The PROTEIN Project at the “ML-assisted and 5G-enabled e-Health Systems” Workshop

Event date: 31 January 2020

ITI-CERTH, Thessaloniki, Greece

e-Health services are in need of continuous development to cope with the increase in aging population and reduction in available resources. Advancement in technology has been an important factor in such development of the e-Health services delivery. Advanced technologies such as 5G, AI and Machine-Learning will play an important role in the efficient and effective delivery of such services.

While the 5G standards are in place, the challenge to bring the 5G into services and business remains huge. At a time when spending on public services has never been under greater scrutiny, 5G will allow organisations related to health sector to utilise new services to improve efficiency, productivity and to save money in the long term, helping to automate processes otherwise taking up large proportions of budget and time.

At the same time, the engagement of these technologies in patient care have the ability to significantly improve care and even in emergency situations save patients’ lives. The advent of 5G presents an opportunity to transform e-Health services, enabling them to share a much wider range of communications data including video.

Furthermore, machine learning applications related on scene and video analysis, augmented reality for training and information sharing are technologies that will benefit from 5G networks providing improved and real time solutions. This will have a significant impact on effectiveness and efficiency of the related service delivery.

This workshop brings together technologists, researchers and medical professionals to debate on the use of advances technologies in support of healthcare systems and providers.

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The PROTEIN Project at the “ML-assisted and 5G-enabled e-Health Systems” Workshop

Event date: 31 January 2020

e-Health services are in need of continuous development to cope with the increase in aging population and reduction in available resources. Advancement in technology has been an important factor in such development of the e-Health services delivery. Advanced technologies such as 5G, AI and Machine-Learning will play an important role in the efficient and effective delivery of such services.

While the 5G standards are in place, the challenge to bring the 5G into services and business remains huge. At a time when spending on public services has never been under greater scrutiny, 5G will allow organisations related to health sector to utilise new services to improve efficiency, productivity and to save money in the long term, helping to automate processes otherwise taking up large proportions of budget and time.

At the same time, the engagement of these technologies in patient care have the ability to significantly improve care and even in emergency situations save patients’ lives. The advent of 5G presents an opportunity to transform e-Health services, enabling them to share a much wider range of communications data including video.

Furthermore, machine learning applications related on scene and video analysis, augmented reality for training and information sharing are technologies that will benefit from 5G networks providing improved and real time solutions. This will have a significant impact on effectiveness and efficiency of the related service delivery.

This workshop brings together technologists, researchers and medical professionals to debate on the use of advances technologies in support of healthcare systems and providers.

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