Updated on 14 May 2012
On the occasion, Philips also showcased for the first time to the media other latest products and initiatives developed in India.
The company introduced Philips Goldway, a video colposcopy that helps gynecologists to perform examinations with higher image magnifications and superior resolution, which is a huge benefit for detecting and preventing cervical cancer. In the lighting sector, the company showcased a research-based lighting concept, Philips HealWell which combines Philips' knowledge of the impact of light on health with its expertise in lighting. Healwell provides the benefits of natural daylight in the patient room using dynamic lighting, atmosphere light and intelligent lighting controls. It is designed to support the biological clock and can contribute positively to the healing environment.
PIC was established as a global ‘Mobility Center of Competence' for Philips last year, to extend the capabilities in Healthcare, Lighting and Consumer Lifestyle to mobile platforms. It today unveiled three mobile applications developed in the Healthcare, Lighting and Lifestyle sector. Sanjivini, a healthcare mobile application platform, developed as part of the ongoing collaboration with Manipal, simplifies collection of patient information by the healthcare workers in rural areas and provides a crucial link to the improved delivery of healthcare.
The Philips Innovation Campus (PIC) is the largest R&D center for Philips outside its global headquarters in Eindhoven, engaged in design and engineering products across all of its key business areas.