FINKI is a partner in the project NATO mutli-year science for pease project NATO SPS project G5825 – “Smart Patch for Life Support Systems - SP4LIFE”. The project has started on 10th of March 2021 and it will end on 10th of March 2024. Coordinator for FINKI is prof. Ana Madevska Bogdanova.
Web of the project: www.um.sav.sk/SP4LIFE
The first project Workshop will be organized 27-29 September, 2021 (ICT Innovations conference) http://ictinnovations.org/workshops
The objectives of the project are to:
- develop wearable monitoring platforms with:
- a.) sensitive respiration, heartbeat and auditory sensors based on graphene,
- b.) ECG, SpO2 and body temperature sensor modules,
- create a biocompatible wearable body-sensing interface hosting electronics, alarm, low-power transmission for light-weight, portable applications
- create a software that will generate alert in real time, at the moment of critical physiological parameter changes or changes of the triage medical status according to START algorithm,
- use Artificial Intelligence to create unsupervised software capable of real-time diagnostics and rapid countermeasures’ selection,
- analyze existing (AS-IS) processes and consider their re-design (TO-BE processes) in organization of patient management on the site of accident with respect to wearable monitoring technology being developed,
- create a network of young scientists training in soft and hard skills in the wearable electronics for biomedical applications.
Partners of the SP4LIFE project:
- Institute of Measurement Science, Slovak Academy of Sciences (IMS), Slovakia (NPD)
- Institute for Chemistry, Technology and Metallurgy, Centre for Microelectronic Technologies (ICTM), Serbia (PPD)
- Faculty of Computer Sciences and Engineering, Sts Cyril and Methodius (FCSE), N. Macedonia
- Universitè libre de Bruxelles (ULB), Belgium
- Faculty of Medicine in Bratislava, Comenius University in Bratislava (FM), Slovakia
The Kick-off meeting was held on-line due to the Covid pandemic, on 10.03.2021.