3D Medivision expands non-face-to-face education business... Online veterinary clinical conference operation.
As the demand for non-face-to-face education is expanding due to the prolonged Corona 19, 3D Medivision is expanding its platform to include veterinary clinical conferences, speeding up the expansion of its medical edutech business.
3D MediVision announced on the 6th that it will operate the ‘Seoul Veterinary Clinical Conference (Ordinary Conference)’, the largest veterinary clinical conference in Korea, through ‘veterflix’ online. Betterflix, independently developed by 3DMedivision, is the world's first online platform for veterinary 3D medical education images.
3D MediVision developed and designed a cyber academic conference room to participate in real-time lectures and presentations held at existing large-scale events by taking charge of the operation of the first online conference this year.
In addition, VOD (Video on Demand) is provided for two weeks after the end of the academic conference event period, allowing veterinarians and users to take more lectures than offline academic conferences.
Celebrating its 17th anniversary this year, the Ordinary Conference, hosted by the Seoul Veterinary Association, invites top experts in domestic and foreign veterinary clinical fields to share their expertise. Although the conference will be held online, the number of participants is expected to increase further as the veterinarian's continuing education hours can be recognized depending on the access time.
3D MediVision said, “Betterflix is responsible for the first online conference, so it is even more meaningful that 3D MediVision’s edutech technology has been recognized. We plan to do our best for a successful conference based on this.”
He continued, “Betterflix, where this online conference is held, is an online education platform that is receiving attention by presenting a new paradigm for veterinary education. We will grow into a global representative medical edutech company,” he added.
Sources : MoneyToday(https://news.mt.co.kr/mtview.php?no=2020110614122168005)(KR)