With the CAREN system, a harness keeps trainees secured to a bar above their heads, eliminating the need for someone to catch their fall.
The CAREN system's large, 180-degree screen provides ample stimulation and requires trainees to keep a constant eye on their surroundings, which helps them gain confidence using their prosthetic.
The CAREN system's platform moves up and down and side to side to match the terrain on the screen.
Early beneficiaries of CAREN will include: scientists monitoring seismic data with improved hazard assessment and disaster risk management in this earthquake--prone zone; telemedicine initiatives in Tajikistan; planned textile research collaborations between the London College of Fashion and partner colleges in Tashkent; and environmental monitoring of the Issyk--Kul basin between the Kyrgyz Institute of Physics and partner institutes in Germany and the United States of America (USA).
CAREN, funded by the commission's Europe aid cooperation office and the beneficiary countries on a cost--sharing basis, is a successor to the NATO--funded silk project which introduced research networking to the Caucasus and central Asia originally deploying low--capacity satellite technology and more recently using terrestrial fibre optics.
This document invites organisations participating in the procurement (the Tenderers) to tender for point to point connectivity for the CAREN
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system will enhance rehabilitation treatment for a wide range of patients, including amputees, those with spinal cord injury and those with post-traumatic stress disorder," said Isabel Henderson, vice-president of the Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital.
(Central Asia Research and Education Network) project is seeking point to point connectivity to form an international data network serving the Central Asian national research and education networks (NRENs) and their users, co-funded by the European Commission and the participating NRENs.