Moshe Ayal

Moshe Ayal
Afeka Tel-Aviv Academic College of Engineering | Afeka · Electrical Engineering

PhD, PE

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Introduction
The Systems Engineering interdisciplinary field is full of promise in meeting COMPLEX production, service, and even social challenges. Thus, it is the platform I have chosen to use to explore (in collaboration with industry & service) how COMPLEX engineering projects should be designed and managed over their entire life-cycle
Additional affiliations
February 2010 - September 2016
Afeka Tel-Aviv Academic College of Engineering
Position
  • Founder and 1st Head, Dept. of Systems Engineering
March 2008 - July 2015
Afeka Tel-Aviv Academic College of Engineering
Position
  • Founding Head, Dept. of Systems Engineering
September 2004 - August 2008
University of Rochester
Position
  • Researcher
Description
  • Worked with KODAK, ViaHealth, CARESTREEM

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Publications (15)
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Conference Paper
Continuously growing population and greater demand for elderly care makes it crucial for modern hospitals to increase patient capacity and shortening of sojourn time in the Emergency Medicine Department (EMD). Our aim is to assess the benefits of a new engineered control RF-Based Patient Tracking System (RFPTS) over RIS on the quality of service, a...
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Conference room has traditionally been a central stage for the radiology department. During 2011 we replaced PC-projector based viewing with High definition (HD) display architecture of the conference room at Kaplan Medical Center (KMC), from the Clalit Health Services (CHS), the largest HMO in Israel. The new conference room aimed to enhance both...
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PURPOSE Clalit Health Services (CHS) is the largest HMO in Israel (3.8 million members) that comprises 11 Hospitals and 1300 outpatient clinics. Over the past year a state-of-the-art Web deployed PACS was implemented at Meir Medical Center. Prior to implementation, the hospital used a CD/DVD-Printer System as a storage media and a viewer. The use o...
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Clalit Health Services (CHS) is the largest HMO in Israel (3.8 million members) that comprises 11 Hospitals and 1,300 outpatient clinics. In 2010 a state-of-the-art Web deployed PACS was implemented at Meir MC as a primary site. Prior to implementation, the hospital used a CD/DVD-Printer System as a storage media and a viewer. The use of a legacy D...
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This paper identifies and measures the various business value benefits that accrue as a result of implementing and integrating large-scale enterprise information systems. Specifically, we look at the integration of electronic medical records for all patients with the radiology information system and a picture archiving and communication system at a...
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The integration of electronic patient data records with digital images in PACS is the only way today to provide high-quality clinical services. Such integration enables clinicians to access both systems' data reliably and consistently, as part of their regular working environment. This work extends the literature on RIS/PACS systems by focusing on...
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PURPOSE We explore the critical RIS/PACS implementation issues in a large hospital and construct an econometric model of benefits. Dimensions studies are: tangible benefits, e.g., turnaround time reduction, cost savings, and improved billing; intangible benefits including staff, and customer satisfaction; and new features. METHOD AND MATERIALS Usi...
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The integration of electronic patient data records with digital images in PACS is the only way today to provide high-quality clinical services. Such integration enables clinicians to access both systems' data reliably and consistently, as part of their regular working environment. We present a general framework for capturing the actual tangible and...
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A supplementary system for the unidirectional currents in a wye-wye connected three-phase transformer is presented. The proposed system is external, as opposed to the common internal one. Consequently, it helps in reducing the size of the huge single unit, in a three-phase transformer bank system, as well as considerably improves its unsymmetrical...
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This paper presents a novel investigation tool for the dynamical behavior of a singly operated synchronous generator. The model state equations are based upon Park's flux linkage model. Several transient conditions are shown and discussed
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A major challenge facing the project manager is to estimate project completion times. This paper reports on the impact of scope changes and initiation delays on work package actual durations. The study suggests a model, based on theoretical considerations, that is verified employing data on the electrical design phase of several projects. A mathema...
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The objective of this research is twofold: first to construct and validate an explanatory model for project duration extensions, and second to analyze the effect of scope changes and other related drivers on project delivery times. The research is based on a field study, which draws data from an engineering service environment, and uses means of st...

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The system is destined to prevent the next accident by bringing the driver back to control in complicated conditions. By designing the system for real time reaction, the system will keep the driver and his surroundings in safety. Proposed Concept Alternatives for the system are: (1) Camera networking at highways and municipalities; (2) Vehicle network communication; (3) Upgrade existing safety systems; (4) An independent active safety system with provision for communication with other vehicles.