The Brain Injury Technologies Think (BITT) Tank 2019 is back!
THEME: Virtual and Augmented Reality for Brain Health
Thursday 4 April 2019, 09:30-16:00
Madingley Hall, Cambridge
Augmented and Virtual Reality applications are increasingly proposed for the prevention and treatment of brain injuries. At a time when technology is rapidly evolving, this event will bring together leading clinical experts to define areas of unmet needs and potential applications of the technology. It will also provide an opportunity for technology developers and clinical teams to showcase their technology and on-going applications.
The event, delivered in partnership with Cambridge Wireless, will be supported by members of patient advisory groups as well as key personnel from grant funding and investing organisations who will provide critical advice on proposed products and applications. The will facilitate networking and future collaborations as well as provide for supportive exhibits of products.
The BITT Tank will be split in to three sessions:
- Session 1: Unmet Needs Identification – Sharing the evidence-base from clinical, patient and industry perspective
- Session 2*: Technology Showcase – Individual slots for SMEs, start up and project teams to showcase relevant technologies in the field and for interactive Q&A with the expert audience
- Session 3: Panel Discussion – Horizon scanning with relevant partner organisations
*If you would like to take part in session 2, to showcase relevant concepts, technologies or devices, please get in touch with Rachel Kerr at firstname.lastname@example.org
To register your attendance, please visit the following page: https://www.cambridgewireless.co.uk/events/brainarvr/
For enquiries, please, contact Francesca Piffer at email@example.com