ENP Newswire -
Release date- 12092013 - A contract was signed today by Cassidian, the defence and security division of EADS, and its partner ETIAM, a specialist in medical remote-imaging, with the French defence procurement agency (DGA), for the supply of a remote-diagnosis platform connecting the
This platform will enable the medical diagnosis centres in metropolitan
The ETIAM-Connect product, for which Cassidian has acquired a license, offers real-time, reliable and secure exchange of remote-diagnosis requests between health organisations and establishments, including all types of medical images. ETIAM-Connect is the remote-diagnosis solution most widely used in French hospitals. This platform will make it possible to set up workflows adapted to the medical specialities.
This link, which uses military satellite transmission networks, will enable military medical personnel stationed abroad, in overseas
The encrypted data, for which transmission integrity is guaranteed, will be overlaid on an existing audio link, thus providing improved support for the military medical personnel on active duty, with the aim of offering the same level of medical information exchange in the field as in a hospital in
'We are very proud of the integration of the specific medical data transmission software in a military context, a new solution which reinforces Cassidian's leading position on this market of the future', said
Operational deployment of this new platform, initially launched by the Chiefs of Staff of the Armed forces, on behalf of the Armed Forces Medical Services, is scheduled for 2015.
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