Orthotics Technology Forum moves to USA for 2013
As the only orthotic event dedicated to new technologies the 2013 edition of the Orthotics Technology Forum will break new ground in scan, design, machining and materials. Following two successful events in Europe both attracting over 100 delegates, the third event will take place in the USA, at the Georgia Institute of Technology from 29th to 31st May, 2013. Bringing together the best of current and emerging equipment, software and processes the forum will showcase their application in prescribing, designing and manufacturing orthotics and orthopaedic shoes. For more information, please visit www.orthotics-technology-forum.com.
The Georgia Institute of Technology is one of the top research universities in the United States, occupying 400 acres in the heart of the City of Atlanta. It was the first college in the USA to offer a Master of Science in Prosthetics and Orthotics (MSPO). Delegates will have the opportunity to tour the Institute’s extensive facilities as well as see cutting edge research projects.
If you are interested in attending this year’s event you can sign up via our website (www.orthotics-technology-forum) or by contacting Mary Shaw (firstname.lastname@example.org).
There are just a few speakers slots still available to any international speakers that are leading the way in developing and using different types of technology, including hardware devices to help biomechanical analysis, pressure and anatomical form, CADCAM tools for plasterless manufacture, as well as new ideas for increasing productivity and reducing manufacturing costs. Researchers, laboratories and practitioners interested in speaking at the Forum should contact Chris Lawrie at email@example.com.
With such a high calibre of exhibitors, speakers and attendees it is a great opportunity for suppliers to sponsor such a prestigious event. A few remaining sponsorship options remain however large or small your budget is. For further details please contact Mary Shaw at firstname.lastname@example.org
28 February 2013