TRAIN [SKILLS. RESILIENCE. PERFORMANCE.] SAVE LIVES
Medical first responders are confronted with an increasing number of mass-casualty incidents with a large number of injured persons. The proper evaluation of the situation itself, checking and monitoring the vital status of a large number of victims, and choosing the most appropriate strategy to further proceed with treatments are particular challenges.
MED1stMR develops innovative mixed reality training technology to combine real-world medical simulators with virtual environments to train medical first responders for these challenges.
LATEST PROJECT NEWS
MED1stMR is an 18-partner Horizon2020 European research project aiming to develop a groundbreaking innovative mixed reality training solution for medical first responders
In 2024 the final conference of the project will provide you with the results of 3 years of analysis, research, technology development,
Advantages of Mixed Reality Training
In course of our social media campaign “18 days – 18 advantages of Mixed Reality Training” our 18 partners presented different aspects
MED1stMR develops a mixed reality training solution for medical first responders to better prepare for mass casualty incidents. By integrating a high-fidelity
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Within MED1stMR we aim to develop a mixed reality solution for medical first responders to train mass casualty incidents. This digital training
Equipment for the trainee in the MED1stMR system
Virtually simulated mass casualty incident training for medical first responders needs only a few tools: 1 Hand & Foot Sensors Easy-to-attach sensors
CURIOUS ABOUT THE STATUS OF THE PROJECT?
Be informed about the latest news, upcoming events or scientific and technological background information on the mixed reality project MED1stMR. Stay tuned on field trials and the final conference to meet other end users, stakeholders and scientists as well as engineers to learn more about training for medical first responders in a virtual environment enhanced with haptic feedback and stress measurement.