svexa joins conference on Innovations, new technologies, and their applications on the battlefield
The survival of a wounded person on the battlefield often depends on the first hour, which is why war often accelerates the development of medicine. What did the rescuers learn in Ukraine? Polish and Ukrainian doctors, scientists, and military personnel discussed this at the conference “Innovations and new technologies and their application in traumatology and battlefield medicine,” which took place recently near Rzeszów, in the vicinity of the medical hub where victims of the ongoing war in the east are waiting for transport to European hospitals. Svexa was a conference partner and our Poland GM Daniel Kulig presented svexa’s perspective on how human training and recovery should be optimized and individualized even in battlefield situations.
Medicine on the battlefield is changing civilian medicine. -The tactics of the battlefield also include the proper location of medical facilities. The first hour is crucial for the survival of a wounded soldier. That’s how long it takes to cover 500 meters of difficult wooded terrain in winter. This knowledge allows us to realize where medical facilities must be located, how to distribute supplies, medics or paramedics, to provide timely assistance to the wounded. It is also important to provide soldiers with the necessary individual equipment to survive while waiting for help. Every war brings new experiences that allow us to improve tactics.
The event focused on the exchange of knowledge and experience in the field of orthopedics, traumatology, battlefield medicine, wound and burn treatment. Among the speakers were representatives of medical facilities, universities, Polish businesses, as well as the military and special services. Workshops led by specialists from the medical college of the Jagiellonian University and the University of Rzeszów accompanied the lectures, presentations, and discussions.
Daniel Kulig is the GM of svexa Poland. In addition to broad experience in sports and related technology, Daniel has a background in Digital Innovation, Data Visualization & Business Efficiency, with over 20 years in financial analysis, strategic production planning, innovation, and entrepreneurship.