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Global biomedical electronics and devices market, which includes wearable and implantable devices, is projected to reach a value of US$ 25 billion by 2023 likely to grow at a CAGR of over 10 percent. Increasing prevalence of target diseases and the escalating demand for diagnostic and monitoring devices are expected to fuel industry growth for the forthcoming years.
To continuously engage in research and development focused on the development of new biomedical electronics and devices, OLC International is organizing the International Conference and Exhibition on Biomedical Electronics and Devices which will be held during August 13-14, 2020 in Venice, Italy. The conference’s theme “Pioneering Innovations and Enhance Technologies in Biomedical Electronic & Devices” reflects the increasing need for further research in this field and the event anticipates a large audience focusing on this theme and topic of the conference.
Biomedicaldevices-2020 brings together scientists, researchers, practitioners, students, industry experts, device manufacturers, policymakers, members of associations and academic professionals to share research outcomes and discuss new developments and product offerings in biodevices while fostering new connections among business and academic professionals. Research results reported at the conference will indicate future directions for the diagnosis, management, and treatment of various diseases.
The conference will consist of a significant number of diverse scholarly events including several keynote lectures, plenary talks, workshops, exhibition, discussions, special sessions, poster submissions, and video and oral presentations focusing on current research and development of biomedical devices and electronics and their role in the management and treatment of diseases. We hope Biomedicaldevices-2020 will encourage all the participants to contribute to and help in shaping the conference for the world’s healthy future.
Venice is a city located in Italy, in the south of Western Europe. Venice (Venezia) really needs no introduction. The Serenissima has been a fabled destination for centuries. Just the name Venice is enough to conjure up a host of images, even for those who have not yet set foot in Italy: gondoliers in striped jerseys, the Rialto and the Bridge of Sighs, masked balls, golden barges, courtesans in gondolas and crumbling palaces facing streets made of water. The western world's most famous figures visited Venice, marvelled at the gold mosaics of St Mark's, admired art in churches, explored the city's maze of canals (or, in Byron's case, swam in them), and then proceeded to preach Venice's wonders to those unable to make the journey. In these days of budget airlines, however, Venice really is open to anyone. Both Ryanair and Easyjet run flights to Venice,
It is best known for its beauty, architecture, and art. Its historical buildings and canals are what most people know of Venezia but the city is rich of a unique culture and lifestyle shaped by its location in the middle of a lagoon and centuries of a unique political and economic history. Often called the Serenissima, after the successful Republic which governed the city, Venice has always been a favorite of artists. Many habits, words, and things currently part of our daily life were born in this small but immensely important city.
Attractions of Venice, Italy | Most beautiful places to visit in Venice:
St. Mark’s Basilica, St. Mark’s Square, Canale Grande, Ponte di Rialto, Gallerie dell’Accademia, Venice Lido, Doges Palace, Bridge of Sighs, Ride a Vaporetto through the Grand Canal, San Marco Campanile, San Giorgio Maggiore, Murano, Chiesa di Santa Maria Assunta, Basilica di Santa Maria della Salute