The CIS Research Institute of Microsensors develops technologies for customer-specific opto-electronic, piezoresistive and impedimetric sensors. One of the latest developments is a cuffless measurement method for the continuous monitoring of blood pressure.
Medica Hall 11, Stand J39
steute Meditec introduces a new wireless footswitch family for universal use in medical technology. The user interfaces of this series are so energy efficient that they can be operated with standard batteries. At the same time, a very high level of security and availability is achieved.
The project goal of "Recupera" -Reha vom DFKI is the development of a mobile whole body exoskeleton and a system for the robotic rehabilitation of neurological diseases.
Medica Hall 12, Stand D58
HEW-Kabel equips its special cables for medical technology, which are used eg in diagnosis, surgery or patient monitoring, optionally with the specially developed "Silindo" jacket. Without any foreign material in the silicone or on the surface, this permanently minimizes the sliding friction.
Compamed hall 8A, booth F04
Qioptiq (Exelitas) will be responsible for the design of high-precision micro-optics for endoscopes and accompany OEMs from the development phase through prototype development to pre-series and series production. Close collaboration between optical designers, designers and manufacturing creates cost-efficient products.