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Exonicus helps hacking the virus

Apr 13, 2020
Exonicus team has developed donning and doffing training software module during hackation within Trauma Simulator for frontline physicians who are caring for patients. Exonicus team was ranked 3rd in this first virtual hackathon Latvia HackForce with LIVE pitches of all 28 hackathon ideas that were aimed to find solutions for the crisis caused by coronavirus. In addition, this training program has received a donation from the Boris and Ināra Teterev Foundation.


Medical professionals of Rigas Stradins University, University of Latvia, Karolinska Institute and University of Washington, best Latvian software engineers, 3D artists, scientists, marketing and business people make core of their team.

The next step is to deliver the software to Society in Europe for Simulation Applied to Medicine, American College of Emergency Physicians International Board, and the World Health Organization to get the training system in hands of frontline healthcare professionals all around the globe right now.

More about the project: www.partrauc-izplatibu.lv

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