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About the article
Published Online: 2017-10-31
Published in Print: 2018-02-23
Research funding: This research has been funded within the project “OR.NET – Secure and Dynamic Networking in Operating Room and Hospital” by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) (OR.NET – 16KT1202, 16KT1203, 16KT1238) and in parts within the project “ZiMT – Certifiable Integrated Medical Technology and IT Systems based on Open Standards in the Operating Room and Hospital” by the State of North-Rhine Westphalia and the European Commission – European Regional Development Fund (EFRE, grant no.: EFRE-0800454).
Author contributionsSections contributed by the Institute of Micro Technology and Medical Device Technology, Technical University of Munich are “Introduction”, “Situation in the medical device domain”, “Realization: SDC meets SRTB” and “Conclusion and future work”. Sections contributed by the Institute of Applied Microelectronics and Computer Engineering, University of Rostock are “Related work”, “OR.NET RT: non-real-time SDC meets SRTB real-time network” and “Conclusion and future work”. Sections contributed by the Chair of Medical Engineering, RWTH Aachen University are “SDC meets surgical robotic systems” and “Conclusion and future work”.