D3.4 Report on the Clinical trials

There is an urgent need for a bedside device to allow rapid diagnosis of toxic alcohol, chemical weapon, or pesticide poisoning, to improve the timeliness and specificity of treatment. Similarly, there is a need to improve the personalisation of radiotherapy protocols, obtaining feedback about the patient’s response to the initial and subsequent fractions of radiotherapy, to ultimately revise radiotherapy doses according to the individual person’s response.

D4.3 Stand-off detection payload hyper spectral imaging for drone platforms

A technical review will evaluate the minimum acceptable performance characteristics of commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) drones for stand-off detection systems and scenarios A hyper-spectral detection payload will be optimised for drone-borne operations and tested and validated under simulated flight conditions (boom/vehicle/balloon mounted tests). Dummy payloads will be manufactured to test the flight characteristics of the preferred COTS drone units.

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D4.4 Point-of-care triage analytics

One of the high scientific ambitions of the Toxi-triage Consortium is the development of technology and methodology for quantitative measures of exposure to CBRN agents by analysis of volatile metabolites of exposure. These metabolites can be found in sample of breath or saliva and require advanced chemical measurement technology suitable for use in laboratories of poison centres and triage stations which are outside, yet near, the Warm Zone of a CBRN incident.

D4.5 On-site environmental survey analytics

In Toxi-triage, a set of technologies has been developed or advanced in support of evidence collection and measurement validation for threat assessment of people contaminated by CBRN agents as they are taken to the casualty collection point, through decontamination and hence to the casualty clearing station. The needs of end-users, who may be contaminated as well, are also adressed.

D4.5 On-site environmental survey analytics includes the following technologies:

D8.1 Privacy and Security System

A set of guidelines and recommendations that will guide the development of the security mechanism for the TOXI-triage ICT system. Privacy of the individual will be designed in the systems to be achieved by default. An important aspect will be the treatment of sensitive health information Design for Authentication and Authorization protocol and recommendations for the use of Federation Identity and Single Sign On. Additionally, contextually aligned authentication protocols will be specified and where necessary enhanced security (for example multiple identification factors) will be used

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