SIARS (Smart I (eye) Advisory Rescue System)

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SIARS is about modelling, developing and integration with selected existing Information Systems of a new state-of-the-art telemedical Information Systems that will allow saving more injured patients and lessen the death-rate on the battlefields. The system will have consisted of a mobile device that will help the life-savers on the battlefield, gather and organize the medical data of the injured patient, use the satellite connection to transfer the data to the designated medical facility that will take medical care of the injured person.

Specifically, implementing SIARS in a the multinational environment will positively influence on achieving NATO’s strategic objectives, which refers to human and social aspects of security. Consequently, it will increase the level of saving people’s lives (VIP, soldiers, civilians, etc.) in NATO –led operations and missions. The modules in SIARS (video-streaming of the injured person, constant monitoring and recording health condition of the patient during transportation, etc.) are initial steps, which will be used for accomplishing security goals in terms of human and social aspects of security.

Title: SIARS (Smart I (eye) Advisory Rescue System)
Head: Dr. Jugoslav Achkovski, assistant professor
Type: Scientific research
Duration: April 2015 – April 2018
Finance: International project funded

NATO – Science for Peace and Security (SPS) Programme

Budget (total): 390 000 €
Budget (Macedonia): 123 000 €
  1. Faculty of Electrical Engineering – University of Ljubljana
  2. Military Academy “General Mihailo Apostolski” – Skopje, associate member of University “GoceDelchev”-Shtip
  3. Faculty of Computer Science and Engineering – University Sts. Cyril and Methodius-Skopje
  4. Medical Faculty – University of Ljubljana
Members of the SK1 team: Jugoslav Achkoski, Dr, Assistant Professor, MA,UGD
Saso Koceski, Dr, Assistant Professor, UGD
Goce Stevanoski, MOD / Army
Ivica Kocev, UGD
Dimitar Bogatinov, Teaching Assistant, Ph.D.,UGD
Boban Temelkovski, MOD / Army