mSensis official partner of PAOK BC for another year

We are very happy to announce for another year our collaboration with PAOK BC mateco, participating in the sponsorship program of the team and the 2021-2022 season as official partners. (more…)

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Education seminars in the new platform of low vision

It was successfully held in the Experimental Ophthalmology Laboratory of the AUTh, Training Seminar on the Low Vision Prompting Platform, with an emphasis on digital self-assessment applications. More than 20 people with low vision were informed and trained in the use and exploitation of these applications, as well as stated participation in the next phase of pilot tests that will start from September. The seminar took place in the actions of pilot testing and publicity-diffusion of project results Developing an Integrated ICT-Knowledge System Platform to help people with low vision – LIFE4LV, in the context of the research-creating action and co-funded by the European Union and national resources through the OP. Competitiveness, Entrepreneurship & Innovation (OPCvEI) (Ref. Project ΤΕ1ΕΔΚ-03742). The project is prepared jointly by the Laboratory of Experimental Ophthalmology of the Department of Medicine of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and MSENSIS A.E.

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Support micro and small enterprises affected by COVID-19 in Central Macedonia

Τhe enterprise M-SENSIS S. A. with branch office in the Region of Central Macedonia, was co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) of the European Union (ΕΕ) for the implementation of its project under the Action “”Support micro and small enterprises affected by Covid-19 in Central Macedonia“ under the framework of the Operational Program «Central Macedonia» 2014-2020.

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Q-edis platform: The Covid-19 digital solution

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought with it many challenges and difficulties. The coronavirus has significantly changed the outlines not only of social everyday life but, as a matter of fact, of all professional standards.
mSensis SA provides insights and offers a variety of smart digital solutions to help people stay safe and facilitate their physical working situation (physical distancing, handling of crowded places, hygiene protocol) such as the Q-edis platform.
Q-edis platform is orientated towards all kind of private sectors such as banks, supermarkets, pharmacies, etc., but also and public service sectors.

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Q-edis platform

Q-edis is a queue management system used to streamline customer flow through businesses such as banks, hospitals and government offices that get large crowds of people during working hours. Instead of making them all crowd around counters for service, the queue system will issue paper or SMS tickets to each person who joins the queue.

Q-edis collects accurate, real-time information that shows customer arrivals and waiting time. It manages the complex flow of random and scheduled visitors; by considering customer profiles and upsell opportunities it optimizes the level of service and customer lifetime value.

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Life4LV project: Attendance of the Laboratory of Experimental Ophthalmology at the 33rd International Conference of HSIOIRS (Hellenic Society of Intraocular Implant and Refractive Surgery)

Under the implementation of the “Life4LV” project and the mSensis’ collaboration with the Laboratory of Experimental Ophthalmology of A.U.Th., the last-mentioned successfully participated in the 33rd International Conference of HSIOIRS (Hellenic Society of Intraocular Implant and Refractive Surgery) which was held, in combination with the 23rd Winter Conference of ESCRS on February 15-17, 2019 at MEGARO International Conference Center in Athens. The representatives of the university (Almaliotis D., Almpanidou S., supervisor Prof. Karampatakis V.) made an appearance with their presentation entitled: “Color Perception in Patients with Ocular Diseases Leading to Low Vision)”.

This conference brings together a large number of researchers and renowned professors in the field of ophthalmology and research, members of the global scientific community.

During the three-day conference, new scientific approaches and various aspects related to eye and vision research were presented (basic, clinical and translational), which will positively contribute to the development of the ophthalmology branch both nationally and globally.

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Life4LV project: Attendance of the Laboratory of Experimental Ophthalmology at the 33rd European Ophthalmology Congress

Under the implementation of the “Life4LV” project and the mSensis’ collaboration with the Laboratory of Experimental Ophthalmology of A.U.Th., the last-mentioned successfully participated in the 33rd European Ophthalmology Conference, which took place in Madrid, Spain on 14th – 15th of November, 2019. The representatives of the university (Karampatakis V., Almaliotis D., Karamitopoulos L., Kalliris G., Almpanidou S.) made an appearance with their presentation entitled: “Design and validation of a novel color test to assess patients with visual impairment”.

A particularly honorable moment in the conference was the awarding of the Professor of Ophthalmology Mr. Vassilios Karampatakis with the Certificate of Recognition for Moderating.

This conference brings together a wide range of researchers and renowned professors in the field of ophthalmology and research from all over Europe and the world, as it has global reputation and international outreach.

Each year, the conference assembles a unique combination of large and medium-sized pharmaceutical, biotechnological and diagnostic companies, leading universities and clinical research institutes that make it ideal for exchanging experiences, promoting collaborations across industry and academic community and, also, validating upcoming technologies and new scientific approaches around the world.

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Life4LV project: Participation of the Department of Medicine of A.U.Th. in the 22nd Congress of the European Association for Vision and Eye Research (22nd EVER Congress)

Under the implementation of the “Life4LV” project and the mSensis’ collaboration with the Laboratory of Experimental Ophthalmology of A.U.Th., the Department of Medicine successfully participated in the 22nd Congress of the European Association for Vision and Eye Research (22nd EVER Congress) which was held in the city of Nis, France between October 17-19, 2019. The representatives of the department (Almpanidou S., Almaliotis D., Labiris G., Karamitopoulos L., Topouzis F., Dardavesis T., Karampatakis V.) made an appearance with their presentation entitled: “Design of a novel low vision questionnaire to evaluate the quality of life and independence”.

This conference brings together a wide range of researchers and renowned professors in the field of ophthalmology and research, members of the global scientific community, as it has global reputation and international outreach.

During the three-day conference, new scientific approaches and various aspects related to eye and vision research were presented, which will positively contribute to the development of the ophthalmology branch both nationally and globally.

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Life4LV Project: Meeting on “New Therapeutic Approaches: Hope and Prospect for People with Low Vision”

Under the implementation of the “Life4LV” project and the mSensis’ collaboration with the Laboratory of Experimental Ophthalmology, the Faculty of Health Sciences, the Department of Medicine and the Laboratory of Experimental Ophthalmology of the A.U.Th., under the auspices of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and the Ministry of Health, held a very successful event entitled “New Therapeutic Approaches: Hope and Prospect for People with Low Vision”, which attracted large numbers of people and raised the awareness of the general public.

The event took place on Wednesday, June 28th, 2017 at the Old School of Philosophy Ceremony Hall at 8.00 pm. with keynote speaker the Professor of Ophthalmology Mr. Vassilios Karampatakis. The workshop provided answers to key issues and introduced a series of new therapeutic approaches that are designed to assist people with low vision.

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Life4LV Project: Meeting on “AHTIDA FOTOS – VISION DAY: Information Day for the Visually Impaired”

Under the implementation of the “Life4LV” project and the mSensis’ collaboration with the Laboratory of Experimental Ophthalmology of A.U.Th., the Faculty of Health Sciences, the Department of Medicine and the Laboratory of Experimental Ophthalmology of the A.U.Th., under the “Ahtida Fotos” program and the auspices of the Deanery and the Department of Medicine of the A.U.Th., held a very successful event entitled: “Ahtida Fotos – Vision Day: Information Day for the Visually Impaired”, which attracted large numbers of people and raised the awareness of the general public.

The event took place on Saturday, May 19th, 2018 at the KEDEA building (next to the Student Club) at 10.00 am. with keynote speaker the Professor of Ophthalmology Mr. Vassilios Karampatakis.

The goal of the “Ahtida Fotos” program is to assist low vision patients in carrying out communications and improve their level of living, as there is no way of improving their vision with any kind of treatment or surgery.

During the meeting, answers were given to key issues affecting the community of people with low vision, such as:

Modern Treatments

Research developments

What is coming up soon

Stem cells

Gene therapies

New drugs

• Electronic aids

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