The concept of the application for humanitarian aid and its use with CAD/CAM technologies and virtual reality and its impact on the safety of the healthcare sector

Keywords: humanitarian aid, CAD/CAM, virtual reality technology, 3D models, reconstruction prostheses, the safety of medical staff

Abstract

Purpose: The article has presented the concept of a proprietary application for humanitarian aid and prosthetic needs for reconstruction submitted to the European Union Competition for Humanitarian Innovation (InnovAid) for innovative improvement solutions that increase humanitarian aid.

Method: analysis of statistical data and data from available literature and scientific articles, observation.

Findings: Improving the efficiency and effectiveness of humanitarian aid around the world, reusable and achieving the appropriate level of safety for the world's personnel, as well as providing access to innovative solutions for medical personnel anywhere in the world.

Paper type: practical, theoretical.

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2023-06-30
How to Cite
Rak, D. (2023). The concept of the application for humanitarian aid and its use with CAD/CAM technologies and virtual reality and its impact on the safety of the healthcare sector. Social Development and Security, 13(3), 218-225. https://doi.org/10.33445/sds.2023.13.3.15
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Security, Technology and Humanitarian Aid