19 September 2018

Conclusion Of Contract With Veobrain

Visit By State Secretary Mielich

State secretary Mielich visits Strokenet

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.
13 September 2018

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.

05 September 2018

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.

08 August 2018

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.

06 August 2018

Holo Med: First Results

Successful ventricular puncture of the phantom skull

Holo Med First Successes

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.

10 May 2018

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

05 April 2018

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

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