June 22, 2016
On June 20 and 21, ICCAS opened the doors to provide interested parties an insight into its research developments, especially in the future operating room. The many visitors from different medical fields were impressed by the technical progress which already marks the future of computer aided assistances in the operating room. Some of them used the chance to test the highly innovative technology themselves.
Furthermore, the ICCAS-guests were amazed by the spectrum of scientific themes. Thus, the researchers depicted further project developments, such as the digital patient model – a support system for patient-specific therapy decisions, the Cephalens – an assistance system for the minimally invasive neurosurgery and infrared thermography for applications in plastic surgery.
ICCAS thanks all guests for their interest, exchange and activity and looks forward to meeting again.