HoloCare receives 16 million NOK in funding
The project "HoloCare Cloud", has been granted 16 million NOK from the Research Council of Norway.
The programme is called "Brukerstyrt Innovasjonsarena", which translates into "User-Driven Research-Based Innovation", and funds industry-oriented research with good business and socio-economic potential.
For the money granted we will set up a cloud platform with commercial access to selected HoloCare applications, such as that of TruHeart and HoloNav. We will also work with machine learning for automated image segmentation. Through a secure connection to a cloud solution, our services will enable a global marketplace for Norwegian-developed solutions for patient-specific holographic visualization.
To learn more, visit the programme's web page.
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