We provide comprehensive services to fit the needs of our business partners. We specialize in IT, IoT, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Production Engineering, Biomedical Engineering and Acoustics.
3D medical imaging platform
Virdiamed is the medical imaging platform developed for Rehasport Clinic company. It was built to reconstruct 3D data from a computer tomograph (CT) as well as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). The platform allows viewing 3D data in a web browser. Moreover, it has been equipped with a DICOM file browser adapted to modern standards of medical imaging. The user has the possibility not only to generate the STL and PDF3D file, but also to download it on his own mobile device (also laptop and PC). Additionally, the option has been created that allows ordering reconstructed models for 3D printing. Cooperation with orthopedic specialists starting from the prototyping phase enabled to achieve an ergonomic and user-friendly interface. For new users, an instructional video (tutorial) has been created, which explains in just a few minutes how to use the Virdiamed platform easily and effectively. Currently, the system is being prepared for the next development phase which will include medical imaging using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). The latest version can be found at: www.virdiamed.rehasport.pl
Analysis and security for your Medical Data
TIRS or Tomographic Intelligent Radiology System is a service (SaaS) in the cloud, which ultimately using artificial intelligence will support radiologists, automatically diagnosing places suspected of neoplastic changes in medical imaging data obtained from a computer tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). Using advanced image processing (IP), artificial intelligence (AI) and algorithms will enable to speed up and improve the quality of the study description. Thanks to the high level of security, easy access to medical imaging data through a Web browser, encrypted connection and users, the system can be used by both patients and specialist doctors. The system is dedicated to clinics, hospitals and medical imaging labs. Currently, TIRS is also in the development phase towards posthumus medicine.
Active Noise Compensation
The ANC technology is based on an embedded solution, which is an autonomous device equipped with an advanced algorithm that adapts in real time to the ambient conditions. The system is dedicated to work in industrial halls where at the operator’s workplace the machine suppresses low frequencies harmful to health to the acoustic background. Such an effective level of frequency attenuation in the range of 50 – 500 Hz was obtained thanks to the construction and optimal implementation of the original algorithm. It is based on advanced issues of acoustics and digital signal processing. Currently, the ANC system version has a dedicated hardware with new functionalities. In the first prototype version, along with one of our business partners, the ANC system has been implemented in the industry. At this point, another version of ANCv2.0 is being developed, where it will be possible to work on several devices located on different (or a dozen or so) stations at the same time. Thanks to this application, ANCv2.0 will receive additional functionality, which will be noise (or vibration) diagnostics in real time supported by a dedicated cloud service (Cloud Service).
A sign language translator adapted to your needs
WiTKoM is a virtual translator of sign communication for deaf people which we developed in 2014 – 2016 together with AGH in Krakow and VoicePIN.com to the prototype phase under the NCBiR project PBS2. In 2017, the system was commercialized to the company Migam “RKPK” sp. z o.o. This technology enables the translation of Polish Sign Language (PJM) gestures into Polish. It is based on video signals (RGB-D) and machine learning. Thanks to the interdisciplinary nature of the project, the results can be used in industries based on Human Computer Interaction (HCI) such as production management systems, the computer games industry, museums, and public benefit institutions. In this project, we were responsible for the acquisition of video data, segmentation and reconstruction of sign language gestures.
A stimulator that induces electromagnetic stimuli in the cerebral cortex
The visual stimulator project was made in 2016 for the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Robotics at AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow. As a part of it, a hardware system was created that controls a set of LEDs and OLEDs to stimulate electromagnetic stimuli in the cerebral cortex through visual stimuli in humans. The applied set of diodes emits pulsating light of different colors and frequencies in the range of 1-50 Hz. Then, using the electroencephalograph, bioelectrical brain activity (EEG) is recorded. In this way, it is possible to control the system by calling pre-defined stimuli. This prototype is the part of a larger system designed to control vehicles and machines.