Surgical education platform for veterinarians VETERFLIX ....“The 3D image education method has clear sustainability”
CEO interview Kijin Kim, CEO of 3D Medivision Co., Ltd.
“We started 3D shooting to change the paradigm of effective teaching methods.”
Kim Ki-jin, CEO of 3D Medivision, developed a camera that records the surgical process in 3D and received a patent. The time when companion animals become cultured is when the price is more than 30,000 dollars. Therefore, the possibilities of veterinarians are infinite, and the need for training and contents for surgery was judged, and 3D imaging techniques were created.
All surgical contents for veterinarians are being distributed as 3D files. 3D Medivision's VETERFLIX is a surgical education platform for veterinarians. The reason why CEO Ki-jin Kim developed 3D was that he got the idea from shooting in 3D when he was shooting a movie in Hollywood.
The effect is much better when viewed in three dimensions than when viewing a three-dimensional screen flat. In addition, since it is VR, it is developed into AR, etc., and the image itself is unconditionally oriented to 3D. Only 5% of robotic surgeries can perform during surgery. In the end, people have to do it.
According to the thesis, it is necessary to train for more than 20,000 hours before surgery is possible. Assuming that you study 58 hours a week, this period is over 10 years. After all, surgery education has entered the era of studying with a computer or cell phone rather than studying with a book as RCT technology develops. Therefore, there is a growing awareness that computer or mobile phone education is necessary in medical education. 3D Medivision's education platform can be viewed on a computer or mobile phone.
In the case of Seoul National University Hospital or Yonsei University Hospital, CEO Kim Ki-jin is continuously filming clinical cases for each surgical case and clinical case.
#360 content user loyalty is over 40%
Currently, we are collecting content to provide free service to conferences. The veterinary school started shooting content three years ago and has about 360 pieces of content. Currently, about 17% of them are studying this content, but they say that their loyalty exceeds 40%.
We started from the basics together with professors for quality educational content. The good thing about digitalization is that it is possible to produce good contents from the preparation for surgery to the prognosis after surgery, in the professional field. In fact, the content can be extended to veterinary use, veterinary substitute, and animal health use.
In accordance with the veterinary school curriculum for two years with the Association of Veterinary Professors, the dog surgery process was actually filmed, and this content is being used by 8 veterinary schools.
“The 3D video education method is clearly sustainable.”
Because it looks three-dimensional, the effect of learning is clear. 3D video teaching method has proven to be the most effective
#Surgery education platform for veterinarians VETERFLIX
VETERFLIX is growing more than 200% every year. You can study in advance at Betterflix and practice to your heart's content at the Songdo seminar room. This is because medical education combined with practical training is the trend.
We already have content to launch in 8 English-speaking countries. We also plan to go public in order to show the growth potential of our business model. 3D Medivision's goal is to help doctors view surgical procedures in 3D and remotely share them with people in other areas.
You can feel as if you are in the same space as an actual operating room, and you can see the surgical field of view like a surgeon. Surgflix.com is the world's first educational surgical 2 DHD and 3D video sharing platform. We are operating GLOVAL VETERFLIX, a global site for surgical education for veterinarians around the world.
“If you don't practice, it's useless. A hands-on course is a must for training.”
Practice is possible at the training center located in Songdo. VGTC stands for Veterflix Global Training Center and is the largest retraining center in Asia.
# Practical training center located in Songdo
An investment company called Notus is conducting clinical reagents using experimental animals. We have a seminar room where veterinarians or veterinary students can actually practice with IOCC-approved laboratory animals. It was completed at the end of last year and started the first hands-on course in May of this year. Structure of re-training at VGTC in Songdo after studying with 3D images. This is the goal of 3D Medivision's educational platform.
Now, the era in which surgical methods of doctors around the world are shared with 3D surgical images does not seem so far away. At the heart of it is 3D Medivision.
Source : 수의사뉴스투데이(http://www.vetnewstoday.com) (kr)
| Held the 11th Medical Device Innovation Seminar 'The Importance of Medical Device Practice'
| From open surgery to minimally invasive and emergency room implementation...Medtronic 'MIC'
| OTT for experts and practice, 3D Medivision 'VGTC'
| Government, Incheon Establishment of a large-scale education center around Seongnam
Above all, the medical equipment practice and education infrastructure, where skill is important, is expanding to online using 3D cameras as well as upgrading facilities.
The government is also planning to invest budget to open a wide-area domestic medical device education and training support center in Seongnam-si, Gyeonggi-do and Incheon Metropolitan City by 2025.
The Bastian Foundation held the 11th Medical Device Innovation Seminar on the 27th. At this seminar, held under the theme of 'importance of medical device practice', Kim Kyung-min, director of the Medtronic Innovation Center, a Korean research center of Medtronic, a global medical device company, and 3D operating a 3D camera-based veterinary training center 'VGTC' Medivision CEO Kijin Kim introduced the importance of medical device education and the current status of medical device education by each company.
From laparotomy to minimally invasive, emergency room implementation... Medtronic's 'MIC'
MIC stands for Medtronic Innovation Center and is a medical device R&D and education center operated by Medtronic, a global medical device company, in Songdo, Korea.
It provides training programs for medical personnel to use medical devices correctly, provides solutions using Medtronic products, and provides training programs to enhance the understanding and competency of internal employees.
The center is composed of Wet Lab for open and minimally invasive surgery training, Hybrid Lab for radiation equipment training, ICU Lab for emergency situations, and Surgical Synergy Lab for orthopedic-related medical device training.
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Kim Kyung-min, head of the center, said, "Most medical field education is conducted on an apprenticeship basis, so it is true that a limited practice environment is provided for intern or resident level medical staff. Education programs are being linked,” he explained.
According to the head of the center, over 2,550 medical staff visited the center last year, and the center provided 151 educational programs.
Connection of OTT and practice for professionals only, 3D Medivision 'VGTC'
3D Medivision, a developer of a 3D imaging technology-based veterinary education platform, is operating an online/offline convergence education model through the development of 3D imaging devices, its own OTT platform, and connection with domestic and foreign educational institutions such as the VGTC, a research center dedicated to practice.
'VETERFILX', a self-developed medical OTT platform, was developed for the purpose of veterinary education.
CEO Kim Ki-jin said that such virtual environment theoretical education leads to practical training in the company's training center, VGTC. He also added that this includes the company's values of expanding the apprentice-style, educator-centric education system.
CEO Kim explained, “The form of medical education we are pursuing is trainee-centered,” and “This has led to the development of a platform that can use medical devices and review the educational contents without time and space constraints and continue to practice.”
Medical device education... and essential element for localization tasks
One of the key factors in the localization of medical devices in Korea is education. This is because, by using domestic medical devices in the education stage, it is possible to naturally lead to the entry of domestic medical devices in the clinical field.
Accordingly, related ministries such as the Ministry of Health and Welfare and the Korea Health Industry Promotion Agency (KHIDI), among the consortium of domestic medical device competitiveness enhancement projects, in June this year, selected Incheon Metropolitan City (Incheon Technopark) and Seongnam City, Gyeonggi Province (Seongnam Industry Promotion Agency), a local government in charge of education and training support centers for domestic medical devices. was selected as
Seongnam-si, Gyeonggi-do and Incheon Metropolitan City, which were selected for the regional-type domestic medical device education and training support center project, will receive 12.5 billion won each for 5 years, △Operation of education/training programs for physicians and medical associations, etc. △Establishment of infrastructure for medical device suitability assessment △ Permanent exhibitions of domestic medical device products will be held.
Source : 히트뉴스(http://www.hitnews.co.kr) (kr)
Veterinary Nurses Association and VetterFlix Business Partnership…Animal Hospital Coordinator Seminar Starts
Practical Course for Animal Hospital Coordinator <Basic> first lecture was a success.
Founded in August, the Korea Veterinary Nurses Association (KVNA, Chairman Kim Soo-yeon, left in the photo) signed a business partnership with 3D Medivision Co., Ltd. (CEO Kim Ki-jin, right in the photo), which operates Betterflix, a veterinary professional education service, and started a working-basic seminar on animal hospital coordinator.
The seminar, the first official event of the Korea Veterinary Nurses Association, was organized to "improve quality," one of the founding purposes of the KVNA.
The Animal Hospital Coordinator Course-Basic Seminar will be held in Seoul every Sunday for a total of four weeks from September 18 (Sun). It covers all the basics of animal hospital CS practice (part 1) and animal hospital administrative practice (part 2).
The first seminar held on the 18th (Sunday) confirmed that students had a high academic fever enough to participate in the local area.
Organizers and participants of the seminar agreed, "As animal health workers are conducted as a national qualification test, it is necessary to systemize them through professional education to meet their roles and expectations."
He then urged attention, saying, "Through education, services in hospitals can be systematized and customer satisfaction can be induced, which can also lead to an increase in animal hospital sales."
Kim Soo-yeon, president of the Korea Veterinary Nurses Association, explained the reason for holding the animal hospital coordinator seminar, saying, "In order for animal health workers to gain trust as professionals, they should study harder and generalize and systemize their professional knowledge with all members."
He also added, "We will establish long-term goals and strategies together through business partnerships with 3D Medivision Co., Ltd., which has specialized in veterinary education for a long time."
The two organizations plan to continue to cooperate in the future, including holding seminars for in-depth courses.
Kim Ki-jin, CEO of 3D Medivision Co., Ltd., said, "The partnership with the Korea Associaticcon of Veterinary Nurse Workers is an expansion of a new number of related education markets called animal health worker education," adding, "Based on this, we will plan education more efficiently and systematically and contribute to the development of animal health."
Sources : https://www.dailyvet.co.kr/news/industry/172454(KR)
Partnering meetings with American veterinary schools such as 3D Medivision and the University of Pennsylvania
[Financial News] 3D MediVision announced on the 11th that it participated in the "AVMA Convention 2022" and held partnering meetings with the University of Pennsylvania and other U.S. veterinary colleges.
The "AVMA Convention 2022" is an event organized by the American Veterinary Association, which consists of 100,000 veterinarian members, and more than 7,000 people attended, including industry experts, veterinary colleges, and global pet-related companies. In particular, various companies such as Beringer, Merck, Hills, and Idex, as well as Joetis, the world's No. 1 animal drug company, have prepared 300 booths.
3DMedivision, the only Korean company to attend, drew attention by introducing Vet-TV based on Veterflix, a 3D medical education video platform needed for veterinary schools in the United States.
Last year, as the global version of Veterflix obtained the AAVSV's approval for training education (RACE) for the first time in Korea, it was requested to partner with a number of U.S. veterinary colleges, including the University of Pennsylvania. In the future, follow-up meetings will be held to supply Vet-TV based on Veterflix.
RACE is a compulsory training course for renewal of U.S. veterinarian qualifications and is an essential course for approval of CE-CREDIT, which covers about 133. Currently, 3DMedivision is in the process of approving the eligibility to provide CE-CREDIT for all contents of Global Veterflix.
In addition, the discussion on partnering with online CE education companies to provide veterinary medical education content programs has been successfully completed.
"Through this event, we confirmed the actual demand for veterinary education platforms at many U.S. veterinary colleges and discussed partnering," a company official said. "We plan to expand global Veterflix's overseas market share through follow-up meetings."
"As domestic sales increase by producing high-quality 3D content based on VGTC, the largest in Asia and the first number of education and training centers in Korea, overseas sales are expected in the second half of this year," he said. "In addition, we will speed up preparations for listing on the KOSDAQ."
Source : https://www.fnnews.com/news/202208111042265946 (kr)
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The AVMA Convention event, which had been suspended for a while due to COVID-19, was held in Philadelphia. The event was also held online at the same time.
I attended the event for a specific purpose, and sharing the contents and atmosphere of AVMA's event seems to be meaningful to DailyBet readers, and I contribute to the observation because it will help establish the direction of business development in related industries.
AVMA is the American Veterinary Association. It can be seen as an organization like the Korean Veterinary Society (KVMA).
AVMA stands for "We are AVMA, This is our passion. This is our profession. This is the AVMA" and consists of about 100,000 veterinarian members.
The basic objectives of AVMA are as follows.
1. Protect the main issues and rights and interests of veterinarians while enhancing their medical service capabilities.
2. It is in charge of licensing educational programs to improve the quality of veterinary medical care.
3. Provide related products and services to promote veterinarians' business success or medical service opportunities.
4. Raise the status of veterinarians by informing the general public how important and diverse they are.
It is part of this purpose that Seoul National University's College of Veterinary Medicine has been certified by AVMA and qualified as a veterinary education college to become a U.S. veterinarian.
AVMA Convention 2022 ran from July 29 to August 2 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia.
The total number of registered people was 8,000 (1,000 online), and there was a lot of time to obtain CE credit.
Celebrities' Key Note speeches are held every day, and most of the sessions take place in the large meeting room above. Lectures are held in more than a dozen meeting rooms, so you can select and listen to the necessary sessions.
In addition, in the large space called CE theater, there was a lot of time for sponsoring companies to explain their products. Perhaps because various prizes and products were provided, the number of participants was quite large.
From the perspective of the company, it is an excellent means to directly provide product information to potential customers and receive contacts to continue marketing in the future.
About 300 companies participated in the exhibition hall, and 3D MediVision was the only Korean company. I think there will be a psychological burden on distance, and the number of participating companies is expected to increase considering the intensifying marketing environment.
It is a little short of the size of the WVC in Las Vegas and the VMX in Florida, but there was still a solid aspect of the representation of the veterinary society called AVMA. Therefore, it seems that it is worth considering participating in market research for veterinary related companies to enter the United States. Although they did not participate in the booth, there were two Korean companies that visited the site to explore the market. Next year's AVMA Convention 2023 will be held in Denver in July, so interested companies can review it.
Many drug companies such as Beringer Ingelheim, Joetis, and Merck participated, and feed companies such as Hills, Royal Canin, equipment companies such as Idex, as well as animal hospital chains such as Banfield participated.
3D MediVision introduced the 3D veterinary video Vet-TV service required by the U.S. Veterinary College, which was well received and promised the next meeting with several universities, including the University of Pennsylvania. In addition, the desired purpose of participating in the event was achieved by discussing the provision of programs with several online CE education companies.
Source : www.dailyvet.co.kr/news/academy/170324 (kr)
Conducted for 2 days at Songdo VGTC… Attendees and Instructors both satisfied
Medical edu-tech company 3D MediVision’s (CEO Kijin Kim) Veterlix (veterflix.com) hosted a successful veterinary anesthesiology hands-on course with Seoul National University’s Anesthesiology and Pain Management Department previously, and continued the winning streak with a successful fracture repair hands-on course.
Last May, the anesthesiology clinical training course was held at VGTC (Veterflix Global Training Center), Korea’s best veterinary clinical training/education center. The wet-lab was conducted under IACUC approval, and received overall satisfactory feedback from the attendees.
This fracture repair technique hands-on course held in VGTC, was instructed and co-hosted with Seoul National University’s College of Veterinary Medicine’s Ortho and Neuro professor, Dr. Byoung-jae Kang.
Through the 16th~17th of July, attendees participated in the wet-lab in a team of 2. With fracture repair specialists instructing each table, and graduate students assisting, the training was conducted much like an honors course. Attendees ranged from 1st year veterinarians with little experience to much experienced chief veterinarians with private practices. Plates, drills, portable X-ray devices, and lead-less radiation suits were one of the many pieces of equipment used in the course.
This hands-on course’s main instructor, Dr. Byoung-jae Kang stated, “Unlike other clinical training courses, the servicing of VOD’s through Veterflix for pre-training prep was the key aspect allowing participants to focus only on the hands-on part of the training.”
He continued, “2 days may have been a short time, and yet I was able to feel satisfaction with seeing the doctors improve with skill and passion during that time.”
Attendees of this hands-on course commented, “There hasn’t been much opportunities for this type of training domestically, so we’ve had to travel abroad, but this course matched the high quality of those overseas.”, “There was no language barrier, allowing smoother and more effective learning compared to overseas training opportunities.”, “Being able to conduct procedures that I’ve only seen on video with my own two hands allowed this experience to be that much more valuable.”, “Professional instructors’ tips and experience-based knowledge really made this opportunity special.”
Veterflix announced, “Last anesthesiology course and this fracture repair course was prepared after thorough research of how clinical wet-labs were provided globally. We look forward to returning with high quality general surgery and radiography courses to provide to domestic veterinarians in need of better practice and education.
This fall, Veterflix plans to provide a variety of training opportunities including, but not limited to orthopedics, general surgery, and radiography.
16th Busan Content Market, "movie for dog", dog conference was held
The video content festival (BIC4Dog) for dogs was held for the first time at the 16th ‘Busan Contents Market (BCM) 2022’ sponsored by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and Busan Metropolitan City.
It is said that it has discovered a differentiated content field with the concept of ‘a country where dogs are happy, a dog-friendly city of Busan’.
First, the ‘Movie for Dog’ program was held in the square in front of the BEXCO Convention Hall, where you can enjoy video content for dogs. In partnership with Happy Dog TV, a video specially produced for the dog's sight and hearing was broadcast for three days during the event.
At the Movie Po Dog venue, a dedicated booth was set up for guardians and dogs to watch the video together, with a one-person sofa, a low-light stand, a TV, a bowel pad, and a pad dedicated to dogs, so that they can watch the video comfortably with their dogs.
A special wall containing dog characters has also been produced so that citizens can leave "certification shots."
>Hold a conference under the theme of 'Watching dog media'
>Korean Veterinary Medical Association, Sennagae Production Team, etc. Attendance
On the 9th, the second day of the event, a "Pet Dog Conference" related to watching the media of dogs was also held, drawing attention.
Veterinary society officials, including Korean Veterinary Association President Huh Joo-hyung and Busan City Veterinary Association President Lee Young-rak, as well as companion animal behavior correction experts and media researchers, gathered to discuss dog cognition, behavior, and media use behavior.
EBS's <No Bad Dog in the World> producers delivered their own experience in producing programs, and Happy Dog TV, which produces video content specializing in dogs, and 3D Medivision, a medical edutech company that produces 3D veterinary education content, introduced dog-related content.
Busan Contents Market Executive Chairman Kwon Man-woo said, “As the number of pet families who treat their pets like family is rapidly increasing, the companion animal content market is expected to grow rapidly in addition to the existing companion animal-related market". And "The showcase will contribute to the spread of mature companion animal culture.”
Meanwhile, the 16th Busan Contents Market was held for three days from June 8 (Wednesday) to 10 (Friday) under the theme of ‘Your Story is Our Story’.
Source : www.dailyvet.co.kr/news/industry/167412 (KR)
Korean Public Quarantine Veterinarian Association (KPQVA) and 3D MediVision will collaborate to create a curriculum to educate public quarantine veterinarians.
Young-kwang Cho, chairman of the Korean Public Quarantine Veterinarian Association, and Kijin Kim, CEO of 3D MediVision, signed an MOU at 3D MediVision’s office on May 26, 2022.
Veterflix, an education platform for veterinarians, serviced by 3D MediVision, is attracting attention by combining self-developed 3D video technology with various lectures and courses.
Through this agreement, Veterflix will provide members of the KPQVA coupons to purchase their courses at a discounted price. In addition, it plans to prepare courses and events speicifically designed for members of the KPQVA.
As an affiliated association, KPQVA will also introduce and actively promote Veterflix’s services to its members.
“With this agreement, we will increase the capabilities of public quarantine veterinarians and approach the development of veterinary medicine in an enterprising manner,” said San Song, director of external cooperation at KPQVA, who was in charge of managing KPQVA’s side of the agreement.
David Yoo, team manager at Veterflix, said, “It will now be easier to provide quality education to public quarantine officers during their service. We will return with better programs in the future.”
Source : https://www.dailyvet.co.kr/news/association/166844(KR)
Held at Songdo VGTC on May 29th with Seoul National University's anesthesiology
and pain management department
Veterflix (veterflix.com), serviced by 3D MediVision (CEO Kijin Kim), a medical edu-tech company, and Seoul National University's department of anesthesiology and pain management collaborated to host a clinical hands-on course.
The training was held at Songdo VGTC on May 29 (Sun).
The "Veterflix Global Training Center (VGTC)" for veterinary clinical practice education shelters an environment similar to real medical sites such as operating rooms, labs, and conference halls. It boasts a 800㎡ sized wet-lab facility including real-time 3D relay equipment which allows trainees to perform surgery or ultrasound while watching 3D images of demonstrations.
The course taught on this day was "Anesthesia: Let’s do it right!" by Professor In-hyung Lee of Seoul National University. The 1 day course began with a theory lecture that eventually led to dry and wet-lab practice. The wet-lab portion was approved by the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC).
Participants studied the basic concepts of veterinary anesthesia, the structure and use of inhalation anesthesia equipment, how to use ventilators, ECG, Pulse, Pulse Oximetry, Artificial Wave, Capnography, and Spirometry, while they practiced patient soothing, anesthesia introduction, intubation, anesthesia maintenance, and anesthesia depth assessment.
The wet-lab was divided into four groups, and professors and veterinarians from the Department of Anesthesiology and Pain Management at Seoul National University College of Veterinary Medicine were deployed in groups to assist the trainees. A variety of veterinarians, from intern veterinarians who had just graduated from veterinary colleges to heads of animal hospitals, participated in the program.
"As it is our first clinical anesthesia hands-on course, we worked hard to prepare a hands-on course that cannot be experienced anywhere else," Veterflix said. "We will hold various hands-on courses in different fields of veterinary medicine such as surgery, orthopedics, radiology, and dentistry at VGTC in the future."
기사 원문 : https://www.dailyvet.co.kr/news/academy/166837(KR)
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.”