Despite the spread of COVID-19, the companion animal industry (Petconomy) is growing rapidly. From people who spend leisure time with their pets at home, to single-person households and elderly households, the industry stays growing. Particularly in Asia, where the elderly group is growing faster in relation to global trends, the companion animal market is expected to surge.
With advances in veterinary medicine, the lifespan of companion animals is also increasing. In the past, 15 years of age was considered longevity, but recently, the average life expectancy is 15 years and the expected life expectancy is 20 years. An increase in the number of elderly companion animals leads to an increase in medical costs. According to the American Pet Association (APA), surgery costs accounted for 28% of the annual support costs for dogs and cats. It was followed by pet food (21%) and regular checkups (16%).
There is a startup attracting attention due to the increase in demand for medical care for companion animals. 3D MediVision, a company specializing in 3D (three-dimensional) veterinary education contents, is pushing for listing on the KOSDAQ this year.
Implemented as Educational Resource in 7 out of 10 Veterinary Medicine Schools… Grand Opening of Asia’s Largest Veterinary Training Center
Founded in 2011, 3DMediVision is the first in the world to apply 3D imaging systems to produce veterinary educational content. VGTC (Veterflix Global Training Center), which opened in Songdo, Korea in November last year, is Asia’s largest veterinary training facility where 60 people can practice hands-on directly in the operating room and 132 people can receive 3D video training at the same time.
3D MediVision created 3D contents for veterinary anatomy education with Seoul National University’s and Konkuk University’s Veterinary Department as well as with Korean Society of Professors for Veterinary Anatomy, and currently 7 out of 10 domestic veterinary departments use it. In addition, training programs for veterinarians and animal health workers, which will be implemented from this month, have been completed. Currently, there are a total of 460 educational contents, of which 46 are also serviced in the global market.
CEO Kijin Kim explained that the educational contents and VGTC’S facilities exceed the level of the American educational curriculum with a veterinary specialist system. This is because it consists of various content subjects such as canine anatomy, canine anesthsia, MRI (Magnestic Resonance Imaging) and ultrasound examination, orthopedic surgery, and dentistry.
CEO Kim stated, “We have built the first veterinary platform in South Korea that can be utilized by not only veterinarians, but also veterinary students and animal health practitioners. We made it possible to visualize muscles and nerves in vivid 3D images that used to be difficult to observe due to low supply of cadavers for anatomy education. It most definitely improves the quality of education.”
Skyrocketing Interest from China & South East Asia
Veterinary medical equipment companies and overseas veterinarians recognized this outstanding content production and VGTC’s facility first. As the number of elderly companion animals increases, the demand for microsurgery (precision surgery) using a microscope increases, but there is no proper educational facility to teach these skills. Due to this, although VGTC has been open for only two months, reservations have already been made from 20 domestic and 6 overseas locations. 3D MediVision allows veterinarians to review their training videos online at any time after they have been trained at VGTC.
CEO Kim said, “3D MediVision provides education at a price that is up to a third of that of the United States. We’re getting a lot of educational requests from Chinese and South East Asian veterinarians who often struggle with long flights and jetlag just to have access to this type of education” He added, “We have also received proposals from medical equipment companies to make VGTC a certification-providing training center in Asia.”
The fact that 3DMediVision’s contents were recognized by the American Association of Veterinary State Boards (AAVSB) is also adding fuel to its potential global success. In the United States, continued education is mandatory for veterinarians to renew their license.
3D MediVision obtained RACE approval for some of its content on the Global version of Veterflix, a veterinary education video platform, from AAVSB of the United States in September last year. A total of 19 contents have been approved to provide CE-credits including Konkuk University Animal Hospital Director, Dr. Hun-young Yoon’s, ‘Gastrotomy’ lecture.
CEO Kim said, “This year, we are actively informing the American veterinary market about the necessity of 3D education. In the latter half of the year, we expect to service English, Japanese, and Chinese versions of more Veterflix content.”
Content Advancement through National AI Project
3DMediVision was selected as a data voucher support company hosted by the Korea Data Industry Promotion Agency last year, and is upgrading educational contents with artificial intelligence (AI) technology. They plan to develop a system that automatically translates veterinary terms into various languages through AI.
CEO Kim said, “In order to service the produced content in overseas markets, it is necessary to change the veterinary terms into the languages of each country we service. When the task is completed, the content can be searched in various languages, and the captions displayed in the video would also be shown in the corresponding language.”
He continued, “In the future, we plan to develop a system so that AI can transcribe what the lecturer is saying and automatically translate it into subtitles. Also, based on securing content IP (intellectual property rights), expanding the VGTC business, and entering the global market, we will speed up the listing on the KOSDAQ.”
On November 20, 2021, an AOVET-sponsored event was held at VGTC with the theme of “Small Animal Fracture Management Process”.
This event will be attended by famous domestic veterinary professors and instructors, and will consist of pre-online education and a face-to-face training course that will be held offline.
Many veterinarians who are interested in fracture management of small animals participated and made their seats shine. It’s a much better event!
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Global On/Off Medical Training Center... Preparing to enter KOSDAQ with the full-fledged Metabus
Three Medivision (CEO Kim Ki-jin) held a press conference for the opening of the "VGTC (Veterflix Global Training Center)" established in Songdo, Incheon, on November 16 and released the company's blueprint.
'VGTC' is an online and offline integrated medical training center for the veterinary field. It creates an environment similar to actual medical sites such as operating rooms, practice rooms, and conference halls to increase immersion through advanced AV facilities and equipment, and to provide efficient educational operation and practice/acquisition system. provides
There are four core businesses: △3D Live Surgery, which delivers the same point of view as a veterinary surgeon in real-time 3D image based on 3D imaging equipment specialized for surgery △Hands capable of intensive training in 1:1 or 1:N On-course △webinar service that combines on- and off-line educational and practice programs through a webinar system △Seminar conference hosted by the Association of Business Associations, etc.
The 3D Medivision said, "VGTC has built a comprehensive infrastructure for 3D content production, online academic data, online and offline high-tech education facilities, and experimental animal supply agencies. We will support global-level environments and solutions through total solutions optimized for medical education." and “3D Medivision announced that it will take off as a 'Netflix of veterinary medicine' targeting the veterinary content market.
Starting with the opening of "VGTC," 3D Medivision will launch a "Meta EduBus" business in earnest that allows effective education beyond time and space constraints. The plan is to expand non-face-to-face training contents that allow various educational practices without going to the field.
In the future, by combining simulation learning programs with metabus platforms, we plan to build a one-stop system that can learn the complete process from A to Z of veterinary care and treatment processes.
Through the establishment of cloud and VR-based meta-edubus platforms, the company plans to maximize the effect by creating an environment similar to the actual situation with educational content produced with 3D images.
Three Medivision plans to build a stable business model by expanding its educational system, including education specializing in animal health history as well as domestic and foreign veterinary experts.
CEO Kim Ki-jin said, "We will be reborn as a 'bet universe' company in which veterinarians, veterinary students, and animal health companies all participate as producers and consumers through NFT media content and DID," adding, "We will promote the advancement of educational service platforms and leap forward."
Meanwhile, 3D Medivision accelerated preparations for listing on the KOSDAQ based on the expansion of global "Betterflix" overseas expansion and the opening of "VGTC," notify the birth of Metaedubus Korea's first listed company.
Sources : 데일리개원(http://www.dailygaewon.com)(KR)
Supplying content to Western Univ. in the U.S "Next year, the first year of overseas expansion
Metabus collaboration is promoted to certify DID in veterinary science and to make content NFT.
[Seoul = Newspim] Reporter Baek Ji-hyun = "We will create a second and third VGTC to create a community where veterinary people can communicate freely. We will also establish a value chain that can share profits with academia and healthcare companies."
Kim Ki-jin, CEO of Three Medivision, who met in Songdo, Incheon on the 16th, introduced VGTC, Asia's largest private educational training center, with confidence. VGTC is located in the Notors Research Institute building, a full-time testing consignment agency (CRO) in Korea. The 200-pyeong VGTC has 15 beds, surgical instruments, and a laboratory equipped with 3D filming equipment. Next to it is a conference room where 132 people can watch the video in real time and share their opinions.
CEO Kim said, "We have established a comprehensive medical education system that allows us to acquire the latest medical technology knowledge and use it globally." It is a space where up to 60 people can practice with a cadevar at the same time, and 132 people can sit together and exchange opinions. This is the largest in Asia, he explained.
Founded in 2011, 3D Medivision was a company that manufactures 3D imaging medical devices. Since then, it has started to create its own medical education contents using its own devices and opened VeterFlix, its own video sharing platform, in 2019. VeterFlix has 217 video contents registered and has 2,900 members.
Anatomy practice is an essential process in veterinary education. However, due to time, space, and cost constraints, the limitation was the lack of opportunities for veterinary students to practice. Three Medivision proposes alternatives to compensate for the limitations of veterinary education.
CEO Kim said, "For example, veterinary students have no time or materials to practice with a single cadet bar. After reading an anatomical book, 20 or 30 people gather in one cadepa (dead body) to teach anatomy. However, it is difficult to replace the curriculum only with papers or seminars. It can be clearly summarized that showing and listening is effective in education. In particular, the reason why we chose the 3D imaging system is that we know that it is difficult to grasp the anatomical structure on a flat screen, he said.
Netflix costs 110 won per episode, but our contents are priced 110,000 won per episode, he said. Nevertheless, the reason why people are willing to pay and watch content is that it is simply money. The profits that veterinarians can earn vary depending on whether they can perform difficult surgery, he added.
With the opening of VGTC, 3D Medivision plans to diversify its sales through offline practical training. CEO Kim said, "The market verification is over online and we will now conduct a second round of verification through how well medical personnel will respond to it," adding, "(VGTC) can deal with not only veterinarians but also humans, and collaborate with medical device companies to experience devices in person. It can also rent devices to other institutions and pharmaceutical companies, he explained.
Two years after the launch of the content business, actual monetization is also rapidly taking place. CEO Kim said, "This year's profits have exceeded the break-even point (BEP). For example, if you proceed with the surgical operation case 10 times, you will get up to 40 contents through reprocessing. The cost is over when we filmed it once, but we can generate a variety of profits by supplying it offline online, he said.
Three Medivision, which has been looking at the U.S. veterinary science for the past two years, will also start overseas expansion from next year. CEO Kim said, "We are making meaningful numbers in Korea. The next is to lay the foundation for overseas sales. Western University in the U.S. is providing education using our contents and will cooperate with the Western Veterinary Association in February next year to participate in exhibitions and conferences together. We expect sales to be demonstrated in the U.S. from next year, he said.
Three Medivision plans to strengthen securing domestic and foreign content and invest heavily in marketing for the funds flowing through the listing. CEO Kim said, "If domestic VGTC is verified, it plans to establish it directly overseas. We are planning to secure various contents by establishing them in the United States, China, and other countries, he said. "The second VGTC is planned to be established in the U.S., and in the U.S., it is currently required to receive training for a certain period of time to renew its U.S. license, and 15 of its contents have been approved by the American Medical Association. In the future, we will make sure that all the contents we currently have are certified, he said.
In addition, the strategy is to share profits generated by making its own content NFT with veterinary professors and investors who helped produce content. CEO Kim said, "The reason for NFT is to prepare a legal mechanism to protect video copyrights, and the second is to share profits with professors who participated in creating educational videos. We are in contact with two or three companies that can collaborate because we need metabus technology from NFT to blockchain-based ID (DID) certification.
Three MediVision selected Daishin Securities as its organizer in August last year and is seeking to be listed on the KOSDAQ in earnest. It is preparing for a technology evaluation and is expected to receive results in March next year. Based on the results of the technology evaluation, the company expects to be listed in the second quarter of next year. Earlier, it raised about 10 billion won by attracting investment in Series A and B. Based on Series B, the value of companies recognized in the market is 35 billion won.
Sources : 뉴스핌(https://www.newspim.com/news/view/20211117000929)(KR)
▶ On-Off line veterinary education platform with enhanced professionalism
▶ Cooperation with KNOTUS. To provide a smooth dissection cadaver supply system
▶ Companion animal market is grwoing rapidly.. Aiming at the Veterinary education market
▶ 3D Medivision establishes the largest numver of education centers in Asia
▶ Out of bounds such as distance and time... Presenting a new educational paradigm
3D Medivision, which is about to be listed on the KOSDAQ in the first half of next year, has established Korea's first veterinary education and training center. Based on this, we plan to solidify the status of K-Edutech (education + technology) by launching the 'MetaEduverse' business in earnest.
Reporter Kim Hye-young.
State-of-the-art surgical equipment, 3D video relay equipment, and surgical beds are gathered in one place.
It is a laboratory where you can see and learn the surgeon's ultrasound examination and surgery.
Realized through 3D video, the surgeon vividly captures the sense of depth that the surgeon sees with both eyes on the screen.
There is also a conference hall where 130 people can gather and exchange opinions about the operating room scene in real time.
This is 3D Medivision's comprehensive medical education center VGTC (Veterflix Global Training Center). It is an educational platform that enhances the professionalism of veterinary students and novice veterinarians by creating an environment like a real medical field. In line with the rapid growth of the companion animal market, the veterinary education market is aiming straight forward.
[Interview] Kim Kijin / CEO of 3D Medivision.
"As Asia's largest training center, we plan to be reborn as an Asian hub that retrain surgery under the slogan of 'K-Suui'. "My goal is to establish a second and third VGTC in countries around the world and become an unrivaled training center in the veterinary world."
In cooperation with Non-Clinical Test Consignment Agency (CRO) Notors, it also has a smooth supply of anatomical carcasses (Cadeva).
It overcame the limitations of clinical practice by solving the problem of distribution of cardeva, which is subject to practice, beyond spatial constraints.
The ‘MetaEduverse’ business is also in full swing. We plan to use VR for the practical videos produced by VGTC to create a variety of educational contents. The key is that it is a platform that enables two-way communication.
[Interview] Kim Kijin / CEO of 3D Medivision.
“Because we are a platform service company, we certify our content by converting it into NTF, and we are creating a metaverse that specialized veterinarians can use immediately after receiving certification.”
We plan to build a one-stop system from A to Z related to veterinary science such as education and surgery. Breaking away from the physical limitations of distance and time, you can enjoy vivid educational content at any time and place you want, from the perspective of the surgeon.
With the global edutech 400 trillion won expected in 2025, 3D Medivision is a leading K-edutech company and is tightening the reins of KOSDAQ listing next year./
Reporter Kim Hye-young.
출처 : Seoul Economic TV(https://sentv.co.kr/news/view/605032)
‘Surgery & Ultrasound while simultaneously watching 3D demonstration’
3D MediVision, a company that has been supplying online veterinary education content through the service of Veterflix, has expanded its education platform to an offline clinical practice facility.
3D MediVision established “VGTC (Veterflix Global Training Center)” for full-fledged clinical practice training for veterinarians.
VGTC is equipped with a wet-lab facility including real-time 3D broadcasting equipment so that surgery or ultrasonography can be performed directly while watching 3D images of the demonstration.
Surgical training through real time surgeon's view of demonstration
Cooperation of KNOTUS allows web-lab cadever supply
3D MediVision’s VGTC has created an environment similar to real medical sites such as operating rooms, laboratories, and conference halls in a space that scales more than 800㎡.
The operating and practice rooms are equipped with advanced surgical equipment and 3D video broadcasting equipment. It is also equipped with surgical beds for up to 60 students to conduct wet-labs at the same time.
While the lecturer demonstrates surgery, students can check the lecturer’s movements through real-time 3D video. It is a structure in which students can check the demonstration of the surgeon while participating in clinical surgical practice at the same time.
The conference hall located right next to it has seating for 130 people. In addition to supplementary lectures, surgery performed in the laboratory in the next room can be broadcast live in 3D in the conference hall.
One of the reasons why it is difficult for veterinarians to receive clinical practice training is that it is difficult to obtain a cadaver, which is oftentimes the subject of practice. This is because the price of legally verified experimental dogs exceeds 1.5 million won (approx. 1,400 USD), and other methods such as donated patients’ bodies are not widely available.
3D MediVision plans to overcome these limitations through a cooperative system with non-clinical CRO KNOTUS. This is possible by securing experimental animals for clinical practice from the non-clinical tests conducted by KNOTUS.
KNOTUS previously participated as a strategic investor in 3D MediVision. VGTC is also located on the fourth floor of the Incheon office building of KNOTUS.
“VGTC has established a comprehensive infrastructure from 3D educational content production, online and offline high-tech education, all the way to supply of experimental animals,” a 3D MediVision official said, “We will provide a global environment for experts to acquire the latest technology and knowledge through total solutions optimized for medical education.”
VGTC plans to promote four projects, including live surgery education using: 1. 3D videos 2. hands-on courses, one-on-one practical education 3. providing seminar and conference solutions hosted by businesses, societies, and associations 4. combined training of online webinars to offline clinical practice training.
General surgery, orthopedic surgery, as well as ultrasound practice, can be trained at VGTC. 3D MediVision plans to open its first practical training program by the end of this year and provide official formal education beginning next year
Expanding contents for remote practical trining into "Meta Edu Versd"
“Starting with the opening of VGTC, we plan to start a ‘Meta-Edu-verse’ business that allows effective education beyond time and space constraints,” said 3D Medivision.
Most remote education is still limited to one-way video viewing, but the plan for the future is to establish a system that can teach the entire veterinary treatment process on the “meta-verse” platform.
3D MediVision also emphasizes that 3D video educational content, which they are expanding in quantity and quality, is suitable for VR-based services as well.
A company official said, “We have already produced veterinary anatomy training as 3D video content and are supplying it to local veterinary colleges,” he added, “We will also start overseas expansion in earnest, in the near future.”
3D MediVision succeeded in attracting 10 billion won (8.5 million USD) worth of accumulated investment, spurring preparations for getting listed on the KOSDAQ next year.
As the global edu-tech market, which is in the spotlight as a remote-learning trend sparked from COVID-19, is expected to grow to 400 trillion won (340 million USD) by 2025. Some of Veterflix’s lecture contents have already been approved for training in continued education from the American Association of Veterinary State Boards.
CEO Kim emphasized, “3D MediVision will leap into the “meta-verse” platform that will allow clinical practice training through collaboration with various domestic and foreign educational institutions.”
Sources : 데일리벳(https://www.dailyvet.co.kr/news/industry/156392) (KR)
Q1. Please briefly introduce 3D Medivision
Hello, I'm Kim Ki-jin, CEO of 3D Medivision Co., Ltd.
First of all, it is a great honor to introduce our company on the threshold of autumn when the refreshing autumn wind blows
Three Medical Vision Co., Ltd. is the world's first and only "medical edutech" company in Korea. I think the word EduTech may sound unfamiliar, but EduTech is a new term that combines the words Education and Technology, which can be explained as a paradigm for new industries to overcome geographical, spatial and visual limitations in the education market.
In line with these changes, 3D Medical Vision has developed a 3D medical imaging system based on its own technology and is establishing itself as a professional medical edutech company in Korea and abroad by producing contents specialized in surgical education.
In particular, the world's first 3D medical video online platform "Veterflix (www.veterflix.com)," which opened in 2019, is receiving favorable reviews for meeting the needs of clinical veterinarians and veterinary-related institutions that require efficient professional content as they can experience actual surgical field training.
Q2. What was the reason you started 3D Medivision?
It's already been 10 years. At the time of its establishment, it was a company founded by me, and a video device and soft technology holder, a surgeon, and a platform business experience holder. As it is now, surgical education at that time was an apprenticeship education method that passed hundreds of years of experience, books, and one-on-one technology in the operating room. However, if surgical training is conducted like the past apprenticeship,
>The decrease in the quality of surgical education and the decrease in the rate of increase in the number of specialists discharged every year,
> I thought I would be exposed to the problem of falling behind the latest domestic and international
surgical trends that change every year.
Therefore, I thought that establishing a platform to effectively share the latest surgical methods and information would contribute to the development of the domestic and foreign medical market and individual medical staff by improving the professional level and efficient technology transfer. Therefore, EduTech technology has been applied to develop a system that can simultaneously record surgical cameras and four or more equipment while viewing anatomical structures from a specialist's point of view in 3D like human eyes, expanding the development of medical education quantitatively and qualitatively.
Q3. You saie 3D Medivision is a medical edutech company. Please Explain.
First of all, I have to tell you about the current status of the edutech market. EduTech is receiving attention and policy support worldwide as remote classes are introduced one after another to cope with the COVID-19 problem.
According to the Korea Data Industry Promotion Agency, the global edutech market is expected to double from 183 trillion won in 2018 to 409 trillion won in 2025. The domestic government is also promoting innovation by forming the "Edutech TF for Future Education" at the 4th Industrial Revolution Committee under the direct control of the president in May 2020.
Three-MediVision is actively carrying out leading edutech projects in the field of medical education with high expertise amid changes in the domestic and international education sectors. The medical education market has problems such as regional concentration and high education costs, so edutech is very urgent and the need to solve these problems is very high.
Accordingly, we commercialized G-FLIX (general surgical 3D camera), M-FLIX (microscope surgical 3D camera), and R-FLIX (3D&2D video recording device), which are the only hardware in the domestic and foreign medical market that makes edutech executable, and developed contents for the first time in the world. And worthy of name, it is growing into a domestic and international medical edutech company.
Q4. Korea's only 3D medical video online platform called "Veterflix" in veterinary field,
What services do you provide?
Looking at the current status of veterinary medicine schools, as social interest in animal protection welfare has increased recently, veterinary students who practiced as animals in the past are practicing education with models and stuffed dolls. In particular, in the veterinary sector, unlike humans, there is no specialist course, so the era of 10 million pets has opened, and the demand for surgery has increased significantly, but veterinarians with a lot of experience in surgery are far short. To solve this problem, Veterflix, the world's first 3D medical imaging online platform, was created.
Veterflix, which opened in September last year, currently has more than 300 different clinical and surgical contents, and you can watch realistic videos from the perspective of actual surgical performance without restrictions on location. Veterflix provides expertise such as surgical techniques for veterinarians with less experience in surgery and a better educational environment for veterinary students.
Separately, in Japan, the second-largest after the U.S. pet market, professional surgical videos must be paid 250,000 yen (about 2.65 million won) per CD or DVD. I think the possibility of success in the Japanese market is high as 3D Medivision's Veterflix can be accessed on average at around 110,000 won per episode of veterinary surgery images.
Q6. What is the ultimate business model of 3D Media that you think of?
At the time of its establishment, 3D Medivision was a company that focused on 3D equipment and contents specialized in humanity rather than veterinary care. However, since the business model for people who are more sensitive than numbers is for humans, the difficulty of technical completeness was very high and had to be approached from a long-term perspective. So, strategically, the technology secured in the human field became the basis for enhancing the completeness of the technology in the veterinary field.
Based on this, we will spare no effort not only in Korea but also in the world's veterinary sector until Veterflix becomes No. 1, We want to become a company that provides total medical edutech in both veterinary and causal fields by supplementing and developing the data and technical completeness that have been insufficient when conducting the veterinary business.
Q7. Lastly, can you san something to those who are interested in 3D Medivision?
Founded in December 2011, 3D MediVision will soon mark its 10th anniversary. I think the biggest driving force behind our development was the support of various officials and investors who were interested in and watched our company. And I would like to express my gratitude to the 3D Media family who were with us when we were having a hard time or having fun. With gratitude, we promise to become the world's best medical edutech company by renewing our responsibilities to the 20th and 30th anniversaries.
3D Medivision, 'Step Forward' into the Global Medical Edu-tech Market... South Korea's First RACE Approval
Korea's first RACE approval obtained...
Professor Yoon Heonyoung's Englis version of "Gastraplsty"
Construction of a retraining center...
Global Education Center completed September in Songdo.
While the ‘Untact Edutech (distant learning+technology)’ industry is becoming a future education paradigm that can solve the crisis of public education caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, 3D MediVision is speeding up its entry into the global edutech market.
CE-CREDIT qualification approval process is in progress.
3D MediVision announced on the 1st of September that the global version of the veterinary education video platform, “VeterFlix”, using their 3D imaging system, has obtained approval from RACE (Registry of Approved Continuing Education) which is organized by the AAVSB (American Association of Veterinary State Boards).
RACE is an institution that approves training courses to be able to offer CE-Credits. RACE catalogs veterinarian training programs jointly promoted by the United State’s representative veterinary board, AAVSB, and a number of veterinarian associations, which allows veterinarians to meet the criteria for license renewal by completing RACE approved training.
3D MediVision recently received RACE approval for the first time in Korea for the English version of “Gastrotomy” by Dr. Heon-young Yoon, professor of veterinary medicine at Konkuk University, a signature surgery lecture by VeterFlix.
Global VeterFlix is proceeding to get all of its package contents RACE approved. Once RACE approves Global VeterFlix’s English veterinary surgical education videos, veterinarians can obtain CE-Credits for license renewal by taking and completing the courses on Global VeterFlix.
3D MediVision is listed as a content provider for RACE accredited content and CE-Credit offering, and its entry into the global medical edutech market as well as the U.S. market is promising.
"Global Veterflix" is officially launched in August.
3D MediVision is the first medical edutech company in Korea and the world to provide educational surgical contents for veterinarians by using 3D imaging systems. It has developed and produced professional cameras optimized for surgical education.
In particular, 3D MediVision’s surgical cameras are highly regarded for their technology as they can implement Surgeon’s View (point of view of the surgeon) that can secure bright visibility even in deep and narrow areas. This can help with clear understanding of anatomical structures that are impossible with a regular camera, and producing content that can be rehearsed to add educational value.
Currently, 3D MediVision is supplying Vet TV and more than 20 3D Canine E-Anatomy contents on VeterFlix. It is also expanding its business to overseas markets such as the U.S., Japan, China , and India, starting with the official launch of the international version of VeterFlix, Global VeterFlix in August.
Leaping to Netflix in veterinary science.
3D Medivision plans to leap to achieve the title “Netflix for Veterinarians” by targeting the veterinary content market, which is emerging as a blue ocean following the rapidly growing pet market growth worldwide.
To this end, 3D Medivision is planning to build a training center in Korea. “Veterflix Global Training Center (VGTC)”, which is being established in Songdo, is scheduled to be completed in September.
The retraining center plans to develop into an “on-and-off-line, integrated medical training center” that provides a global-level educational environment and services to domestic and foreign medical professionals to acquire the latest treatment technologies and skills.
VGTC is expected to create an environment similar to medical sites such as conference halls, labs, and operating rooms to increase educational immersion and establish advanced AV facilities and equipment for effective education, practice and acquisition.
▲Audio-visual video training that delivers the same surgical view as the veterinary surgeon through real-time 3D TV using 3D video equipment designed for surgery ▲ 1-on-1 or 1-on-N Hands-on Courses ▲ webinar systems to combine training programs online, offline, etc. ▲ Conferences or seminars hosted by companies, organizations, associations ▲ Rental services for those in need of in-person meeting locations.
A company official claims, “VGTC plans to become an infrastructure that is optimized for medical education such as supply, storage, disposal of cadavers (for clinical practice), which are the most important in practical training practices.”
3D Medivision has already succeeded in attracting 10 billion Korean won worth of investment in recognition of its potential corporate value. After receiving Series A investments from leading venture capitals and other institutional investors in 2016, as well as attracting Series B investments from KOSDAQ-listed companies “KNOTUS” and strategic investors (SI) last year.
In addition, 3D Medivision has finished selecting a company for this year’s IPO and is preparing to enter the KOSDAQ market.
“With the launch of Global VeterFlix and the establishment of ‘VGTC’, we have set the stage for becoming a global company. We will grow into a comprehensive medical technology company that dominates the global market with the technology we possess,” said Kim Ki-jin, CEO of 3D Medivision.
Sources : 데일리개원(http://www.dailygaewon.com/news/articleView.html?idxno=11586)
3D Medivision launches an online course for Dr.Brett Beckman, forer president of the American Veterinary Dental Association.
Best-selling lectures by Dr. Brett Beckman, a world-renowned veterinary dentist, will be available online in Korea.
Veterflix (veterflix.com), serviced by medical edutech company 3D Medivision (CEO Kim Ki-jin), launched Dr. Beckman's veterinary dental lecture package for the first time in Korea (provided Korean subtitles).
Dr. Brett Beckman is a veterinary dentist (DAVDC) and chairman of the American Veterinary Dental Association. The lecture released in Korea this time is also used as training for veterinarians in the United States.
The package consists of a total of eight lectures, including ▲ simple tooth extraction ▲ surgical tooth extraction ▲ fang tooth extraction part 1 ▲ fang tooth extraction part 2 ▲ small molar extraction ▲ big molar extraction ▲ basic use of veterinary teeth and devices.
"This lecture is the result of compressing and simplifying numerous studies by Dr. Brett Beckman, a world-renowned veterinary dentist," a Betterflix official said. "Through lectures, we will gain technology and confidence in dental treatment and expect patients to be comfortable and generate smooth profits."
To commemorate the launch of the new lecture, Veterflix will hold an early bird countdown discount event that increases the discount rate by up to 40% as you register for the course early.
In addition, 30 days of course period will be added to the first 30 applicants on a first-come, first-served basis. You can take unlimited lectures for a total of 60 days. Early bird application period is until July 21st (Wed).
You can check the lecture format and image quality through the preview lecture video provided on the Veterflix website.
Sources : Dailyvet(https://www.dailyvet.co.kr/news/academy/150666)(KR)
3D Medivision announced on the 14th that it will launch Vet TV and 3D Canine E-Anatomy contents in earnest based on the veterinary medical education video platform "Veterflix" using the 3D video system.
Three Medivision plans to expand its entry into overseas markets such as India, China, and Japan this year, starting with its entry into the U.S. market in July. First of all, it will join hands with U.S. universities to launch veterinarian education contents necessary for veterinary dentistry courses in Korea and the U.S. simultaneously.
From the beginning of this year, it plans to provide more than 100 services first, including 50 U.S. contents and English versions of domestic contents. In addition, the English version of more than 200 contents produced in Korea will be expanded sequentially. Preparations for the opening of global versions such as English, Chinese, and Japanese are also in the final stage.
Anatomy practice is an essential process in veterinary education as a step of directly checking the theoretical anatomical structure with the eyes.
However, the structure once cut during the anatomical practice cannot be observed again, and if the number of cadets (anatomical bodies) is small, it is difficult to observe due to the concentration of many students, and individual repetitive learning is impossible due to the nature of the practice.
In addition, due to the prolonged COVID-19, practical training at medical schools based on face-to-face lectures is often canceled, and major practices such as anatomy cannot be conducted only through online lectures, so the need for supplementary measures has been raised.
Veterflix is attracting attention as a new educational method that complements these limitations of veterinary practice. In particular, 3D Canine E-Anatomy is an audiovisual system of anatomical practice content that helps structural understanding and supports continuous education through repetitive learning based on 3D anatomical practice images.
Vet TV's 3D Canine E-Anatomy content vividly shows the procedure for dissection and the anatomical structures to be observed.
It is highly utilized, such as pre-practice before Training.
Flip-learning through viewing of the content can reduce the time required for practice and increase learning efficiency by securing time to check the dissected structure of students again through smooth progress through familiarization of the practice procedure. In addition, the anatomical structures that could only be seen in the anatomical practice room can be viewed in detail on the enlarged screen at any time and repeated learning is possible.
Vet TV is expanding the supply of veterinary schools in Korea, starting with the supply of veterinary schools at Chungbuk National University in May 2020. Currently, four out of 10 veterinary medicine universities in Korea are using veterinary educational video content created by 3D Media Vision.
A company official said, "As medical classes are dealt with online classes due to the prolonged COVID-19, the number of universities that want to collaborate is steadily increasing. Vet TV is receiving positive reviews because it can feel as if it is practicing for actual cadets and clearly understand the anatomical structure."
We plan to supply Vet TVs to universities around the world through entry into the Chinese, U.S., and Japanese markets this year, he said. "Based on years of technology and know-how, we will grow into a leading global medical edutech company leading the 'Digite' education market."
Sources : MoneyToday(https://news.mt.co.kr/mtview.php?no=2021061418352372297)(KR)