Medinbox was founded in 2008 in Toulouse, South of France. It first started as a partnership between Next Media Factory, a production company, and the Clinique Pasteur, the first cardiovascular center of France. The small startup was specialized in filming and live streaming surgical operations. Today, their success is ongoing as they just equipped a hospital in the United States.

Contrary to what one may believe, the industry of medical-friendly AV systems is greatly sought after. Videos are not only useful for training and apprenticeship but also for medical congresses and conferences. But there is one issue: to fit a filming crew in an operating room is quite troublesome for the hospital staff. That first solution was intrusive and expensive, it was not ideal.

That is where Medinbox comes in: the MedTech startup created a new system with cameras that can be controlled remotely. Simple of use and efficient, the Medinbox solution allows one to gather footage from the OR without disturbing the hospital staff.

After their beginnings, equipping the Clinique Pasteur in Toulouse, the University Hospital Center (CHU) of Brest, and the Clinic des Fleurs in Ollioules, Medinbox extended its fields of action. Today the startup has clients in France, Switzerland and the Principality of Monaco. And Medinbox is not stopping there. Two days ago, the MedTech startup announced a successful contract with the Presbyterian Hospital of the University of Columbia in New York City, what an achievement!

-Translated article from Axel Cereloz – Presse Citron

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