Press Releases

Heidelberg Engineering to relocate US Headquarters to the East Coast

Heidelberg, Germany – Heidelberg Engineering has announced to relocate its US headquarters from Carlsbad, California to Franklin, Massachusetts. The new location on the East Coast will integrate the technical support team currently operating out of Smithfield, Rhode Island and the commercial expertise within the company’s US organization. Heidelberg Engineering is committed to continuously provide best […]

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SPECTRALIS becomes Integral Part of Routine Practice

Hemel Hempstead, UK – Interview with Mark Holloway, optometrist practice owner from Dronfield, near Sheffield, who invested in a Heidelberg Engineering SPECTRALIS just over a year ago Why did you decide to invest in OCT? We were drawn to the SPECTRALIS as our first practice OCT – ease of use and the superb imaging quality […]

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Heidelberg Engineering Academy raises the bar in OCT

Hemel Hempstead, UK – Heidelberg Engineering’s commitment to integrate the advanced eye scanning technology used by astronauts on the International Space Station into High Street practices is strengthened with several recent promotions of in-house experts. The Heidelberg Engineering Academy is actively working to ensure seamless integration of the SPECTRALIS technology into a wide range of […]

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Optometrists in driving seat for primary care role

Hemel Hempstead, UK – Optometrists are in the driving seat for a major role in primary care, with the emergence of autonomous General Practitioner Federations across the country. Due to come into effect in April 2016, the new regime for GP commissioning presents the greatest opportunity for optometrists seen in decades, believes the Heidelberg Engineering […]

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Heidelberg Engineering Awarded Exhibitor of the Year

Hemel Hempstead, UK – Exhibitor of the Year at the Royal College of Ophthalmologists’ Congress in Liverpool was Heidelberg Engineering, promoting its next generation SPECTRALIS OCT2 technology. College President, Carrie MacEwan, awarded the shield at the congress in recognition of the company’s technology and professionalism of presentation. Top of the agenda for many delegates was […]

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Professor Frank G. Holz, MD receives the 2015 Xtreme Research Award from Heidelberg Engineering

Heidelberg, Germany – Heidelberg Engineering’s annual 2015 Xtreme Research Award was presented to Professor Frank G. Holz, MD Chairman and Professor, Department of Ophthalmology at University of Bonn in Germany during the recent award ceremony in Denver, Colorado. Over 11,000 scientists and industry professionals were in the city for the annual Association for Research in […]

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Manchester Leads Research for Screening Diabetic Neuropathy

Hemel Hempstead, UK – Diabetic neuropathy – the most common and costly complication of diabetes leading to foot ulceration and amputation in severe cases – is the subject of a major international ocular research project at the University of Manchester. The £200k, six month project, has significant implications as nerve fibre damage is typically assessed […]

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Heidelberg Engineering Announces 85,000 Hz OCT2
Next Generation SPECTRALIS OCT Module

Hemel Hempstead, UK – New Module Exhibited at American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery, Booth #2139 Heidelberg, Germany – Heidelberg Engineering announces significant improvements to the SPECTRALIS® OCT2 Module. The OCT2 Module brings the next generation OCT technology to the SPECTRALIS diagnostic imaging platform. It combines a high scan rate with Heidelberg Engineering’s proprietary […]

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Heidelberg Engineering launches Connect Investment Club

Hemel Hempstead, UK – The new SPECTRALIS Connect Investment Club, was launched by Heidelberg Engineering at Optrafair, is set to bring cost savings and to facilitate access to the most advanced eye scanning technology. All purchasers of SPECTRALIS OCT and Heidelberg Engineering’s upgradeable platform are eligible to join the club, which brings great benefits, as […]

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