The COVID-19 pandemic has shown the significance of flexible responses and innovative solutions for eHealth and eCare-related products and services as well as for resilient service supply chains.
The matchmaking and demystification event “Tech 4 Health. CO-VERSATILE.” is built on current and past industry-driven research and innovation initiatives that deliver flexible responses and address innovative solutions.
For those who face challenges in these areas mentioned, there are many great technological solutions available that can help resolve them. Experts in their fields shed light on those solutions and showed their implementation potential by presenting successfully implemented use cases and connecting participants to domain experts.
Participants will benefit from interesting impulse talks of experts in the fields as well as from presentations of technological solutions followed by discussions of concrete applications in bilateral meetings. The event format facilitates the exchange between technology providers and users for a successful, future-proof implementation of innovation.
It showcased innovations in Europe impacting a significant increase in health and well-being, such as:
• Disinfection spraying systems
• Software focused on supporting the digital transformation
• Innovative face masks and respirators
• New paradigm of eCare, and
• Simulation and visualisation approaches for the production of health and care technologies.
In addition, participants got to know the Digital Technopole, a cloud-based platform for democratic access to experts and tailored solutions, which assists manufacturers quickly with readily available solutions, including software and service tools.
Participants met tech experts from simulation and visualisation of supply chains in MedTech as well as innovative eHealth and eCare solutions and got to know already applied solutions. They benefitted from interesting impulse talks of experts in the fields as well as from presentations of technological solutions followed by discussions of concrete applications in bilateral meetings.
Speakers included Robert Lovas from SZTAKI, Institute for Computer Science and Control, Hans Zebner from Pfizer Healthcare Hub, Dr. Christian Haverkamp from the Institute of Digitalization in Medicine (Universitätsklinikum Freiburg), Sebastian Pena Serna, founder of clesgo, Professor Christian Klaes from Ruhr University Bochum, Saskia Wagner-Sardesai and Michael Dominik Görtz from Fraunhofer IML, Giuseppe Conti from WITA, Andreas Ocklenburg and Liza Ocklenburg from cloudSME - Cloud Architects and Alberto Landini from STAM S.r.l.
The event format facilitated the exchange between technology providers and users for a successful, future-proof implementation of innovation.
This event was organized by BadenCampus, EIT Manufacturing, CO-VERSATILE and Pfizer Healthcare Hub.