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The people and teams we work with on big and small projects that come spend time understanding the challenges of Emergency Medicine and help develop solutions. Universities, Research groups, Third sector and Industry working in our environment providing expertise, unique perspectives and enthusiasm. Enabling us to engage in impactful work across the continuum of emergency care delivery. Developing and delivering innovative ideas demonstrating value for our patients, staff and colleagues.

Canon Medical

The SHAIP solution delivers a clinical AI research platform, hosted within an approved Safe Haven environment, together with a clinical AI evaluation platform that uses Canon Clinical Cockpit software, hosted within a live hospital environment. They are served by a software component called the SHAIP Edge Appliance, which integrates clinical data in a format suitable for ingestion by both the research and the clinical evaluation parts of the platform. The SHAIP solution also manages the overall security and audit traceability of usage across all components.

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Bering Research

 

Bering was founded in 2010 by Dr. Ignat Drozdov with the aim to use Artificial Intelligence to answer important questions in biology and medicine.

Our team brings together clinicians, engineers, visual design experts, psychologists, and data scientists. With over 150 peer-reviewed publications in the field of medical informatics, we work hard to deliver Artificial Intelligence to areas where it is needed the most.

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DHI

 

Digital Health & Care Institute play a pivotal role inspiring, enabling and combining world-leading industry and academic expertise with service, business and technical innovation to create person-centred digital health and care innovations to positively impact society.

Digital health and care empowers us to track, manage and improve our health and care, leading to greater independence and improved health outcomes. We focus on developing digital health and care innovations to key Scottish health challenges.

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NES Digital

 

NES Digital Service was established in 2018 to deliver the National Digital Platform, a central part of Scotland’s Digital Health and Care Strategy.

We are a multi-disciplinary and growing team tasked with building infrastructure, products and services which all together represents an evolution in how health and care technology is delivered, managed and experienced in Scotland.

While the focus of our work appears to be all about data, technology and services, it is all in support of better health and care. Because the systems we are building mean that the people who care for you will have the information they need to do their job, have it at the right time and be able to trust that it is accurate, safe and secure.

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Thales

 

In the fifty years since the emergence of thermal imaging technology, Thales in Glasgow has built up a world leading capability in the design, manufacture and supply of Thermal Imaging cameras. In addition to the cameras, Thales in Glasgow has a particular expertise in developing image processing algorithms (conventional and artificial intelligence based) to allow the cameras to perform critical user tasks beyond mere imaging.

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Centogene

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EMERGE

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Daysix

Daysix is a multi-disciplinary agency who bring ideas to life through apps, software, films, branding and websites.

We love to work with passionate people, from dynamic start-ups to some of the world’s biggest organisations, to deliver great experiences for their customers or users and tell their stories.

We love working in healthcare and it’s a privilege to work alongside EmQuire on the trauma app project.

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KenSci

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GSA SimVis

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LumiraDx

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Trustmarque

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StormID

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Scottish Trauma Network

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St Mungo

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