Personal Health Systems 2007 Exhibition

A unique event and in special the Personal Health Systems 2007 Exhibition has been recently announced. It will be open to attendees of the Personal Health Systems 2007 Conference (12-13 February 2007, European Parliament, Brussels).

The exhibition aims to show concrete results of research and development in and around Europe within the field of Personal Health Systems. The exhibitors are involved in European research, development, deployment or commercial activities focusing on Personal Health Systems (PHS), services and applications. The purpose of the exhibition is to demonstrate examples of a variety of PHS solutions that are or have been researched in EC funded projects, are under development, or already commercially available, operational and reimbursable.

The exhibition will cover areas such as:

  • European R&D projects with high-tech prototype demonstrators
  • Educational and human networking aspects of Personal Health Systems
  • Personal health records
  • Examples of chronic diseases management using telemedicine services
  • New bio-signal sensors for Personal Health Systems
  • Vital sign monitoring and telemedicine services and devices for home care
  • Healthcare services and solutions associated with telecom operator for personalized use, including interactive-TV platforms.

For further information, please visit Personal Health Systems 2007 Conference web page.

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