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Anaeko will be attending 'EmTech Europe' 2021

25 Jun 2021 by Tim Bassett 4 minute read

MIT Technology Review’s flagship conference ‘EmTech Europe’ will be hosted virtually from Belfast in 2021, bringing together Europe’s brightest and best technology leaders, researchers, and innovators for inspiration, insight, and connection. Anaeko will be present at the event on the NI Pavilion, providing  the opportunity for us to showcase the company’s capability and expertise in the field of digital technology.

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Information vs Action

19 Mar 2021 by Anaeko 19 minute read

Summary of our project findings and future development

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Air Quality Data

18 Mar 2021 by Anaeko 15 minute read

Air Quality Data exploration

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Geospatial Exploration

18 Mar 2021 by Anaeko 7 minute read

Geospatial exploration, poverty and respiratory problems

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The Search for Data

18 Mar 2021 by Anaeko 8 minute read

Finding, analysing data, and new open data sources.

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The Impact of Respiratory Problems

18 Mar 2021 by Anaeko 15 minute read

Research around Respiratory Problems and Pollution Data

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Creating Clean Air for Healthcare: an SBRI Story

18 Mar 2021 by Anaeko 20 minute read

Introduction to the Anaeko SBRI Project

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Analytical Dashboards using Open Data

09 Jul 2020 by Emma Foster 4 minute read

Clean Air for Healthcare

A use case had been identified were Anaeko could provide informative dashboards in order to determine and understand the relationship between air quality and health conditions. 

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Data Sharing in Healthcare - Benefits and Challenges

08 Jun 2020 by Emma Foster 2 minute read

There is a wealth of data within healthcare industries from patient, research or physician data and there is no doubt that harnessing this data will lead to new technologies, innovation and improved patient care.

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Air Quality Data Analysis and Health Management

14 May 2020 by Emma Foster 3 minute read

55% of the population live in urban environments and these environments play an essential role in human health and wellbeing. Air pollution contains air particulate matter, PM2.5, that can stay in the air for long periods of time and be inhaled deep into the lungs. Pollution within urban areas can have an affect on asthma sufferers and "Around two thirds of people with asthma tell us poor air quality makes their asthma worse, putting them at risk of an asthma attack." (www.asthma.org.uk).

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