This workshop is divided into two sections:
AR Spectra S.a.r.l.
Arspectra’s TeleAssist is an innovative platform of Augmented Reality (AR) glasses, a mobile processing unit, and AR-based software enabling visual telecommunication with global connectivity and secure data-encryption for mobile forces and remote experts in medical or rescue use cases.
Military or terrorist attacks, natural disasters, major traffic accidents, and general ambulance present challenges to emergency professionals around the world. Remote medical emergencies - offshore, in the air, and on the ground - are extremely challenging by the unavailability of medical expertise on site or in transit.
For the treatment of many injured, despite lacking personnel resources, triage is very helpful and important. They quality of the first response treatment given depends strongly on the time, environment, and especially expertise available. Additionally is time necessary to communicate the patient status, describe the injury, and manage the transport to the right hospital that is best prepared for the reception and treatment of the patients.
Arspectra’s TeleAssist technology aims to tackle this lack of time and expertise by enabling global access to the relevant healthcare assistance in various medical emergencies. Arspectra’s AR glasses and the TeleAssist communication platform facilitates bi-directional visual communication:
- Same point-of-view registration enables direct oversight and comprehension of the emergency by the remote expert as if he or she was giving advice on site.
- Patient related information, instructions, and data visualizations are projected hands-free in the direct sight of the first responder.
The assistance is enabled regardless of environment and geographical location. The smart glasses are intuitively controlled by voice, allowing its user to keep his or her hands free, and focusing on the patient. This novel form of dynamic visual collaboration allows to naturally and significantly improve remote validation, communication, and assistance in medical treatments, tactics and education.
Workshop: The workshop will demonstrate several use cases where the innovative technology can improve the medical treatment and education. The participants will have an overview on how Arspectra’s TeleAssist can support healthcare professionals in their daily activities. End-results are improved scenario understanding, higher treatment success, improvement of transport whilst controlling cost, lower displacement needs, and especially global access to the relevant healthcare expertise.
TeleAssist differentiates itself from competition by developing and designing AR technology WITH and FOR the end-user, resulting in more performant and adapted technologies. Key service requirements lie in light-weight, hands-free unobtrusive use, state-of-art AR visualizations, and guaranteed full procedure autonomies for the mobile support technology for teams, tactics, protection and rescue.
Arspectra‘s TeleAssist ist eine innovative Plattform, bestehend aus einer Augmented Reality (AR) Brille,
Mobilgerät und AR-basierter Software, die visuelle Telekommunikation mit globaler Konnektivität und
sicherer Datenverschlüsselung für mobile Einsatzkräfte und Remote-Experten in medizinischen oder
Munich Military University, Institute for Computer Engineering / CODE E-HEALTH
Using mobile devices combined with augmented reality, you can try out a variety of realistic, external injury visualization as holograms displayed on the skin. This exercise-relevant augmented reality demonstrator can be designed to be dynamic and editable combined with audio effects. In a future research, this application will be linked to mannequins and their physiology simulations to use it as a mixed reality demonstrator.
In addition, a virtual reality demonstrator is offered for testing, in which you learn to use the intraosseous Fast1 infusion system. This cognitive VR trainer is supposed to train you all relevant objects and the correct order of the i.O. Fast1 infusion system in detail. The goal is to present key aspects of Fast1 training for CFR via VR in an understandable manner. In future research, it is also planned to implement this application in augmented reality, in order to be able to determine the media-didactic differences.
- target group:
- physician | paramedic | CFR | combat life saver
- PhD Leopold, Universität der Bundeswehr München; Herr Brunner, AR Spectra S.a.r.l.
- PhD Leopold, Herr Brunner
- Universität der Bundeswehr München, AR Spectra S.a.r.l.
- DLRG | Tagungsraum
- free places