Our TEE simulator has won a special prize and distinction as the Polish Product of the Future during the 20th jubilee gala organized by the Polish Agency for Enterprise Development and the National Center for Research and Development under the auspices of the Minister of Science.
For the second time in a row, the MST was present at EuroEcho Congress, which is the most important scientific event regarding echocardiography in the world.
In 2017 congress took place in Lisbon, Portugal (06-09 of the December, 2017). The congress gathered over 3200 professionals from all over the world.
Our stand was visited by over 150 physicians who had opportunity to practice on our devices. All of them gave us very positive feedback confirming high educational value of our products.
Thanks to everyone we met in Lisbon and we invite you to contact us directly!
Participation in the congress was possible due to participation in the project Probio Małopolska implemented by Life Science Cluster Krakow.
PolECHO – the largest ECHO conference in Poland gathering approx 1200 cardiologists.
Mr. TEEmothy was busy all the time helping many of them to practice TEE.
MST represented by the board member, Kamil Kipiel participated in the European semi-finals of the
prestigious European Health Catapult competition in Brussels organized by EIT Health.
There were 14 top European companies participating in the Digital Healthcare pathway.
The schedule was filled with presentations, meetings, match making and exchange of experiences.
Participation in the program resulted in numerous new contacts and prospects of new projects with
the participation of investors from Europe.
MST took second place in the international competition “European Health Catapult” in Brussels organized by EIT Health!
We have overtaken dozens of companies competing in the Digital Health competition.
EIT Health is one of the largest healthcare initiatives worldwide. It provides the opportunity to pitch business model to market experts and investors, explore new markets as well as to increase sales by leveraging the outstanding innovation potential and market knowledge of its Europe-wide network.
As part of its Accelerator activities, EIT Health is cooperating with Health Axis Europe (HAE), and have invited incorporated and trading micro and small enterprises to submit applications in Medtech, Biotech and Digital Health categories.
Our project has shown high potential in each of the following categories:
- Novelty/uniqueness of approach (technology, innovative character and unique selling point)
- Clearly identified need and product or service
- Clear description of the technology
- Value of the market opportunity
- Competitive advantage of the proposed venture
- Capability of the management team to bring the innovation to market
- Overall quality of the pitch
During the competition MST was represented by board member – Kamil Kipiel.
MST is among the winners of the second Polish edition of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology acceleration program under MIT Enterprise Forum Poland!
Competition was very strong, as nearly 300 technology startups from all over Poland came to the program, of which 23 participated in the MITEF Poland acceleration program.
Announcing the winners took place at the “Connected Future: Internet of Things & Artificial Intelligence” conference, which took place on June 5th, 2017 at the Copernicus Science Center in Warsaw.
The prize for the winners is the weekly Bootcamp at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and financial gratification.
The award was received by MST board members: Kamil Kipiel and Tomasz Dziwiński.
MST took third place in the international competition “The Digital Healthcare Hackathon” during InfoShare 2017 in Gdańsk!
10 projects came to the finals, of which the top three were selected.
Every project was evaluated at each stage based on 4 criteria rated 0-5 points each: Business Model, Business Potential, Team, Innovation.
A mission of the Digital Healthcare Hackathon is serving to publicly demonstrate new technologies, to facilitate cooperation between SMEs and stakeholders in the ICT, Bio, Health and Medicine industries and, to provide the opportunity for SMEs to improve their products, services, or business models.
Digital Healthcare Hackathon is held as a part of the INNOLABS project which has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme.
In the competition MST was represented by board member Kamil Kipiel.