Opening new exposition Philips Museum

In a new exposition Philips shows her plans for the future. The exhibition was opened today by the CEO of Philips, Frans van Houten.

Philips exists sunday exactly 125 years. The company celebrates this with the motto "Cherish the past, celebrate the future." This means the desire to innovate, something that always characterizes Philips, is cherished, but that they look forward to ways in which new technologies and developments can be turned into devices for the healthcare.

Philips is aiming to improve the quality of life, especially for elderly. Since people are getting older, there is also an increase in physical complaints. This will cost a lot of money in the future. Philips want to become markt leader in preventive and curative treatments to improve our health.

Philips makes use of Big Data. They want to collect as much data as possible from people, and analyze and apply it to their devices and software. Examples of this technology will be shown in the museum.

A striking innovation is a screen where you can see a three-dimensional human body. Useful for surgeons, but also for patients to give them meaningful insights,

The exhibition will be open to the public on zaterday.

Source: Studio040
Translator: Peter Marijnissen

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