Our Technology Partners
Harman Professional Solutions
HelpMeSee worked with Harman Professional Solutions, a division of Samsung, to develop the Simulator Interface Application, the screen-based interface menus used to access the scenarios in the HelpMeSee Eye Surgery Simulator. Harman also built the network and storage systems that support the data gathering needs of the simulation-based training program. Harmon Kardon Simulation-Based Learning System (SLBS) software records training sessions on the HelpMeSee Simulator to report on trainee proficiency.
Founded in 2013 in Strasbourg, France, by a team of researchers and engineers, InSimo is a start-up focusing on software design and development for real-time medical simulations. InSimo programmed the advanced physics-based simulation software that powers the HelpMeSee Eye Surgery Simulator’s eye system models using data collected from live surgeries to represent the different facets of the eye impacted during ophthalmic surgery.
Supermicro builds custom build server solutions for the data center, cloud computing, enterprise information technology, big data, high-performance computing, and embedded technology markets. For HelpMeSee, Supermicro provided the motherboard for the Eye Surgery Simulator’s Simulation Processing Unit (SPU).
Surgical Science provides next-generation medical simulator software for a wide range of surgical procedures used in simulators to train surgeons in robotic surgery, eye surgery, ultrasound interpretation, dentistry, minimally invasive surgery and anesthesia administration. Surgical Science is responsible for the real-time graphics rendering and visual effects of the eye model of the HelpMeSee Eye Surgery Simulator.
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