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OXSIGHT to sponsor the RP Fighting Blindness conference in London and information days in Birmingham, Leeds (and) Edinburgh

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OXSIGHT to sponsor the RP Fighting Blindness conference in London

OXSIGHT is proud to be sponsoring the annual RP Fighting Blindness conference to be held in London and will also sponsor workshops at their regional information days in Birmingham, Leeds, Edinburgh.

The London conference will be held on Saturday 23rd of June 2018 at 1 America Square, 17 Crosswall, London, EC3N 2LB. This venue is conveniently situated close to London Fenchurch Street, Tower Hill and Tower Gateway stations. You can learn more about this venue on the 1 America Square website: http://www.cavendishvenues.co.uk/city-conference-venues/

OXSIGHT’s Stephen Hicks will present on the main stage of the conference and there will be demonstrations of the recently launched, OXSIGHT Prism glasses.

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OXSIGHT awarded CE Mark certification for OXSIGHT Prism

OXSIGHT Prism Is Awarded the CE Mark Certification

OXSIGHT today announced it has been awarded a CE Mark certification for its smart glasses as a Class 1 medical device.

The CE mark confirms that the medical device meets the necessary essential requirements of the European General Medical Devices Directive including that it is fit and safe for the intended purpose.

This means that OXSIGHT has approval to market its smart glasses in the European Economic Area (EEA).

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OXSIGHT glasses go through final user feedback demonstrations before commercial release

OXSIGHT’s Final Feedback before Commercial Release

Bethan from the UK and Manuel from Germany were the latest people to receive a demonstration of the OXSIGHT Prism smart glasses. The OXSIGHT team, including customer care lead Rob Evans and consultant optometrist Daniel Crown demonstrated the glasses as part of the company’s programme, to work with and listen to feedback from the sight impaired community.

OXSIGHT is also working closely with blind community groups, including Retina UK and the Royal National Institute of the Blind (RNIB). The glasses are available directly from OXSIGHT as part of this early launch phase. Enquiries should be directed to care@oxsight.co.uk