The Infant Warmer developed by UIRI presented on prime time news A portable neonate warmer, developed by UIRI following the UBORA methodology, was aired on NTV Uganda prime time news. The intended use of this medical device is to provide the appropriate thermal protection and temperature monitoring for neonates with hypothermia that are being transported… Read More »
The UBORA e-infrastructure was presented, on June 5th at Politecnico di Torino, during the annual conference of GARR, the ultra-broadband network dedicated to the Italian research and education community. GARR is part of the European National Research and Education Networks (NREN), an international network, working together on research and development projects. The Conference was an important opportunity… Read More »
The UBORA e-infrastructure was officially presented at the Digital Infrastructure for Research DI4R conference, held at ISCTE University Institute in Lisbon on October 9th-11th, by Prof. Andrés Diaz Lantada. The conference was jointly organized by EOSC-hub, GÉANT, OpenAIRE and PRACE, which are some of the most important EU e-infrastructure, and represented a moment for reflecting about the sustainability of these tools… Read More »
3D printing technologies allow a straightforward personalization of medical devices but they can be used also for small series production. At Fiera Technology Hub, Licia Di Pietro presented an overview of the regulations on the use of 3D printers in healthcare and showed as UBORA can promote innovation and safety in this cutting-edge field.
The East African Science and Technology Commission (EASTECO) hosted the 2nd East African Community (EAC) Regional E-Health & Telemedicine Workshop, Ministerial Conference and International Trade Exhibition from May 15-18 2018 at the Kigali Convention and Exhibition Village in Kigali, Rwanda. The main objective of the conference was to provide a high level dialogue with… Read More »
At the Special Workshop on Patient Safety in Ottawa on 3rd and 4th May, organized under the endorsement of IFMBE, the UBORA coordinator Arti Ahluwalia presented the benefits of open source design of medical devices: accessibility, sustainability, and improved performance and safety because everyone can review the design dossier. The use of open source approach and… Read More »
CORDIS, the Community Research and Development Information Service, published a nice paper about UBORA, presenting it collaborative and open source approach for medical device design which will help address patients’ needs and citizens’ views. In the spirit of Kahawa Declaration, UBORA “will enable the transformation of the field of biomedical engineering towards the democratisation of medical… Read More »
The UBORA consortium is pleased to announce that the UBORA managing group has been nominated. The group, as foreseen in the work plan for the development of the e-infrastructure, has the mission to supervise the activities on UBORA e-infrastructure, such as promoting the discussions on the forums, formalizing engineering problems starting from medical needs. The group is composed… Read More »
The preview of UBORA e-infrastructure was presented at the last Design of Medical Device conference in Eindhoven (the Netherlands) by Prof. Andrés Diaz Lantada. This version of UBORA, with the code name of “Kahawa”, from the area where Kenyatta University is placed, will be used by participants of the First UBORA Design School.