At CAMES engineering we make medical phantoms, virtual reality simulators and systems for automatic quality assessment of various procedures. Read more here.
How we can help
Shall we find a solution together?
CAMES Engineering has dedicated employees who develop products, prototypes, software and new technologies in interaction with companies, clinicians and hospitals in a large garage / maker space environment. We have facilities where we test and develop medical devices, software and hardware. This can be 3D models of devices or anatomy. In addition, CAMES Engineering specialises in data acquisition and processing.
Curious to know more - or start a collaboration? Here you can find contact details.
Morten Bo Søndergaard Svendsen is responsible for CAMES Engineering.
CAMES 3D print is managed on a daily basis by medical engineers Kiki (Kirstina) Vestersøe and Morten Bo Søndergaard Svendsen. They do this together with skilled and committed student assistants, who are primarily engineering students.
If you need help developing phantoms, get in touch with our engineering team led by Sanne Spangenberg Kristensen.
The engineering team is located in the "garage" at CAMES Rigshospitalet. Please ask at the reception.
Data analysis and programming
We help with specialised solutions
Automatic procedure quality assessment systems are used to automatically assess the quality of procedures. These systems are used to improve the efficiency and accuracy of quality assessment processes. They can also be used to assess the skills of clinical staff, making them a useful tool for medical education.
Are you looking for tailor-made solutions for data collection and programming? Whether you come from another simulation centre or the clinic, we have extensive experience in implementing different algorithms and webapps to solve your needs.
It is often the combination of data collection and software that offers unique opportunities, for example in point-of-care data annotation, secure data management, workflow automation and the like.
We assist with data collection from simulated environments, animal houses, as well as clinical environments - among other things by automating and synchronising annotations and data at the moment of recording. This has increasing relevance for data science, clinical research, and clinical trials. We also have experience in programming and implementing various tools and algorithms in web apps, desktop apps, and the cloud.
Medical technology solutions for simulation training
- what our engineering team is working on in the "garage"
Phantom Design Lab:
We produce medical phantoms, which are a physical model of the human body used for medical purposes. Our phantoms can be used for training new medical professionals, testing new medical devices, and conducting research based on development for training on specific learning objectives, among others. We have developed phantoms at all levels of realism. Previous development projects are based on mapping bio-mimicking materials, mainly for advanced use such as training in Robot Assisted Surgery. Simpler phantoms have been developed - and can be developed or modified by agreement. Read more
Virtual reality technology is becoming increasingly popular in a variety of industries, and the medical field is no exception. Medical virtual reality simulators are used to train future surgeons and other medical professionals in a safe and realistic environment. These simulators can be used to recreate a variety of medical scenarios, allowing practitioners to get a feel for what they will be dealing with in the real world. This kind of training is invaluable in preparing future doctors for the challenges they will face in practice.
An area in the garage where everything centers around ultrasound. Testing of materials for phantoms, testing of AI algorithms, development of feedback systems, introduction to ultrasound, etc. It serves as a core service for especially AI projects at CAMES and for collaborators.
DATA ANALYSIS AND PROGRAMMING:
We assist with data collection from simulated environments, animal houses as well as clinical environments - among others by automation and synchronisation of annotations and data in the moment of recording. We also have extensive experience in programming and implementing various tools and algorithms in web apps, desktop apps, and cloud. Read more
Innovation with CAMES
CAMES has dedicated people developing products, practices and new technologies in collaboration with companies and hospitals. If you are looking for something that would enhance the development of skills in a field, you are always welcome to come to CAMES. Maybe we can develop it together?