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06 Aug 2022

AVer Enters Healthcare Market With Revolutionary Detachable Medical Grade Cameras

AVer Information Inc., the award-winning provider of video collaboration and education technology solutions, is excited to introduce its Connected Health Solutions, which was created from AVer’s dedication in understanding and contributing to the needs of the healthcare industry. Aiming to discover unmet needs and reduce overall cost for healthcare systems, AVer launches its newest Medical Grade PTZ Cameras, the MD330U and MD330UI, as the trend for Telemedicine, patient monitoring, and Live Surgery Broadcast continues to grow.

With the intention of creating intuitive user interface and patient-centered design in mind, AVer’s MD330U Series camera features the world’s first detachable 4K 8MP handheld camera head for doctors to perform patient assessment accurately within the context of Telemedicine, and the AI Acoustics embedded on the integrated microphone and speaker for seamless two-way communications between patients, physicians, and even family members from outside the hospital. During the pandemic, AVer’s PTZ Cameras were used at the intensive care units of a hospital in New Taipei City, Taiwan, in which medical staffs were able to monitor the physiological symptoms of their patients through the camera remotely, reducing unnecessary entries into patients’ wards and minimizing the overall risk of infections. With the release of the MD330U Series camera, it further proves AVer’s commitment to develop medical grade equipment that are safe for use in healthcare environments.

Further demonstrating as highly versatile solutions for Telemedicine and patient monitoring, AVer’s MD330U and MD330UI Medical Grade PTZ cameras were well received and won several awards, including the 2022 NAB Show Product of the Year Awards and an AV Technology Best of InfoComm 2022 Award. These official awards recognize the most significant and promising new products and technologies showcased at their respective program.

AVer’s newest MD330U and MD330UI* come as the need for reliable Telemedicine solutions are greater than ever and are part of the established AVer’s Connected Health Solutions.

To learn more about AVer’s lineup of auto tracking and PTZ cameras, visit: https://presentation.aver.com/lines/pro-av
*The MD330UI is available for infrared night view, delivering care 24/7.

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11 Nov 2021

AVer to Exhibit PTZ Cameras in All-New Healthcare Solutions at MEDICA Expo 2021

AVer Information Inc., an industry leading provider of educational technology and Pro AV solutions, is pleased to announce it will exhibit for the first time at MEDICA Expo with partners AMiS and Axiomtek at MEDICA Expo 2021 in Booth No. Hall 16, D36 at the Taiwan Excellence Pavilion. MEDICA Expo 2021 will be held from the 15th to 18th of November 2021 in Düsseldorf, Germany.

AVer PTZ cameras are widely used across multiple industries, and are known for their intuitive, easy to use designs. AVer PTZ camera solutions consistently deliver premium image quality, versatile connectivity, and superior zoom capability in house of worship, online classes, meetings, broadcasting, and this year at MEDICA, AVer PTZ Cameras will demonstrate their industry leading functionality in telemedicine.

“We are pleased to announce our brand new partnerships with AMiS and Axiomtek. The addition of AVer PTZ camera technology to the innovative AMiS Telehealth Cart and Axiomtek Tele Health Patient Monitor Platform ITC150WM proves AMiS’ and Axiomtek’s commitment to developing the future of telehealth.” Said Stanley Cheng, Vice President of AVer.

Following the use of AVer PTZ technology in 2021 across a major sporting event in Tokyo for the physicians of Taiwanese sportspeople, at MEDICA 2021 AVer PTZ cameras will formally join medical technology industry leaders AMiS and Axiomtek to present:

AMiS Telehealth Cart: This solution allows doctors to evaluate, diagnose and treat patients at a distance. By taking full advantage of an integrated care station, healthcare professionals can improve efficiency, safety and thereby enable better care.
Axiomtek Tele Health Patient Monitor Platform ITC150WM: A multifunctional and dynamic display, the Axiomtek Tele Health Patient Monitor Platform ITC150WM brings excellent usability and compatibility to telehealth setups together with AVer PTZ management software and PTZ cameras.
“Alphatron is excited to present its new collaboration with AVer at MEDICA 2021. The integration of AVer PTZ cameras in the AMiS Telehealth Cart delivers on our commitment to the consistent innovation and improvement of telehealth technology.” said Jan-Willem Glaubitz, Marketing Manager of Alphatron.

“Axiomtek is glad to announce its co-operation with AVer at MEDICA 2021. The inclusion of AVer PTZ software and camera compatibility in the Axiomtek Tele Health Patient Monitor Platform ITC150WM represents the consistent innovation that great partnerships bring.” said Tony Chang, Product Manager of Axiomtek.

AVer’s all-new partnerships and solutions deliver important advances in Telehealth technology that revolutionize the way we go to see the doctor. Join AVer at MEDICA Expo 2021 at the Taiwan Excellence Pavilion to find out more.

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06 Aug 2021

AVer Video Technology Stars at Tokyo Games, Fights COVID in Taipei

AVer Information Inc. (TWSE: 3669), an award-winning provider of business communication and classroom technology, is proud to announce that one of its latest USB video conferencing cameras has helped physicians give remote medical care to Taiwanese athletes in Tokyo, Japan, during the world's largest international sports event this summer. Back in Taiwan, AVer’s PTZ auto tracking camera technology has enabled frontline medical staff to provide remote medical care during the COVID-19 pandemic.

This summer the Chang Gung Memorial Hospital Medical Team accompanied Taiwanese athletes to Tokyo, Japan, to compete in the world's largest international sports event. The team’s doctors use AVer’s CAM340+ USB video conferencing camera to transmit live footage of the athletes to other experts in Taiwan. AVer camera technology allows doctors to quickly and remotely evaluate the players’ health status and deliver follow-up treatment. This telemedicine setup lets the athletes avoid going to the medical center in Tokyo, reducing their risk of exposure to COVID-19.

New Taipei City’s Far Eastern Memorial Hospital is the hospital is dealing with Taiwan’s most severe COVID-19 cases. The Artificial Intelligence Center of the hospital’s Medical Research Department has been at the center of the pandemic since May. Through cooperation with AVer, the hospital has created isolated care: The remote medical staff uses the Internet to control the camera and clearly view the patient's physiological symptoms. After collecting information, the medical staff put on protective clothing and enter the isolation ward to care for the patient. This setup lets medical staff avoid the trouble of frequently entering the ward and still effectively fight the pandemic in Taiwan.

According to Cai Yichang, director of the Artificial Intelligence Center of the Far Eastern Memorial Hospital Medical Research Department, “AVer's PTC330 high-precision 30X optical zoom camera clearly captures the various physiological symptoms of our patients. Our nurses and doctors control the camera to get the detailed images necessary for diagnosis, reducing the risks involved with entering and exiting high-infection areas. Patients also receive more efficient care with this brand-new quarantine care system."

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