multimodal clinical data fusion (MRI, scanner, etc ...).

For clinical applications of Augmented Reality:
-Through technological ingredients for tracking and real-time tracking of 3D objects and body position.

For applications using connected objects:
- Provision of a physiological sensor data collection platform.

b<>com develops and deploys interoperability solutions for telemedicine imaging systems:
- b<>com contributes to the DICOM standard.

The developed solutions are validated by a clinical interest and respect the regulatory requirements related to medical devices. b<>com is ISO 13485 certified for Medical Devices.

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21.11.2019

Topic

all-day

b<>com's health innovations

 In the field of health, b <> com develops technological ingredients

For the surgical room of the future:
- Developing technological ingredients for the real-time, synchronized distribution of IP-based surgical videos. b<>com has specified a new standard and a world-first has been implemented at Rennes University Hospital early 2019
-Providing tools to help annotate surgical workflow

For help with the diagnosis of medical images:
-Developing algorithms and software for medical image processing, multimodal clinical data fusion (MRI, scanner, etc ...).

For clinical applications of Augmented Reality:
-Through technological ingredients for tracking and real-time tracking of 3D objects and body position.

For applications using connected objects:
- Provision of a physiological sensor data collection platform.

b<>com develops and deploys interoperability solutions for telemedicine imaging systems:
- b<>com contributes to the DICOM standard.

The developed solutions are validated by a clinical interest and respect the regulatory requirements related to medical devices. b<>com is ISO 13485 certified for Medical Devices.

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  • 01  Electromedical Equipment / Medical Technology
  • 01.08  Operating technology and operating equipment
  • 01.08.01  Surgery room equipment

Surgery room equipment

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Oct 4, 2019

A new international standard for medical imaging

The product of three-and-a-half years of research, the DICOM-RTV (for Real-Time Video) standard is a major achievement for the teams of the IRT b<>com and DICOM Standards Committee, and a big step in the e-Health market. This advance will make video accessible to a larger number of professionals in operating rooms, which will have concrete positive impacts on patients.
Drafted by medical professionals and suppliers, the DICOM-RTV standard is the extension of DICOM for real-time exchanges.

Its main purpose is to make video in operating rooms, procedure rooms, and endoscopy rooms not dependent on a single manufacturer. The goal is to provide access to services that are currently too costly for hospitals.

Thanks to DICOM-RTV, there will be more compatible equipment, offering the opportunity to choose between different device makers.

This is progress toward concrete positive consequences for both medical professionals and patients. For instance, an experienced surgeon can watch an operation previously performed by a junior colleague if there was a complication requiring a new procedure, to reduce the risk of error.  A major advance, given that out of 8 million operations a year in France, more than 50,000 avoidable serious errors occurred.
Emmanuel Cordonnier, Director of e-Health at b<>com: "France is world-famous for the quality of its medical education and research. The DICOM-RTV international standard is a new example of this. We're very proud that b<>com, a French research center based in Rennes, was the driving force behind these three-and-a-half years of research. This is a major step forward for e-Health. Much like the Internet does for computing, DICOM helps to create a consistent ecosystem that allows numerous independent players to provide applications, products, and services with high added value along the entire supply chain.”
 
 
Finally, with this new DICOM-RTV standard, b<>com has demonstrated the strength of its development policy, which is based on convergence between teams and research. Much of the IRT's expertise in standardization comes from its work as part of the Video Services Forum (VSF).

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Jan 21, 2019

A world-first achievement by b<>com and Rennes University Hospital

On January 16, 2019, a team from Rennes University Hospital carried out the first-ever series of surgeries using a solution, initiated by b<>com, that retransmits images of the equipment used in the operating room, perfectly synchronized and in real time.
The product of research into decreasingly invasive operating techniques, image-guided surgery is changing dramatically. In an operating room, a surgery requires a team surrounded with equipment that provides video images of the operation (ultrasound, endoscope video, room camera), allowing the surgeon access to all the information he needs for the procedure to go as it should.

But the challenge today is how to increase manual precision and provide more accurate information, in a way that is perfectly synchronized with the operators. That’s why b<>com created software to synchronize the images of the equipment used for high-precision guidance of surgical procedures. The solution also handles the transmission of those video streams and the configuration of the equipment over an IP network, under a new interoperability standard called DICOM-RTV. This new international standard for real-time streaming video management is a major advance that will aid in numerous upcoming developments in surgery.

Deployed in a urology operating room, this system was successfully used by the surgical team during the operations on Wednesday, January 16. It makes it possible to combine and synchronize the images from the two video sources used simultaneously during surgery, in real time. For the occasion, this innovative solution was deployed in parallel with the existing equipment, after having been tested multiple times on a simulator before being used in an actual situation. The use of streaming video management in DICOM-RTV format in an actual situation to allow streams to be synchronized in real time is a world-first.

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About us

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A technology pioneer and provider for companies that want to digitally boost their competitive edge, b<>com addresses several industries: culture & creation, digital infrastructures, health, defence and industry 4.0. Its laboratories bring together talented people from a variety of disciplines and cultures in areas like artificial intelligence, immersive video and audio, content protection, 5G networks, the Internet of Things, and cognitive technologies.

b<>com's researchers and engineers, drawn from the ranks of industry and academia, work at its Rennes campus and at its sites in Paris, Brest, and Lannion.

Thanks to its world-class engineering team, its technology platforms and its unique mix of scientific and industrial knowhow, b<>com offers its clients technology solutions that give them invaluable competitive edge. www.b-com.com | @IRT_BCom

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