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NexGen - Next Generation of Body Monitoring (FKZ: 16ES0516)
The Project Next Generation of Body Monitoring (NexGen), targets to develop key micro-electronic technologies and components for future mobile/wearable health care systems. The feasibility will be demonstrated along 2 interconnected ubiquitous body monitoring systems of high social and economic importance, an implanted glucose monitor and a non-invasive on-body multi-parameter monitor. It will be pinpointed that these body monitoring systems facilitate new business cases in the mobile health care system.
This european Research and Development Project will be realised in the Charité in cooperation with Department of Endocrinology and Metabolic Diseases (Director: Prof. Dr. med. J. Spranger)
Coordinator: Infineon Technologies AG, Munich/Germany
Funding Volume Charité: ca. 710,000 EUR
Health region of the future Northern Brandenburg - Fontane (FKZ: 13KQ0904B)
The project is sponsored by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research over a period of ten years (2009-2018).
The aim of the project is the improvement of the health care for cardiovascular diseases in structurally underdeveloped rural areas by using broad application of modern IT-systems (Telemedicine or Remote Patient Monitoring) and biomarker guided diagnostics and therapy management across different health care sectors.
Product innovations like homecare platform and self-adaptive prioritising middleware supports this new health care model.
Since 2009 the industrial and scientific partners Deutsche Telekom GmbH, getemed AG, Brahms GmbH – Part of Thermo Fisher Scientific and Hasso Plattner Institute for Software Systems Engineering are developing in cooperation with the Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin these product innovations.
These product innovations will be evaluated in a clinical trial with heart failure patients since 2013: TIM-HF II
Funding Volume Charité: ca. 9 Mio. EUR
EvaluateTelemedicine as part of BerlinHECOR (FKZ: 01EH1202B)
The subproject EvaluateTelemedicine ist part of the Health Economics Centre BerlinHECOR (Centre for Health Economics Research) and will be supported for one year (2012-2013) by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research.
Funding Volume:ca. 64.000 Euro
European Network fOr FALL Prevention, Intervention & Security (E-NO FALLS)
The Thematic Network is funded by the European Commission within the programme CIP-ICT-PSP.2012.3.4 during 2013 and 2016.
The main goal of E-NO FALLS thematic network is to integrate and bring together knowledge, experiences and best practices acquired at European and international level in the area of fall prevention, intervention and safety
Total Project Volume: 1 Mio. Euro
Project Volume Part Charité: approx. 35,000 EUR
MAS - Nanoelectronics for Mobile Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) Systems (FKZ: 16SV4063)
MAS is funded by the Joint Ventures ENIAC JU and of the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research.
Research and development project MAS focus on the development of an integrated approach for the areas of health monitoring and therapy support at home, and mobile health, wellness and fitness. The Charité supports the consortium in the MAS system- and application-planning and later implementation, and performs the relevant clinical tests on the systems implemented in the form of clinical applications, with focus on cardiac patients.
Project volume:ca. 28 Mio. Euro
Project Volume, part of Charité: ca. 0,5 Mio. Euro
Partnership for the Heart (FKZ: 01MG531)
PfH was a research and development project which was funded by the German Federal Ministry of Ecomonics and Technology between 2005 and 2011.
Aim of the project was the development of a telemedical platform and the evaulation in a clinical trial. Ziel war die Entwicklung einer telemedizinischen Geräteplattform sowie der Evaluierung in einer klinischen Studie.
project volume: ca. 12 Mio. Euro
funded volume: ca. 3,8 Mio. Euro