As mentioned in previous blog posts, we continue with interesting topics regarding standards of medical devices.
This video introduces the application of novel optical technologies in the fight against skin cancer of the international project iToBoS.
There are some curiosities that show the IEC60601-1 standard regarding the general requirements for safety and essential performance of medical devices.
The natural progression of a disease depends on genetic inheritance-susceptibility of an individual and several environmental factors. The human genome contains millions of genetic variants (single nucleotide polymorphisms-SNPs).
Skin Cancer AI is a novel AI solution for early detection of skin cancer.
The construction of the iToBoS machine is a great challenge for the ATMO-2ES team at Bosch.
Part of the project’s overall goal is to create a set of dermoscopic images that can be used in the development and training of image classification algorithms.
Dermoscopy is known as surface microscopy, dermatoscopy or epiluminescence microscopy and it consists of an imaging method that allows increase the lesions 10X to 120X leading a visualization of some structures located within the skin (epidermis and dermis).
In September 2022 (M18 of the project) we submitted deliverable D4.1 - Masking and anonymization tools for datasets. We bring here some highlights from that deliverable.