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iotronics3D hosted the London Launch of 3Dnet Medical: the Death of Software and the Birth of 3Dnet at the company’s headquarters June 3. During this relaxed cocktail event, physicians conversed with the Biotronics3D Team and received 3Dnet Medical demonstrations from the developers. “3Dnet Medical is so unique and such a big breakthrough that we wanted to do it justice, to show people what it is and educate the market and make sure they’re as enthusiastic about it as we are,” Faiza Altaf, Innovation Executive, said. “We built it with the end users in mind and wanted to make sure they get the satisfaction out of using it as much as we intended them to have.” Faiza emphasized the importance of the 3Dnet Medical developers co-hosting the event. “It was great to see all of the Biotronics3D Team together and being able to enjoy the moment of finally achieving what they had and being able to share it with everyone,” Faiza said. “It was nice to see it all come together.” Biotronics3D plans to host similar events in Manchester, Birmingham and Leeds this year.
Ms Kaye Bonython, Imaging Informatics Programme Manager, smiles in conversation with fellow guest speaker Dr Øystein Olsen, Consultant Paediatric Radiologist.
Above: Rado Andriantsimiavona (leftmost), Biotronics3D Senior Imaging Scientist, demonstrates 3Dnet Medical’s simple interface to guests.
Harry Hatzakis, Biotronics3D CEO, discusses 3Dnet Medical with a guest while manipulating the service.
Left: Tony Lovegrove (left), Biotronics3D Commercial Director, chats with Ian Chell (right), Policy Manager for Ionising Radiation, Dept. of Health.