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The Industry-First Vendor-Backed FACE ™ 2.1 TSS Reference Implementation is Here!

A few weeks ago, we released a new version of our Future Airborne Capability Environment (FACE) Transport Service Segment (TSS) Reference Implementation. This new release is based on the FACE Technical Standard, Edition 2.1. 303 more words


Our newly released V18.2 provides support for CATIA V5 R25

We are in the process of releasing V18.2 of our Visualise 3D and CADverter products for CATIA V5 R25. Each suite of products is being shipped with a number of new features and enhancements that will improve performance and increase interoperability. 223 more words


The Holy Grail...

As the New Brunswick EMR dream of “One Patient, One Record” continues to unravel and costs skyrocket there is growing recognition outside of the realm of the New Brunswick Medical Society that the key to successful and meaningful use of electronic medical records lies in getting disparate systems to talk to each other. 209 more words

Qualcomm Joins Google's Rival Internet-of-Things Consortium

Qualcomm said Tuesday it is working with Thread Group, a Google-backed effort to determine ways for Internet-connected devices to talk to one another.

The move is important because Qualcomm has been a key backer of the AllSeen Alliance, one of several competing efforts to set standards for the so-called Internet of Things. 167 more words


Advancing Canada’s Next Generation of Healthcare

In 2000, Infoway was given a mandate to build the foundational elements of an interoperable electronic health record infostructure, with the direction to “accelerate the development and adoption of modern systems of health information and to define and promote standards governing the health infostructure to ensure interoperability”. 82 more words

Health And Safety

VA Taps Million Veteran Program Data for New Studies

From Health Data Management, 7/8/15:

Tapping into the nation’s largest database linking genetic, clinical, lifestyle and military exposure information, the Department of Veterans Affairs is funding four new studies in the areas of heart disease, kidney disease, and substance use. 194 more words

Open Data