Medical Control of Personnel for Dangerous Processes
Development of the Medical & Psychological Control and Support System for Groups of People Involved into Extremely Dangerous Technological Processes (SMPC)
Tech Area / Field
- MED-DID/Diagnostics & Devices/Medicine
- INF-COM/High Performance Computing and Networking/Information and Communications
3 Approved without Funding
Russian Academy of Sciences / Institute of Biomedical Problems, Russia, Moscow
- PO Sevmash, Russia, Arkhangelsk reg., Severodvinsk
- European Space Agency / European Space and Technology Center, The Netherlands, Noordwijk\nUniversity of California / School of Medicine, USA, CA, San Francisco\nDeutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt e.V. / Institute of Aerospace Medicine, Germany, Köln\nUniversity of Applied Sciences / Department of Business Psychology, Germany, Lueneburg
Project summaryThe project is aimed on deep examination of common approach in developing the information infrastructure, which also includes a telemedical network as a tool to increase the efficiency of a local health care system, and on a pilot project development of this infrastructure, serves the needs of a real venture that uses hazardous technology.
The common approach is provided by the experience and the certain work done by the project participants based on innovative developments, which are carried out in following fields:
– space medicine including ISS flights;
– medicine for hazardous industries;
– medical information technologies in the framework of the 5th Framework program of the EU.
In the framework of the pilot network it is supposed to test the advanced medical devices and medical technologies, which then can be proved to be included in the network as supplementary medical network instruments.
Basing on the results of the project the report will cover the analysis of received scientific and practical results as well as recommendations on how the solutions and approaches that were worked out within the project can be used in future.
It is supposed that the implementation of solutions worked out within the project will significantly reduce the risks of the personnel’s health for extra hazardous and hazardous industries.
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