ICARE project is co-financed by the European Commission within the eTEN 029215 framework; it gathers 9 partners in Europe in its consortium, including the state-owned hospitals of Paris with a 1.6 M€ budget and validates the marketing of the LaenneXT technology thanks to the collaboration of 1600 patients and 180 doctors in Europe.
The project aims at deploying mature services based on the Internet in Europe. eTEN is the European Community Programme designed to help with the deployment of telecommunication network- based services (e-services) with a trans-European dimension. It focuses strongly on public services, particularly in areas where Europe has a competitive advantage
At a crossroads between information sciences, communication technologies and health care services, STETAU is an ambitious project that has been awarded and accepted by the pole of Competitive Therapeutic Innovations (in?). It aims at modernizing an emblematic gesture: auscultation. Co-financed by the DG des E up to 600KE, STETAU sprang from the partnership between ALCATEL, LaenneXT and the University Hospital of Strasbourg (CHU). STETAU is an ambitious project of the Therapeutic Innovations competitive pole, which proposes to modernize the emblematic medical gesture : auscultation. Cofinanced by the "Direction Générale des Entreprises", STETAU came from a partnership between ALCATEL, LaenneXT and the CHU of Strasbourg.
The international launching of a school of auscultation : thanks to the collaboration between the city town hospital of Strasbourg, the LaenneXT company, the LSSIIT laboratory, the IRCAD-EITS and the "SOS médecins" association, this ambitious project plans to develop a worldwide sound referential and the use of effective analysis algorithms, while creating a virtual university capitalizng on modern technologies. This project is being formalized by contract so as to be financed by the ANR (National Research Agency)