The RADIA project is a cooperation with the Dutch company Alledaags funded by the local government to develop an online learning platform to teach radiologists and radiologists in training how to perform low-dose CT lung cancer screening. This platform includes knowledge teaching (e.g. by text, movies, animations, and self-assessment), case based teaching (by exploring and annotating CT datasets) and examination modules. Both the first topic – lung cancer screening – as the platform itself and the knowledge gained from its development made possible unlocking complex data into a usable product.  The RADIA project has made possible that Alledaags together with CMINEN have brought to the market an innovative, practical and high-quality social product product that combines established protocols with the latest technology. The project is co-financed by the ERFO. For the development of RADIA, Alledaags has made use of the existing expertise within the company: development and implementation of intelligent algorithms within teaching (unlock complex data, Artificial Intelligence or Gamification); previously developed learning platforms for o.a Squla, Education and Master publisher Koninklijke Van Gorcum; Allegdaags staff has experience with large (care) IT platform projects such as the Alcohol Baas (Tactus), Trimbos Institute or Ziggo; focus on usability and focus on minimum viable product for rapid market development



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