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2019/07/09 Lossless Video over-IP Solution at the Erasmus University Hospital Rotterdam, The Netherlands
The intelligent OR delivers a complete hospital streaming solution together with our medical grade panel PCs, medical displays with integrated NDcoder, mobile solutions and our lossless FHD zero-latency video streaming with mouse- and touch-thru.
2019/03/10 Lossless Video over-IP Solution at the Erasmus University Hospital Rotterdam, The Netherlands
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2018/10/04 Ceiba Adopts Advantech’s AMiS Medical Cart to Improve Telemedicine Efficacy
Ceiba, a startup company located in Turkey, has been providing ICU telemedicine management solutions for hospitals since 2016. Today, Ceiba has become the leading supplier of healthcare IT in Turkey and the surrounding regions...
2018/08/23 Advantech Collaborates with NRCERM to Develop Medical Workstation Solution that Streamlines Operating Room Workflows
One of the most important functionalities is networking all operating room equipment to increase the efficiency and care provided by surgeons and operating room (OR) personnel.
2018/05/29 Phoenix Technology Group Partners with Advantech for Support in the Development of a Revolutionary Retinal Imaging Platform
Established in 2007 by Bert Massie, inventor of the first wide-angle, hand-held digital camera for pediatric retinal imaging, Phoenix Technology Group is an imaging solutions provider based in California. As a pioneer of the retinal imaging technology market, with two established product lines targe...
2017/06/27 Austco Adopts Advantech’s HIT-W121 for IP Nurse Call Solution
Hospital beds in acute-care settings are typically equipped with nurse call buttons, pull cords, or intercoms at the head of the bed to allow patients or bedside caregivers to alert nurses or other remote care staff members of their need for assistance. However, occasionally, due to human negligence...
2017/06/27 Advantech’s All-in-One Infotainment Terminal Adopted by Response Care to Provide a Multifunctional Solution for Senior Healthcare
In recent years, as members of the baby boomer generation, defined as people born between 1946 and 1964, begin to reach retirement age in large numbers, countries worldwide are facing unprecedented challenges related to a rapidly aging population. According to a report published by Forbes, in the U....
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