Webinar collection March-April 2020

Webinar collection March-April 2020

Webinar collection March-April 2020

This 2020 tested us, but it has brought up the big desire for cooperation and integration between our company and our partners.

As previously written, the experience of the webinars held during the lockdown period was for us all inspiring and enriching at the same time.

We continue to receive positive feedback, active participation in discussions and various suggestions from: doctors, partners, customers and distributors.

Our newsletters dedicated to the replies of the webinars showed the validity of the contents and the appreciation from the public that follows us with such enthusiasm. Precisely for this reason, we created this collection of all the webinars held between March-April 2020.

As Sales & Marketing Manager Davide Maddalozzo said: “Nothing will ever be as before, let’s try together to make something better than before.

Here below you find all the links to the webinars, otherwise check out our YouTube channel.

Adaptica For Alaska Blind Child Discovery Charitable

Speaker: Dr. Robert Arnold
Language: English
Duration: 52 min

From Red Reflex to Videorefraction

Speaker: Mario Angi
Language: English
Duration: 44 min

Advanced Refractive Technologies: from Mobile Vision Clinic to Daily Practice

Speaker: Dr. Harbir Sian
Language: English
Duration: 45 min

Adaptica for Eyes For the World Charitable

Speaker: Dr. Koen Van Pottelbergh
Language: English
Duration: 37 min

Machine Based Vision Screening: How Photo Screeners have helped my practice

Speaker: Dr. Carlos M. Chua
Language: English
Duration: 31 min

EyeROBO: The Revolution in the Eye Care System

Speaker: Dr. Ivan Capraro
Language: English
Duration: 46 min

La valutazione Clinica nello Sport Vision

Speaker: Dr.  Chanda Cavallini
Language: Italian
Duration: 53 min

A new technology to prevent visual impairments in schoolar age kids in Uzbekistan

A new technology to prevent visual impairments in schoolar age kids in Uzbekistan

A new technology to prevent visual impairments in schoolar age kids in Uzbekistan

November 2019 – current – As a first appointment of a city’s visual impairment’ prevention program in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, last 20th November Saif Optima, a leading eye-care clinic in Tashkent, and its doctors conducted for the first time the screening of 241 kids (from 6 to 8 years old) at School 166. The screening was performed in 3 hours directly inside the school facilities, by using the mobile and portable binocular videorefractometer called KALEIDOS.

Ophthalmologists in Uzbekistan are aware of the importance of an early scholar age screening to detect visual impairments, refractive errors and amblyogenic factors. Since November, Dr. Gulchekhra Nazarova and her colleagues from Saif Optima have screened over 700 young children in 3 different outreach school projects (kids between 6 and 15 years old) in Tashkent and referred an average of 48 percent for additional eye examinations (refractions deviations). Of the identified deviations, more than 60% were children with a newly diagnosed pathology with a low level of deviation of refraction.

These screening are the result of a partnership between Saif Optima and the local institutions in Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan with over 2.4 million people and around 100.000 scholar age students. The project aimed at increasing the quality and availability of education services for students with visual impairments and to make families and parents aware of the importance of an eye screening in early age. One of the main objectives of the partnership is the detection and prevention of eye diseases at an early stage. In addition to outreach school projects, Saif Optima has implemented its services by providing an entry-level eye screening for all the patients and not (kids, adults and elderly) who enter the clinic. That, just few days after the implementation, has allowed the screening of around 50 adults, 38% of whom have been referred for additional testing. This had been possible by placing one KALEIDOS unit at the entrance of the clinic, and by offering a 3″ automatic eye check, with possibility to receive a complete binocular objective refraction, in combination with an amblyogenic factors screening, with no age or phenotype limitation.

“For the first time in Uzbekistan, we used a 2WIN binocular portable refractometer in Kaleidos configuration. The device is convenient and easy to use. It became possible to determine refractive deviations in a large number of subjects in a short period of time outside a specialized clinic. It became possible to examine young children, what was previously difficult. Using the device allows us to avoid medical expansion of the pupils. Also, the practice of our clinic showed that 2WIN gives a more accurate picture when determining astigmatism, which coincides with the keratometric data of the topographer in comparison with autorefractometers” says Dr. Nazarova. During 2020 the project is to continue with regular school screenings and to stably implement KALEIDOS into procedures of both Saif Optima’s owned clinics, by also introducing the new anterior segment screening function and by becoming the first cloud-based screening clinic in Uzbekistan.

These targets and projects have been temporarily stopped, due to the Uzbekistan national lock-down. The responsible of the project, Mr Vyacheslav Mokretsov, is confident that the KALEIDOS technology will ease the restart of the project “The system is portable, automatic and it guarantees the complete functionality also at more than 1m safety distance (patient-operator distance Ed.). The technology will allow us to continue both the outreach programs and the internal screenings in safety conditions, for the patients and for our operators when the lock-down will be over”.

Thank you for the participation to our Adaptica Webinar Series

Thank you for the participation to our Adaptica Webinar Series

Thank you for the participation to our Adaptica Webinar Series

Dear all,

the major of Milan, during the most critical days of the lockdown said “Nothing will ever be as before, let’s see if we can make something better than before”

This 2020 has been, for most of us and most of our businesses, very challenging and obliged us to reconsider all our plans and our business behaviours.

However, what has been very touching in the recent period is that, despite “physical distance”, people have become “social closer”, which is very encouraging and also in line with the ethics and the vision of our company and of most of our partners.

For that reason, we are so happy for your outstanding reaction and active participation to our Adaptica Webinar Series, which was initially thought as an alternative digital promotion, while it has become, webinar by webinar, speaker by speaker, an occasion to mutually share and gain experiences coming from all the lectures, questions and comments.

With more than 1000 registered people from more than 60 countries, 14 international webinars, and more than 800 minutes live, we proudly thank everybody who has contributed to these events. Starting from all our committed distributors and local partners, who supported their promotion, to all the international speakers, with interesting and valuable contents, and, especially, to all of you, who followed our initiative with such a great involvement.

It has been a pleasure to see how positively you all reacted and how you are dealing with the situation despite all your daily challenges.

We love to think that our webinar might have given you some useful suggestion for your practices and that you might consider the cooperation with us as a key point of your kick-off after lockdown, and we sincerely hope you will be following us while we will keep sharing with you our contents and our experiences through our social media and our website.

– Davide Maddalozzo
Sales & Marketing Manager

Adaptica joins the IAPB Standard List

Adaptica joins the IAPB Standard List

Adaptica joins the IAPB Standard List

The International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness (IAPB) is the overarching alliance for the global eye care sector. They have over 150 members worldwide drawn from NGOs and civil society, corporate organisations, professional bodies and research and eye care institutions.

IAPB was founded in 1975 to lead international efforts in blindness prevention activities. The agency works towards a world where no one is needlessly visually impaired, in which everyone has access to the best possible standard of eye health, and eye care is a core part of Universal Health Coverage.

Each year the organization lists a certain number of suggested suppliers and equipment that are recommended to IAPB’s members for their projects, the so-called IAPB Standard List. The Standard List / Valued Supplier Scheme is a great platform to source and compares eye health products and technologies.

The List provides a carefully evaluated range of technologies from valued and trusted suppliers. All the products listed score well against strict assessment criteria and are worthy of consideration when deciding which product to purchase.

We are delighted and proud to announce that Adaptica and Kaleidos plus have been listed in the IAPB Standard List / Valued Supplier Scheme 2020. This is a great opportunity for Adaptica to explore even more cooperation with NGOs worldwide.

Check the product and the supplier page below:



Onesight screening campaign in Cambodia

Onesight screening campaign in Cambodia

Onesight screening campaign in Cambodia

Why Kaleidos is a unique technology for objective refraction to speed up the measurement in screening projects

OneSight -one of Adaptica’s partners- and one of the most important independent nonprofit  organizations providing access to quality vision care and glasses in underserved communities worldwide, uses Kaleidos in many of its clinics, especially those in rural areas. Last year’s clinic in Cambodia is a perfect example of the usage of Kaleidos in screening projects.

“It’s an objective way of measuring the patient’s refractive error. The device is tablet-controlled and all the patient does is look into the tube, and the system will automatically make readings of both eyes simultaneously and take some other measurements which are necessary for the manufacturing of glasses.”

Kaleidos is a cutting-edge technology. It is a fully portable and automatic objective refractometer and vision analyzer that, in just 3 seconds, measures the refraction of both eyes and discovers other ocular impairments providing a screening of amblyogenic factors. It is light-independent, so it can be used in any environmental light condition.

Cambodia, located in the heart of Southeast Asia, bordering Thailand, Laos, and Vietnam, is a beautiful country full of temples and stunning landscapes. The population there faces incredible challenges daily, with more than 10% of the population living below the poverty line and over 40% of Cambodians earning $2 per day. Cambodia has an estimated population of 12 million people, 85% of whom live in rural areas. With a blindness prevalence rate of 1.2%, an estimated 180,000 people are blind. The main causes of blindness are cataract, uncorrected refractive error and glaucoma. 90% of blindness is avoidable, 79% is curable, and 11% is preventable. On top of that, Cambodia has one of the lowest numbers of eye care specialists per capita in the world.

From May 20 – 24, OneSight hosted a clinic in the rural Ampov Prey Commune of Cambodia, providing free eye exams and glasses to nine local villages in partnership with Khmer Sight Foundation and Essilor Vision Foundation. They were able to serve nearly 1,300 patients in just five days.

Due to the unique challenges presented by the geographic location of the clinic, OneSight decided to take on an agile kitting approach, which uses lighter, more portable equipment to reach remote areas faster and more efficiently. Typically, a clinic this size would require a dozen pallets of equipment to be transported to the site. With their innovative approach, they were able to pack an entire clinic into one pallet of supplies. It’s devices such as Kaleidos that make these nimble kits possible, giving volunteers the ability to screen more patients in a short period of time.

Here it’s what Jenny Harnett, OneSight Program Manager, said about the device:

“Adaptica’s Kaleidos has been a wonderful addition to our OneSight programs around the globe. It’s incredibly easy to transport and operate, patients love the fun and interactive experience, and our optometrists have great confidence in the readings. This innovative technology helps us deliver faster, higher quality care to more people, bringing us closer to our goal to help the world see.”

The team was composed of 50 members (including 27 OneSight team members, seven employees from  local partner, Khmer Sight Foundation, and 16 local volunteers who assisted with translation.) In just five days, they were able to see precisely 1,263 patients, providing nearly 1,100 pairs of glasses to those in need.

Kaleidos can be a crucial device for screening projects to shorten measurement time and increase the number of screenings. With thousands of patients already screened across dozens of projects, OneSight certainly knows how to make the most of Kaleidos to support its mission to eradicate the vision care gap around the world.

We are happy to inform that Adaptica joins the IAPB Standard List
The Standard List / Valued Supplier Scheme 2020 is a great platform to source and compare eye health products and technologies.

Safety during Covid and post Covid crisis

Safety during Covid and post Covid crisis

Safety during Covid and post Covid crisis

Why Adaptica’s devices are the perfect ophthalmic instruments to perform measurement in safety.

The American Academy of Ophthalmology is continuously sharing and updating important ophthalmology-specific information related to Covid-19.

This highly contagious virus leads mainly to severe respiratory issues, but several reports suggest that it can cause a mild follicular conjunctivitis and possibly be transmitted by aerosol contact with conjunctiva. It is therefore important for eyecare specialists to protect mouth, nose and eyes and be particularly careful with the disinfection practices already in use to prevent office-based spread of other viral pathogens – before and after every patient encounter.

More specifically, in the recommended protocols when seeing a patient (published by AAO) we can read:

1. Utilization

The use of commercially available slit-lamp barriers or breath shields is encouraged, as they may provide a measure of added protection against the virus. These barriers do not, however, prevent contamination of equipment and surfaces on the patient’s side of the barrier, which may then be touched by staff and other patients and lead to transmission. Homemade barriers may be more difficult to sterilize and could be a source of contamination. In general, barriers are not a substitute for careful cleaning of equipment between patients and asking those patients who cough, sneeze, or have flu-like symptoms to wear masks during examination.

2. In the future

To further decrease the risk of any virus transmission, ophthalmologists should inform their patients that they will speak as little as possible during the examinations, and request that the patient also refrain from talking.

3. In-office procedures

For in-office procedures that require close physical proximity to the patient, we recommend the patient wear a surgical mask or a cloth face covering if surgical masks are in short supply, and that the surgeon wear a surgical mask and eye protection. In regions with high prevalence of COVID-19, an N95 mask for the surgeon can be considered when available. The CDC’s recommendations on N95 extended use and/or reuse should be followed.

Taking all of this into consideration, how can Adaptica assist eyecare professionals and patients in this difficult era? It’s very simple: by producing devices that have never needed close proximity between patient and technician.

In order to keep practicing, with the littlest restraints possible, incorporate Kaleidos in your examination routine: you will never need to be at less than 1 meter/6 feet from your patients! With the tablet remote control and the possibility to sanitize the device with alcoholic solutions, Covid-19 will not stop you from taking care of your patients. 

You will be able to perform subjective refraction in the fastest way possible and respecting all sanitary recommendations given by WHO. 

For more information about AAO’s guidelines

For more information about our technology

Webinars serving our customers, distributors and partners

Webinars serving our customers, distributors and partners

Webinars serving our customers, distributors and partners

Dear distributors, partners and collaborators,

In this moment of confinement cause of COVID-19, we took action to create moments of meeting with you. You are important to us and we strongly believe that together we can better face the present and prepare ourselves adequately for the future.

With this in mind, we have scheduled two webinars for each week, including an interesting in-depth column with KOL and renowned Eye care specialists. The duration of the webinars will be 30-40 minutes and the speakers will talk in English, while the AMGO project will be in Italian.

Topics of your interest will be discussed, such as technology, the world of ophthalmology, novelties in ophthalmology, projects with NGOs, posturology and much more. Themes related to the use of our products and useful solutions to creating contexts of interest in various areas and involving different figures in the market. The purpose of these activities is to provide you with tools and materials that allow you to continue operating in your specific markets. Knowing Adaptica better, its strategy, solutions and products will put you in a position to gather all the opportunities and develop in your area. Through the webinars, we would like to give voice to all colleagues who desire to communicate and make our tools known or share their experience.

We would love to know your opinion and we greatly appreciate your proposals on useful topics and experiences to discuss and share together.


We will keep you updated through social media, our website and newsletter. For further information or ideas to propose, send an email to marketing@adaptica.com

Stay tuned!
Covid-19 measures

Covid-19 measures

Covid-19 measures

Dear Customers / Suppliers / Partners,

We would like to inform you that we are doing well and that to date all Adaptica departments are currently working regularly.

Adaptica has adopted all the extraordinary health and safety measures issued by the Italian government to prevent the spread of Covid-19 inside and outside the company.

We are sure that all together, with responsibility and dedication, we will overcome this difficult moment.

We will keep you updated,

Best regards from Adaptica’s staff

See you at MIDO 2020 – 50th edition

See you at MIDO 2020 – 50th edition

See you at MIDO 2020 – 50th edition

This year as well, Adaptica will be at MIDO, the leading international eyewear show.

With 52.000 attendees and more than 1200 exhibitors from all over the world, the next trade event that will take place in Milan, is the best chance to see all our devices and get to know our new proposals. The main one this year is about the placement of KALEIDOS also into the optical stores.

KALEIDOS is an extremely versatile visual analyzer, which provides very accurate refraction analysis, designed to be used by everyone. Imagine the potential of such an attractive instrument to the customers in a daily context of an optical store!
It‘ll generate constant advertising and free marketing to the shop.

All this and much more at MIDO, 50th edition!
To learn more, come and visit our stand at Hall 3, Booth # P21, R20.


We are looking forward to meeting you at MIDO 2020!

Academy 2020 – 2nd edition

Academy 2020 – 2nd edition

Academy 2020 – 2nd edition

The second edition of Adaptica’s Academy took place last week on January 22nd until the 24th in Padua.

We’re very grateful to all the Distributors participating in the meeting and bringing their outcomes of one year working together. Compared to the first edition, the number of participants more than doubled! We also had some special guests who brought their direct experience with our instruments. We deeply thank them for their useful references.

The Academy is becoming a key appointment that contributes to share with our Distributors the strategic guidelines for the new year, update them about new product evolutions and get their precious feedback from the market.

It was very helpful to analyse with them the results of the last marketing plan, as well as to get feedback and insights in order to improve strategies and tools.

After Mr.  Wei’s greetings, our Sales & Marketing Manager Davide Maddalozzo presented Adpatica’s 2020 vision, according to the last market study, and defined the market segments for each product of ours:

2WIN, Kaleidos, VisionFit SC, Refraction System, Aquid, Aquid Chart, CR-App, Keratoconus, EMR, Tablet, O&O, Injectors and CTR.

We are conscious that excellence in innovation and technology needs to be supported by a sound marketing strategy. As promised the previous Academy meeting 2019, the first phase of the creation of the brand building and communication infrastructure was successfully completed. Various communication tools have been created and made available to our Distributors around the world.

As an Arabic saying goes: “What is coming is better than what is gone.”

Together with our Distributors and partners around the world we can build a better world for everyone, everywhere.

See you at the next Academy 2021!

Adaptica on PLAST DESIGN: functionality & aesthetics

Adaptica on PLAST DESIGN: functionality & aesthetics

Adaptica on PLAST DESIGN: functionality & aesthetics

The article published on November issue of PlastDesign is an important confirmation of the design work behind the creation of the Adaptica instrumentation.

Both Kaleidos and his 2WIN brother were designed by Studio Paolo Bacco and are part of the almanac of the best Italian design in ten years.

Reading the article you can understand very well the reason why these products were first classified and the values ​​of the research and development of Adaptica.

We not only pay attention to aesthetics criteria, but we do believe they have to match maximum functionality.

Kaleidos is a great example of affordance design, functionality, and eye-catching aesthetics.

Ergonomic, easy to carry and use, Kaleidos is a portable darkroom for refractometry that operates in any critical condition.

But moreover, thanks to its interesting design, it stimulates curiosity and looks very friendly to users, first of all, children. That makes this tool “especially suitable for pediatric use”, as it is said in ADI Design Index 2019 jurors praise.

In addition to providing accurate refraction data, Kaleidos works perfectly as a marketing tool for eyewear stores because of its modern aspect, due to advanced technology embedded in an attractive and soft design.

Therefore in our website you’ll have either content related to Vision screening, or a section dedicated to Eye care specialists.

To read the full article, click here.

Screening program in Uzbekistan

Screening program in Uzbekistan

Screening program in Uzbekistan

Tashkent is the capital and largest city of Uzbekistan with a population in 2018 of 2,485,900. It is located in the north-east of the country, close to the Kazakhstan border.

Last week, in collaboration with our partner Глазная клиника Saif-Optima, we performed a screening program at School 166 (Школа 166 города Ташкента).
It is incredible to consider that with one Kaleidos it took just 3 hours to perform 241 kids. Was so heartwarming to see all these cute children go ahead, one after the other, getting the test.

We thank our partner, Saf-Optima and the school leaders for the perfect organization. Once we were ready to start the screening program, they had settled the classes and scheduled exactly the spot for all the young students.

Adaptica is involved directly and through its partners or NGOs in screening programs all over the world. We believe it is important to provide accurate, portable, friendly equipment. Kaleidos allows to do that: it is a resilient and long-lasting battery instrument that works perfectly in any light condition. Eye care operators do love it!

Philippines – More screening programs

Philippines – More screening programs

Philippines – More screening programs

Alliance Regional Care (ARC) Hospital – Borough Eye Center

Held last August 30, 2019, this Eye Center was built with cooperation of ARC & Borough, a well-known health facility with four Medical Clinics scattered in Metro Manila. Kaleidos have been featured in some provincial Newspaper Articles in Lapu-Lapu, Cebu (Central Visayas Area) and had given a high recommendation for their screening process.

Good Samaritan Hospital- Nueva Ecija Eye and Laser Center

This institution invited us last August 24 and 27, 2019 for their Sight Saving Month Program and Anniversary demonstration. Knowing beforehand the quality of Kaleidos they decided to use it especially for the accuracy of the exam as well as portability and velocity this instrument provides. In this screening program participated children, adults to uniformed personnel and  travelled Cabanatuan, Nueva Ecija (North East of Luzon).

Maranatha Christian Academy

In cooperation with Calamba Eye Center (Calamba, Laguna/ South Luzon Area) we have screened around 106 elementary students using Adaptica’s refraction system. During the program, by using Kaleidos,  we found out different cases of “HIgh Myopic”, “Astigmatism” and “Anisometropic”.

The screening programs help in a decisive way to detect sight anomalies in an early stage, and this allows interventions which can easily solve a series of problems that otherwise would become difficult to treat.

Philippines – the journey of Kaleidos continues

Philippines – the journey of Kaleidos continues

Philippines – the journey of Kaleidos continues

It is really exciting to work in Philippines, people are so kind and Eye care specialist are empathetic and very well prepared. Recently we have participated in various screening campaigns organized in collaboration with several of our partners. Other new screening programs are being planned.

Adaptica’s vision is to provide accessibility to Eye Care Services to each and every person in the world while our devices are designed to enable eye care specialists to perform screening and eye exam in an easy, fast and accurate way.

Kaleidos is the most suited device to be used for refraction screening programs since it works perfectly in any light condition, and it is accurate, portable, fast and super easy to use.

Male dormitory at Bacoor, Cavite

The screening program involved about 60 orphaned children from the male dormitory, located in Bacoor, Cavite (southern part of Luzon). This project is the result of collaboration between The Fred Hollows Foundation International Philippines  and Qantas Foundation Australia,  along with the partnership of Myopia Control Clinic in Makati, Metro Manila.

Christian Love School

In cooperation with Carmen Abesamis-Dichoso, one of the leading Optometrist in Manila, we participated in another screening program at Christian Love School in Muntinlupa (South of Metro Manila). This time the screening involved 70 kids from kinder to elementary students. In this occasion Kaleidos contributed to detect a different cases of “High Myopic” and “Astigmatism” which are uncomplicated to address if detected in an early stage. 

We strongly believe that technology should contribute to improve people’s life. That’s why we call it Technology for Humanity.

Dennis Norris’s interview at ESCRS 2019

Dennis Norris’s interview at ESCRS 2019

Dennis Norris’s interview at ESCRS 2019


After his lecture during the workshops we held at ESCRS in Paris, we interviewed Dennis Norris, Senior Director of OneSight‘s Global Programming to understand why it is so important for them to use our equipment on the field.

According to Dennis Norris:

“OneSight loves Adaptica products for a variety of reasons the main one would be the portability of the equipment. We go all over the world to many remote areas and it is important for us to ship as little as possible to those areas so we can hand carry our equipment to any location and that really makes us happy so Adaptica equipment allows us to do that. It is very portable, it is very durable, they have long-lasting battery lives and the doctors that we use at our clinic absolutely love the equipment.”

He showed his enthusiasm about the advantages of using our products during OneSight’s projects, especially on the Amazon River project in Brazil.

OneSight’s voluteer were there for a limited time and their goal was to see as many patients as possible and thanks to the quickness and the portability of our devices, they could see almost 900 patients per day.

37° ESCR’s Edition

37° ESCR’s Edition

37° ESCR’s Edition

We are delighted to inform you that ESCRS was a great success. In the coming weeks we will tell you what happened during this wonderful experience.

In the meantime we provide you with some anticipations, stay tuned!

Sight For Africa – COECSA

Sight For Africa – COECSA

Sight For Africa – COECSA

On August the 20th, we participated to Sight for Africa – The Second Eye Health Forum on China-Africa Cooperation held in Kigali, Rwanda. 

The chairman of this convention was Dr. Wei He, founder and President of He Eye Specialist Hospital (HESH) and Board Member of International Council of Ophthalmology (ICO). The co-chairmen were Kgao Legodi, Vice President of International Council of Ophthalmology (ICO) and President of African Ophthalmology Council (AOC) and John Nkurikiye, President of Rwanda Ophthalmology Society.

The main topic of this Summit was to discuss the ways to continously band together for facing the severe situation in the prevention and control of blindness in Africa. 

Our Sales&Marketing Manager, Mr. Davide Maddalozzo had the chance to spoke during this Summit giving a lecture about “Demonstration of Intelligent Medical Equipment”. Adaptica’s equipments can really make the difference, especially in a Continent like Africa where, thanks to the portability of our devices, also people in remote villages can have access to Eye Care Screenings.

Our goal is to provide Eye Care Specialists with the best instruments to perform accurate exams in order to detect and correct eye defects to everyone, everywhere.

We are so proud to take part to this type of events and initiatives. Together we can make the difference! 

ESCRS 2019

ESCRS 2019

ESCRS 2019

ESCRS, the European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons, was founded in 1991 to promote education and research in the field of implant and refractive surgery and to advance and promote the study and practice of ophthalmology. ESCRS seeks to promote and support research in the field of intraocular lens implantation and refractive surgery and the dissemination of the useful results thereof. ESCRS has over 7,500 members from 130 countries world-wide.

Every year, two times a year, an exhibition is held in a different city. This year the 37 th  Congress will take place between the 14-18 September 2019 in Pavilion 7, Paris Expo Porte de Versailles, Paris.
For Adaptica, ESCRS is the most important Exhibition of the year and this time we decided to think big.

This year we will celebrate the 10 years anniversary of our company and, with the occasion, we are proud to share with you many news, our ultimate new design, a big reveal and many surprises.

A new product will be released, a dedicated space will be installed to show the best potentialities of this device. You will have the possibilities to try it in the smallest refraction room you have ever seen. No spoilers, you will discover everything at ESCRS.

We will wait you at our Booth, where we will arrange three workshops about our products and our company. The speakers will be three selected and special KOL.
During the first workshop that will be held on the 14 th of September, our beloved Dr. Mario Angi, Ophthalmologist and President of CMB Italia Onlus will give a lecture about the evolution of the refractive devices “From “Red Reflex” to Videorefraction”.
The 15 th of September we will have the pleasure to host Mr. Dennis Norris, OneSight Senior Director of Global Programming who will talk about the use of our equipment on the field during OneSight’s projects around the world.
The last day of the workshops, the 16 th of September our guest will be Dr. Konstantinos Kakoulidis, M.D., PhD and FEBO of He Vision Group who will have a talk about our Versatile refraction system.

After the workshops you will be our guests for a sparkling aperitif at our booth.

If you want to see the full program or participate to the workshop click the botton below.

Come visit our booth # D 118 f, and stay tuned.