Glorium Technologies proudly announces its successful participation in MEDICA 2023, one of the world’s largest medical trade fairs held in Düsseldorf from November 13 to 16. With over 5,300 exhibitors from nearly 70 countries and a record attendance of 83,000 visitors, MEDICA has reaffirmed its status as a premier platform for the global medical technology business and expert knowledge exchange.
Representing Glorium Technologies at this prestigious event were Anna Vozna, our esteemed Account Executive, and Andrei Kasyanau, CEO and Co-Founder. Their presence underscored our commitment to advancing healthcare through innovative technology solutions.
Innovations in Digital Health and AI
MEDICA 2023 highlighted the digital transformation of healthcare, emphasizing the shift towards outpatient treatment and inter-clinic networking. AI and sustainable process solutions were in the spotlight, with groundbreaking innovations like AI-controlled wearables for sleep improvement, energy-efficient cryotherapy procedures, and robotic systems for diagnostics and rehabilitation.
This year’s MEDICA observed a growing interest among manufacturers in specialized software for healthcare products, particularly in the mental health sector. The rise of startups focusing on technology for vision impairments and pain management was notable. Additionally, integrating AI predictive models into existing apps and the openness of startups to partnerships rather than just customer relationships marked a significant shift in the industry.
MEDICA 2023 offered us invaluable insights into the future direction of the healthcare industry. The emphasis on digital transformation and AI-based solutions aligns perfectly with our vision at Glorium Technologies. The advancements in AI, robotics, and sustainable process implementation are not just trends; they are the future. They mirror our commitment to harnessing technology for better healthcare outcomes.
CEO and Co-Founder, Glorium Technologies
The convergence of over 5,300 exhibitors from nearly 70 countries provided a unique panorama of the latest advancements in medical technology. The discussions with experts and startup owners, as well as the product pitches and award ceremonies, were informative and indicative of the evolving trends in healthcare technology.
Account Executive, Glorium Technologies
Networking and Collaborations
Glorium Technologies engaged in meaningful discussions with various startups about the future of healthcare.
Accuhealth Technologies LCC has established the first Healthcare Operations Center specifically designed for this purpose. This groundbreaking initiative bridges the gap between clinical care and home-based patient monitoring, significantly enhancing the capabilities of primary physicians. Our conversation with Accuhealth Technologies LLC at MEDICA 2023 was a highlight for Glorium Technologies.
We discussed potential collaborations and shared insights on advancing healthcare technology, particularly remote patient monitoring. This interaction opens up exciting possibilities for future partnerships, where our combined expertise can lead to even more innovative solutions in healthcare technology.
During MEDICA 2023, representatives from Glorium Technologies had an enlightening conversation with airCode UG, a company based in Hamm, Germany. airCode UG specializes in developing, producing, and distributing thin and thick film electronics applications, particularly for signal processing systems. Their expertise also extends to supporting and advising customer companies in these areas.
The conversation with AI Medical AG was a testament to the transformative power of technology in healthcare. This startup is at the forefront of transforming neuroradiological assessments through its groundbreaking intelligent automation software, “Jazz.” This software is meticulously designed to cater to clinical needs, primarily focusing on enhancing the accuracy and efficiency of neuroradiology diagnostics globally.
Glorium Technologies is excited about the possibilities that such partnerships and technologies hold for the future of healthcare. The insights gained at MEDICA will undoubtedly play a crucial role in guiding Glorium Technologies’ future strategies and innovations in the healthcare sector.