Next stop, R&D is digital – AI is the tool to digitize R&D
16:15 – 16:55
Gernot Eggen is currently heading the R&D organization within the imaging chain cluster at Philips Image-Guided Therapy. He’s also responsible for software engineering at IGT. The two roles are an ideal combination in which his passion for innovating and (disruptive) software technologies flourishes. Since the early days, he’s been an advocate for software modeling, model-based testing and artifact generation. In 2019, he started to apply AI in R&D settings.
Patrick Bronneberg is a tech-savvy department manager. In the past 14 years, he’s worked at Philips in roles from software engineer to software architect and department manager. In his career, he’s contributed to embedded software for imaging devices, algorithm development for in-vitro diagnostics, cloud platforms for population health, IoT for personal health and now machine learning. As a department manager, he gets energized by initiating improvements – typically, by focusing on technical excellence and adoption of the newest technologies.
Senior director imaging chain cluster at Philips IGT Systems
Technical department manager display software at Philips IGT Systems