Research and Product Development Timeline

 

2019+

  • Further R&D in patient-specific simulation-based diagnostics
  • Simulation-based Neuro-mascular Anatomy e-learning
  • Product customisation for pacing devices & pharmaceuticals

2018

  • Epicardio Simulation™ v2.0 released
  • Tablet versions under development (release date TBA)
  • Cardiac EP Pro Tools v2.0 under development (release date TBA)

 

2017

  • Further product customisation for St. Jude Medical™ MultiPoint™ Pacing to provide advanced simulation-based e-training

2016

  • Epicardio Simulation™ – PACING & CARDIAC EP v1.0 released
  • Product customisation for St. Jude Medical™ MultiPoint™ Pacing to provide advanced simulation-based e-training

 

 

2016 Proof of Concept backed by Innovate UK SMART R&D Grant

“Patient-Specific Simulation of the Heart Organ for Diagnosis”

Key Objectives: To develop a patient-specific simulation of the human heart, suitable for diagnosis of cardiac pathologies. To model accurate cardiac electrophysiological simulation matched to the patient’s specific anatomy and pathology. Aiming towards diagnosis and therapy decision support and inform pre-intervention planning.

2015 First product on the market: Epicardio Simulation™ – ECG v1.0

 

 

2014  Development of Prototype backed by TSB (IUK) SMART R&D Grant

“Heart Simulator for Training and Diagnosis Support”

Key Objectives: To follow on from proof of concept to product development stage. New product prototypes for training and diagnosis support in cardiac electrophysiology and electrocardiography. The Epicardio heart simulator enables direct visualisation of how disease can cause changes on the heart’s electrical activation, allowing a shift from the ineffectual learning-by-rote, which still dominates much of medical education.

2012 Proof of Concept backed by TSB (IUK) SMART R&D Grant

“Real-time Simulation of Cardiac Electrophysiology for Medical Training and Diagnosis Support”

Key Objectives: To develop a prototype for a human physiological system – the heart’s electrophysiology. A feasibility study was conducted for using real-time simulation over the web to support cardiology training and diagnosis.

 

 

2011 Epicardio Ltd start up

Early “bench-top” prototype of Epicardio Simulation

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