Ambler, PA - February 10, 2016 - We are pleased to announce NeuroVisio as our new distribution partner for Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. Tobias Hamann, founder of NeuroVisio, worked for our former distribution partner, nbn Medizin Elektronik. Tobias realized that the opportunity for multimodal monitoring in this part of Europe could support an entire company and nbn Medizin Elektronik was planning to go in a different direction. So NeuroVisio was born.
Tobias has spent most of his life in Soltau, Lower Saxony (between Hamburg and Hannover), where he enjoys outdoors activities. He is trained as an IT-Specialist and early in his career worked as a Key Account Sales Manager for an IT-Company, which is a valuable skill for the "connected ICU". In 2005 he switched his concentration to the field of Neurology focusing on EEG, epilepsy monitoring and sleep diagnostics. He worked for four years as Sales Manager for Germany, Austria and Switzerland in charge of neurology products at nbn Medizin Elektronik and was later promoted to General Manager. In 2015, Tobias left nbn Medizin Elektronik to build up Neurovisio GmbH, a company specialized in the field of multimodal monitoring, located in beautiful Deimern, close to Soltau. His personal goal is to set up a company that customers can rely on and to provide guidance in all questions regarding the process of building up the "Smart Neuro ICU".
Please join us in welcoming Tobias Hamann and NeuroVisio to our growing family of partnering companies.
Tobias Hamann posing at the NeuroVisio booth and displaying the CNS Monitor at the ANIM Meeting in Berlin (Germany), January 28-30, 2016.
Moberg ICU Solutions (Moberg Research, Inc.) is a privately owned medical device manufacturing company specializing in neurological patient monitoring and information systems solutions for acute care. Moberg Research sells across the United States, Canada and Europe. For more information visit www.moberg.com.
NeuroVisio is a German medical device distributor focusing on multimodal neuromonitoring and continuous EEG for acute care. For more information visit neurovisio.de.