Tue, Jan 18



Healthtronic EU-US Bridge - Virtual Economic Mission

A virtual event where ten innovative European early-stage startups will present their health technologies (1/18), and be available for virtual one-to-one meetings (1/19).

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Healthtronic EU-US Bridge - Virtual Economic Mission

Time & Location

Jan 18, 11:00 AM – Jan 19, 12:30 PM


About the event

Below are short descriptions of the companies presenting and a link to their websites:

Aranet – Riga,Latvia. Aranet offers industrial IoT environmental monitoring solutions for a multitude of settings, making it easy to collect and analyze real-time data. Their Aranet4 air-quality-sensor estimates CO2 levels, atmospheric pressure, temperature, and relative humidity and allows for maintenance of healthy, breathable air. (https://aranet.com/)

ConnCons – Radebeul Germany. The company catalyzes the infusion fluid consumable industry, by introducing smart connectors as a platform technology. Their connected infusion systems provide safer outcomes for patients, simplify work for medical professionals and decrease operational costs for hospitals. (no website available)

DDS Diagnostic – Bucharest, Romania. Specializes in micro- and nano- technologies, electrochemistry and biosensors, especially selective biochips with portable analyzers for assessment of disease like insulin-resistant metabolic syndrome, T-Lymphocyte count and early diagnosis of acute myocardial infraction. (www.ddsdiagnostic.com)

LightSpace 3D - Marupe, Latvia. The first multi-focal VR/AR eyewear headsets that use multiple screens for eye accommodation that comes as close to natural viewing as possible. Named by the company “Optical Reality”, the AR/VR headset can overlay photorealistic, real-time patient data, enhancing the viewer’s ability to diagnose, treat, and perform high-precision surgery. (https://lightspace3d.com/ )

Materprincs – Navarra, Spain. The company is focused on designing and manufacturing inks for printed electronics, including inks for sensors. These inks can be used for printed electronics: sensors, displays and biomedical applications. Mateprincs inks can be tailored to meet a particular specification. (https://mateprincs.com/)

MedMetric AI–Olsztyn, Poland. The company has developed the Syntax score, and AI-enabled angiographic grading tool to determine the complexity of coronary artery disease. By using the unique capability of automatic visual interpretation of the artery tree, the software performs an automatic tracking of critical artery regions, enabling simultaneous observation of chosen regions from all of the views acquired during the examination. This introduces unprecedented improvement of visual assessment of artery tree lesions. (www.medmetric.ai)

Nadetech Innovations – Navarra, Spain. NovaSpider, Nadetech’s 3D Multifunction Bioprinter revolutionizes novel biologics like neo-cartilage formation, dual-scale anisotropic scaffolds and electroconductive cardiac patches. (https://nadetech.com/)

OrelTech – Berlin, Germany. OrelTech produces nanoparticle-free conductive inks that are metallized by a plasma process and can be processed by inkjet, aerosol spray and other printing methods. The inks are used in medical components like electrodes and sensors. (https://oreltech.com/ ).

P-Systems – Gdansk, Poland. P-Systems develop dedicated and often “tailor-made”, IT solutions. Medical 4.0 is a Medical Data Management System for Hospitals that provides an easy way to introduce, create, and design an electronic case report form (eCRF), with intelligent data entry. It simplifies effective management of all stages of a clinical trial. (https://www.pwrs.pl/?lang=en

SmartNanotubes Technologies GmBH – Freital, Germany. The company produces a smell detector chip (Smell iX16) that is affordable and compact. It’s 100x more sensitive and lighter than traditional smell detectors, uses less energy and is easily integrated. (www.smell-inspector.com)

Zaya – Bucharest, Romania. Zaya has cutting-edge proprietary clinical grade software, tailored to pathology. It achieves results on par with experts with an accuracy beyond current standards. One of their products is a plug-and-play AI solution to detect the bacillus Mycobacterium tuberculosis in whole slide tissue images of tissue. (https://www.zaya.ai/ )

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