Currently we are still analyzing results of the experiment last summer. Due to to several projects beside the Google Glass research we had to stop meanwhile. First results are already oberservable: Using disruptive technology for the first time affects the execution of processes more than expected: Even simple and regular actions fail or might not […]
On Monday we started the experiment in the Zentralklinikum Augsburg and tested the acceptance / resistance of Google Glass during normal medication processes. In the next days we analyze our results and write down a first summary. At the same time this is hardly one of the last happenings during our research phase, which will […]
On Monday we’ll set up our experiment for a medication fill&protocoll process in the Zentralklinikum Augsburg. Today we already tried to concentrate on probable issues and challenges we could have. Therefore we asked some employees from the Technical University Munich to use the Google Glass for a given process. We found some smaller potentials in […]
To broad the scope to other technologies as well, we visited the Smartary Health Track on the 16th of September hosted by the Entrepreneurship Center of the Ludwigs-Maximilian-University (LMU) in Munich. Focussed on iOS-Technology and the Apple Watch we searched for new use cases in medical applications. The discussion teams were partly studying medicine or […]
To enhance process knowledge and the scope of our research investigations, we worked in the Klinikum Augsburg and tried to figure out routinized handles but also had a look on current IT infrastructure. We analyzed the oberservations and concentrated on closing the gap between the theoretical and practical view.
Welcome to our blog about wearable devices and healthcare. Driven by a research project at the Technical University in Munich (TUM), we experiment with wearable technology e.g. Google Glass and try to support medical processes in hospitals. Currently we focus on fill- and control-processes for medicine. Have a look at the backend and frontend pages to […]