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Day one of the @C2Ccyber #challenge in #Cambridge. The #CyberSecurity of #tomorrow is being formed #today

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We are at @CranfieldUni today, filming TurboCDT #innovation day.

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@IWMDuxford comedian Arthur Smith took us on a tour of Duxford and DX 17!! The most positive, interested 'grumpy man' I've ever met.

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Ilux help to transform patient care

ILUX helps renal services provider Diaverum to transform patient care.

20 clinic deployments result in integrated systems, interoperability and secure data sharing.

Diaverum is one of the world’s leading providers of renal care and the largest independent service provider in Europe. Its operations currently span 20 countries around the world andserves a patient base of more than 29,000 people. In 2007, Diaverum launched its UK operation in partnership with NHS England and currently provides care to over 1,500 patients in 20 clinics across the country.

The challenge was to deliver seamless patient care and accurate, timely data to clinicians, dialysis services are increasingly reliant on technology and integrated systems. Back in 2007, Diaverum was embarking on the launch of its first satellite renal clinics for the NHS. Diaverum was seeking to improve the incumbent technology and system processes, which were often beset with paper processes and system failures.

By undertaking the IT service redesigns recommended and implemented by ILUX, Diaverum has dramatically improved its renal services across its clinics. For patients, this has resulted in improved care and experience – enabling treatment to be more personalised and time spent in the clinic more enjoyable, with access to free Wi-Fi to keep in touch with loved ones, do work, and use services such as online shopping and movie watching.

Ilux help to transform patient care
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Microsoft Research Labs

Professor Chris Bishop is the newly appointed Laboratory Director at Microsoft Research Cambridge. A Microsoft Distinguished Scientist, he is also Professor of Computer Science at the University of Edinburgh and a Trustee of the Royal Institution of Great Britain. He is a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, and a Fellow of Darwin College Cambridge. His research interests include machine learning and its applications.

Cambridge Filmworks met up with Chris to find out what is happening at the Microsoft Research labs and what cutting edge technologies are in store for the future.

To learn more about the Microsoft Research Labs in Cambridge, please visit: http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/default.aspx

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Take to the skies with the Imperial War Museum

Experience the speed, power and agility of historic and contemporary fighter aircraft as they dominate the skies over IWM Duxford at The Duxford Air Show.

In commemoration of the 80th anniversary of the formation of RAF Fighter Command, the air show highlights Duxford’s role as a wartime fighter station, looks at how the nation has been defended from air attack, and shows the vital importance of fighters to winning control of the largest battlefront on earth. Examples of these famous aircraft from past and present will fly in partnership, as we compare and contrast their enduring skills and abilities, and look at what it takes to be a fighter pilot.

Working closely with the Imperial War Museum and PLanesTV, Cambridge Filmworks have produced a suite of films capturing all the thrills, excitement and nostalgia of these spectacular events.

In this first film we meet with one of the daring display pilots who talks us through what it’s like to take the controls and take to the skies.

To find out more about the Meet the Fighters event at Duxford, please visit the Imperial War Museum:

http://www.iwm.org.uk/events/iwm-duxford/airshows/2016/the-duxford-air-show

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Behaviour and Health Research Unit – Brand New Animations!

Based in the Department of Public Health and Primary Care, within the School of Clinical Medicine at the University of Cambridge, the Behaviour and Health Research Unit contributes evidence to national and international efforts to achieve sustained behaviour change to improve health outcomes and reduce health inequalities.

The main focus of the BHRU’s work is on developing effective ways of changing four key sets of behaviour – smoking, excessive consumption of food and alcohol, and physical inactivity – to prevent most of the preventable non-communicable diseases including many cancers, cardiovascular disease and diabetes.

Cambridge Filmworks and The Behaviour and Health Research Unit have now worked together to produce two brand new, fun, engaging and informative animations to showcase the BHRU’s vital work and aims.

To learn more about the Behaviour and Health Research Unit, please visit: http://www.bhru.iph.cam.ac.uk/

and to see further animations for the BHRU and others please go to: http://filmdrawer.co.uk/cfw/category/animation/

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Journey of a Germ

If you think your being super hygienic but still end up with a cold, check out our latest video for the Global Hygiene Council to see just how easy it is for germs to spread!

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How Microsoft’s Video Game Tech Could Help MS Patients

Cambridge Filmworks showcase innovative new technology as Microsoft and Novartis team up to deploy Kinect cameras and software to track the Multiple Sclerosis symptoms.

Multiple sclerosis patients may one day have the option of having an intelligent camera system track the disease’s progress, using super-precise measurements of physical symptoms to enable better, faster and cheaper treatments.

Microsoft Corp.’s researchers teamed up with pharma giant Novartis AG to develop a system called AssessMS, which uses the company’s Kinect motion camera and machine learning software to track movements, analyzing things like gait and ability to touch one’s nose with a finger.

Multiple sclerosis, which affects 2.3 million people worldwide, is an incurable and unpredictable disease of the central nervous system. For some it is fatal within a few years, while many others suffer physical deterioration over several decades. Most patients have what is called relapsing-remitting MS, where symptoms flare up and then improve, making it critical for doctors to track the severity of the disease over a period of time.

So Novartis approached Microsoft. Most multiple sclerosis patients are screened by a doctor every three to six months, and scored on their movements. Microsoft, working with three of the top MS clinics in Europe, set up a system to do the same evaluation.

Microsoft’s prototype mounts a Kinect motion-sensing camera (originally designed to accompany the company’s Xbox video-game consoles) on a screen, asking patients to do things like extend their arms and hold still, or touch their extended hand to the tip of their nose and then repeat with eyes closed. The camera collects precise data on the patient’s movement, indicating the degree of impairment.

Please watch the film to see this groundbreaking technology in action and to find out more about the AssessMS project please visit:
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-02-09/fight-against-multiple-sclerosis-gains-a-tech-ally

How Microsoft’s Video Game Tech Could Help MS Patients

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Analysing the Underground

Every day the London Underground carries more than four million people between 270 stations – every journey creating a piece of data.

Collecting data is just the start. To be useful, it needs to be turned into information that changes what we do. That’s where visualising data in an intuitive way can help.

Cambridge Consultant’s analytical approach turns passenger journey data on its head to give insights into traffic patterns. An algorithm combines stations with similar traffic patterns into clusters.

The result is an interactive map of the London Underground overlaid on the familiar canvas of Google Maps. A visualisation not of the data – but of the analysis of the data.

Users quickly see some things they expect – commuter home, work and transit stations, and the traffic flows from outer to inner London in the mornings.

But the visualisation also reveals geographic anomalies – such as Uxbridge being a work destination – and unexpected clusters, such as ‘social’ destinations around cinemas and theatres.

In a second visualisation they can play ‘what if’ – visualising closing stations and diverting tens of thousands of commuters at the tap of a finger.

To find out more please visit: http://www.cambridgeconsultants.com/projects/analytics-see-problem

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