Sciweavers

Share
COLCOM
2009
IEEE

An IT appliance for remote collaborative review of mechanisms of injury to children in motor vehicle crashes

8 years 9 months ago
An IT appliance for remote collaborative review of mechanisms of injury to children in motor vehicle crashes
This paper describes the architecture and implementation of a Java-based appliance for collaborative review of crashes involving injured children in order to determine mechanisms of injury. The multidisciplinary expertise needed for such reviews is not available at any one institution, resulting in the need for remote collaboration, while the sensitive nature of the information requires secure transmission and controlled access of data. The intended users of the appliance are researchers, engineers, medical doctors, government regulators, automobile and restraint manufacturers, insurance company representatives, and others who are interested in understanding the types and causes of injuries to children involved in motor vehicle crashes. The ultimate goal is to devise engineering solutions that prevent similar injuries from occurring in the future. The collaboration appliance (called Telecenter) enables the following activities: (1) the distributed asynchronous collection of digital con...
Mahendra Kumar, Richard E. Newman, José For
Added 17 Aug 2010
Updated 17 Aug 2010
Type Conference
Year 2009
Where COLCOM
Authors Mahendra Kumar, Richard E. Newman, José Fortes, Dennis R. Durbin, Flaura K. Winston
Comments (0)
books