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"The stakes of European standardization concerning connected objects in health", under the supervision of Nathalie DE GROVE-VALDEYRON, IRDEIC
on the November 21, 2019
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"The stakes of European standardization concerning connected objects in health" thesis defended by Ms Laurie Bru under the supervision of Nathalie DE GROVE-VALDEYRON

Abstract :

Connected objects in health are emerging technologies. They are subject to many innovations and may incorporate blockchains, High Performance Computing, artificial intelligence and nanotechnologies. These objects are multiplying at a rapid rate within the internal market in the European Union and are creating new challenges, particularly with regard to the protection of personal data, public health considerations, cybersecurity and the competitivity of European companies in a globalized world. These objects need a framework. European standardization is a particularly appropriate regulatory tool to answer all these concerns. It overcomes the drawbacks of hard law, in particular because of its flexibility and ability to adapt to the evolution of the state of the art and the digitization of economy. European standardization organizations will therefore have to develop and update standards for the technologies on which connected objects in health are based. European institutions must support this standardization to ensure it is commensurate with the stakes involved.

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Jury :

Mme Nathalie DE GROVE-VALDEYRON  Toulouse 1 Capitole University  PHD Supervisor
Mme Frédérique BERROD  Strasbourg Sciences Po Reporter
Mme Fabienne PERALDI LENEUF Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne University Reporter
M. Marc BLANQUET  Toulouse 1 Capitole University Examiner
M. Lukas RASS-MASSON  Toulouse 1 Capitole University Examiner
M. Robert GOUBERT-GAEBELE  Toulouse Bar Examiner

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