Traditionally, this summer as well, graduate students of numerous faculties from Croatia and abroad worked in Zagreb and Split in Ericsson Nikola Tesla Summer Camp. On September 28, 2016, the closing of Summer Camp was marked with day-long activities in the Company premises, encompassing poster presentations and demo sessions. This year, an enormous interest was shown for the sessions during which numerous guests walked around stands talking to students and mentors who worked on projects. Along with students and their mentors, the closing ceremony was attended by numerous representatives of faculties, and was followed by students and mentors in our R&D in Split via video link.
Along with eHealth Record, which will be available on a national level from September 1, the portal for patients will also contribute to a more effective communication between the patients and the healthcare system. The Portal will act as a form of a “window”, giving patients an overview of their personal eHealth Record. Furthermore, this solution will remove some of the burden from the doctors, as it will enable them to manage administrative issues more effectively.
The trial run for eHealth Record and eHZZO portal for patients that starts from 1 September is a further demonstration of the latest eHealth technological solutions being introduced into the national healthcare system, all to the benefit of Croatian patients, healthcare professionals and the system as a whole. These important steps on the way to extended digitalisation of the healthcare system will ensure a higher standard of health services, better controlled and rational operations, that is, the sustainability of the healthcare system.
Anyone that has in any way participated in the activities regarding healthcare informatization in Croatia over the past decade, is aware of the demanding transformation journey made towards what is today one of the most successful national e-Health systems in Europe. Being aware of all the challenges that needed to be dealt with on such a journey, made engaging in a similar endeavor in a foreign country rather bold, which is why we can be extremely proud of the fact that we have recently successfully finished the project of Integrated Health Information System of Armenia.
The moment has arrived for Zagreb to become one of the smart cities of the future.
For the first time in Croatia, the most relevant ICT companies were gathered to collaborate on a joint project with the aim of improving Zagreb citizens’ lives. Four teams developed four different ideas, and the one that gets the largest number of votes will be implemented. We would like to point out SmartZET solution, which is completely in line with our Networked Society vision, and is developed, among other, by Ericsson Nikola Tesla expert Mićo Dujak.
In 2015, Croatian Regulatory Authority for Network Industries (HAKOM) for the first time engaged in the occasion of celebrating International Girls in ICT Day, on behalf of the Republic of Croatia, which is a member of ITU (International Telecommunication Union). The celebration of the Day was initiated by ITU, and today over 140 countries across the world celebrate it.On the occasion of this Day, which is celebrated on the fourth Thursday in April every year, in collaboration with project partners, Ericsson Nikola Tesla Company and the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing in Zagreb, HAKOM undertakes activities, to raise awareness among girls on successful career and the advantages of ICT sector. Moreover, this is seen as an opportunity to pool the capabilities of all factors in Croatia that support this initiative, as well as other similar ones, related to ICT occupation.
In line with the framework agreement between Crnogorski Telekom and Ericsson Nikola Tesla, Rüdiger Schulz, CEO of Crnogorski Telekom and Gordana Kovačević, MSc, the President of Ericsson Nikola Tesla, signed on 26 April in Podgorica an agreement on collaboration related to Crnogorski Telekom's new investment cycle in the areas of radio access and mobile core networks until the end of 2018.
Positive developments in Croatia’s innovation environment have sparked Sweden’s interest to join efforts and create a platform for sharing experiences with regard to what constitutes successful innovation ecosystems, with the aim of a more active economic cooperation between the two countries. The first seminar on this subject, held on Thursday, April 7, was organized by Business Sweden, Swedish Trade and Invest Council, and Embassy of Sweden, with the support of Ministry of Economy of the Republic of Croatia.
Ericsson Nikola Tesla has together with Vipnet implemented the first Radio Dot system in Croatia. This cutting edge Ericsson solution for indoor mobile network coverage is implemented on Vipnet network in Ericsson Nikola Tesla premises in Zagreb. After this initial implementation, further ones are planned, which will significantly improve the quality of mobile communication.