Two engineers from southern Lower Saxony want to help predict strokes better using a computer software.
STROKE DIGITAL TWIN
In ELPIS Simulation, our goal is to save lives of millions of potential stroke patients using a new type of non-invasive risk assessment. Furthermore, we help those affected by stroke to contain the serious storke consequences and hence contribute to lowering the costs for health care systems.
Our service is the realization of our vision as an opportunity to make a fundamental contribution to the welfare of society. We want to help you to protect the most important issue in life: “human health” in a new level. Human health basically represents the source of all actions and goals of a person. We would like to be significantly involved with our products in strengthening this issue in a better way and thus improving people’s quality of life according to the latest simulation methods and knowledge. In this case, our service is not self-purpose by itself, but rather an effort to be able to create social benefits and to maintain ELPIS / SPE (hope).
We have developed our own numerical simulation tools and algorithms to simulate
magnetoelectric material behavior and therefore are able to calculate the ME coupling.
ELPIS Simulation GmbH won between 52 applicants. The specially developed software allows the attending physician to assess the risk of a stroke in the patients.
At this year’s innovation award in the state of Lower Saxony, ELPIS Simulation GmbH was among the three finalists in the “Economy” category.