Tools and services for surgical communities
We design and develop your surgical community tools in the spirit of exchange and companionship that makes our trademark.
Your operating room is too small compared to the international success of your workshop: we install temporary or permanent configurations to create an immersive experience for your remote audience.
You are a group of expert surgeons, and you want to confront your surgical practices within your community:
We make video recordings of your most representative surgeries with the semi-live recording technique, to make a Mosaic View film.
A new film shows the confrontation of practice between 2 distant surgeons, united by a visioconference and the sharing of the Mosaic View.
Your community has access by VOD (Video On Demand), on conditions you define, to the film in its integrality and to the synthesis for a training very close to that obtained during the workshops in presence.
You want to create a new periodical support, in stream and VOD, for the members of your surgical community.
Every week, a travelling program is produced under the aegis of your editorial committee.
The show is broadcasted live to Internet users who actively participate via chats and text messages, but also via a visioconference image and sound.
Replays are stored in the community area, with access modalities you define.
Because live surgeries are criticized and difficult to organize, we have created new methods of recording operations. These methods can be used to recreate live interaction during congresses or produce immersive, multi-view editings.
Because the sharing of surgical experiences is based on companionship and exchange between surgeons, we have created micro events, called surgical challenges, that allow a surgeon to participate in a surgical intervention while remaining at a distance.
Here, a German surgeon participates, from Germany, in a cosmetic surgery performed in Nogent-sur-Marne, France.
ANALYSIS, CONVERSION & RECOVERY OF SIGNALS
Because the sources of operating room images are multiple, the analysis and conversion of these sources requires scalers and measurement tools able to adapt to all the existing or future formats.
Because the specific constraints of the operating room require custom-made tools.
Mobile hydraulic crane
This crane is operated with 2 fingers and walks crab-like, which allows it to be easily moved in between patients and to get as close as possible to the ideal angle of view.
Its load weight allows it to be equipped with the best available cameras (here a Red Dragon 6K) and to integrate the production of high quality cold light to eventually replace ambient operating room lighting.
Mini block crane
This ultra-light crane is used for shootings that require equipment transported by plane. Total weight of the crane + camera: 8 kg and 70 cm long to enter a standard case.
This crane allows a vertical view of the surgical field, with minimal occupancy of the space surrounding the patient.
IMAGE & SOUND
Because workshop, live surgery and internet streaming need efficients links point-to-point.
OPTICAL FIBRE LINK
Microwave for medium range.
5GHz band for 100m links.
Point-to-point with dedicated trucks for long-distance connections.
Ka-band for internet streaming with guaranteed speed.
To transport large quantities of signals in full duplex.
TECHNICAL AUDIO/VIDEO MANAGEMENT
OPERATING THEATRES AND REMOTE AUDIENCE
Endurology Challenge between Hotel Mariott (Paris 14) and Tenon Hospital (Paris 20) every year since 2012.
COMPLETE 3D CHAIN
Because 3D is commonly used in the surgical field
(Robot Davinci, laparoscopy columns, microscopes...)
we ensure the capture and retransmission
of the complete 3D chain.
SURGICALLY.TV is a Vecteur M realisation, health, technologies, image
and sound specialist for 30 years.
SARL Vecteur M
Tel : 01 47 90 70 80
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Les Agnettes - Line 13
Asnières sur Seine or Bois Colombes railway station
(direct from Saint-Lazare)
From porte de Clichy -> 6 minutes
From porte d’Asnières -> 9 minutes
© Vecteur M - 2018
Thanks to the artist Gupi for his permission to use his artwork "Prélévement des mammaires" of the CTCV series.