Innovations with impact

We cannot predict the future, but we can prepare for a future that is increasingly unpredictable. With creativity, courage, and the power to get things done, we are preparing to master tomorrow’s challenges with today’s innovations.

Augmented reality has arrived in the operating room

Portrait of MD Muhannad Alkassar

Artificial intelligence helps physicians make more informed decisions

Artificial Intelligence in healthcare

Prof. Ralf Bauer, partner at RNS Gemeinschaftspraxis Wiesbaden

We are working hard to provide the best possible support to healthcare professionals in the fight against COVID-19

Treating COVID-19 patients in a hospital

Bernd Montag

It’s not just about reinventing technology – it’s also about making it accessible

Video about speeding up the laboratory
Modern labs receive patient samples from many different facilities. They rely on automation to mitigate the impact of this variation. With expertise in the field of machine vision, Benjamin Pollack and his team at Siemens Healthineers are improving automation. They deploy artificial intelligence and deep learning to greatly reduce the failure rate of automated in vitro diagnostics.

Benjamin Pollack

Digital Twin technology is playing a fundamental role in the transformation of healthcare

A Digital Twin of the heart
Tommaso Mansi and team are using Digital Twin technology to treat heart failure patients.
Tommaso Mansi and team are researching to help those with a sick heart get better. Using Digital Twin technology, they simulate the best possible way to treat heart failure patients with cardiac resynchronization therapy.

Physicians are interacting more and more closely with robotic technology – and utilizing its strengths



Heralding a new era

Robot-assisted procedures are already being carried out in a variety of medical fields. The precision provided by untiring robots is a useful support for physicians, helping them avoid complications in delicate or complex procedures. The technology also allows the best physicians to put their abilities to work for patients around the world at short notice. But where did it all begin, where do we stand today and what future trends can be identified?

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