ATS Exhibit Hall: Immerse Yourself in Innovation

The Exhibit Hall opens today. (Photo: R.C. Photographic Productions)

The ATS Exhibit Hall opens its doors with complimentary coffee at 10:30 a.m. today in Halls D-F (Upper Level) Colorado Convention Center. Named one of Trade Show Executive Magazine’s 50 fastest-growing shows of 2014, the ATS 2015 Exhibit Hall features more than 200 exhibiting organizations that can provide attendees a first look at new technology, products, and services. Experts and representatives also will be on hand to provide demonstrations and discuss new research.

Some of the exhibiting organizations that will be featuring new products include NeilMed Pharmaceuticals in Booth 724, which will announce the launch of a pediatric line and ear-care products, and Restorative Therapies in Booth 6215, which will launch RT300-Supine cycle, a product for critical care. RT300-Supine cycle provides early rehabilitation via leg and arm cycling from a bed. It is ideal for use in the ICU and acute rehabilitation settings. The design fits the cycle over and around the bed, allowing RT300 to be brought to the patient. The height is adjustable via a motorized table.

MGC Diagnostics in Booth 334 will announce the release of the Ultima Series CPX and Pulmonary Function system designed to improve patient care by maximizing the technologist/patient interface and improve testing accuracy and workflow. The system has been ergonomically designed to perform exercise tests while standing or pulmonary tests while sitting, with a work area for both.

In Booth 651, MIR—Medical International Research will present two new products: Spirobank II Smart and Spirolab. Spirobank II Smart is an iSpirometry and iOximetry app that includes data transfer to a cloud system for backup or second-opinion facility. Spirolab is a portable desktop spirometer with oximetry option and seven-inch touchscreen. It offers a database for up to 10,000 spirometry tests or 900 hours of oximetry recording coupled with search services.

Bruker BioSpin in Booth 1150 launched the SkyScan 1278 micro-CT system for in vivo X-ray computed tomography. The technology addresses the needs of preclinical imaging scientists who aim to reduce the radiation dose used in animal studies while maintaining image quality. As part of the development, Bruker has created a new micro-CT spatial beam shaper, which reduces the absorbed dose by up to five times while maintaining quality image output.

PneumaCare in Booth 220 will show its Thora-3Di imaging device featuring Structured Light Plethysmography technology. New this year, representatives will share a compact version, which gives the same results and outputs as the Thora-3Di but can be transported as a portable device, which enables its use in more remote areas.

In Booth 639, Boston Scientific Corporation will showcase its Ultraflex Tracheobronchial Partially Covered Stent System. In its updated form, the stent has a silicone covering and is provided to customers sterile.

Grab Lunch at Bistro ATS
After visiting with exhibiting organizations, grab a bite at the Bistro ATS, which provides a comfortable café setting for attendees to eat, meet, and network with colleagues and fellow attendees from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. in the Exhibit Hall. Bistro ATS offers an all-inclusive delicious buffet-style lunch with a variety of soups, salads, entrees, seasonal vegetables, side items, desserts, and beverages. Tickets, which are $23 each, are available at the Bistro ATS entrance in Hall D or at the Bistro ATS desk at Registration located in Lobby B (Street Level) Colorado Convention Center.

Exhibit Hall Hours
Sunday:                                   10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday:                                 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Tuesday:                                 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The ATS Center in Booth 725 is open during these hours.