Corscience will be a part of the Research Network of the HAW in Landshut

The Medical Technology research group at Landshut University of Applied Sciences receives funding for its work in the field of AI-supported image and signal processing.

Together with clinical and industrial partners, the group is developing methods for recording and correcting movements during medical data recordings. Corscience will be part of INMOTION (Innovative Motion Tracking Technologies in Medical Applications) and will provide material and technical support.

INMOTION means Innovative Motion Tracking Technologies in Medical Applications

The project focuses on the acquisition and description of movement data, in particular the correction of movements in vital data measurement and the further development of innovative augmented reality tracking projects for body and organ movements for instance during operations. Thanks to the in-house CO² and SpO² sensors and the development work on various monitoring projects, Corscience can offer the research group a wealth of experience in the areas of sensor integration and data interpretation. Development expert Manuel Seufert and Head of Development Dr Tobias Tröger will support the research group with their industrial expertise and industry perspective.
Due to the fact that Corscience has extensive expertise in the field of motion sensors, with its CPR Feedback Sensors Push and the findings from its development process, the company is happy to share this expertise.

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Drive research innovation, ensure its applicability to industry

“This interdisciplinary project is an excellent opportunity to bundle the region’s expertise and create added value for medical technology and everyone involved through mutual support. The implementation of such collaborative programs is crucial to systematically drive research innovation and ensure its applicability to industry”, says Dr Tobias Tröger, Head of Research & Development.

The initiative, funded by the Free State of Bavaria with almost €715,000 brings together the HAW faculties of ETWI and Informatic supported by the faculties of IDS and Mechanical & Civil Engineering. The project is medically accompanied by Bayreuth Hospital, Agatharied Hospital (Munich) and LAKUMED Hospital. In addition to Corscience, the students are supported by Cosinuss GmbH, mediCAD Hectec GmbH, Cariad SE and Infineon AG as research and industry partners.

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