The IVAM Microtechnology Network, in cooperation with the French partners Pôle des Microtechniques, Temis and Statice, is organizing ‘Health Business Connect – Micro & Nano MEETS Medical Innovation” on July 11-12, 2016, in Besançon, France.
Furthering cooperation between component manufacturers and medical device manufacturers from Germany and France as well as joint projects, experience exchange and potential opportunities for cooperation are the focal points of the two-day, English-language event.
Talks, discussions and company presentations will focus on current issues regarding medical device components like diagnostic sensors, integration technology in wearables, microfluidic parts for Point-of-Care-Analytics (PoC) and Lab-on-Chip, and electronic components for integration in medical devices.
In addition, secondary topics like software requirements and digitalization will be featured.
The program is rounded out with company visits at the Temis Technology Park, on-site B2B meetings, a guided tour through Besançon and a networking event in the evening of the first conference day.
The event is aimed at medical technology companies on the entire value chain: technology developers, component manufacturers, software, test and analysis businesses and medical device manufacturers alike will find great opportunities for cooperation and networking.
Further information is available at www.ivam.com
Mona Okroy-Hellweg | idw - Informationsdienst Wissenschaft
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