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Digitalisation

The digitalisation of healthcare and industrial manufacturing offers plenty of new opportunities - for patients as well as for traditional and new providers on the market. 

The digitalisation of healthcare and industrial manufacturing offers plenty of new opportunities - for patients as well as for traditional and new players on the market. Whether "digital health application" as a new playing field for start-ups or the comprehensive data analysis in the approaches of systems medicine - data, its availability and new AI processes have long been revolutionising medical technology. However, digitalisation also takes the production of medical technology to a new level: for example, new medical technology devices are planned using digital twins, and even prostheses can be highly optimised in individual production using these digital twins.

Medical technology offers many opportunities for innovators. While the big players have already relied on digital processes and data evaluation at an early stage, it is now the turn of SMEs - which shape the industry in Europe. At the same time, founders are completely rethinking many health services and creating digital offerings that optimise or even replace classic therapies.
 

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Production of the future

Hardly any medical technology product is manufactured in very large quantities today. New processes must therefore be able to realise high efficiency in production and high customisability at the same time.

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Regulation

Whether European Medical Device Regulation (MDR) or other international regulations. For the medical technology industry, it is important to keep an eye on the latest developments in regulations.

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Transformation

Due to its growth potential, the medical technology market is attractive for many manufacturing companies that are still active in other industries today.