What will tomorrow’s operating room look like?
4 January 2018

The Condor project of IHU Strasbourg and IRCAD

LE PROJET CONDOR DE L’IHU ET DE L’IRCAD

L'IHU de Strasbourg - Crédit photo : Philippe Eranian

Axelle Lemaire, Minister responsible for Digital Affairs, has unveiled a few days ago in Paris the five projects that have been selected for the  “Great Digital Challenge”, among which the CONDOR project of IRCAD and IHU.

Axelle Lemaire, Minister responsible for Digital Affairs, has unveiled a few days ago in Paris the five projects that have been selected for the  “Great Digital Challenge”, among which the CONDOR project of IRCAD and IHU.

After the “3D-Surg” project, an 18 million Euro project, and then the “Everest” project (1,2 million Euro), IRCAD and the Image-guided Surgery Institute of Strasbourg have again teamed up for a large project in the field of eHealth with CONDOR (Connected Optimized Network & Data in Operating Rooms).

The CONDOR project, with a 14 million Euro budget, is inspired by the aeronautics to develop, within each operating room, a “black box” that records all the parameters of the surgical gesture, as well as a “control tower” to optimize care pathways of patients, in particular for outpatient surgery.

These “Great Digital Challenge” projects, which are deemed strategic for tomorrow’s industry, will receive public funding of 20 million Euros under the Program “Investissement d’Avenir”.

To read the full article: www.medtech-strasbourg.eu

Source: Medtech Strasbourg, 12th May 2016 by Anaïs SCHAMBIL

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