Secure Transactions & e-Medical care
Project Status: Cancelled
Start Date: May 2016
End Date: April 2019
Budget (total): 13165 K€
Effort: 155.4 PY
Name: Selami Ciftci
Company: Türk Telekommunikasyon A.S.
Türk Telekommunikasyon A.S., Turkey
Idea Teknoloji Cozumleri Bil.San.Tic.A.S. (IDEA), Turkey
NETAS Telecommunications A.S., Turkey
Vestel Electronics, Turkey
Gemalto SA, France
BCA Smart (BCA), France
ENOVACOM SAS (Enovacom), France
University Paris-Est Creteil, France
MLSTATE (MLstate), France
CEA LIST, France
Qos Design SARL (Qosdesign), France
Innovalia Association, Spain
Soluciones Technológicas Para la salud el Bienestar S.A (TSB), Spain
Nextel S.A., Spain
Tecnicas Competitivas S.A. (Tecnicas), Spain
Instituto Superior de Engenharia do Porto (ISEP/GECAD), Portugal
Idealmed III -serviços de saude Lda-Unidade Hospitalar de Coimbra (IDEALMED-UHC) , Portugal
Ciberbit-Produçoes de Software (Ciberbit), Portugal
Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Henri Mondor, (CHU Mondor), France
STeM project will design and develop a viable “secure transaction & e-medical care” framework for the secure transactions of medical data and invoices connected with e-Medical care. By smoothly integrating the innovative IoT technologies into the existing e-Health solutions, STeM platform will provide innovative solutions to the challenges in e-Health services such as interoperability, security, safety and scalability.
Achieving this, the STeM project aims at solving a number of limitations to the development of e-health and e-transaction services. Specifically, the ambition of the project is to enhance the added value of e-services for users by introducing key innovations from Internet of Things (IoT), to improve interoperability of legacy transaction management systems across Europe and partner countries, to upgrade cyber-security capabilities in order to properly address the new vulnerabilities and threats to which IoT enhanced environments are exposed, and to increase safety and scalability by involving smarter self-management, self-reconfiguration and self-healing mechanisms.
Besides developing a secure e-medical care framework, the IoT enabled STeM platform will also define generic enablers that can be used as the building block for new secure IoT based services in the telecommunication sector. These enablers will help service providers to rapidly develop new and innovative IoT based services, which in turn will mean new business opportunities for the sector.