Ikegami Promotes its Medical Video Product Range at Arab Health 2017
Ikegami reports a highly successful Arab Health 2017 exhibition, held at the Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre January 29 through February 1. Arab Health is the largest gathering for healthcare and trade professionals in the Middle East and North Africa. The event was supported this year by 4,400 exhibitors from 70 countries, including 38 dedicated country pavilions.
Ikegami fielded a four-strong team at the show comprising (from left to right in photo) Ikegami Middle East Division general manager Abdul Ghani, Ikegami Europe President Masanori Kondo, Ikegami Japan Division Managing Director Etsuro Ikeda and Ikegami Europe Industrial & Medical Video Division manager Zeljko Romanic.
The focus was on making the company and its broad range of healthcare products better known in the United Arab Emirates and the wider MENA region. Ikegami exhibited as part of the German Healthcare Export Group: https://www.gheg.de/en/news/arab-health-fuer-ghe-mitglieder-erfolgreich/
Arab Health 2017 proved an excellent venue for useful discussions with potential customers and medical system integrators as well as potential commercial partners, so very positive prospects especially in establishing distribution agreements in the various MENA countries can be expected.
Emphasis of the Ikegami exhibit was on the company's proven commitment to the highest possible imaging quality, stemming from seven decades of leadership in the design and production of video capture, processing, recording and display equipment. Among recent additions are the new MLW-2627C-3D high luminance medical grade monitor for 3D applications, illustrated below, and a prototype of Ikegami's new 27-inch 4K UHD medical grade monitor.
In combination with Ikegami´s MKC-750UHD 4K medical grade camera (picture below) which incorporates three 1/3-inch CMOS sensors capable of resolving very fine image detail, the new 4K medical grade monitor is enables surgeons to have a complete 4K UHD video system in their operating theatre.
Arab Health returns to Dubai January 29 through February 1 2018.