Read all about it! The latest news from the medical technology experts

IOPvet gets the 'thumbs up' around the world

Ingeneus launches IOPvet device

Further patents issued in key regions for the eyePressure device

Revolutionising high eyePressure detection around Australia - and even in the Antarctic

Patents issued in key regions for the eyeTelehealth Platform

Patent issued for Ingeneus' eyeConnect device in China

Patents issued in the US and China for eyeTelehealth products

World first eyeConnect unveiled at Frankston Hospital

Ingeneus products - Good Design Awards winners

Ingeneus products in Good Design Awards finals

Ingeneus appoints new GM Manufacturing

Ingeneus launches eyePressure device

Ingeneus works with SMART Arm

Ingeneus on the move

Ingeneus develops new remote assessment tool

Medical device treats Ocular Pathologies during Vitreoretinal Surgery

V-Patch Medical Systems: reaching the hearts of the travelling public

Double Success for Ingeneus in Government Program

Ingeneus advocates change to the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA)

Ingeneus Exhibits at AusMedtech 2011 Conference

Dynamic enhancement of Ingeneus QMS for medical devices and biomedical applications

Exciting opportunities at BiOS 2011 for Ingeneus

Ingeneus engages with emerging markets

New branding & website under Design Vic Business Immersion program

Ingeneus completes software training with its clients

Ingeneus passes TGA Surveillance Audit

Ingeneus signs licensing agreement for low cost diabetic retinopathy system

Ingeneus launches eyePressure device


Exciting opportunities at BiOS 2011 for Ingeneus

The world’s largest international biomedical optics and biophotonics exhibition; BiOS 2011 Exhibition (Biomedical Optics and Biophotonics) was heralded a great success for 2011. Held in San Francisco from 22nd – 25th January, a record number of 180 companies attended with the conference chairs noting, “the quality of the papers is improving every year”. Topics covered at the conference ranged from Mechanisms for Low-Light Therapy to Optical Tomography and Spectroscopy of Tissue and further demonstrate that innovative biomedical applications of optics and biophotonics are on the rise.

Notable speakers included Alexander Oraevsky (Fairway Medical Technologies) and David Huang (Casey Eye Institute) who updated a packed audience of approximately 1000 on the most promising new photonics technologies in the field of biomedical optics. Well-known industry mentors James Fugimoto (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) and R. Rox Anderson (Harvard School of Medicine) were symposium chairs.

Ingeneus, who manufacture and market a laser therapy device for diabetic retinopathy in addition to Low Level Laser Therapy products for lymphoedema, recognizes the importance in attending an event held in such high regard. The event once again provided Ingeneus with the opportunity to engage in detailed discussions with industry peers and to further explore customer requirements in the field of laser therapeutics.

More information on the next BiOS Exhibition can be found here