The Silicon Awards are the leading awards in the IT and tech world. The Augmented Resuscitator project was selected by a jury of influential experts in the field of new technologies.
Several months ago, Talan joined forces with AiiNTENSE, a start-up specialising in neuroscience, to develop their technological solutions based on artificial intelligence for patients in neurological reanimation.
The objective of these solutions is to provide decision support tools that are essential in intensive care to best assess the neurological status of patients. Indeed, thanks to cognitive decision support assistants, tele-expertise services and data collection in a single interface, these solutions create a collaborative work environment focused on care and adapted to hospital needs. This is a real asset for better patient care and follow-up.
Because the quality of neurological data is essential to improve patient care or to improve medical knowledge. The quality of medical decisions and research depends above all on access to quality and reliable patient data. However, neurological data are complex, come from multiple sources and are often not standardised.
The augmented resuscitator aims, thanks to artificial intelligence, to develop and operate an intelligent platform for decision support and diagnosis in the medical field . This will create value for the entire ecosystem:
These innovative and intuitive tools provide better data interoperability in the face of the heterogeneity of different hospital software solutions and the diversity of clinical observations. The partnership with AiiNTENSE and the resulting solutions perfectly illustrate a common raison d'être with Talan: " We believe that only a humanistic practice of technology will make the new digital age an era of progress for all . We are convinced that it is truly by being at the service of people that technologies deploy their full potential.