New mbits customer
Catholic Hospital Koblenz uses mRay
We are pleased to count the Katholische Klinikum Koblenz Montabaur among the new mbits customers. In the radiology department of Dr. med. Sascha C.A. Herber, our app mRay is now being used in the background service and facilitates the work of doctors on call. mRay thus also ensures greater efficiency in radiology and nuclear medicine at the hospital.
A success story
Digital Hub featured mbits
Digital Hub Rhein-Neckar GmbH is part of the initiative initiated by the Federal Ministry of Economics to promote digital innovation in Germany. On www.5-ht.com the associaten presents success stories from the chemical and health care industries. Under the title "Mehr Digitalität Im Gesundheitswesen Wagen" (More Digitality in the Healthcare Sector) the site also portrays mbits Success Story, where our two managing directors Dr. Ingmar Gergel and Dr. Michael Müller have their say.
mbits at Update RSNA
New Year new Feautures
mRay-VeoCore now ready for use
In cooperation with Universitätsklinikum Freiburg we extended mRay with the new image analysis tool VeoCore. The module enables fully automated CT and MRT perfusion analyses and thus supports therapy planning for acute stroke. VeoCore provides standardized and reproducible results that are mobile and can be retrieved in real time according to current study findings and guideline recommendations. VeoCore works with all scanners and PACS . Contact us for a free trial.
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year
See you in 2019
Shortly before Christmas is traditionally the time of reckoning, of résumés. We can look back on an extremely successful year 2018. mbits was able to record further growth - both in the workforce and in the market, which is why we are looking to the future with confidence and optimism for 2019 as well. We hope that you too can sum up with satisfaction and wish you happy and restful holidays with your loved ones. Come well into the new year. Cheers!
In search of talent
mbits at Career Day by dkfz
Last week mbits presented itself at Career Day "Entrepreneurship & (Bio)Tech" of dkfz to the interested young generation. Students from bio-, medical- and high-tech disciplines had the opportunity to inform themselves about a large number of companies and to present themselves. mbits-Managing Director Ingmar Gergel took the opportunity to present our app mRay to the visitors.
Trauma Academy uses mRay
mbits visiting Trauma Academy
Our cooperation partner Rimasys has developed the Trauma Academy, a practice-oriented training center for surgeons, in order to realistically simulate various bone fractures. This gives doctors the opportunity to specialize or refine surgical techniques. Our app mRay is used for both pre- and post-operative consultations. Last week, mbits-Managing Director Dr. Müller and Sales Manager Dula visited the Trauma Academy and collected impressions of their work with mRay.
Visit us at the Neuroradiologicum
A Forum of the Mannheim and Heidelberg University Hospitals
The 17th Forum Neuroradiologicum will take place at the Herinrich Pesch Haus in Ludwigshafen am Rhein from 23rd to 24th November and is primarily aimed at young neuroradiologists and neurosurgeons. mbits will be present with a booth and present the app mRay. We look forward to your visit, for which you can also arrange a personal appointment.
mbits becomes sponsor of the Entscheiderfabrik
We have recently become one of the sponsors of the network of Entscheiderfabrik, which is striving for the digitization of the health care system. In concrete terms, the network strives for solutions to problems in business processes through digitisation projects. The Entscheiderfabrik runs 120 industrial companies and clinics with more than 800 locations.
Study: mRay is for future
Almost 100 percent of the respondents consider mRay to be assertive and expect the app to facilitate networking between doctors. More than half of the respondents are of the opinion that conventional exchange in hospitals is currently inefficient. These are only some of the promising results of a study conducted by students of business administration at the International University of Cooperative Education (iba) in Heidelberg using the example of mRay. Doctors, medical specialists and medical students were interviewed. Details and further results will follow.
Thank you very much for visiting DKOU - see you in Frankfurt!
Last week mbits presented itself for the first time at the DKOU in Berlin, which was a very satisfying experience for us. From 9.11 - 10.11 the DGUV will be the next event where mbits participates. We have already started preparing and look forward to see some familiar and some new faces.
Visit us at DKOU
You find us at booth 42/32
For the first time we are exhibiting at the DKOU in Berlin. From 23 to 26 October we will be presenting the mRay features for orthopaedists and trauma surgeons, including the convenient option of photo wound documentation. We invite you to visit our booth 32 in hall 4.2. You are also welcome to arrange a personal appointment.
Women- or Manpower wanted!
We are currently looking for a new Sales Manager in the sales force for Germany South, as well as a UI Designer for Web, App & Desktop. See www.mbits.info/jobs
After one exhibition is before the next
mbits at the Neurorad 2018 of the DGNR
Last week Neurorad took place in Frankfurt am Main for the first time. On a larger exhibitor area over four floors almost twice as many exhibitors presented themselves than the years before in Cologne. We were there with a new design and would like to thank all visitors to our booth. We are looking forward to your positive feedback. In two weeks mbits will already exhibit at DKOU in Berlin. After the fair is as well known before the fair.
Visit us at neurorad by DGNR
Conclusion Of Contract With Veobrain
Visit By State Secretary Mielich
Last week, State Secretary Bärbl Mielich visited our cooperation project "StrokeNet" with the University Hospital Freiburg. The State Ministry for Social Affairs and Integration is supporting the project with 300TEUR. During her summer tour, Ms. Mielich took the opportunity to visit the neuroradiological clinic in Freiburg.
We were able to convince with the presentation of the project, including the cooperation of different partners from the country as well as its importance for the area-wide care of stroke patients. For us it was an opportunity to present mbits to political leaders. You find further information on the page of the Ministry of Social Affairs Baden Württemberg.
mbits imaging GmbH has concluded an exclusive agreement with veobrain GmbH, which distributes the underlying technology as a spin-off of the UK Freiburg. We are thus the sole partner for the further implementation and marketing of the technology. The product is already in clinical certification and we intend to carry out the first installations by the end of the year.
mRay 5.5 is here
We are happy about today's release of mRay 5.5. Specifically, the development team of mbits integrated significant improvements of the messenger function, which make communication with mRay even easier. In general, we could increase the stability of the app again.
The update is now available for all systems (iOS, Android, Windows) in the AppStore and at Google Play. You can find a current desktop version by the following link: https://mbits.info/downloads/mray.
University Hospital Regensburg is a new mbits customer
We are pleased, we could convince the University Hospital Regensburg of our services and win them as new customers. From now on the following clinics and departments are linked to our mRay-app: Radiology (Prof. Stroszczynski), Visceral Surgery (Prof. Schlitt), Neurosurgery (Prof. Brawanski), Vascular Surgery (Prof. Pfister) and Cardiology (Prof. Unsöld). The cardiologists in particular have access not only to echocardiograms but also to emergency ECGs, which is an enormous relief for night and weekend services. The team of mbits is pleased about the area-wide use at the entire university hospital.
mbits successfully completes funded project "DeepEye"
After two years of development and evaluation work, our team has successfully completed the DeepEye project. DeepEye technology allows us to display CT or MRI images in 3D over the patient and thus gain an impression of the anatomy. The technology is based on 3D depth cameras and methods of Augmented Reality (AR). DeepEye will become part of our mRay software suite and support physicians during medical interventions. We thank the Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy (BMWi) for supporting this project.
Holo Med: First Results
Successful ventricular puncture of the phantom skull
In August 2017 the joint project Holo Med kicked off. mbits is significantly involved in it. We are therefore pleased to report consistently positive results almost exactly one year after the project beginnings. In the first tests, a successful ventricular puncture could be performed on a phantom skull. The positioning of the catheter was working well with the support of the HoloLens. We expect further test results at the end of the year. launch.
Whatsapp In The Hospital?
The newspaper FAZ is reporting about the inflationary use of "WhatsApp In The Hospital" und poses some relevant questions, e.g.: "What about data privacy?". The mobile messenger is used so often, because doctors barely have alternative solutions. mbits offers the app mRay, a certified medical device, to get rid of WhatsApp.
>> FAZ - WhatsApp verändert den Klinikalltag
mbits in the Cyber Alliance
From now on mbits is a member of the alliance for cyber security - a initiative of the German Federal Office for Information Technology Security (Bundesamt für Sicherheit in der Informationstechnik, BSI).
As an association of all actors in the field of cyber security in Germany, the initiative aims to increase the domestic cyber security and ensure the resilience of the german economy against cyber-attacks. For the common advancement of cyber security, the BSI is intensively cooperating with partners and multipliers.
>> Mehr zur Allianz für Cybersicherheit
The Digital Operation Theatre Is Developed Until 2020
Digital Helpers To Fight Cancer
mRay! because "Every Minute Counts"
For stroke diagnostics every second matters. The journal "Radiologie Magazin" promotes our app mRay in this case.
"Die jüngst veröffentlichte DAWN-Studie zeigt, dass die mechanische Thrombektomie bei selektierten Patienten auch später als sechs Stunden nach Symptombeginn noch wirksam ist. In einem vom baden-württembergischen Ministerium für Soziales und Integration geförderten Projekt wird nun am Universitätsklinikum Freiburg evaluiert, inwiefern sich die Selektion peripherer Patienten verbessern lässt. Mit einer mobilen Lösung sollen durch die Verwendung von automatischen Bildanalysetechniken die Verlegezeiten und die damit verbundenen Rekanalisationszeiten verkürzt werden."
>> Read the article
NEC releases case study with mRay
The display manufacturer and mbits-business partner NEC has released a case study, for which they used our app mRay. In its study it says specifically: "mRay, a medical certified application for
large format touch screens and mobile devices was installed to tailor the solution to the needs of the radiology department. The software offers a specially developed DICOM 2020 protocol technology to deliver first class images in a mobile environment. With this powerful solution, the team is
able to share PACS easily, even to smartphones and tablets."
>> NEC Case Study
Augmented Reality: Ventricular Puncture On A Human Brain
We are happy to announce, that mbits is part of the joint project Holo Med. Until the end of 2019 we are aspiring to a context-sensitive support of a surgeon in the operating theatre with the help of augmented reality. The project focuses on the scenario of ventricular puncture in the human brain. Besides mbits there are the Neurosurgical University Hospital Ulm/Günzburg, the software company UID and the KIT Karlsruhe partnering the project.
mbits and OP 4.1
OP 4.1 is a research project starting today. On an initiative of the urology university hospital Heidelberg, we are searching for solutions to combine the different software components in the operation room.
mbits is a partner of the project, that is sponsored by the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology and is running until January 2020. Besides mbits the DKFZ (Deutsches Krebsforschungszentrum), SAP, Storz und Siemens are partners of OP 4.1
>> Read more about the project
mbits: mRay provides access to medical images in the hospital, no matter where or when
Startup Valley.news, an online-magazine for the international startup community, was asking mbits some interesting questions for their "Founder Talk". We gladly answered.
With mRay "Always up to date with x-ray footage"
mbits is happy to announce a detailed article in the "Radiologie Magazin". The journal for radiology examines the clinical routine and puts an eye on our app mRay.
"Anruf und los in die Klinik. So sieht der Hintergrunddienst noch vielerorts aus. Doch mobile Kommunikationslösungen für Smartphone und Tablet bringen Bilder in kürzester Zeit zum Arzt in Bereitschaft und verschaffen ihm mehr Flexibilität, die gleichzeitig auch mehr Sicherheit für den Patienten bedeutet, sowie mehr Effizienz für den Klinikbetrieb."
>> To the article
Funding by the Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy
We are pleased to inform you that the Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy is supporting us in the context of an innovative project. The project title is "Development of a hybrid device for the real-time visualization of optical 2D image data streams and pre-interventionally acquired, medical 3D image data based on a marker-free registration".
The purpose of this project is to extend our mobile radiological platform mRay with a real Augmented Reality function. The physician can use this method to display CT or MR images in 3D above a patient and thus gain an impression of the anatomy.
From the application text: The integration of preoperative image data into the workflow in the operating theater is a problem that is becoming increasingly urgent considering the progression of powerful imaging methods. Essentially, displaying image information during surgery is about providing the information specific to the context without disturbing the intervention.
Experimental augmented reality techniques, in which pre-operative data are rendered on 2D live camera users, suffer from the fact that the patient's position requires complex tracking systems and multimodal markers, which must remain patient for days or weeks between imaging and surgery. We present a new approach. By combining with a third imaging component, a depth camera with a static arrangement relative to the camera, the patient should be registered without a marker and a registration of the preoperative data on the camera image becomes possible. Thus, the position of important structures in the body can be explored before the first cut.
mbits and Image - strong Partners
In addition we are very happy to announce that the mbits imaging GmbH has started a long-term partnership with Image Information Systems GmbH in Rostock. The contract has been signed on August 1st 2016, and was signed jointly with all managing directors (in the top picture from left to right: Dr. Michael Müller, Dr. Arpad Bischof, Mike Jensen, Dr. Ingmar Gergel). The cooperation will focus on the joint distribution of the world-wide unique "MED-TAB", the first DICOM calibrated, medical Tablet. More information can be found at www.image-systems.biz and www.med-tab.com . mRay will be used as a software on MED-TAB (among others).
To our customers, visitors and friends: A happy new year!
A lot has happened at mbits and we want to keep our visitors up to date after a long break. By the way: To all visitors a happy and successful new year!
First of all, we would like to welcome Mrs. Miriam Antes in our sales team. Her many years of experience in the distribution of speech recognition software will be of great value for our team.
We would also like to point out that our website is currently being completely revised. Be curious and visit us again soon!
mbits imaging GmbH - mobile app in the field of radiology
The BIOPRO Baden-Württemberg GmbH has created a company profile on behalf of the "Healthcare Industry BW". The article "mbits imaging GmbH - mobile app in the field of radiology" can be found here:
Best Paper Award - Audience IPCAI 2016
Congratulations to Esther Wild, Dogu Teber, Daniel Schmid, Tobias Simpfendörfer, Michael Müller (mbits imaging GmbH), Ann-Christin Baranski, Hannes Kenngott, Klaus Kopka, Lena Maier-Hein for winning the Best Paper Award on the 7th International Conference on Information Processing in Computer-Assisted Interventions Heidelberg, Germany, June 21-22, 2016 for their paper "Robust Augmented Reality Guidance with Fluorescent Markers in Laparoscopic Surgery".
mRay + MEDTAB: The combination for professional and certified image reading on tablet computers.
Visit us at conhIT 2016 (April, 19-21, "Messe Berlin").
Dr. Michael Müller introduces the mbits imaging GmbH
Dr. Michael Müller introduces the mbits imaging GmbH during an interview in Stuttgart. Central topic: Mobile radiology and it's benefit for physicans and patients.
Seeking a new slogan!
mRay needs a new slogan. And you are all invited to take part! We just started a regular contest on "Brandsupply". The winner is awarded with a small a monetary prize.
Take me to the contest
Interview with mbits at the 50th DGNR
Interview with Dr. Michael Müller and Dr. Ingmar Gergel at the 50th annual Meeting of the German Society for Neuroradiology about the advantages, development and handling of mRay.
Dear Visitors, mbits will be again present at the annual meeting of the VSRN in Karlsruhe (29 to 30 January). You can find us at booth Nr. 3. We would be happy to meet you there.
German Article "Ein Tablet im OP"
By way of postscript: The german article "Ein Tablet im OP" was released in the widely read Rhein-Neckar-Zeitung in 2015.
mbits on YouTube again
Also by way of postscript: mbits is part of the image video released by the medical informatics course. More info on their homepage.
Welcome on our new homepage!
Just in time for our upcoming mRay Release 4.0, we relaunched our website. We hope you enjoy your stay with us!
Steinbeis Transfermagazin: Chirurgische Navigation mittels Tablet
Bild der Wissenschaft: Apps im OP - Warum Ärzte zu ihren Eingriffen Tablet-Computer mitbringen
Radiologie Journal Magazin: Radiologie to go - Ein Vergleich mobiler viewer mit MITK pocket
RadiologieForum Magazin: Tablet-PC für Aufschneider - Operation Argumented Reality
M -Das Lifestyle & Technik Magazin: Mobile Körperwelten
Junge Innovatoren": Forschungsministerium fördert Start in die Selbständigkeit mit rund 1,3 Millionen Euro jährlich
Wesentliche Impulse für Innovationen verdankt Baden-Württemberg der Forschung an den Hochschulen und Forschungseinrichtungen im Land. Mit dem Programm „Junge Innovatoren“ unterstützt das Wissenschaftsministerium den Mut, mit innovativen Ideen auch den Sprung in die Selbständigkeit zu wagen. weiterlesen