IN 2011 THE FIRST STAGES OF THE COPCAR PROJECT STARTED.
IN 2014 THE COPCAR SYSTEM IS IMPLANTED FOR THE CONTROL, MONITORING AND REAL-TIME HELP OF PATIENTS WITH CARDIOVASCULAR PATHOLOGIES.
First demonstration which covered several American States, by using dedicated lines and television studios.
In Montreal, Dr. Albert Jutras performed teleradiology, in order to avoid high doses of radiations which had an impact on fluoroscopies, a conventional interphone was used.
Nebraska, Cecil Wittson started his first tele-education and tele-psychiatry courses between his Hospital and the State Hospital in Norfolk, Virginia, 180 kilometers away.
The age of satellites starts, especially ATS (launched in 1966), in order to improve benefits of a native community from Alaska.
STARPAHC, a medical care program for natives from Papago, Arizona started. Electrocardiography and radiology were performed and it was transmitted by means of microwaves.
The STARPAHC program ended, which was adapted from a medical care program for astronauts by the Lockheed company.
Telemedicine UNESCO chair, CATAI. First distance DNA quantification in the world applied to image analysis of prognostic factors in breast cancer.
The Comitas Comunicaciones TM64 net was created in Spain for the establishment of connections and support for diagnosis between hospital centers of the Ministry of Defense.
A doctor in New York removed the ill gallbladder of a patient in Strasbourg, France by means of a robot arm.
A satellite connection is established with Comitas Comunicaciones, between the Chunguetti Hospital in Mauritania and the University Clinical Hospital San Carlos in Madrid for real-time diagnosis help.