ROBO Medics augmented reality

Interesting article in the Telegraph showing the advances in augmented reality to help medics have the best help possible in theatre. Virtual Brufen and tubi grip incoming.


It's behind a paywall but here's a small snip

It sounds like the stuff of science fiction – a specialist carries out surgery from anywhere in the world, relaying instructions straight onto futuristic glasses.

But the technology is already being trialled by the British Army, which is developing a series of hi-tech communication devices to ensure troops have the best medical capabilities wherever they are in the world.

In the trial, codenamed Project Lara, some of the telemedicine capabilities are already being used in the field.

It includes an augmented reality kit which allows specialists to direct operations from thousands of miles of way, a secure messaging system so that medical information can be shared and assessed from anywhere in the world and a system that remotely monitors and stream to an expert a patient’s vital signs.
 
Which is great, just as long as you own the bandwidth.

I do worry about the continued reliance on J6 reach back in lieu of actually employing enough experts (of whatever ilk, J1 - J9) to be forward where they are needed.
 
Which is great, just as long as you own the bandwidth.

I do worry about the continued reliance on J6 reach back in lieu of actually employing enough experts (of whatever ilk, J1 - J9) to be forward where they are needed.
Have no fear the Royal Signals have recently launched a new satellite to cover this. As soon as it's swept up all the space junk and painted the moon it will be ready for action. It's easy to spot as well it's the only one with it silver stuff tucked in and antenna sleeves rolled up.

xmas on the piss.
 
Have no fear the Royal Signals have recently launched a new satellite to cover this. As soon as it's swept up all the space junk and painted the moon it will be ready for action. It's easy to spot as well it's the only one with it silver stuff tucked in and antenna sleeves rolled up.

xmas on the piss.
Which joker decided to call it SkyNet, then?
 

AlienFTM

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Which joker decided to call it SkyNet, then?
We're it designed by the British motor industry, they might have called it Astra la Vectra.
 

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