Intensive care at Blekinge Hospital has grasped – smart glasses are the future of health care. Interest in the invention from Blekinge is high worldwide.
Innovator and IT entrepreneur Arnstein Njåstad receives the county's development prize for his solution to use smart glasses in intensive care.
SKAPAs Innovation Award in Blekinge 2016 goes to Arnstein Njåstad who has developed a system for smart communication in complex healthcare environments.
In the future, doctors and nurses will be able to get patient data directly on an eyeglass lens, wherever they are. This is the vision of a project at Blekinge Hospital.
- Why not use Google Glass so that doctors can quickly get the information they want?
Arnstein Njåstad, CEO of Nicon in Karlskrona, sketched out how it could work and noticed that the audience of some fifteen people in a lecture hall at BTH began to straighten up in their chairs.
The patient's heart rate, blood pressure, journal. All of that is shown before the staff's eyes when they wear the smart glasses.
Intensive care unit at Blekinge Hospital participates in the development of smart glasses for use in health care.
Arnstein Njåstad recieved the SKAPA Development Prize in Blekinge for his innovation SUCCCE.
SKAPA was instituted in memory of Alfred Nobel, and is considered the most prestigious innovation prize in Sweden.
TelecomCity has instituted a memorial fund for Richard Lidén, and we have proudly been awarded this prize with the motivation "In a short time one has gone from concept to company with a commercial Proof of Concept that clearly covers a great demand on the global market".
SUCCCE AB was one of the finalists for the Stena Line's Propeller Prize.