Prof. Dr. Andreas Raabe from the Swiss Inselspital (University Hospital of Bern) was part of the development of the new system from the conceptual phase all the way through to the clinical evaluation period. He was a crucial partner in giving invaluable insights for the transfer of the technology into clinical practice and was a key stakeholder behind some of the innovative fluorescence technologies.
Dr. Michelangelo Masini built up the innovation team to create market-shaping innovations with clinical partners and to achieve commercialization readiness.
Frank Seitzinger, as the head of the business sector, had to ensure all relevant market needs got translated into product requirements and later was responsible for a successful market introduction.
The three led an international realization team of more than 300 engineers, scientists and project team members, as well as external partners. They managed to make ZEISS KINEVO 900 a global industry leading success story that is valued by many healthcare providers and institutions.