MedTec receives German Innovation Award 2022
The German Innovation Award honours cross-industry innovation achievements that stand out due to their user-centricity and added value. This year, MedTec Medizintechnik GmbH is being award for its next generation of therapy devices and its new communication concepts whose approaches convinced the jury.
The prize that makes innovation visible
Innovations are essential to meet the ever-changing needs of customers, companies and the contemporary surroundings. The German Innovation Award aims to make products, services and the developing companies visible that stand out for their added value for the customers: ”The focus is always on the user experience: solutions that improve our lives and contribute to a better future.“ 640 projects were submitted to the competition in 2022. The award winners convinced the jury of independent, interdisciplinary experts from technology, digitalisation, science, associations and institutions. The submissions were evaluated according to the criteria of innovation level, user benefit and economic efficiency. Such aspects as social, ecological and economical sustainabilty and the use of energy and resources should also be taken into account by the innovation strategy. Also location and employment potential, longevity, market maturity, technical quality and functionality, materiality and synergy effects play a role for the evaluation.
Awarded therapy devices, awarded communication
MedTec was honoured with the prize for the latest generation of MBST magnetic resonance therapy devices which is currently in the final stages of development and the concept of interactive communication. With this fourth generation of MBST magnetic resonance therapy devices, MedTec is breaking new ground. Through innovative technical developments, we are achieving new therapeutic possibilities in therapy, care and rehabilitation and above all in the field of prevention. The CIRCADIAN systems are characterised by new innovative control and measurement technology that is currently being patented.