Council’s efforts to support innovative ideas by industry and academia, Chairman PEC


The Innovation & Entrepreneurship Committee (I&EE), Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC) organized a seminar titled as ‘Innovations in Healthcare’. Alsons Group of Industries, a leading industrial group in Pakistan collaborated the event, sponsored by Systems Limited, the premier technology organization in Pakistan, with a track record of over 45 years of providing successful solutions to complex business problems under digital, data, cloud and business process outsourcing. 

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The guest speaker David J. Howard, a known medical professor and technologist travelled to Pakistan from UK.
Mr. Howard gave a detailed presentation on latest innovations in medical sciences, biomedical engineering and devices.He also shared his global experience as regards new needs and requirements in the field of health care systems in the developing countries. 

Chairman Pakistan Engineering Council Engr. Najeeb Haroon, Chairman Alsons Group Mr. Abdul Rehman Allana, Dr. Bhawany Shankar Chaudhry, a HEC Distinguished Professor and Mr. Ashraf ul Kabir, Senior Vice President, Engineering, Systems Limited participated the seminar.
Mr. Ashraf ul Kabir from Systems Limited highlightes the market and technology trends present in the healthcare sector and the contributions done by Systems Limited in terms of expertise and solutions to healthcare clients globally. “Systems Limited is working tremendously and in depth in the healthcare sector by leveraging data in each stage of the whole pharma process using data analytics,” said Mr. Ashraf ul Kabir.
Chairman PEC Engr Haroon shared the council’s efforts to support innovative ideas by the industry and academia and informed the moot about resolving issues of engineering community and the industry.

Mr Allana shared his experience how his industry started manufacturing biomedical devices and became the very first Pakistani company to produce locally manufactured device.

The moot was participated by Secretary Planning & Development, Special Secretary Health, CEO Ignite, officials from DRAP, professors from NUST and other engineering,  universities, NESCOM, doctors and medical technologists.

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