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New CEO at Lindholmen Science Park AB
14 August 2018
Lindholmen Science Park’s new CEO, Tord Hermansson, will take office on October 1. “I am proud of and enthusiastic about this new opportunity, and I am looking forward to working to strengthen the power of Swedish innovation.”
AI will find more patients with sepsis while still in the ambulance
8 June 2018
The PreSISe project, being run by Prehospital ICT Arena at Lindholmen Science Park, is one of seven projects that has been granted funding in Vinnova’s “Artificial Intelligence for Better Health” call for proposals. Vinnova has awarded the project SEK 3.7 million in funding.
Engaging workshop into making AI useful in medical care
31 May 2018
There was a great deal of involvement at PICTA’s first — and fully-booked — workshop in the Clinical Decision-Making Support focus group. Over 30 participants discussed both future applications of AI in medical care and the challenges of making useful applications, regulatory issues and access to sufficient amounts of usable data.
From Lindholmen Science Park to the Volvo Group
24 May 2018
After 13 exciting years at Lindholmen Science Park, it is now time for Niklas Wahlberg to leave his post as CEO and take on new challenges in the Volvo Group. “What I’ve been part of for all these years has been fantastic,” Niklas says.
Sweden will create a leading international environment for collaboration on AI
16 May 2018
On May 16, Peter Eriksson, Minister for Digital Development, launched an international leading artificial intelligence collaboration (AI) - Data Factory & Arena. The venue will be established in Gothenburg at Lindholmen Science Park.
ViPHS project presented at stroke conference
16 May 2018
Hanna Maurin Söderholm from the University of Borås presented the ViPHS project at the European Stroke Organisation Conference (ESOC). ViPHS — short for Video Support in the Prehospital Stroke Chain — is an initiative from Prehospital ICT Arena and is led by Lars Rosengren, Professor of Neurology at Sahlgrenska University Hospital.
FLISA and Prehospital ICT Arena strengthens collaboration in IT and eHealth in Swedish ambulance medical care
28 March 2018
FLISA (the Federation of Leaders in Swedish Ambulance and Emergency Services) and PICTA (Prehospital ICT Arena) at Lindholmen Science Park are working to increase cooperation in driving the development, utilization and innovation of IT and eHealth in ambulance medical care.
Improved decision-making support could save lives
22 March 2018
The first Metis Forum of the year once again gathered some 50 participants from the industry to discuss areas where ICT and eHealth have great potential for enhancing efficiency and improving prehospital care in a broad sense. This time, the focus was on sepsis and various types of support for assessment and prioritizing.
Video support in ambulances – project receives SEK 1.5 million
24 January 2018
When the results of the call for applications in the VGR Innovation Fund were presented, it became clear that the ViPHS project – an initiative from Prehospital ICT Arena at Lindholmen Science Park – had been awarded funds this time as well: nearly SEK 1.5 million.
Latest news from Basen
21 December 2017
Another year is coming to a close, and apart from Christmas tasks, thoughts naturally turn to the year that has passed and the one that is to come. During 2017, those of us at Prehospital ICT Arena (PICTA) held three packed Metis Forums – and after every symposium we were struck by two things: how great interest has been in the prehospital field, and how many interesting, innovative things can be put under the heading of Prehospital IT and eHealth.
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ICT in ambulances
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Lindholmen Software Development Day 2019
University of Gothenburg
Business Region Göteborg
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Seminar about AI in Prehospital healthcare
Chalmers och PICTA
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