OralSIM aims to be the first software tool in the market for optimised implantology procedures based on mathematical methods. A digital replica of patient’s oral cavity will be created and forces acting on implant, teeth and jawbone will be forecasted by means of numerical simulations based on finite element method (FEM).
Different implant types and acting forces can be computationally tested. Implant procedures will be no longer based on intuition or experience of the dentist, but on quantitative and qualitative information based on physics.
OralSIM will be integrated in daily practise for dentists, dental labs, implant brands and CBCT scan manufacturers. This non-invasive method follows the in-silico medicine concept, one of the key technologies in medicine for the next years.
All the stages needed to obtain stress and deformations occurring due to implant placement are automated and integrated within a single platform, thus setting the clinician free to test as many configurations as needed to achieve the optimal treatment.
OralSIM stages throughout the process are as follows:
A consortium comprising Viña Costeira, SC Robotics, Nova Industria Galega (NIGAL) e Indominus are currently developing Libatio project.
The main aim of Libatio is to digitalize wineries worldwide by the use of novel technologies (4.0 Industry). This industry is clearly influenced by tradition and roots, but it already started to adapt the processes involved during the last decade.
The product will be a perfect combination between tradition (keeping the esthetic of the activity within all the value chain carried out in wineries) and novelty, thus becoming the perfect digital combo boosting the transition to 4.0 industry. This will be achieved by means of the integration of Internet of Things, Machine Learning and Numerical Simulation (Digital Twin) applied to key proccesses such as fermentation and aging of wine.
Hence, Libatio will bring digitalization to key processes that still are far from taking advantage of new digital technolgies compared to others (collection, bottling...).
We will be launching soon a plug and play complete system (web platform and related hardware) allowing real-time tracking during wine aging (by the use of a sensor system embbebed in two smart bungs, one for wood barrels and the other one used in iron tanks together with a device for ambient control within the aging room), forecasting of wine quality by the end of the aging stage as well as a estimation of wine losses due to evaporation inside wood barrels and the simulation of the fermentation process, allowing to optmize energy consumptions (due to the cooling of the fermentation tank to keep the temeprature within allowable ranges) and analyse the evolution of the substrates involved in the biochemical process. The system's deployment will result in a huge environmental, economic and production impact, based on three main advantages:
DentalFEM is a web toolbox integrated within OralSIM project. It is being carried out with the support of DigiFed programme, under DIGIFED_SAEA_OC3-22_TWIN_DENTALFEM agreement
DentalFEM medical device as a service (MDaaS) represents the first tool in the market of an automatised web service for the structural FEM analysis of human oral cavities after implant treatment. A digital replica of patient’s mouth is created and forces acting on implant will be simulated. Different implant types and acting forces can be computationally tested (non invasive). The user has to care only about results and physiology and forget the engineering part of the process. Within this framework, patients’ mechanical studies can be systematically analysed, as there is no human interaction in the modelling stage. Hence, different cases can be compared under the same scenario.Treatments will be no longer based only on intuition or experience, but on quantitative and qualitative mechanical information, reducing failure up to 40%. Our aim is to democratise dental care simulation technologies, closing the engineering circle CAD/CAE/CAM within the dental industry.