Workspace Solutions for Hospitals

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See how our intuitive workspace solutions are helping healthcare staff connect with superior imaging that empowers the workforce and improves patient and visitors experience.

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All your hospital workspace imaging needs covered

Sony is the leading supplier of AV/IT solutions to users and institutions across a wide variety of sectors including hospitals and universities. Our solutions include PTZ cameras, professional Bravia displays and projectors for a wide range of applications, enabling better visibility and availability of visual information where it is needed.

Visualisation solutions for ICUs and ORs

Are you looking for a visualization solutions in Intensive Care Units and temporarily converted ORs? Combining our 4K PTZ cameras with our smart IP Imaging platform, we bring you a remote observation solution that allows doctors and nursing teams to watch patients remotely reducing infection risks.

Nursing staff looking at ICU room on her monitor from an office
Students in a auditorium looking at surgery in progress on a projector

Bring the students into the OR, remotely and safely

Medical students have traditionally observed live surgery at first hand. While the current environment makes ‘in person’ teaching impractical, our visual solutions give students in a lecture theatre or auditorium a safe view of live surgical procedures – with the same clarity experienced by the surgeons and their teams in the OR.

Improve sharing and collaboration for healthcare professionals

Safety precautions have made hospitals re-think engagement between consultants, patients and other clinical team members. Our networked video solutions enhance collaboration, allowing healthcare professionals to share surgical footage, DICOM images from PACS and other visual content in meeting rooms or via remote conferencing links.

People in a meeting room looking a Bravia professional display on the wall showing quad split screen views of surgery in progress and patient vital data.