On Wednesday, December 15, several national healthcare clusters have joined forces to create a conference on mixed reality. It will address issues of augmented reality and virtual reality applied to the field of health.
Attendees will be able to listen to a presentation given by Álvaro Bertelsen Simonetti of the member Vicomtech on the present and future of healthcare technologies. Then 10 companies will tell us (in about 3 minutes) about their projects, including the Basque companies Cyber Surgery and Kauka.
After a brief closing speech by the Technical Secretary General of Health of Galicia (Alberto Fuentes Losada), attendees will have almost two and a half hours for networking.
About Cyber Surgery:
The company focuses on robotic surgery. It is based in San Sebastian, in the Gipuzkoa Technology Park.
Technology centre specialising in artificial intelligence, image analysis and visualisation and interaction. It provides technology solutions specific to these technologies in healthcare and biotechnology, including systems to support clinical decision-making, self-care, epidemiology and public health, precision medicine, personalised nutrition, computer-assisted surgery and smart devices for rehabilitation and training, among others. It collaborates with professionals and companies in both the public and private sectors (health services, hospitals, health informatics, medical devices, pharma / biotech, social services, food, etc.).