From healthy living, through prevention, diagnosis, treatment and home care, Philips is leveraging IFA as a launch-pad for five key product lines in the personal healthcare field. Egbert Van Acht, Chief Business Leader, Philips Personal Healthcare Business, told the audience that innovation is part of the company’s DNA: “In 2016, for the second consecutive year, Philips has been number one for filing patents at the European patent office.”
The company highlighted five key products at the IFA event:
Remotely monitoring and managing sleep apnea and respiratory patients with a single system. Care Orchestrator delivers actionable patient information directly to care teams – via smart phone, tablet, or PC.
PHILIPS AVENT UGROW
A “first of a kind” medical grade baby development tracker, allows parents to keep tabs on baby feeding and sleep patterns, height and weight, and obtain expert advice tailored to the baby’s development. The kit also comprises a smart thermometer and can be completed by a Philips air purifier.
PHILIPS AIR PURIFIERS
As over 50 percent of the world’s population live in places where pollution is over 2.5 times higher than maximum recommended levels, it is becoming increasingly urgent for people to have access to allergen and pollution-free air in their homes.
NEW PHILIPS DIAMONDCLEAN SMART ELECTRIC TOOTHBRUSH
With numerous advantages for users, including multiple modes of usage, two brush heads, glass charger and USB travel charger.
LUMEA PRESTIGE IPL
The first IPL hair remover to follow the curves of a women’s body – with an app guiding users along the way.
Van Acht says Philips vision is to make the world healthier and more sus tainable through innovation: “Our mission is to improve the lives of three billion people a year by the year 2025.”