Last October, an event sponsored by Roche Farma connected over 400 experts in non-Hodgkin´s lymphoma from Spain and North America
Grupo Secuoya is present in all types of audiovisual solutions and services and sets no limits in terms of sectors or areas. In this line of services, the broadcasting group has undertaken an ambitious event in the health field – it has held the largest interactive online meeting on how to deal with non-Hodgkin´s lymphoma. Roche Farma and the multi-conference “Foro conectado” were partners for this event, held last October 16. The forum underwent an evolutionary leap, as it was designed by Grupo Secuoya so that all participating venues would be able to exchange their views. This is the largest videoconference that has ever taken place in our country in the field of Hematology.
As part of the company’s innovative approach to pharmaceutical companies, Grupo Secuoya has become both the liaison and the organiser of an event that bought together over 400 hematologists from eleven Spanish cities and one American city, all connected live online. The latest audiovisual technology at the service of cancer research is vital in order to progress in biomedical techniques. According to the president of the Spanish Society of Hematology and Hemotherapy, and moderator of “Foro conectado”, Dr. Jose Maria Moraleda, “the tools provided by new technologies allow more and better scientific information to be distributed.” In this regard, Dr. Moraleda said the event carried out by Secuoya “is an example of how technological innovation allows us to exchange experiences and knowledge, resulting in improved treatment quality and efficiency of the health system.”
“Foro conectado” consisted of a meeting via videoconference involving eleven offices located in various Spanish cities and a special guest from Tampa (USA). In the execution, carried out by the company “Novigo” (Grupo Secuoya), all flows were produced and transported in high definition through a system based on a cloud of twelve remote clients, who received and sent audio and video to a virtual MCU system in cloud. This MCU acted as a matrix ANY to ANY, combining and forwarding all necessary source signals.