ROVER Project Webinar on Future Secure eHealth Architecture on 10 Dec 2020 at 5:00-6:15 (UTC/GMT +2)

Join our free ROVER Project Webinar to discuss Future Secure eHealth Architecture.

Register now: https://www.lyyti.in/rover-project-webinar

ROVER EU H2020 MSCA RISE project (ID: 872752) focuses on seamless, dependable, energy-efficient and secure solutions for future wireless eHealth. The global project team brings together multidisciplinary expertise from Finland, Norway, United Kingdom, Italy, United States, Australia, Thailand and Japan.


ROVER Project Webinar on Future Secure eHealth Architecture offers a great opportunity to explore the proposed modular end-to-end healthcare concept for improved patient imaging, more accurate patient diagnosis, increased security and privacy.


Webinar Programme:


End-to-end eHealth Architecture

Jari Iinatti, University of Oulu, Finland


Security and Privacy Protection in the Health Domain: Today and Tomorrow 10 mins

Lorenzo Mucchi, University of Florence, Italy


Microwave Imaging and Integrated Intelligence - New Modalities

S. Rana, London South Bank University, United Kingdom


Use Case of UWB Imaging: Breast Lesion Detection

Gianluigi Tiberi, UBT Tech SRL, Italy


Future Wireless Implants and Data Analytics

Ilangko Balasingham, Oslo University Hospital, Norway


Molecular Communications to interface biological and electrical computing

Massimiliano Pierobon, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, United States


In-body Capsule Endoscope Localization

Attaphongse Taparugssanagorn, Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand


Exploitation of ROVER Results

Paul O' Brien, Elaros 24/7 Limited, United Kingdom


Q&A


The Webinar aims to open discussion especially in the following areas:


Healthcare professionals’ needs

· What challenges and obstacles are healthcare professionals currently facing in the domains of monitoring?

· What benefits could interconnected wearables and non-wearables bring in the future?


ROVER project’s solutions

· What new features is ROVER proposing for wearables and non-wearables?

· What can the ROVER architecture offer for future hospitals and healthcare services towards 2025?

· What can the secure solutions offer in comparison with current standard and practice?

· How are ROVER experts considering end-user aspects in the commercial outcomes?


Project results will include new algorithms and validated system prototypes for non-invasive, non-ionising interconnected wearables and non-wearables, which are expected to enhance usability and affordability. The created solutions will assist, automate and classify patients’ monitoring and diagnostics, supporting automated processing of health data and decision-making through artificial intelligence.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 872752.

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