The DISPERSE project enables even patients with multiple implants to be scanned
Current medical practice generally excludes patients with implants from access to magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanning. In the case of state-of-the-art implants, only patients with a single implant may be scanned and, even then, under severe restrictions. This drastically increases examination time.
The DISPERSE project has developed advanced electronics for spatially distributed sensors and transducer arrays, along with methodologies for multi-implant testing.
These sensing networks also have a large application potential in other markets, notably in smart cities and space communications. In particular, DISPERSE demonstrated potential applications in radio telescopes and the acoustic surveillance of public space.
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Mark van Helvoort