electronica Medical Electronics Conference (eMEC)


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Event details
Date: November 14, 2019
Conference language: English
Venue: ICM—Internationales Congress Center München


The second eMEC

This year's and second eMEC (electronica Medical Electronics Conference) will take place during productronica 2019 on November 14, 2019 at the ICM - International Congress Center Munich. The Medical Electronics Conference will see well-known representatives from research and industry discussing current issues and challenges, as well as subjects for the future. Since 2018 there is a separate conference dedicated to the highlight topic of medical electronics.

The lecture program ranges from electronic components and assemblies to systems and devices to doctors and patients.In addition to lectures, innovative discussion formats above all bring both sides together – at eye level and in the same language.

Medicine without electronics? Hard to imagine!

The health system is also changing and increasing digitalisation is already leaving its mark. The vision “Medicine 4.0”—from electronic patient records (ePA) to intelligent neuroprostheses—will not become reality without sensors, mobile devices and secure software solutions. All this is the task of electronics, but in the end patients and medical staff decide what will prevail. Communication is the miracle cure that prevents expensive devices from becoming dusty without being used.

Prices and Registration of the electronica Medical Electronics Conference

Tickets
Full price EUR 790.00
Early Bird price* EUR 690.00

* Until October 14, 2019 (24:00 CEST)
All prices are net and exclude VAT.

Target group

The target group of the new electronica Medical Electronics Conference includes hardware and software developers, engineers, decision-makers, scientists, and doctors involved the development and use of medical electronic devices, as well as buyers in medicine and representatives of health insurance companies who want to get first-hand information about trends in medical electronics.

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