eCare: How startups are driving the digitization of healthcare

24.10.2019

Photo: Thomas Link at REHACARE 2019; Copyright: beta-web
Thomas Link is founder and CEO of Varomo UG. At REHACARE he presented CAREcules, the small mobile robot table.
Photo: Information poster about CAREcules at the stand of Varomo AG at REHACARE 2019; Copyright: beta-web
CAREcules makes it possible for people to transport things in a self-determined way, even if they can no longer walk quite so safely themselves. In this way, the risk of falling can be avoided.
Photo: Gabriele Bunse at REHACARE 2019; Copyright: beta-web
Gabriele Bunse (right), CEO of AKVIGO, answered questions this year at the booth in hall 7 as well as at the eCare day in TREFFPUNKT REHACARE.
Photo: TAB in TIME at the booth at REHACARE 2019; Copyright: beta-web
TAB in TIME reminds of the punctual intake of medication and can also notify relatives or the outpatient nursing service if the intake was not happening, incorrectly or twice.
Photo: Eleftherios Efthimiadis at REHACARE 2019; Copyright: beta-web
Eleftherios Efthimiadis from ichó systems explained at this year's REHACARE how exactly ichó works and can be used.
Photo: ichó, the glowing ball, at REHACARE 2019; Copyright: beta-web
Individual and interactive – this is how Ichó is to become a smart companion in everyday care. Originally, the ball was developed for people with dementia.
Foto: Anne Hofmann; Copyright: privat