ABLY Medical has developed a smart bed.
The key technologies:
Movement system • Longitudinal bed springs creating high fidelity movement and shapes
Non-Intrusive Measurement • Heart, respiration, weight, temperature, movement, position, bed exit
Machine Learning • Learning patterns in patient well-being and health to support medical staff
The bed’s ADDED VALUE
- Nurse Burden
Reducing physical burden by movement, and improve cognitive burden by analysis
Early warning for patient bed exit, mobilization of patient capacity
Monitoring immobility and lack of variation for bed-ridden patients.
European Project Manager
+47 92 43 15 88
ASAP Norway is a privately-owned Norwegian manufacturer of the next generation of absorbent bed covers and blankets. The company has developed a super thin, strong and extremely absorbent fabric that can be used for a range of different purposes in the health sectors. The fabric is only 0.7 mm thin, have extremely high tensile strenght and absorbs up to 10,000 ml per m2. ASAP Norway has a a modern, and highly automated high capacity production facility in Norway (close to the capital Oslo) and sales is handled by a global network of resellers and distributors.
+47 9268 0295
Chromaviso was founded in 2006 by Anders Kryger and Claus Puggaard and today have 1900 solutions on more than 100 hospitals and Elderly care facilities with an overall user satisfaction on 92%. Moreover, we are 20 employees located in Scandinavia and we have our HQ in Aarhus.
We are experts in health-promoting lighting solutions and we have an ambition to lift the standard for lighting in the health sector. By creating optimal and health-promoting light, we are at the forefront of the market and are making a major difference to patients and staff. Additionally, we are also working closely with leading scientist in the field.
Anders Kryger Nielsen
+45 40 80 42 75
“No touch disinfection – The next generation disinfection robots for automated disinfection”
Bjørn Platou was struck by a hospital infection in 2009. After this incident, he looked for automated means to limit microbes within hospital environments.
Decon-X has developed an automated disinfection method that safely and effectively removes bacteria, viruses and spores from all surfaces and equipment. The method is using state of the art technology to verify and control the process.
The company is today present in Scandinavia, Spain and Germany.
+47 9222 7163
Liga delivers software that helps companies and government agencies move into the digital era with our SmartSignatur solution.
Our standardized solution takes care of digital security and identity management. We offer advantages to your employees and your business, increasing your security, automate processes and enabling compliance through the integration of digital identities.
Automating the lifecycle of secure digital identities is at the core of our solution being used throughout the healthcare sector in Denmark.
International Sales Director
LS CancerDiag is dedicated to saving millions of lives and billions in healthcare costs by preventing cancer and enabling personalized care through an early and reliable detection of Lynch syndrome, the biggest single cause of hereditary cancers, including colorectal and endometrial cancer. The company has developed DiagMMR®, a world-first screening service that detects whether a person has an inherited mismatch repair (MMR) deficiency, the characteristic biomarker of Lynch Syndrome, even before a tumour develops, based on a small skin biopsy and providing conclusive results with exceptional accuracy.
Chief Business Officer
+358 40 6278555
Olfactomics is a Finnish start-up company that develops a gas-sensor based technologies for medical and industrial applications.
Olfactomics Resect is an add-on for electrosurgical instruments that enables the surgeon to detect and remove cancerous tissue that would otherwise be left to the operation area. The device is based on analysis of molecules that evaporate from healthy and cancerous cells with a gas sensor. The main indication of the device is breast cancer surgery. The device is under development and the expected market entry in Germany takes place during 2021.
+358 4084 10698
Founded in 1935 and headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark, Radiometer was a pioneer in blood gas testing, introducing the world’s first commercially available blood gas analyzer in 1954.
Radiometer develops, manufactures and markets solutions for blood sampling, blood gas analysis, transcutaneous monitoring, immunoassay testing and related IT management systems.
With more than 3,400 employees worldwide and direct representation in 32 countries, we help healthcare professionals get fast and accurate information on the most critical parameters in acute care testing, including oxygen, lactate and troponin.
This is the foundation for making immediate and well-informed decisions on the treatment of critically ill patients in clinical settings such as emergency care, intensive care, anesthesiology, cardiac surgery, neonatal care and wound care.
Transformative Marketing Coordinator
Spark Ergonomics is a mid-sized company based in Lapua, Finland. We develop, manufacture and market medical workstations and equipment carts for more than 20 years. Our workstations for stationary and mobile purposes are used in different areas of the health care system in several countries.
The improvement of the safety and comfort for patients and professionals, as well as to make workflows more efficient are our main goals. Therefore, we develop products that are ergonomic, adaptable, safe and durable.
Our medical carts have a modular structure and can be supplemented with a wide range of accessories. This opens a broad variety of options for individual adjustments.
Business Development Manager
+358 50 4420 057
Thula is a software development and consultancy firm, founded in 2011. We are based in Akureyri Iceland. The founders, which are all working for the company, have over 20 years of experience in developing medical software solutions and our primary focus is on mission critical solutions supporting medication management, drug logistics and electronic exchange of healthcare information.
Our vision is to help our customers to increase efficiency and cut costs while providing improved healthcare services. We are doing this by developing innovative software solutions based on our expertise and experience.
Garðar Már Birgisson
Head of Business Development
+354 865 9000
Triagonal Information Design
Triagonal is a multidisciplinary design consultancy specialised in wayfinding and information design, primarily within the areas of healthcare, transportation and public space.
Our mission is to empower people in finding their own ways through complex environments by facilitating comprehension, ease-of-perception, legibility and transparency of the physical space and of navigational devices.
Triagonal engineers efficient, user centred and evidence based wayfinding solutions. At the same time our coherent navigation strategies are defined by an understanding of and respect for all stakeholders, as well as the architecture and functionality of each environment.
+45 2043 3680
Deputy Managing Director
The Bavarian Hospital Federation (Bayerische Krankenhausgesellschaft) is an umbrella organization for hospital owners and their associations in Bavaria. It bundles and advocates the interests of around 230 owners representing close to 370 hospitals and around 75.000 beds.
The Bavarian hospitals treat more than 2.9 Mio. patients annually. Furthermore, they act as a key player in the German economy with their high demand for innovation and employment. For around 170.000 people they provide a qualified place of work and offer ca. 15.000 training positions. The Bavarian Hospital Federation – together with its partners – aims at maintaining and improving the efficiency of the hospitals and to develop the care further.
Area Manager Inpatient Care
AOK Bayern – Die Gesundheitskasse
AOK Bayern is the largest statutory health insurance in Bavaria. The annual expenditure on benefits reaches close to 16 billion euros. Out of these, more than 5 billion euros goes to inpatient care at the hospitals and rehabilitation facilities.
Before he worked with inpatient care, Ekkehard Ellmann spent the first 15 years of his career as an in-house consultant at the AOK Bayern. Beside his work with AOK, he acts as a lecturer in social law at the Technical University of Rosenheim
In 2017, he travelled to Denmark on a field trip along with representatives from health insurance companies, hospitals, from the ministry of health as well as members of the federal Advisory Council on the Assessment of Developments in the Health Care System. The goal of the trip was to learn about the Super-Hospital-Program, which was prominent at that time.
Director Procurement & Supply Chain Management International
Sana Einkauf & Logistik GmbH
Jennifer Kleinhans is based in Munich and Zurich and leads the international group purchasing and consulting activities of Sana Produrement & Supply Chain Management. Previously, she was head of procurement at LMU University Hospital in Munich and the managing director of the hospital’s services subsidiary. She has also served as the managing director of a services subsidiary for a large private hospital operator. She is a biomedical engineer and holds an MHBA.
Senior Advisor Hospital and Innovation
BKK Dachverand e.V.
Matthias Kretzler studied economics in Hamburg and Aarhus as well as Health and Medical Management in Nürnberg. He was senior advisor in health policy with a major health fund in Dresden before he joined the Royal Danish Embassy in Berlin, where he got insight into the Danish “super hospital reform”. Today, at BKK Dachverband, he is managing several projects in the field of hospital innovations.