medVC is a remote collaboration tool for medical professionals allowing real-time audio-video communication and the usage of specialised medical services. It is designed to be installed in operating rooms, conference rooms and doctors’ offices and makes it possible to send multiple High Definition (HD) video streams coming from cameras, microscopes, endoscopes and other medical equipment. The doctors can pause videos, draw on the picture, take snapshots, collaboratively work on DICOM images, record a session or even broadcast it live over the Internet. Furthermore, medVC can transmit stereoscopic (3D) video from surgical robots or 3D endoscopes. All these features make medVC a superb remote collaboration and education tool for medicine.
- medical cameras
- surgical robots
- other medical equipment
- video streams pausing
- drawing on the picture
- taking snapshots
- collaborative work on DICOM images
- video streaming & recording
- High Definition up to 1080p50/60
- Stereoscopic (3D) transmission from newest medical devices
- 4k resolution coming soon
medical equipment from companies such as Storz, Olympus, Medrobotics, Trumpf Medical, ConMed and others
- remote collaboration
- live transmissions from ORs
- medical education
- much more
hospitals from Austria, France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Poland and Spain.
For a full description of medVC and its various usage scenarios, please refer to the medVC presentation .
Flexible configuration adjustable to meet all requirements of operating rooms, staff rooms, conference rooms or doctors’ offices.
Watch a short video explaining what medVC is.
Meet us at SALMED 2020 in Poznań, Poland.
Watch a short video about the live surgery session in 3D between Gronau, Germany and Warsaw, Poland conducted on 2020-01-10 during the 1st Scientific Symposium of the Robotic Urology Section of PUA. Powered by medVC.
The recording is available here.
To enhance the capacities of performing medical education tasks by medical universities and clinical hospitals, medVC has created the Interactive Medical University, a platform for improving the qualifications of doctors and medical students in various medical specialties. The IMU uses the potential of clinical hospitals from all over the world to create an online platform for the education of both students and doctors. The platform provides high quality live video streaming directly from the clinics' operating theatres. The broadcasts are accompanied with live commentary by surgeons performing the operations or moderators. Each session is recorded and published on the IMU portal to build an educational repository of surgical recordings. The solution is integrated with medVC terminals, so live broadcasts and recordings are initiated with a single click on the medVC terminal. Thanks to this, the attending physician does not have to ask for support of the hospital's IT department and just a few minutes after the operation, the recording is available on his private account on the IMU portal. He can then add a description of the recording, divide it into chapters and publish it to a closed group of users or to the public at large.
The full recording of the 5th European Laryngological Live Surgery Broadcast is now available!
Over 6 hours of live surgery performed by the top European ENT surgeons. All powered by medVC!
The recording is available here.
During the 5th European Laryngological Live Surgery Broadcast, 22 surgeries were presented from 12 hospitals from France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Poland, Spain and the United Kingdom. The session was attended by almost 35 000 viewers from 93 countries. For more details please visit els.livesurgery.net.
medVC allowed to connect 12 operating theatres and the moderator's studio with a real-time audio-video transmission, enabling seamless communication and lively discussion. medVC is not only an excellent tool for such events, but first of all it is a system that can support doctors every day, connecting operating rooms with offices or conference rooms.
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