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The 9th Innovation Forum Medical Technology
on the October 19th 2017

Welcome to the Innovation Forum Medical technology

MedicalMountains AG, TechnologyMountains and the IHK Schwarzwald-Baar-Heuberg will hold their 9th Innovation Forum on Medical Technology on the October 19th, 2017.

The TechnologyMountains Innovation Forum for Medical Technology is a platform for the presentation of innovative ideas, concepts, technologies, prototypes, products and production techniques in medical technology. The forum is aimed at experts and stakeholders from industry and science: CEOs, managers, (development) engineers, scientists and investors.

At the Conference Hall Tuttlingen, decision-makers from the medical technology sector as well as national and international scientists from well-known research institutes from this area are expected on this day.

Premium exhibitors

       

Media partners

    

What is it about? What are the topics of the forum?

What is it about?

  • Presentation of new ideas, projects and research results with a high degree of application
  • Combining business and science
  • Over 30 highlights from medical technology
  • About 300 decision-makers
  • Network management and organized one-to-one meetings
  • Forum accompanying exhibition
  • Professional exchange around medical technology
  • Poster exhibition with further innovation topics

The topics:

Current topics from these focus areas, among others, are

  • Additive manufacturing technologies
  • Digitization
  • Miniaturization
  • Innovative business models

Participation in the Innovation Forum includes all exhibitions, the participation in the B2B discussions, the entire conference catering, the conference documents, the dinner and a parking ticket for the car park.

Participation fee: 440, – EUR

Early bird discount: 10% discount from the participation fee until September 15th 2017

TechnologyMountains members: 10% discount + a free ticket

Students and doctoral students: 50 ,- EUR (gross)

Through our B2B-Platform, each participant has the possibility to present themselves already before the event and organize up to ten 15-minutes meetings with potential national and international cooperation and business partners for the day of the innovation forum. This is more effective way to connect personally than the typical “small-talk” during the breaks.

Learn more about the One2One-Meetings

Our team is available to answer all your questions. We are looking forward to your contact.
                                         

Britta Norwat                                                       Marcel Trogisch
+49 (0) 7461 9697-214                                          +49 (0) 7721 922-170
norwat@medicalmountains.de                             trogisch@technologymountains.de

TechnologyMountains e.V.
Romäusring 4
78050 Villingen-Schwenningen

Industrie- und Handelskammer Schwarzwald-Baar-Heuberg
Romäusring 4
78050 Villingen-Schwenningen

MedicalMountains AG
Schützenstraße 14
78532 Tuttlingen

Date
October 19th, 2017

Time
10:00 – 17:30 o’clock (Registration at 9:00 o’clock)

Venue
Conference Hall (Stadthalle) Tuttlingen, Königstraße 39, 78532 Tuttlingen

Participation fee
440,- EUR

How much does it cost? What is included in the price and is there discounts?

Participation in the Innovation Forum includes all exhibitions, the participation in the B2B discussions, the entire conference catering, the conference documents, the dinner and a parking ticket for the car park.

Participation fee: 440, – EUR

Early bird discount: 10% discount from the participation fee until September 15th 2017

TechnologyMountains members: 10% discount + a free ticket

Students and doctoral students: 50 ,- EUR (gross)

Registration may take place until the 16th of October 2017. You also have the possibility to visit the event without registration.

An Early Bird will receive a 10% discount on the participation fee if registration is done before the 15th of September 2017.

Through our B2B-Platform, each participant has the possibility to present themselves already before the event and organize up to ten 15-minutes meetings with potential national and international cooperation and business partners for the day of the innovation forum. This is more effective way to connect personally than the typical “small-talk” during the breaks.

Learn more about the One2One-Meetings

Our team is available to answer all your questions. We are looking forward to your contact.

                                         

Britta Norwat                                                       Marcel Trogisch
+49 (0) 7461 9697-214                                          +49 (0) 7721 922-170
norwat@medicalmountains.de                             trogisch@technologymountains.de

Exhibitors 2017

 

Exhibitors at the iNNOVATION fORUM Medical Technology 2017 are

Firma / Institut

Hall Stand

ADELHELM Kunststoffbeschichtungen GmbH

Kleiner Saal

A.M.I. GmbH

Kleiner Saal

BRIEM Steuerungstechnik GmbH

Donauterrassenfoyer

CAQ AG Factory Systems

Eingangsfoyer

C.HAFNER GmbH + Co. KG

Donauterrassenfoyer

Chemie-Technik GmbH

Kleiner Saal

CleanControlling Medical GmbH & Co. KG

Kleiner Saal

comelec SA

Donauterrassenfoyer

DBK EMS GmbH & Co. KG

Eingangsfoyer

DQS Medizinprodukte GmbH

Donauterrassenfoyer

Elma Schmidbauer GmbH

Donauterrassenfoyer

Erdmann Design AG

Tagungsfoyer

ess Mikromechanik GmbH

Donauterrassenfoyer

EUROFLEX GmbH

Tagungsfoyer

fem Forschungsinstitut Edelmetalle & Metallchemie

Donauterrassenfoyer

FRIWO Gerätebau GmbH

Donauterrassenfoyer

GO! Express & Logistics Villingen-Schwenningen GmbH

Kleiner Saal

Gindele GmbH

Donauterrassenfoyer

GlencaTec AG

Tagungsfoyer

Hahn-Schickard

Donauterrassenfoyer

Hochschule Furtwangen

Kleiner Saal

Hohenstein Group

Donauterrassenfoyer

IE Industrial Engineering München GmbH

Donauterrassenfoyer

IMA Materialforschung und Anwendungstechnik GmbH

Eingangsfoyer

infoteam Software AG

Donauterrassenfoyer

Innovationsallianz Baden-Württemberg

Donauterrassenfoyer

Institute für Textil- und Faserforschung Denkendorf

Donauterrassenfoyer

Jauch Quartz GmbH

Kleiner Saal

Kunststoff-Institut Südwest GmbH & Co. KG

Eingangsfoyer

LA2 GmbH

Donauterrassenfoyer

LEONI Special Cables GmbH

Kleiner Saal

MedicalMountains AG

Eingangsfoyer

MEDIPACK AG

Donauterrassenfoyer

Metecon GmbH

Tagungsfoyer

Molex Deutschland GmbH

Eingangsfoyer

MPS Micro Precision Systems AG

Donauterrassenfoyer

Patentanwälte Westphal  Mussgnung & Partner

Donauterrassenfoyer

PHOTON ENERGY GmbH

Kleiner Saal

RAUMEDIC AG

Eingangsfoyer

Ritzi Industriedrucktechnik GmbH

Kleiner Saal

RMS Foundation

Donauterrassenfoyer

Rödl & Partner

Eingangsfoyer

Rudolf Michael GmbH

Donauterrassenfoyer

sepp.med gmbh

Kleiner Saal

SIMON Systemstechnik GmbH

Kleiner Saal

STATICE SAS

Tagungsfoyer

SynOpt GmbH

Eingangsfoyer

TechniaTranscat GmbH

Tagungsfoyer

TechnologyMountains e.V.

Eingangsfoyer

vi2parts

Kleiner Saal

The Hall plan for the event 2017 can be found here

In order to present your competencies, products and services on the spot in direct contact, you have the following options:

Prices and services

 

Exhibitors

Benefit package

Basic Plus

Benefit package

Business

Benefit package

Professional

Invest

 

1.500,-

2.400,-

3.900,-

z.B. 3m² Exhibition area
incl. one person as stand support

590,-

 

 

 

e.g. 6m² Exhibition area
incl. 2 persons as stand supporters

980,-

 

 

 

Entrance ticket to the Innovation forum

 

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3m² Exhibition area
incl. one person as stand support

 

 

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6m² Exhibition area
incl. two persons as stand support

 

 

 

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Advertisement at the event broschure*

b/w or colored

 

x**

x**

x***

Inserts in and company logo in the event broschure*

 

 

x

x

Firm logo at the Homepage*

 

x

x

x

Company logo in the event flyer*

 

 

 

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Additional entrance ticket

e.g. for customers and business partners, etc.

 

2 Pcs.

3 Pcs.

5 pcs.

*     Only bookable within the respective package.
** Max. DIN A5 upright.
*** Coverage indication max. DIN A5 across the inside of the cover.
All prices plus 19% VAT.

Price list of the advantages as PDF.

Our team is available to answer all your questions. We are looking forward to your contact.
                                         

Britta Norwat                                                       Marcel Trogisch
+49 (0) 7461 9697-214                                          +49 (0) 7721 922-170
norwat@medicalmountains.de                             trogisch@technologymountains.de

Exclusive for iNNOVATION fORUM participants on the 18th of October 2017!

Together with the international participants of our 9th Innovation Forum for Medical Technology, we would like to  warm-up with this year’s topic: “Disruptive Innovations – What new approaches does medical technology take in the clinics?”.

We would like to invite all participants of the Innovation Forum to discuss, in cooperation with our guests from the international delegations from the USA, Finland and the Netherlands, about the nine (9)  innovative topics and solutions from the entire medical technology sector. The round tables will be moderated by experts from business and science from Germany and the Netherlands.

After the round table discussions, there is a get-together for networking. Evening snack and beverages are served for your well-being.

Registration:

Participation in the iNNOVATION Warm-up is free of charge for iNNOVATION fORUM participants.
Registration may take place until the 16th of October 2017.

or by E-Mail:
Riikka Niemelä, niemelae@medicalmountains.de

We look forward to your participation!

Round Tables:

There will be three Round Table rounds, each lasting for 20 minutes. Please select for yourself three (3) of the topics below, which you would like to participate in. You will receive your personal agenda upon arrival.

6:00 pm

Welcome speech

Yvonne Glienke, CEO MedicalMountains & CEO TechnnologyMountains

John Blakendaal, CEO, Brainport Industries

6:15 pm

Round Table, round 1

Please choose a topic for yourself. See the Round Table topics below.

6:45 pm

Round Table, round 2

Please choose a topic for yourself. See the Round Table topics below.

7:15 pm

Round Table, round 3

Please choose a topic for yourself. See the Round Table topics below.

7:45 pm

Summary

8:15 pm – 9:00 pm

Get-together for networking / Evening snack

Table 1: Cleanliness as advantage in competition

Cleaning is often an underestimated, but necessary part in the production process without any creation of value. It is done at the end of the process and should remove all production residues. The question is: How clean is clean enough? To meet the regulatory specification is difficult enough, because there are no regulatory safety values for implants or chirurgical instruments. Soon we discovered that cleaning

  • is part of nearly every step of the production
  • process is a topic for material science, especially surface science
  • can improve your productivity
  • can improve your customer satisfaction
  • is a real advantage in competition

This was the start of the cooperation network CleanMed with MedicalMountains, manufacturers of medical devices manufacturers, cleaning agents, and equipment and research institutes. The network addresses different topics such as standardization, validation, construction with materials and production processes, functional surfaces, activation and cleaning of surfaces, technical cleanliness in machined and forming production processes, particles and cooling lubricant, and cleaning with alternative cleaning methods.

  • Do you agree with our statements?
  • Do we need regulatory safety limits for cleanliness?
  • Is the total amount of carbon sufficient or do we need limits for each substance because of toxicological aspects?
  • Is the topic cleanliness part of each step in your production process?

Moderator: Dr. Dagmar Martin, The Natural and Medical Sciences Institute NMI

 

Tier-one, tier-two and tier-three suppliers in the open High-Tech supply chain in The Netherlands have joined forces to create Brainport Industries. Brainport Industries designs, develops and manufactures leading, advanced, precise and intelligent high tech equipment.

OEMs competing on the international market for high-mix, low-volume, high-complexity machines have been outsourcing the manufacturing of sub-assemblies and larger non-core submodules to strategic suppliers for quite some time and are now increasingly outsourcing the design and development of the equipment they manufacture as well. What they’re doing in fact, is giving suppliers full responsibility for these modules, from design through to manufacturing.
This shift is driving suppliers to push their own boundaries in terms of feasibility and responsibility, and to extend their reach across international borders in order to tap into new, foreign markets. Let’s discuss!

Moderator: John Blankendaal, Brainport Industries

Digitization will more and more affect the medical technology sector. This round table will therefore focus on Smart Manufacturing in terms of discussing the integration of potential software tools like electronic device history records (eDHR) and manufacturing execution systems (MES) during the development and manufacturing process, respectively. Hahn-Schickard will open the discussion by explaining its strategy of its new to-built micromedical research and transfer foundry MedAssembly, and how potentially interested medical device manufacturers can benefit from it. On the other hand, the discussion will serve to share the experiences of already established systems from participating manufacturers, especially in this strongly regulated environment.

Moderators: Simon Herrlich, Hahn-Schickard Insitute & Marc Holfelder, LA2 GmbH

Nowadays technological innovations are developing more rapidly than ever. Globalization, coverage and speed of the internet, Moore’s Law, 3D printing and the trend towards low volume high complexity systems are some of the drivers that we have to deal with. The question how to deal with these things and the fast changing world? Are you already focusing on new technologies for your business or company? Are you experienced with implementing new technologies like additive manufacturing and Internet-of-Things? Have you identified threats and opportunities?

Moderator: Paul Simons, TSG Group

Innovative technical science and industrial research & development can not be successful without the proper craftsman to realize high level and precise instruments and tools to do practical research with.

We will discuss the future demands for specialized precision craftsmen. What are the necessary standards for future craftsman in the medical precision and instrument market? One of our school’s policy is that these craftsmen should be able to communicate on various levels, such as scientists, engineers and production staff members. Or do we foresee that development will see more and more automatization, such as 3D printers so that design and construction of prototypes is done by merely pushing buttons on CNC-machines etc.

The big question is, if we are not afraid of the risk for loss of knowledge and skills and what we should do in our education system. I’d like to hear opinions and share visions on this subject.

Moderator: Dirck Harms, Leidse instrumentenmakers School

In the context of more and more miniaturized medical instruments or active implants (e.g. the Retina Chip), a need for new technologies addressing the challenge of miniaturization arises in many fields.

  • How can we electrically insulate small metal parts without using thick materials which disturb optical performance (e.g. HF-electrodes in small endoscopes)?
  • What are the next encapsulation-strategies for implantable flexible electronic circuits beyond pace-maker-housings?
  • What are other challenges caused by more sophisticated and miniaturized instruments?

After a short presentation about next generation medical instruments and implants as well as some current approaches for solving the problems, we will discuss the needs of your products and possible options.

If necessary, research proposals for funded projects can be discussed.

Moderator: Prof. Dr. Volker Bucher, Hochschule Furtwangen HFU

In the context of innovation, the following questions arise among many companies:

  • How do we find new technologies to our products?
  • With what offerings can we broaden the range of our services?
  • Who is the right R&D-Partner, for example, for digitalizing our products and services?

We will discuss which approaches and methods as an answer to these questions are suitable and tested, what results are to be achieved, and what organizational measures are necessary to implement them.

A short presentation of the opportunities and risks of digitalization as well as big data applications in the search for technologies is the starting point of our discussion.

Moderator: Univ. Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Joachim Warschat, Fraunhofer Institut für Arbeitswirtschaft und Organisation, IAO

New innovations arise through cooperation. This requires both public and private partners in order to facilitate cooperation and accelerate innovation.

In the field of medical devices the Netherlands and Germany have set up structural cooperation leading to new research and innovative products. The Netherlands as an incubator and test field for new innovations. Germany as an economic powerhouse and large producer of medical devices. Two countries with a different innovation approach. However, through their differences mutually beneficial in driving innovation.

Using examples from the Dutch-German cooperation this round table session will discuss what works and what challenges there are in setting up and executing international innovation cooperation.

Moderator: Lars Kramer, MSc., Officer for Innovation, Science & Technology, Consulate General of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Munich.

How would you estimate the trend of personalization requirements in your company such as customer-specific solutions, variants, and standards? How does your innovation system / process also work for other industries?

Companies prepared to stay “fit-for-future”  deal with cross-sectoral challenges in order to bring new personalized products and services in medtech markets. The success factors for innovation will be transferred to the medtech companies by creating networks in the fields of microsystems, life sciences, new materials, and mechatronics.

The starting point for the discussion is: How to develop a cross-sectoral strategy for medtech companies and personalized innovations in order to systematically reach new markets (B2C, B2U) outside the regulated medtech market?

For example, best-practice methods enable medtech companies to adopt their innovation process to personalized products and solutions outside the medtech market. The successful best-practice examples of the participating companies happen as part of the different involved networks.

This will enable the medtech companies to create a higher growth with good profit by using the potential of the business-to-user (B2U) strategy. Key elements are the enlargement of the innovation system by a human centered design approach in combination with an agile innovation process approach using the possibilites of digitalization and corresponding new business innovation models.

Moderator: Günther Würtz, Steinbeis Innovationszentrum Innovation Engineering

 

The most important information at one glance

Date
October 19th, 2017

Time
10:00 – 17:30 o’clock (Registration at 9:00 o’clock)

Venue
Conference Hall Tuttlingen, Königstraße 39, 78532 Tuttlingen

Participation fee
440,- EUR

Program for the 19th of October 2017

To download the broschure, please click here.

Disruptive Innovations – What new approaches does medical technology take in the clinics?

Start at 9:00 am Registration

Opening Talk with:

Thomas Albiez, General ManagerIHK Schwarzwald-Baar-Heuberg

Landrat Stefan Bär, Chief of Administrative DistrictTuttlingen

Dr. Harald Stallforth, Chairman TechnologyMountains e.V.

Prof. Dr. Roland Zengerle, Institute Director Hahn-Schickard-Gesellschaft für angewandte Forschung e.V.

Moderation: Yvonne Glienke, CEO TechnologyMountains e.V. and CEO MedicalMountains AG

From the pioneering surgical development to the evidence-based practice
Prof. Dr. Axel Haverich,
Direktor der Klinik für Herz-, Thorax-, Transplantations- und Gefäßchirurgie an der Medizinische Hochschule Hannover

Innovative medical technology – Visible or „behind the scene” for the patients?!
Dr. med. Klaus R. Steinmeyer-Bauer,
Prokurist – Mitglied der Geschäftsleitung der VAMED Management und Service GmbH Deutschland

12:00 noon Lunch / Discussions with experts / Exhibition / B2B Talks

3D print Technology! Only for prototypes?
Andreas Johannes Josef Braun, delbramed e.K.

Additive manufacturing of tricalciumphosphate implants
Dr. Daniel Bomze, Lithoz GmbH

3D printing in medicine – From patient matched implants to serial production and the challenges
Stephan Zeidler, Concept Laser GmbH

Planning, Manufacturing and Surgical Implantation of an Individual 3D-Printed Titanium Cage for Cervical Fusion
Prof. Dr. med. Dr. h.c. Uwe Spetzger, Städt. Klinikum Karlsruhe, Klinik für Neurochirurgie

Direct Metal Printing in the implant industry

Alberto Cajiao, 3D Systems

Bionic instruments – new characteristics of the 3D-printed Finray-tweezer
Dr. Oliver Schwarz, Fraunhofer IPA

Novel, biofunctionalized nonwoven membrane for degradable medical products
Dr. Hanna Hartmann, NMI

High Speed Parylene-Abscheidung
Dr. Ulrich Christ, Fraunhofer IPA

Bioactive coatings for medical devices
Dr. Timo Hammer, Hohenstein Group

Multilayer hermetic packaging solution for AIMD

Dr. Florian Bourgeois, Comelec SA

2:10 pm Break / Discussions with Experts / Exhibition / B2B Talk

How much 3D printing does the biomedicine even need?  New challenges and solutions for the biomedicine technology through 3D printing             
Dr. Martin Klare, pro3dure medical

Novel application for cardiovascular patient-derived blood cell diagnotics – a valluable challenge for additive manufacturing
Paul Simons, TSG InnoteQ B.V. (TSG Group)

Fiber-reinforced 3D-printed components – new perspectives within additive manufacturing
Rainer Brehm, vi2parts

Printed medicine
Dr. Stefan Ernst, Franz Binder GmbH & Co.KG

Industry 4.0: Tackling product liability issues by integrating R&D and production data processes into information technology
Dr. Toni Ehrig, WIAM GmbH

Digital Regulatories: high potential for shortening time to market
Hansjörg Riedwyl, ISS AG, Integrated Scientific Services

 

Quality Management Software
Carsten Strebel; CAQ AG Factory Systems

Successful company-wide computer system validation (CSV). Best practices how to minimize software validation effort       
Marc Holfelder, LA2 GmbH

Julian Dannoritzer, DANNORITZER Medizintechnik GmbH & Co. KG

Rainer Staneker, Chiron-Werke GmbH & Co. KG

4:00 pm Coffee break / Discussions with Experts / Exhibition / B2B Talk

Strategic planning of digitization and its implementation in the company
Prof. Dr. Mike Fornefett, Hochschule Furtwangen

New navigated surgery, human centered design for navigated hip and knee surgery
Raimund Erdmann, Erdmann Design AG

Speech recognition for medical technics
Daniel Wegen, DW Embedded

Multifunctional next to skin sensor-actuator-system to support visually impaired people
Thomas Fritz, Hahn Schickard Gesellschaft für angewandte Forschung e.V.

MEMS-sensor module for respiratory applications

Dr. Sophie Billat, Hahn Schickard Gesellschaft für angewandte Forschung e.V.

Safety features for medical devices and instruments
Georg Lauther, ACSYS Lasertechnik GmbH

Finding the right laser parameters to mark a lasting secure UDI code
Christian Söhner, FOBA Laser Marking + Engraving

Basic investigations on the use of diode pumped Erbium lasers in medicine
Dr. Karl Stock, Institut für Lasertechnologien Ulm

5:45 pm Hors d’ouvres / Networking

We look forward to your registration

You can register directly online, by e-mail or by FAX.


Visitor Entrance Ticket

Entrance to all presentations and keynotes

440,00

Student/apprentice entrance ticket

Please be prepared to prove your eligibility for the ticket (student ID/Certificate)

42,00

Participation to iNNOVATION Warm-Up!

18th of October 2017, 6:00 pm-9:00 pm, Entrance Foyer, Conference Hall (Stadthalle) Tuttlingen

0,00

Benefit Package Basic Plus

3 Entrance tickets, advertisement in the event broschure (DIN A5), Firm logo at the homepage

1.500,00

Participation to Get-together evening

From 6:00 pm

0,00

Benefit Package Business (sold out)

4 Entrance tickets, Exhibition area 3 m², Advertisement in the event broschure (DIN A5), Presentation materials, Firm logo on the cover page of the event broschure, Firm logo at the Homepage

2.400,00

Benefit package Professional (Sold out)

7 Entrance tickets, Exhibition area 6 m², advertisement on the cover page of the event broschure (DIN A5 horizontal), Presentation materials, Firm logo on the cover page of the event broschure, Firm logo at the Homepage

3.900,00

3 m² Exhibition area (sold out)

incl. one Person as stand support

590,00

6 m² Exhibition area (sold out)

incl. one person as stand support + 1 free ticket

980,00

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E-Mail
norwat@medicalmountains.de

Fax
+49 (0) 7461 / 9697 219

 

Conference Hall (Stadthalle) Tuttlingen

 

Arrival by car and parking

By car via the A81, the B14 or B311.
The conference hall (‘Stadthalle’) is located east of the city center, directly by the Danube, a few minutes’ walk from the market square. Follow the sign for ‘Stadthalle’.
A parking garage is located directly in front of the Stadthalle.

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Conference Hall (Stadthalle) Tuttlingen
Königstraße 39
78532 Tuttlingen, Germany

 

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Marcel Trogisch

Marcel Trogisch
Geschäftsstelle
Telefon: +49 (0) 7721 / 9221 70
Telefax: +49 (0) 7721 / 9229 170
trogisch@technologymountains.de

Britta Norwat

Britta Norwat
Projektleiterin
Telefon: +49 (0) 7461 / 9697 214
Telefax: +49 (0) 7461 / 9697 219
E-Mail: norwat@medicalmountains.de