n-tv awards Beurer the title of "Hidden Champion"

For the Ulm-based healthcare specialist Beurer, 2017 is ending the same way that it began: with an award as an outstanding medium-sized company. Beurer achieved second place in the "Brand" category of the Mittelstandspreis (prize for medium-sized companies) "n-tv Hidden Champion 2017". Beurer Managing Director, Georg Walkenbach, was at the award ceremony in the 'Gesellschaftshaus' at the Palmengarten in Frankfurt am Main last Wednesday evening to accept the prize.

Keep an eye on and promote your health with “Amazon’s Alexa”

"Alexa, how many steps have I walked today?", "Alexa, heat up my bed!" In the future, the Cloud-based voice service, Amazon Alexa, will also have an answer to personal health questions or ensure a cosy warm bed for Beurer customers. The connection between the “beurer HealthManager” health management system and the “beurer CosyNight” app with the associated Beurer UB 190 CosyNight and UB 200 CosyNight heated underblankets makes this possible.

Warm up your bed when you are out and about with "CosyNight"

Many people suffer from cold feet in the cold autumn and winter months. It is especially important that your feet are warm when you fall asleep – this is also important for your health. It is said that a cool head and warm feet are the perfect conditions for sleep. The new "CosyNight" heated underblankets from Beurer make this comfort a reality. At MEDICA 2017, Beurer is presenting two new products – the UB 190 CosyNight comfort heated underblanket and UB 200 CosyNight fully fitted heated underblanket. Together with the "beurer CosyNight" app, they guarantee a pre-heated, warm bed in the evening!

FM 200 Achillomed: Relieves problems with the Achilles tendon

The Achilles tendon is the strongest tendon in the human body. However, overstressing and incorrect stressing may result in painful irritations in this area. At MEDICA 2017, Beurer is presenting its new FM 200 Achillomed, which can relieve problems with the Achilles tendon with a soothing massage.

Non-contact fever measurement with the coloured temperature indicator

Beurer, the Ulm-based health specialist, is presenting its new non-contact FT 100 clinical thermometer at MEDICA 2017. The body temperature is measured in seconds and the values are displayed using an LED temperature alarm including colour interpretation. Modern body temperature measurement is as easy as that these days!

New "HealthManager" update

The Ulm-based healthcare specialist is presenting its "beurer HealthManager" update at MEDICA 2017. Along with a fresh new design, users can look forward to expanded additional features.

New nebulisers – ultra-quiet, small and light

Beurer is presenting two medical devices at MEDICA 2017 – the new IH 55 and IH 60 nebulisers, which are particularly quiet and easy to use.

Beurer invests in healthcare technology startup Ovy

The Ulm-based healthcare specialist Beurer is investing a six-figure sum as a strategic investor in the collaboration with healthcare technology startup Ovy. Together, both companies are going to launch the Ovy Bluetooth® basal thermometer, a connected healthcare product for tracking women's cycles, on the market in mid 2018.

Innovations to be proud of

For the seventh time in a row, Beurer has been named the "Most Innovative Brand of the Year" by the Plus X Award. The participants who managed to win the most Plus X quality seals in their product group were honoured with this most prestigious award. This year, Beurer was also honoured as the "Best design brand" for the fourth time in a row. This special award is only awarded to one company per year and product group.

IFA 2017: Berlin gets the worst sleep

Beurer GmbH has also brought its "Sleep atlas 2017" along to IFA 2017 and will be presenting the results of its study on "How Germany sleeps". The study reveals that Berlin has the worst sleep in the regional rankings. Who comes out on top and which state has the most snorers or the most people sleeping naked is also discussed. The study was carried out by Dr Michael Feld, a sleep specialist from Cologne, and Professor Peter Young, Director of the Clinic for Sleep Medicine at the University of Münster.