Health 4.0 Forum - Discussions
[...] Last week, the Health 4.0 Forum was held at the British Ambassador’s Residence in Vienna, which brought together experts to debate the future of the healthcare sector in a context of digitalisation. And [...] And whilst the digitalisation of the health sector represents one of the most promising developments of our times, it has brought along new debates on privacy, regulation, policy and primary use cases. [...] example, the integration of big data, linked electronic records, and harnessing data to support public health decision making" Prof. Theo Arvanitis from the Institute of Digital Healthcare at the University
Health 4.0 Forum - What is next?
[...] Several expert discussions took place during the Health 4.0 Forum in Vienna, which included e.g. the trustworthiness of artificial intelligence, the role of the patient in a digitalised healthcare sector [...] n, but also to open the discussion to a wider audience from the Smart City sector, we invite the Health 4.0 participants and other interested parties to share their opinions on: What is the role of companies
Enabling cycling outside the city...
[...] to reducing overall car trips, decarbonising mobility in Madrid and thereby improving the overall health and air quality of the city.
25 Mio EUR funding to...
[...] the deployment of European Digital Service Infrastructures (DSIs) in the areas of Cybersecurity, eHealth, eProcurement, European e-Justice, European Platform for Digital Skills and Jobs and the Public Open [...] Essential Services (OES), National Competent Authorities (NCAs) or Single Points of Contact (SPOCs); eHealth - €5 million to improve cross-border healthcare access and services using ICT tools, specifically
Things Connected IOT Network
This use case partnered solution designers with challenge owners and set them on a course for co-designing and developing solutions that were not readily available on the market thus encouraging truely innovative solutions for unmet needs.
It also held a number of design led workshops with partners from a number of vertical industries including Mobility, Tourism, Circular Economy, Health and Smart Buildings to better understand some of the industry pain points that might be solved using IOT.
The Luftlotse app for Munich’s...
Air pollution is a growing problem for public health in city centres. To allow people to get around the city in a healthy and sustainable way, this measure is about the development of an app called Luftlotse - Der saubere Weg durch
die Stadt (the clean way through the city, in English).
Help build an open market...
[...] and uniform data between partners in the logistics chain; - Personal Health Train : various institutes work together to share health data confidentially; - International Data Spaces : various international
Multimodal Mobility Stations
[...] and protecting the health of residents and visitors.
Development of an integrated e-bike...
By providing access to less expensive e-trikes, this measure makes public mobility more acceptable.Therefore, the measure is expected to increase citizens’ willingness to change their travel behavior from car to bike. The measure is also expected to generally increase the knowledge of public e-bike sharing schemes and the number of users.
The experience with this system will be used as a basis for creating a replicable and (up)scalable concept of an e-mobility solution for all (public e-trike-sharing), leading to reduced emissions, improved mobility and greater health benefits
[...] . With MyApp, people could have an overview of data in their life, for example, personal data, health records, insurances and financial information. They are able to arrange things
Encouraging Cycling in Antwerp
The port area is currently not easily accessible by bike. Therefore, sustainable solutions for cycling commuters will be developed to overcome land and water barriers, improve cycling conditions and encourage commuters to travel to work via bike.
Sensor-based emission control...
Understand the contribution from Hamburg's port area as a source of air pollution. Together with AIS and weather information it should be possible to identify individual vessels as pollutants sources.
Greening 50 Houses in Vienna
The project "greening 50 houses" has developed a cost-effective, easily implementable all-in-one solution for greening the road-side facade of existing real estate. The greening prevents urban heat islands and improves the microclimate.