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Health technologies

Health technologies

Recent studies have shown that by the application of technology can reduce the number of hospital stays, on average, a 15%. This data shows the necessity of the application of health technologies in order to achieve a more sustainable healthcare system and saving up costs.

Population aging makes investment in health technologies offer a promising future in prevention and treatment of diseases, apart from automatizing management tasks such as pathology prevention, as well as allowing tracking patients without the necessity of them going to the hospital.

Personalized or precision medicine developing new chemical and biological entities is a must in this area. Likewise, it will become more necessary to have sanitary products and technologies which allow early diagnostic, forecast and treatment of diseases, including advanced therapies such as immunotherapy or gene therapy.

This field introduces main sectors such as biomedicine, bioelectronics, biomechanics and bioinformatics for the development of products and components, sensory systems for the analysis and measurement of biomedical and biomechanical parameters, mechatronic systems of action and analysis and development of custom algorithms for problem solving. Miniaturised systems, for application throughout the healthcare life cycle.

ITCL works in the following technologies:

  • Big Data Architectures
  • Customized electronic systems for experimentation
  • Bioelectronics
  • Bioinformatics
  • Biosensors

Projects

HOSMARTAI - Intelligent Hospital Development

European Project
  • Technology: Artificial vision, Artificial Intelligence, Robotics
  • Partners: INTRASOFT, Philips Medical, Green Communications, Telematic Medical, Vimar, F6S, Volta Medical, Univerzitetni Klinicni, IRCCS San Camillo Hospital, SARMAS, AXEPA, Fundacion Intras, ITCL
  • Funded by: UE
  • Duration: 2021-2022

ARADOS – Collaborative Platform for Rural Areas

European Project
  • Technology: 
  • Partners: Cluster AEICE, SIVI, FUNGE, ICCL, COTESA, ITCL
  • Funded by: MINCOTUR
  • Duration: 2020-2021

Mindtooth – Wearable device to decode human midn by Neurometrics

European Project
  • Technology: Technologies for prevention, simulation
  • Partners: BrainSigns, IBM Israel – Science and Technology Ltd, ITCL, Brain Products
  • Funded by: UE
  • Duration: 2020-2022

CAMASMART – Adaptive device to improve the autonomy of people in and out of bed

Regional Project
  • Technology: Biomedical robotics for rehabilitation
  • Partners: Fundación General de la Universidad de Valladolid, I+D Y EMPLEO SERVICONSULTING, ITCL, Cluster SIVI
  • Funded by: JCyL
  • Duration: 2019

WorkingAge – Smart Working environments for all Ages

European Project
  • Technology: Technologies for prevention
  • Partners: Fundación Intras, Universidad de Cambridge, Telespazio, Grupo Antolin
  • Funded by: UE
  • Duration: 2019-2022

IoT platform for lipoprotein removal

National Project
  • Technology: Sensory systems
  • Partners: Healthsens, FINBA, ITCL
  • Funded by: MINECO
  • Duration: 2018-2020

REHABICTUS – Intelligent Rehabilitation for Stroke

National Project
  • Technology: Biomedical robotics for rehabilitation; Sensory systems
  • Partners: INSYTE Electronics, G&L Group
  • Funded by: CDTI, Eureka
  • Duration: 2017-2019

Development of technologies in health services for chronic and elderly patients

Regional Project
  • Technology: Technologies for prevention
  • Partners: ITCL
  • Funded by: ICE – JCYL
  • Duration: 2016-2017

App Voice Care

Regional Project
  • Technology: Augmented Reality
  • Partners: Mutua Universal
  • Funded by: Mutua Universal
  • Duration: 2016

Bio-Acuisensor. Contaminant detection

European Project
  • Technology: Sensory systems
  • Partners: Dominion, ITCL
  • Funded by: CDTI, EAA-GRANTS
  • Duration: 2014

Nacodeal. Augmented Reality for memory loss

European Project
  • Technology: Augmented reality
  • Partners: ITCL, Cooss Marche Onlus, Eseniors, IBERNEX, imaxdi REAL INNOVATION   
  • Funded by: UE
  • Duration: 2010-2014