Health Tech Event‘s partner, Rockstart Digital Health, announces applications open for its accelerator program.
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Applications are open for Rockstart Digital Health. The 6-month program held in Nijmegen provides an unparalleled access to the healthcare ecosystem, capital, coaching and investors for entrepreneurs who are looking to change the way things are done in healthcare. Continue reading “Digital Health Accelerator Program by Rockstart”
Technology and care: the impact of use of exoskeleton for patients – Presented by Lieven De Maesschalck, Mobilab, at the Health Tech Event, on January 31, 2018, at MECC Maastricht, The Netherlands. Read the interview
The presentation with give an overview about the use of exoskeletons for patients. As introduction we start with a short description about the to walk again foundation, founded in 2003 by paraplegic former Iron Man triathlon champion Marc Herremans and his coach. His mission was to make disability sports & related rehabilitation services accessible to all. “Getting human capital out of their wheelchairs” “Because inactivity paralyzes both mind and body”. So now we are taking the next step: TWA-Post Rehabilitation Centres. An initiative by the To Walk Again Foundation, Orthopedie Van Haesendonck, AZ Herentals and Mobilab@ThomasMore. With this brand new initiative we want to set the standard for accessible, stimulating and progressive post-rehabilitation services through sports and exercise – pairing medical technology with expert medical and academic support. This presentation will give an overview of the activities already done and planned. This lecture gives information over the impact of the use off exoskeloton on Qualitiy of Live and this in a two years follow-up study. There will be also a demo with the exoskeleton. Continue reading “Technology and care: the impact of use of exoskeleton for patients – Presented by Lieven De Maesschalck, Mobilab”
INTER-IoT: Interoperability of Heterogeneous IoT Platforms – Presented by Roel Vossen, Neways Technologies at the Health Tech Event, which will take place on 31 January 2018 at MECC Maastricht, The Netherlands.
About Roel Vossen
Roel Vossen combines 2 challenging skills for over more then 10 years: Project Management & System Architecture for high end customers in the semicon, medical, automotive & military industries from the very first idea till a mature product, ready for series production.
About Neways Technologies B.V.
Neways Electronics International N.V. is a global operating EMS (Electronic Manufacturing Services) provider of industrial and professional electronics and is listed on Euronext Amsterdam. Continue reading “INTER-IoT: Interoperability of Heterogeneous IoT Platforms – Presented by Roel Vossen, Neways Technologies”
International privacy regulation: Compliance officers react extremely defensive – Herman Bennema, Vektis
Herman Bennema is CEO of Vektis, the leading healthcare information provider in the Netherlands. Mr Bennema is an experienced executive with an inherent strength of improving businesses based on analytical insight. Under his leadership, Vektis evolved from an organization focused on collecting healthcare claims-data to an information provider for the entire healthcare system in the Netherlands. Prior to Vektis, Mr Bennema was boardmember of Solera Netherlands, specializing in automobile related claims. Herman started his career as a technical officer in the Royal Netherlands Airforce after finishing his education at the Royal Military Academie. He also holds a graduate degree in business economics. Herman Bennema will speak on Jan 31, at Health Tech Event in Maastricht, about Big data for healthcare. Continue reading “International privacy regulation: Compliance officers react extremely defensive – Herman Bennema, Vektis”
Innovating Healthcare Hackathon for innovators passionate about disrupting healthcare
innovate.healthcare is a hackathon for innovators passionate about disrupting healthcare with progressive ideas, creative thinking and active doing. It takes place on Dec 1st- Dec 3rd, 2017, in Brussels. Continue reading “Innovating Healthcare Hackathon for innovators passionate about disrupting healthcare (video)”
Social Robotics, AI, IoT & Cloud Intelligence to converge for healthier ecosystem of living – Amit Kumar Pandey, SoftBank Robotics
Dr. Amit Kumar Pandey is Head Principal Scientist (Chief Scientist) at SoftBank Robotics Europe, Paris, France, also serving as the scientific coordinator of collaborative projects. Earlier for 6 years he worked as researcher in Robotics and AI at LAAS-CNRS (French National Center for Scientific Research), France. His Ph.D. thesis (Towards Socially Intelligent Robots in Human Centered Environment), is among the best three theses in Robotics in Europe for prestigious euRobotics Georges Giralt Award. He is the principal investigator in various European Union (EU) projects. He is also the founding coordinator of Socially Intelligent Robots and Societal Applications (SIRo-SA) Topic Group (TG) of euRobotics and the recipient of Non Residential Bihari Honour Award, 2014 for Science, Technology and Education, one of the highest level civilian honors, awarded by the state of Bihar, India. Amit Kumar Pandey will speak about How the social robots can play role in the spectrum of innovative healthcare on January 31, at Health Tech Event in Maastricht.
What drives you?
Society and Societal needs. Robotics and AI. Continue reading “Social Robotics, AI, IoT & Cloud Intelligence to converge for healthier ecosystem of living – Amit Kumar Pandey, SoftBank Robotics”
Intelligent robotics for Very Early Mobilization of Intensive Care Patients – Presented by Alexander König, Reactive Robotics, at the Health Tech Event, on January 31, 2018, at MECC Maastricht. Read the interview
I will present the options on how to introduce robotics into an ICU while showing obstacles and solutions of getting such a startup off the ground. Continue reading “Intelligent robotics for Very Early Mobilization of Intensive Care Patients – Presented by Alexander König, Reactive Robotics”
Microsoft plans to use AI software to transform healthcare market, launches new dedicated division
Microsoft is setting up a new healthcare department at its Cambridge research facility, as part of plans to use its artificial intelligence software to enter the health market. The computer giant has created the division as part of its commitment to “transform healthcare” using technologies such as machine learning and cloud computing.
Its research plans include monitoring systems that can help keep patients out of hospitals and alert them in a timely manner about problems, and large studies into diseases such as diabetes. Continue reading “Microsoft plans to use AI software to transform healthcare market, launches new dedicated division”
Health Tech Event welcomes 3DHeals as Media Partner. The event will take place on 31 January 2018 at MECC Maastricht, The Netherlands.
3DHEALS was founded to create an ecosystem of healthcare 3D printing and bioprinting through events, educational programs, online content, and consultancy.
It aims to facilitate global multidisciplinary collaborative innovations in health care 3D printing and helps with quality control, standardization, and scaling of health care 3D printing. Continue reading “Health Tech Event welcomes 3DHeals as Media Partner”
The first smart exoskeleton that recognizes the loss of balance – and prevents falling – has been developed by researchers at Scuola Sant’Anna in Italy, EPFL in Switzerland, and tested at the Rehabilitation Center “Fondazione Don Carlo Gnocchi” in Florence.
Wearable machines that enhance your movement and endurance no longer belong to the realm of science fiction. They are being developed today in the laboratory, and in this controlled setting, already prevent the elderly from falling.
Scientists at Scuola Sant’Anna in Italy and EPFL (Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne) in Switzerland have built a prototype of a smart, light-weight and easy-to-personalize exoskeleton that counteracts the loss of balance and promotes balance recovery after an accidental slip. This is a first in wearable machines, which are normally used to assist or enhance regular movement, instead of preventing an unexpected event like falling. The results are published on May 11th in Scientific Reports. Continue reading “First smart exoskeleton that recognizes the loss of balance & prevents falling, developed by Swiss researchers (Video)”