Context-Sensitive Data Glasses

Context-Sensitive Data Glasses

Research on possible applications of context-sensitive data glasses in clinical practice

Context-Sensitive Data Glasses

Research on possible applications of context-sensitive data glasses in clinical practice

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The project |

The project aims to develop the technological basis for a mobile information and communication system based on tooz smart glasses. The aim is to provide mobile and digital access to relevant information at the right time and in the right place, thus providing the best possible support for hospital staff in their daily clinical work. This can increase the quality of care and patient safety, as well as relieve the hospital staff.

Main Details

Project duration:
September 2020 – December 2021

Project Partners:
EKFZ Digital Health
tooz technologies
TU Dresden
University Hospital Carl Gustav Carus Dresden

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Abstract |

The Else Kröner-Fresenius-Center (EKFZ) for Digital Health is researching the use of context-sensitive data glasses in everyday clinical practice together with the Technical University of Dresden and the University Hospital Carl Gustav Carus in cooperation with tooz technologies. As part of the research project “ConSens Data Glasses 4 SME”, a system is to be developed at the Dresden campus that will make medical data available to hospital staff digitally and mobilely via smart glasses.

If you are interested in testing the system on your ward or in other medical contexts, please feel free to contact us.

Project team members|

Clinician |

TU Dresden
Faculty of Medicine
University Hospital Dresden
Medical Clinic I

Nora Martens
High Tech |

TU Dresden
Faculty of Computer Science
Institute of Software and Multimedia Technology
Chair of Software Technology

Dipl-Ing. Karsten Wendt

Cooperation partners – press contact|

Else Kröner Fresenius Center for Digital Health
Patrick Melzer
Tooz Technologies
Verena Schuhmacher