CTI Medtech Event to be combined with Swiss Medtech Day

The CTI has decided to combine its CTI Medtech Event with the Swiss Medtech Day hosted by Medical Cluster and Fasmed. The merger creates the largest and most important event for the medtech sector in Switzerland.

Delegates at Swiss Medtech Day will be able to network with others in their field and exchange and develop new ideas. They will also find out about current trends, interesting projects and new products, whether from a research, production, distribution or service perspective. There will be presentations of successful projects, podium discussions and a poster exhibition.

CTI Swiss Medtech Award
The highlight of the day will be the presentation of the CTI Swiss Medtech Award to a current CTI medtech project chosen by the public.

Registration and programme
Swiss Medtech Day will held for the first time under its new guise on 7 June 2016.

Click here to register: www.swissmedtechday.ch

Former events

‘CARLO’ robot project wins 2015 CTI Swiss Medtech Award

At the CTI Medtech Event at the Kursaal in Bern, Advanced Osteotomy Tools AOT AG won the CTI Swiss Medtech Award of CHF 15,000. This ETH spin-off’s winning project is a system by which a robot can precisely cut bones contact free with a laser.

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CTI Swiss Medtech Award 2014 - Using ultra sound instead of catheters

The company Veinpress GmbH won the CTI Swiss Medtech Award 2014 of CHF 10 000 at the CTI Medtech Event on th 2nd September in the Kursaal in Bern. The company was awarded the prize for the joint development with the ETH Zurich of a novel method for measuring central venous pressure, without having to insert a catheter. The prize of the CTI was awarded to one of the three projects, which were nominated for the first time through live voting by the experts present.

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CTI Swiss Medtech Award 2013 - Targeting and destroying metastases

The CTI announced the winner of the CTI Swiss Medtech Award 2013 and presented the prize of 10 000 francs at the Kursaal in Bern today. The winners – chosen from among three nominated projects by the experts present – are the firm CAScination and the ARTORG Center for Biomedical Engineering at the University of Bern, who jointly developed a navigation system for liver operations that allows surgeons to target and destroy metastases.

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