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Project Update - OMMS: the Wireless Micro-Factory that will Treat People with Cancer

The OMMS micro-factory project lead by Dr Veronica Martinez made a great progress this month.

The OMMS micro-factory project made a great progress this month, we started with a technical meeting to discuss the latest therapeutic treatments for curing cancer and the technology implications for building our wearable device and service business models for hospitals and other healthcare institutions.  Veronica’s particular focus is on the analysis of the diverse service business models that can help to maximise value and benefits for all partners of the service ecosystem. We will be initiating the collection of context data from the key ecosystems actors. This project aims to help our society in the fight against cancer. This will enable a good understanding of needs and contingencies that will be invoked in developing a product-service that can have seamless applicability and use. 

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