24th of November 2022Eindhoven, Netherlands
We are delighted to invite you to the exclusive Stakeholder Workshop on Artificial Intelligence and Robotics in Hospitals and Care centers that will take place on Thursday, 24 November 2022at Philips´ premises in Eindhoven, Netherlands.
The event will provide a platform to discuss experiences and recommendations on the implementation of AI and Robotics within the Hospital on the example of eight real-life use cases. The ongoing large-scale pilots are currently implementing and evaluating improvements in:
- medical diagnosis,
- surgical interventions,
- prevention and treatment of diseases and
- support for rehabilitation and long-term care in several Hospital and care settings.
The session will be complemented by four health technology projects funded through the HosmartAI Open Call competition. The four European SMEs will pitch the following:
- EMMA: Emergency Clinical Support by VIDAVO S.A.
- FHIR-DIET: FHIR De-Identification and Pseudonymization Tool by Docunque SRL
- SEGTNAN: Secure Establishment of Group Testing Network Across Nations by Synaptic ApS
- SmartMap SNOMED: HosmartAI smart data mapper – semi-automated mapping utility for SNOMED CT by Medicalvalues GmbH
The workshop is targeted at decision-makers at hospitals or care centers and companies developing AI and robotics technologies applied to medical environments. Participants will have the chance to come together with the professionals conducting the pilot projects, meet the innovative companies behind the solutions and discuss experiences in exclusive small groups.
Apply now by sending an email to Mercedes.firstname.lastname@example.org until 28 October. Due to limited space, we encourage you to register as soon as possible to secure your place.
The event takes place within the framework of the EU-funded project HosmartAI – Smart Hospitals of the Future.
The HosmartAI mission is to guarantee the integration of Robotics and AI Technologies in new Healthcare environments while providing a space for the display and deployment of such solutions. In addition, it analyses the benefits of using these technologies by creating an environment where digital healthcare tool providers will be able to design and develop new solutions.
|HosmartAI has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 101016834.|