Do you find the combination of The Internet of Things and the health sector/industry interesting. The joind us at the workshop on the 31st of January at CBS, Porcelænshaven 26, Room 407.
We have lined up an interesting program:
10:00: Arrival, registration, coffee, networking
10:30: Leif Bloch Rasmussen, CBS: Ethical aspects of welfare technology, specifically health technology. What social sciences are currently occupied with.
11:30: Jesper Thestrup, In-jet: Telemonitoring, self-discovery and semantic interoperationability. Technical aspects.
13:15: Thomas Sørensen: Clinically focused development. New legislation makes it possible to introduce a new practice with regard to the authorities’ approval of medical equipment. The idea is to move the heavy costs from the start of product development to a later phase. Hence, investors don not need to focus on risk, but on return of investment, which would be attractive for all
14:15: Jacob Nielsen: Iot Startup Cortrium (www.cortrium.com)
15:20: Klaus Phanareth, the Epital: Experience with an ongoing telemedicine project in Lyngby-Taarbæk municipality, Denmark. The encounter between vision and reality. Status and perspectives
16:20: Wrap-up and finish