Japan Medical Imaging Incoming Mission to Calgary
Date: Tuesday, March 6, 2012
Location: Alastair Ross Technology Centre, Calgary
The Embassy of Canada in Japan, federal and Alberta Government invite you to attend the Japanese Incoming Medical Imaging Mission. The objectives of the mission are to promote partnership in innovation, R&D, trade and investment in the area of medical imaging between Canada and Japan.
 
Date:           6 March 2012, Wednesday
Venue:        Innovate Calgary
Address:    Alastair Ross Technology Centre, 3553 - 31 Street NW Calgary, AB T2L 2K7
 
Please RSVP by email to Constance Leung with your full coordinates by Monday 5 March 2012.
 

Program

08:45 – 09:00

Registration

09:00 – 09:05

Welcoming Remarks

09:05 – 09:35

Presentation by Cannon Marketing Japan Inc.

09:35  - 10:05

Presentation by MYS Co. Ltd

10:05 – 10:35

Presentation by Toshiba Medical Systems

10:35 – 10:50

Health Break

10:50 – 11:10

Presentation by Calgary Scientific Inc.

11:10 – 11:30

Presentation by Circle Cardiovascular Imaging Inc.

11:30 – 11:50

Presentation by Imaging Dynamic Corp.

11:50 – 12:10

Presentation by InnerVision Medical Technologies Inc.

12:10 – 13:10

Networking Lunch (light lunch provided)

13:10 – 16:00

Pre-arranged one-on-one business matching meetings

16:00

Programme ends. Japanese delegates depart for Calgary International Airport

 
Pre-arranged One-on-one Meetings:  (Indicate the company(ies) you want to meet and advise Constance by email)
 
Cannon Marketing Japan Inc.           MYS Co. Ltd.           Toshiba Medical Systems Corporation
 

About the Japanese Companies

Canon, well-known for its consumer and office products, also develops imaging technologies for different industries. In the medical industry, its technologies include optical coherence tomography (OCT), optical ultrasound imaging image fusion.
While continuing to work on industry-academia collaborations with Kyoto University and other centres of learning in Japan, Canon intends to promote the spread of open innovation throughout the world. It wishes to collaborate with research organizations and corporations to formulate development strategies and conduct joint research.
Mission Objective: Import technologies into the Japanese market - interests in radiology related products given Canon handles digital X-ray panels. Other interests are in products targeting point-of-care and home medical care
 
MYS Co. Ltd.
MYS Co. Ltd., based in Sapporo, stared as a manufacturer of medical specimen analysis systems. Currently, it develops systems for bacteriological examination and blood transfusion examination which are mostly custom-ordered by some of Japan’s big brands and by relatively large hospitals. President Yasunari Yoshida was originally a clinical technologist. Using his knowledge as a system engineer, he established MYS in 1994 as a medically focused system engineering company.
Mission Objective: Find technical partners or exporters of medical systems - interested in technologies related to ultrasonic, electrocardiogram, blood analysis, data transfer used for diabetes, CardioComm Solutions, or any other system/software for health care
 
Toshiba Medical Systems’ corporate concept is “Adoption of collaborative research with international facilities” and the company has been engaged in cooperative research and development activities with a variety of medical and research institutions around the world. Its products include:
  • CT Systems
  • Diagnostic ultrasound Systems
  • Diagnostic X-ray Systems
  • MRI Systems
  • Clinical Laboratory Systems
  • Image Guided Treatment
 
Mission Objective: Research & Development collaboration in medical imaging technologies - with particular interests in the following areas:
  • Image processing technologies, such as CAD (Computer-Aided Diagnosis), high-speed 3D rendering, etc.
  • X-ray detecting technologies, such as new type of detector, high-performance scintillator, etc.
  • New medical imaging technologies based on innovative ideas
  • New device technologies which could be implemented into Toshiba’s products   
RSVP by email to Constance Leung with your full coordinates by Monday 5 March 2012.