Wireless IoT monitoring systems

Do you know that too much high concentration of oxygen in a room can cause an explosion or fire? Just three months took our scientiests from FEI to answer the demand of Faculty Hospital of Ostrava and designed a suitable connection, wireless technology as well as constructed solution for a sensor that is able to monitor an amount of oxygen in an atmosphere in the room.

Compex system for development in an area of a non-invasive monitoring of fetal EKG

Scientists from our facultly are a part of multidisciplinary team that is working on ongoing project dealing with development of solution in an area of a non-invasive monitoring of fetus based on electrocardiography. This research will improve a babies´ monitoring before their birth. The results will come in 2024.

Development of a Complex Sensor System for Effective Control of Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Scientists from our faculty are a part of multidiscipline team working on a research and development project from programme OP PIK realized between 2020 - 2023 with state support and focus on a field of medical engineering. The aim of the project is research and development of a system for monitoring cardiorespiratory activity during examination in MR, which does not require fixation on the patient's body. This solution promises an easy and fast preparation of a patient while maintaining the quality of the resulting image.

Model for extraction and making models of retinal lesions of retinopathy of prematurity

The reaerch team from Biomedical Engineering from the Department of Cybernetics and Biomedical Engineering in cooperation with Faculty hospital of Ostrava is working on development of methods based on artificial intelligence that enable automatic recognition and clasification of retinal lesions of patients suffering by retinopathy of prematurity.

Demonstrative model of computed tomography

Department of Cybernetics and Biomedical Engineering creates a demonstration model of computed tomography. The model shows a real principle of collecting data in individual cuts using a safe laser emitter instead of X-Rey like a real computed tomography uses. This way the issue of the newest displaying methods for publics.