A German company specialised in the three-dimensional (3D) visualization and animation of the human anatomy and augmented and virtual reality solutions is seeking partners to develop marketable software products for medical and educational purposes. The company seeks collaborations in the frame of joint venture and research cooperation agreements.
The German company has been developing solutions for the illustration of the human anatomy for 10 years. They are specialised in detailed 3D computer models of the human body. The company's portfolio includes products that can help patients acquire a better understanding of their treatment, assist surgeons to follow surgeries in real-time using medical technologies such as digital twins and training material for medical education. The animations are based on scientific data and standards which enable a highly accurate illustration of the reality. The animations allow to move any joint, bone, muscle, tendon, ligament, vessel or lymphatic of the human body. All movements are biomechanically correct. The company is looking for software companies, medical (device) companies, pharmaceutical companies, R&D institutions and universities with either a first idea or an advanced concept regarding for instance (new) surgery methods, the effect of drugs in the human body or digital training material for surgeons, students, apprentices etc. The target group of these software products include physicians, physiotherapists, osteopaths, hospitals, publishing companies and educational institutions. Joint venture and research cooperation agreements are sought.
- Type of partner sought: Partners with profound know-how and skills in the following areas are sought:
- software development
- experience in 3D animation
- advanced development of real-time simulations
- affinity to medical technologies
- strong customer focus and network
- Specific area of activity of the partner: The company is looking for software companies, medical (device) companies, pharmaceutical companies, R&D institutions and universities.
Collaborations can be set up in the frame of:
i) joint venture agreements: both partners will cooperate closely to develop a marketable product.
ii) research cooperation agreements: the company is looking forward to discussing any idea/research related topic concerning 3D visualization/animation of the human anatomy and computational medicine.
The products to be developed should be applicable for real-time applications in surgery, for training and teaching purposes and for modern patient education.
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