From Idea to Clinical Use

ACMIT, the “Austrian Center for Medical Innovation and Technology”, is a research and development center in the field of medical technology.

Certified Partner

ACMIT is an EN ISO 13485-certified partner of the medical technology industry. Our R&D services are complemented by the production of prototypes and contract manufacturing of medical devices.

Mechatronic Systems

ACMIT develops mechatronic systems and procedures for the purpose of making medical treatment less invasive, less risky and more efficient. We perform application-oriented and translational research and provide a clear benefit for patients, physicians and medical device manufacturers.

Surgical Procedures

ACMIT is focused on minimally invasive surgical procedures and image-guided interventions. Our activities are complemented by the development of tissue sensors and optical components.

Integration of Technologies

ACMIT concentrates on a smooth integration of novel technologies into the clinical workflow. We achieve this through appropriate interface design, usability analyses and development of complete training systems (e.g. application-oriented anatomical models).

Our Partners

ACMIT works with more than 60 company and scientific partners, including internationally leading medical device manufacturers (start-ups as well as established companies) and cutting-edge medical and technical universities from Austria and abroad.

Your Innovation Partner

ACMIT is your partner during the complete innovation process and offers expertise, guidance and assistance in every single step.

Public Funding

Within the framework of the Austrian COMET program, ACMIT is supported by public funding and thus offers attractive conditions to medical technology companies.

News

ACMIT is looking for a „Senior Project Manager“

ACMIT is hiring a full-time employee managing product development projects and processes in the field ...
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Delegation trip of OptoNet Jena

Due to the success of the delegation trip by Photonics Austria to Jena in 2019, ...
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ACMIT at M3d+it Conference

The Medical 3d-printing and Innovative Technologies (M3d+it) conference will be organised as an online event ...
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ACMIT at the TCT Conference @ Formnext 2021

The TCT Conference @ Formnext will take place from 16th to 19th November 2021 in ...
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ACMIT has received approval for a new COMET Modul

The Federal Ministry of Climate Action and the Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs will invest ...
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ACMIT at BMT 2021

BMT 2021, the 55th Annual Conference of the German Society for Biomedical Engineering (VDE|DGBMT) provides ...
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ACMIT and its scientific partners have published a new paper in the International Journal of Bioprinting

The paper: „Development of a Multi-Material 3D Printer for Functional Anatomic Models” is published in ...
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ACMIT at the conference on Fully3D Image Reconstruction in Radiology and Nuclear Medicine

This year ACMIT was presented in three contribution papers in Fully3D Image Reconstruction in Radiology ...
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Sarah-Jane Estermann successfully completed her research project “Medi3DPrint” with a Ph.D. thesis

The Ph.D. dissertation "Replicating liver tissue in terms of mechanical properties for anatomical models" by ...
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