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HUS will present AICCELERATE at the first DIH-Hero conference

17 - May

Join us on the next 19th of May 2021 at DIH-HERO Conference, where Ms Tuuli Pajunen from HUS (the project’s coordinator) will be presenting the AICCELERATE project. The presentation will be delivered during the “H2020 healthcare robotics projects session” from 16.00 CEST.

By sharing the knowledge of experts DIH-HERO will give an insight view on key topics in healthcare robotics. In different sessions over two days, participants will present and discuss the aspects of standards and regulations, state of the art technologies, providers and users, funding and success stories. There will be interesting presentations of key players in medical robotics and medical care and also a platform for matchmaking and discussions.

Register for free here: https://dih-hero.eu/dih-hero-knowledge-conference/ 

DIH-HERO is a pan-European network of Digital Innovation Hubs specialising in Healthcare Robotics. The network focuses on developing services that join business and healthcare stakeholders in developing innovative products and services for the healthcare market. DIH-HERO develops channels between healthcare and technology providers that reduce barriers to adoption and which develop strong mutual understanding between robotics technology innovators and healthcare professionals. DIH-HERO operates throughout the healthcare “pathway”​ that connects Prevention, Diagnosis, Treatment and Care as well as covering all aspects of hospital logistics and clinical services. It also focuses on home and care-based robotics addressing healthy ageing and elderly care.

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