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The project roadmap

The roadmap documents the timeline of project progress to date, as well as our planned staging of goals for the future.

Stage 1 - Overall Concept and Planning

  • 2001 - 2003 - Planning and concepts
  • 2003 - Preliminary design trials
  • 2005 - Legal and licensing issues

Stage 2 - Peripheral Nerve Stimulator Design

  • 2004 Feb - Design and specification statement
  • 2004 May - Circuit design and testing
  • 2005 May - Final prototype construction
  • 2005 Jun - PCB design and production
  • 2005 Sep - Design and construction details publication
  • 2005 Dec - Volume production

Stage 3 - jfish.org Website

  • 2005 May - jfish.org private staging site
  • 2005 Sep - jfish.org goes live

Stage 4 - Pulse Oximeter Design

  • 2005 Sep - Preliminary design and specification statement
  • 2006 - jfish PulseOx v 1.0

Stage 5 - Electrocardiograph Design

  • 2006 - Preliminary design and specification statement
  • 2006 - jfish ECG v 1.0

Stage 6 - End-tidal Capnograph Design

  • 2006 - Preliminary design and specification statement
  • 2007 - jfish Capnograph v 1.0

Stage 7 - Anaesthetic workstation system

  • 2004 Jan - Prototype anaesthetic work-station GUI
  • 2008 Jan - jfish Workstation v 1.0 release

Stage 8 - The future

  • Documentation translation
  • Distribution logistics
  • Development of further devices:
    • Agent monitoring
    • Non-invasive blood pressure (NIBP)
    • Invasive pressure monitoring
    • Electroencephalograph (EEG)
    • Awareness/depth of anaesthesia monitoring
    • Cardiotocograph (CTG)
  • Foundation establishment
  • jfish technology extension

 

The project roadmap is a dynamic and changing guide. It is expected that development will occur on some stages in parallel depending on perceived needs, interest, contributors and resources.

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