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The wait is over – start of MEDICA 2023!

Dear Sir or Madam,

MEDICA 2023 has finally begun! Until November 16, visitors and exhibitors from all over the world can experience a wide range of medical solutions, innovations and presentations. From medical imaging, mobile health and health IT to therapy and laboratory technology – the selection of topics from the medical industry could hardly be greater.

An overview of the program can be found on this page. Current highlights can be found on our live page.

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Welcome to MEDICA 2023!

Matthias Groß
Editorial team MEDICA-tradefair.com

Table of Contents

12th MEDICA Start-up COMPETITION
Tech Talk: Smart Textiles
MEDICA Networking – Matchmaking
Highlight tour in the MEDICA START-UP PARK
Highlight tour with Director Christian Grosser
Video: Wireless revolution in neonatal monitoring
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Image: Banner with the text: MEDICA 2023; Copyright: Messe Düsseldorf

Current program highlights

12th MEDICA Start-up COMPETITION pitch and award ceremony

Panel discussion: Why do healthcare startups fail or succeed?

Bild: Logo of the MEDICA Start-up COMPETITION

The success or failure of start-ups depends on many factors. Dr. Caroline Fichtner, from High-Tech Gründerfonds, Dr. Andreas Keibel, from KUKA Deutschland GmbH, Prof. Dr. Paul Lukowicz, from RPTU University Kaiserslautern and Prof. Dr. Robert Riener from ETH Zurich talk about what these factors are and how they can be influenced.

When? 14 Nov 23, CET 16.10 - 16.40

Where? Hall 12/E37

Language? English

To the panel discussion: "Why do healthcare startups fail or succeed?"
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Tech Talk: Smart Textiles

Image: A. Aldo Faisal, man with dark hair against a green background

Textiles can do so much more than just keep you warm. Computer and AI technology have long since found their way into clothing. Prof. Dr. Aldo Faisal, Professor of AI & Neuroscience jointly at the Dept. of Bioengineering and the Dept. of Computing at Imperial College London, explains the opportunities that arise from this development.

When? 14 Nov 23, CET 14.00 - 15.00

Where? Hall 12/F05

Language? English

To the lecture "Tech Talk: Smart Textiles"
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MEDICA Networking – Matchmaking

Image: Banner for MEDICA Matchmaking; Copyright: Messe Düsseldorf

MEDICA's matchmaking offers:

• Intelligent algorithm makes contact suggestions based on your interests and product focus
• Interact via chat and virtual meeting rooms
• Efficient trade fair participation via meeting scheduling and networking even before the trade fair starts

Start Matchmaking now
More information about the MEDICA Networking – Matchmaking
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eHealth, mHealth, AI, and much more – Highlight tour in the MEDICA START-UP PARK

A man with a microphone walks through an exhibition hall with start-up stands at MEDICA 2023; copyright: beta-web | Messe Düsseldorf
Every year, the MEDICA START-UP PARK attracts a lot of visitors. Young, up-and-coming companies present their products here – often for the first time ever. This stand has already been the starting point for the success stories of some companies that are now internationally active. At MEDICA 2023, we are once again taking the opportunity to talk to promising start-ups.
To the highlight tour through the MEDICA START-UP PARK
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Breath the spirit of MEDICA 2023 – Highlight tour with Director Christian Grosser

Image: Preview image to video "Highlight tour with Christian Grosser"
Topics like artificial Intelligence, automation and robotics, and sustainability are shaking the medical industry – and both MEDICA and COMPAMED reflect that. We are walking through the trade show halls of MEDICA with Christian Grosser, Director Health & Medical Technologies at Messe Düsseldorf, to talk about this: What are his impressions of this year’s MEDICA and COMPAMED? What are his highlight topics? And what can visitors discover in the forums and conferences?
To the highlight tour with Director Christian Grosser
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Wireless revolution in neonatal monitoring – Bambi Medical

Image: Preview image to video "Interview with Bambi Belt"
Bambi Medical introduces the Bambi Belt, a wearable device designed for newborns that transforms vital sign monitoring in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). By eliminating wires, it significantly improves comfort for these vulnerable patients. As this is Bambi Medical’s debut at MEDICA, we seized the opportunity to learn more about the Bambi Belt’s numerous advantages for babies, parents, and healthcare professionals.
Watch the exhibitor interview here
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The event partners of MEDICA 2023

Golden Exhibitor

Silver Exhibitor

MED TECH & DEVICES, Company News

ABHI UK Pavilion to Showcase Cutting-Edge HeathTech Innovations at MEDICA 2023

ABHI Association of British HealthTech Industries Ltd.

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The Association of British HealthTech Industries (ABHI) – the UK's leading industry association for health technology – has unveiled its programme at MEDICA 2023, the world’s largest medical...
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