November 2018

All posts from November 2018

CNet nominated for German Innovation Awards

The German Design Council “Rat für Formgebung Medien GmbH” has nominated CNet for the German Innovation Awards 2019. The prestigious German Innovation Awards recognises innovative achievements that distinguish themselves by their user-centricity and added value compared to earlier solutions across all industrial sectors. Innovations which have the potential to shape the future and improve our lives. The competition is aiming to identify and award innovations that contribute to a better future. In addition to engineering or other technological achievements, services are also taken into account. The experts of the jury focus on people, nominated innovations should have a positive influence on the lives. In the second year of the German Innovation Awards, the committee has decided to make the scope of the price international.

CNet has been nominated in the category Information Technologies. The nomination of CNet’s Cloud solution for Care management as a Service awards us for an outstanding innovative achievement. We would like to take the opportunity to thank our project partners from the European project PICASO, A Personalised Integrated Care Approach for Service Organisations and Care Models for Patients with Multi-Morbidity and Chronic Conditions. Funded from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme, agreement no 689209.

Rita BurkertCNet nominated for German Innovation Awards

CNet presents distributed e-health architecture for care

The PICASO and POLYCARE projects organised a workshop on e-health solutions for home hospitalisation and patient empowerment on the 14th of November 2018 in Sankt Augustin, Germany. The workshop addressed clinical workers, patient organisations, members of self-help groups as well as developers of e-health solutions. Focusing on technology solutions that improve the cost-effectiveness and sustainability of healthcare services the event included the following topics:

  • Integrated care for patients with multi-morbidities
  • Acceptance and implementation of remote monitoring solutions at the patient’s home
  • Improvement of patient empowerment through ICT applications
  • Distributed ICT systems in the e-health sector
  • Development and deployment of security layers within cloud solutions that guarantee the privacy and safety of the patient data, while enabling the coordination of services between different clinical and care providers.

Peter Rosengren from CNet presented the distributed e-health architecture developed in PICASO, which addresses the specific needs of the care system as well as of the patients, providing a solution with several cloud components to handle all details of privacy and security. The Picaso solution separates software and clinical data. Clinical data always remains in care facilities and is encrypted and pseudonymised when transferred in the cloud.

Federated eHealth Cloud Architecture containing Public, Care and Patient Clouds

Rita BurkertCNet presents distributed e-health architecture for care

CNet presents Blockchain for supply chain management at IoT & Data Science 2018 in Vienna

Peter Rosengren presented our blockchain based solution for supply chain management and collaborative manufacturing at the IoT & Data Science 2018 conference in Vienna. The conference addressed the optimisation of automated business with data. As IoT and Big Data are currently connecting to the “Industrial Internet”, which uses sensors, applications and technologies to collect and analyse data from all possible sources, analysis results can be used to improve business processes, reduce costs, and unlock new revenue streams. In cooperation with our partners Atos and In-Jet we organised a workshop focused on the theme: “In the Wake of IoT – Digitalization of Everything from Supply Chain Management to Outdoor Rock Concerts”.

Rita BurkertCNet presents Blockchain for supply chain management at IoT & Data Science 2018 in Vienna

CNet on the move

CNet has moved after 18 years into a new office. Though just in the next building the staff is excited about a more spacious office. The new workplace offers a better layout of the space and a better work environment for current and future staff. Our new address is:

Svärdvägen 3A
182 33 Danderyd
Sweden

Rita BurkertCNet on the move