Barnfind Technologies (headquartered in Norway) in cooperation with our Czech Republic partner, KASO TOGA s.r.o, are proud to deliver fiber communications systems infrastructure to several hospitals in Eastern Europe.


The Barnfind products, BarnOne and BarnMini, are used for the integration, control and routing of video signals from/to a variety of operating rooms and hospital auditoriums, offices and theaters.

KASO TOGA’s Martin Hyrnik, states that, with Barnfind and other technology partners, they can display images from medical devices such as endoscopes, laparoscopes, microscopes and transport/route these images to other locations for teaching and collaborative purposes. The main application is to display information such as X-ray images, magnetic resonance imaging, real-time tomography during operations on various installed monitors throughout the facility.

Barnfind is essential in converting, transporting and routing images up to the 4K/60fps standard.  In this hospital, surgeries and other operations are recorded for use in educating/teaching doctors and students.

An intuitive touch monitor interface provides control over the entire video transport system.  As well, KASO TOGA integrates audio and provides control of various hospital systems such as hall lighting, shadow-less operating room lighting, ventilation and air conditioning systems, door access, etc. As well, the system includes teleconferencing features permitting communication between the operating rooms in University hospitals, conference rooms and observation halls at various universities.

Wiggo Evensen, co-founder of Barnfind Technologies, is extremely proud to be contributing to several advanced hospital systems and is looking forward to continuing the work with KASO TOGA for years to come. “Developing advanced solutions for the telemedicine industry is very satisfying from an emotional perspective; in some ways, we are helping doctors and medical staff save lives.  Barnfind’s flexible BarnOne is perfect for situations where routing, conversion and signal transport of electrical and optical signals is needed.  This is essential for the collaboration and education of life-saving doctors in surgical operation processes”, says Evensen.

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