Thanks to the AI algorithms, ophthalmologists will receive a draft estimation of the status of the pathology

2021 – The Rise of Telemedicine

From the beginning of the COVID pandemic back in March 2020, telemedicine is taking healthcare to the next level. It is promising to make state-of-the-art healthcare more accessible and fast, without the need to wait hours in line. The ongoing pandemic forced institutions and regulatory bodies to select alternative ways of providing healthcare services while limiting exposure to the virus. Telemedicine is bridging the gap…

Sensor-based behavioral informatics in See Far.

Sensor-based behavioral informatics in See Far.

The field of behavioral informatics has the potential to optimize interventions through monitoring, assessing, and modeling behavior in support of providing tailored and timely interventions. The See Far patient-centered research is ongoing utilizing a wearable sensing ecosystem and machine learning/AI to optimize the interventions. The latter is performed through the Smart Personalised profile which is a software component of the See Far solution. One of…

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The COVID 19 pandemic triggers the need for telemedicine

The COVID 19 pandemic triggers the need for telemedicine. The See Far project proposes a new model of specialized medical care that provides greater accessibility for everyone. It is estimated that approximately 180 million people in the world do  have diabetes and needs fundus examinations for good control and follow-up. Other diseases such as age-related macular degeneration or glaucoma are equally prevalent in society and…

SeeFar, the smart glasses that “explain” what we see

See Far project was presented on national television ‘Station ET3’ in Greece. Our partner FORTH presented the See Far smart glasses that will adapt to the needs of the users and optimize their view. In order for this to be achieved, we are developing a personalized visual assistant that will adapt the environment to the needs of the user by capturing the condition of the…

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1st HW bench prototype integration exercise

In the 3rd Plenary Meeting of the See Far project, held in Ioannina (Greece) on the 16th & 17th of January 2020, one of the most important sessions of the meeting was that dedicated to bringing together ‘physically’, for the 1st time, some of the ‘key’ HW components of the overall solution, with the aim to identify related interoperability/integration difficulties and to draw important conclusions…

el economista about see far project1

El Economista about See Far project

A project to improve the quality of life of people with visual impairments This new tool aims to be an unobtrusive solution in its design The See Far project, included in the Horizon 2020 framework program of the European Union, aims to provide support to the elder active population with visual impairments. Its development is carried out by a consortium formed by 12 partners from…

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