On 26 October, the RaDAR project, in which INSME is involved as partner, was presented during the 2022 IEEE MetroXRAINE Congress in Rome (Italy). Ion Arrizabalaga, Project Manager at AQuAS – Agència de Qualitat i Avaluació Sanitàries de Catalunya, introduced the RaDAR Public Procurement of Innovation as an innovative approach to tackle the challenge of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) by integrating health and environmental monitoring, during the session “Addressing the challenges for person-centred and technology-supported services” A stimulating discussion greatly moderated by John Farrel from the Reference Site Collaborative Network (RSCN), with field experts such as Carina Dantas (Shine2Europe) and Antonio Rinaldi (Federico II University) to foster collaboration among communities and further comprehend the relevant role that Artificial Intelligence can play in the adoption of innovative solutions to improve current AMR detection and communication systems in healthcare facilities. Find more information about the event here.
Later the same week, RaDAR partners met for the project’s fourth Consortium Meeting, to take stock of the progress achieved so far and plan the steps ahead. Find out more about RaDAR here and sign up for the newsletter to stay updated on the project’s developments, including the upcoming launch of the open market consultation and tenders.