More than 100 international exhibitors are slated to present products and concepts for individuals with disabilities and those requiring care at the Integration.Life.Society. (ILS), International Trade and Event Fair with Congress April 23 to 25. The event is scheduled to be held at the ZAO Expocentr in Moscow, Russia.
A recent news release notes that Messe Düsseldorf and its Russian subsidiary OOO Messe Düsseldorf Moscow organized the ILS product portfolio, which is geared towards the needs of the Russian market. The portfolio is intended to provide individuals with disabilities or those in need of care, health care professionals, caregivers, and family members with a comprehensive overview of assistive technologies, concepts, therapies, and leisure activities.
The release reports that exhibitors from Belgium, China, Finland, Taiwan, and Russia are expected to participate in the event, as well as multiple Russian representatives of international companies including Titan Deutschland, AAT Antriebstechnik and AACURAT. Germany-based companies including Otto Bock Healthcare, Invacare, and Meyra-Ortopedia will also be represented.
According to the release, exhibit categories will encompass everyday aids for private households, body care, hygiene, and age-adjusted living. The event will also provide attendees topics such as mobility, housing and living, and security and monitoring systems. Attendees will be offered information about education and professional training, physiotherapy and ergotherapy, orthopedic aids, and medical care. The release notes that the event will also showcase assistive apparel and protective equipment for leisure, sports, and recreation. A cultural and sports program will also be provided during the 3-day trade fair, with the accompanying congress addressing key rehabilitation and care issues.
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Source: Messe Düsseldorf North America