Published, on the FI-WARE eLearning platform , a new audio\video course about the legal compliance for developers using FI-STAR eHealth platform.
Continue the interaction between FI-STAR and the SMEs involved in the FI-PPP Accelerators initiative. More than 23 SMEs, involved in the FI-C3, Fiche and Finodex accelerators were provided of an account and started in integrating FI-STAR enalers within their application architectures.
Added a new entry for the FI-STAR EHR (Electronic Health Record) specific enabler owned by the new partners: University of Cyprus, InfoTEX Software Solutions LTD. The EHR system is designed to represent data that accurately captures the state of the patient at all times. It allows for an entire patient history to be viewed without the need to track down the patient’s previous medical record volume and assists in ensuring data are accurate, appropriate and legible. It reduces the chances of data replication as there is only one modifiable file, which means the file is constantly up to date when viewed at a later date and eliminates the issue of lost forms or paperwork.
Added a new entry for the FI-STAR Motion Evaluation specific enabler owned by the new partners: CERTH (Centre of Research and Technology Hellas), DCU (Dublin City University). The main goal of this enabler is to provide highly accurate patient movement analysis to third party application for a wide range of exercise and movement based rehabilitation applications (such as those being developed by Start-ups and SMEs in the eHealth Gamification space).
Published within the FI-WARE E-learning platform new courses for the Event Service SE, the Local Data Storage SE and the Time Service SE. Links are made available from within the Documentation section of such enablers (bullet Training Material). The courses are publically available.
Added a new entry for the FI-STAR Semantic Enricher specific enabler owned by the new partner FZI. The main goal of Semantic Enricher SE is to extend the real-time signals with semantic information in order to enable semantic complex real-time processing of the signals sensed from different types of sensors.
During the plenary meeting in San Sebastian a demo was presented showing the usage of some enablers of the FI-STAR Platform, MS1 release (April 30th). A presentation is available under the documentation section of the EventService SE.
The FI-STAR Catalogue has been released in order to support both the application developer and the final application provider to access the FI-STAR Platform.