Track & Know investigates how Big Data analysis can help prevent traffic accidents due to obstructive sleep apnea

Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is a common sleep disorder in which repeated episodes of complete or partial obstructions of the upper airway during sleep, result in a reduction in blood oxygen saturation. People who suffer from OSA are 5 times more at risk getting involved in traffic accidents. This means that OSA exceeds drunk driving as a major cause of collisions with motor vehicles[1]. A consortium of 14 organizations from 9 countries is investigating how new Big Data software can help with ...
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Track & Know presented at annual EU Big Data Value Forum in Helsinki

Prof. Yannis Theodoridis and Dr Ibad Kureshi represented the Track & Know project at this years EU Big Data Value Forum, held from 14th to 16th October in Helsinki (Finland). The Track & Know project was showcased once again as a top five success story during the Best Success Story and I-Space Label 2019 Ceremony session. Track & Know was also present at the Big Data Value Association booth. This opportunity was used to create new clustering and liaison activities with other Big...
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Track & Know health case pilot presented at Taizhou Medical Expo 2019

Toni Staykova from Track & Know partner Cambridge Medical Academy visited the Thaizhou Medical Expo 2019 - China Medical City on September 18 and 19, 2019. At the expo, she explained the big data use for service optimization in regards to the health case pilot. The expo welcomed over 1000 visitors, mostly coming from industry and production of supplies and pharmaceuticals. Also medical professionals and nursing staff visited the expo.
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Track & Know paper presented at I-CiTies 2019

Mirco Nanni from Track & Know partner CNR presented his recent paper titled 'Vehicle mobility data analysis and Individual Mobility Networks for crash prediction.' (authors: Mirco Nanni - CNR, and Leonardo Longhi - SIS) at I-CiTies 2019, the 5th Italian conference on ICT for Smart Cities and Communities". The conference currently takes place in Pisa, Italy.
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Track & Know results presented at BigMedilytics event in Valencia

On September 4 and 5, the intermediate results from the Track & Know project will be presented at the BigMedilytics event titled 'Big Data: Fueling the transformation of Europe’s Healthcare Sector' which is held at the Polytechnic City of Innovation in Valencia (Spain). Jenny Rainbird from Inlecom System (coordinator Track & Know Project) will be presenting Track & Know results. The event will involve organizations covering the key players in the healthcare sector such as heal...
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Track & Know story reached shortlist “Success Story Awards 2019”

Next to participating and showcasing the Track & Know project at the BDV PPP summit 2019 in Riga, Track & Know also reached the shortlist of the "success stories awards", organized by BDVE Project and BDVA. Track & Know partner project Transforming Transport ended up scoring the first prize. The Track & Know consortium submitted two stories for this contest of which one story, titled ‘‘Sleep well – drive safely – a tale of mobility tracking and Big Data’’, successfully made ...
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Track & Know stories strive for “Success Story Award” by BDVE Project and BDVA

Along with participating and showcasing the Track & Know project at the upcoming BDV PPP summit 2019 in Riga, Track & Know has also submitted two success stories in a contest organized by BDVE Project and BDVA. The BDV PPP Summit is the primary event for driving European innovation in Big Data and Artificial Intelligence. Key European industry, academia and policy-making players will gather on June 26 to 28 in Riga to foster cross-sector collaboration and shape strategies...
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Health pilot case: Network lunch session in Cambridge to engage with stakeholders

On June 17, Royal Papworth OSA service and Cambridge Medical Academy team (as project partners of Track & Know) organised a network lunch session to engage with stakeholders. The event was held at Cambridge Biomedical Campus (UK).    The seminar attracted new stakeholders for feedback and further project engagement, such as an Operations Manager of OSA ( Obstructive Sleep Apnea) sleep services, a CPAP ( Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) practitioner (OSA therapy machine), a Philips...
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