AUTONOMOUS AND REMOTELY CONTROLLED ROBOTIC SYSTEMS OF MEDICAL EVACUATION UNDER TRANSITION TO A DIGITAL ECONOMY: DEVELOPMENTS OF THE LOMONOSOV MOSCOW STATE UNIVERSITY AND THE ALL-RUSSIAN CENTER OF DISASTER MEDICINE “ZASCHITA”
Population and Economics 2(2): 156-174, doi: 10.3897/popecon.2.e36051
AUTONOMOUS AND REMOTELY CONTROLLED ROBOTIC SYSTEMS OF MEDICAL EVACUATION UNDER TRANSITION TO A DIGITAL ECONOMY: DEVELOPMENTS OF THE LOMONOSOV MOSCOW STATE UNIVERSITY AND THE ALL-RUSSIAN CENTER OF DISASTER MEDICINE “ZASCHITA”
expand article infoViktor A. Sadovnichy, L. Sokolova§, N. Baranova|, S. Goncharov|, V. Staroverov, R. Solodova, M. Sokolov
‡ Lomonosov Moscow State University, Honorary Doctor of Northern (Arctic) Federal University named after M.V. Lomonosov , Arkhangelsk, Russia§ Japanese Association on Trade with Russia and New Independent States, Russia| All-Russian Center of Disaster Medicine “Zaschita”., Russia¶ Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia
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Abstract
Medical evacuation of severelly ill or injured patients is a complicated and expensive problem. Transportation is performed by highly-qualified medical crew and on special vehicles (automobiles, on-land and water transport). Modern digital models enable significantly optimize patient transportation by creating new approaches. Robotization and artificial intelligence within transportation provides opportunity to improve the outcomes with significant reduction of its cost. lemedicine
Keywords
digital economy; artificial intelligence; medical robotics equipment; medical evacuation