Nataša POPOVIĆ, Irena MLADENOVIĆ
The advancement in information and communication technologies initiated the transition to the fourth industrial revolution impacting not only industry but also education, medicine, agriculture… In dentistry, adopting new technologies aims to create home, ambulatory and clinical environments that will be pleasant for patients and provide dentists with simplified diagnostics procedures, early disease detection, real-time remote communication with the patient, etc. This paper deals with the concept of Industry 4.0 and some technologies that contribute to the improvement in dentistry practice regarding present and future dentistry applications. Special attention is paid to artificial intelligence, big data analytics, the Internet of Things, and robotics as key enablers of further advancements in dentistry. The features of concepts of Society 5.0 and Industry 5.0 that will shape dentistry in the future are discussed as well.
Jovan GRUJIĆ, Slobodan TABAKOVIĆ, Milan ZELJKOVIĆ, Zoran VUČINIĆ, Stanislav RAJKOVIĆ, Nikola BOGOSAVLJEVIĆ
The appearance of malignant or benign changes in the distal and proximal part or destruction of the bone mass of the upper arm is repaired in modern medicine by surgical removal of damaged bone tissue and implantation of an endoprosthesis: “total humerus”. The method ensures the elimination of pain and the preservation of the diseased extremity functionally and aesthetically. Due to the nature of the disease and the goal of the intervention, this type of endoprosthesis is developed and made according to the morphological characteristics of the specific patient. The endoprosthesis development process includes conceptualization based on diagnostic images, design using CAD software systems, and preparation for manufacturing. Due to the nature of the product and the manufacturing process, endoprostheses are designed according to the patient’s measurements with verification using CAE software systems. The paper describes the procedure of developing “total humerus” endoprostheses for a specific patient with the application of the most modern software systems for product development.
Jelena SEKULIĆ, Imre LENDÁK
Cyber insurance is a collective term for all insurance policies that address risks in cyberspace and offer financial aid in case of the occurrence of those risks. The goal of this paper is to highlight the impact of these policies on the overall cyber security posture. Firstly, the motives for dealing with the topic of cyber insurance are presented and the term itself and the elements of coverage are clarified. Then, the factors that affect policy prices are examined and the connection between price and security level is explained. Finally, the challenges faced by the cyber insurance market are listed, as well as potential directions for further development. For this product to appear in the region, the cooperation of insurance and information security experts is necessary, as well as awareness of the importance of a proactive approach to cyber security.