How it works: the device measures infrared radiation of the body and shows thermal picture on the display. According to our local temperature patterns, we can detect early signs of worsening or improvement for many diseases.
The device is especially useful for monitoring of chronic diseases’ treatment and for determining the effectiveness of medications and treatments, which is a key for achieving better results of therapy. Personal thermograph allows the patient to achieve maximal results from telemedicine service.
The team leader Yuri Tkachenko - Head of two projects on microwave radiometry and thermal imaging of tumors of the mammary gland, together with Samsung Electronics (Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology), South Korea, 1998-2003.Also he is Co-founder and Head of the project "Mobile device aurikolo-diagnostics», JSC «META »(Medical and Technical Apparatus, see AURICULAR DIAGNOSIS DEVICE - BODY / SCANNING, SISTEMA DI AURICOLODIAGNOSTICA - BODY / SCANNING, www.tecnapgroup.com / english / products.htm), 1997 - present time, Italy.
It is developed a prototype of a Personal Thermograph and conducted researches of symptoms of benign skin tumors and melanoma, cerebral circulatory insufficiency, inflammatory disease of the knee (see http://cem-tech.ru/index.php/ru/nauka). Based on these studies, a hardware-software complex CEM®-ThermoDiagnostics is developed, comprising an infrared pyrometer, the transmitting device (radio module, ensuring the transfer of information from the pyrometer to a PC or laptop), a specialized software (computer program "CEM®-ThermoImage»), more details see http://cem-tech.ru/index.php/ru/produkciya. There is full patent protection for development of the firm (patents for inventions, utility models and industrial designs, registered the software, registered trademarks - http://cem-tech.ru/index.php/ru/nauka/19-glavnoe/65-ip). Fully established system of promotion and marketing of the device through the Internet sales (http://www.cem-thermo.ru).
There are negotiations on licensed production with South Korean firms INFOPIACo., Ltd. (www.infopia21.com, www.infopiausa.com) and HMM Co. Meanwhile, also talks with interested partners in the EU under the mediation of Innovation Center in Luxembourg.
The optimal variant of cooperation is a licensed agreement with CEM-Technology Company, acting as the licensor (the draft license agreement - see http://www.cem-tech.ru/attachments/207_b_license% 20contract% 20project.pdf).
Ph.D., researcher of JSC “CEM-Technology”.
Software engineer. “CEM Tech” Responsibilities: design and development of medical application for IR-thermometer. Key accomplishments: designed architecture of the program, created Multilanguage UI (Russian, English, and Hungarian), created software installer using NSIS, created update and bug report feature, integrated rendering of 3D human model into UI using Win Forms and Managed DirectX
Key research areas are development of new methods of thermal and thermo-diagnostic research for identifying diagnostically significant biologically active zones.
Experience in thermal imaging diagnostics from 1973 (GITO, Gorky Regional Clinical Hospital N.A. Semashko). Margarita Golovanova worked under the guidance of an outstanding Russian scientist V.G. Vogralik, who started researching and introduced acupuncture in the USSR.
5 inventions, 1 discovery (Pattern changes of the intensity of infrared radiation in the areas of acupuncture points on human skin), 25 articles in Russian scientific journals. She is a co-author of a monograph on thermal imaging, “The new method for diagnostics of diseases” (Vogralik V.G., Vogralik M.V., Golovanova M.V., Gorky, 1986).
Ph.D., Assistant Professor, the Head of software development in “CEM-Technology”. He is a graduate of the Samara State Aerospace University (1994), specialist in thermal vision and automatic control systems. From 1994 to 1997 worked as an engineer of a specialized design bureau in Samara. In 2000 he has completed postgraduate studies in the Samara State Aerospace University. In 2001, was awarded the degree of Ph.D. in technology. In 2005, Igor Davydov has won the contest of young scientists and lecturers at Samara State University. In 2007, he completed training course in Paris, France. Igor Davydov works as Assistant Professor at Samara State Aerospace University since 2001 in the Department Flight Dynamics and Management Systems.
radio-physic (Post-graduate degree, University of Nizhniy Novgorod, Russia), specialist in wireless connections and IT. Head of the Production Department of JSC “CEM-Technology”. 21 scientific publications, 7 active patents, 1 commercialized.
M.D., D. Sc., Professor of Chair Normal Physiology Department of the Nizhny Novgorod State Medical Academy , the Head of the Consultation Center and Clinical Department of JSC “CEM- Technology”, co-author of more than 15 Russian patents, co-author of 9 monographs and 50 articles published in Russian and international magazines.
Owner of LLC “Thermodiagnostics” and JSC “CEM-Technology”, PhD., M.D., lawyer in the patent law, Deputy Director for Patenting and Licensing at Innovation & Technology Center of Nizhny Novgorod Lobachevsky State University, Head of Medicine & Biology Laboratory of the Nizhny Novgorod Lobachevsky State University. He is a specialist in development and sales of hi-tech biomedical and biotechnological equipment in Russia, innovation management and protection of intellectual property with 20 year experience. In 1990s, while being the owner and director of LLC “Union of Western and Eastern Medicine” (which presently changed its name to LLC “Thermodiagnostics”), Yury Tkachenko has been managing R&D and sales of medical equipment, including 1000 medical thermographs sold in Russia and world-wide in the sum of $10 million (international sales share was less than 10%). Total amount of sales of LLC “Union of Western and Eastern Medicine” was $30 million.
In 2005-2009 he was a co-founder of a company producing and selling medical device СЕМ®-ТЕСН. Total amount of sales of the company was $80 million (share of international sales did not exceed 2%). Yury Tkachenko exited the company through the sale of 50% of shares to the co-founder (www.stella.tomsk.ru).
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