Spectronic Medical

Spectronic Medical is a subsidiary of Spectronic, founded by Dr. Carl Siversson in 2012, based on technology developed in collaboration with researchers at Lund University. Spectronic Medical is focused on developing advanced image analysis products for health care and industry.
Spectronic history

Spectronic was founded in 1964 by Per Siversson. Since then, the company has been engaged in research, development and manufacturing of radio communications and mobile telephony. With pioneering technical innovations the company has developed a long series of successful products over the years. These products have been developed both under the Spectronic brand name but also for Philips, Plessey, Bosch, Siemens, Ericsson and other well-known companies.

During the late 70’s the world´s first unit for making selective calls with portable radios was designed by Spectronic. This technique is now one of the cornerstones for the ability to develop mobile telephones.

The development of the first handheld mobile telephone for the NMT network, the Spectronic TS200, begun in 1985. When it was launched four years later, the telephone quickly assumed a position of technical leadership. Its successor, the Spectronic Data Telephone TS220, with an integrated digital data terminal, was the first mobile telephone to enable simultaneous communication in speech, text and data.

During the second half of the 90’s the Spectronic Sidetouch Mobile for the GSM network was developed. This was the first mobile ever with a built-in digital camera. It was also featuring the very inventive Sidetouch interface, with which the user controls the entire phone by touching its sides. With full email support, MMS, SMS, fax and a built-in web browser this phone was truly unique when it was first shown.

When the Spectronic Sidetouch Mobile was released in the year 1999 it received massive attention in media with astonishing ratings in many tests. Among many other judgements it was dubbed the ”The star of the show” by the exhibition magazine Cebit News and ”The most exciting product on CeBIT” by Swedish newspaper Expressen.

Today, Spectronic focuses on research and development of exciting new technologies in the field of medical image processing as well as investments in promising technology related businesses.

The gold medal of the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences, IVA, was awarded to Spectronic in 1995. The enterprise received this distinction for among other things the development of the first mobile telephone with a built-in computer.

The Polhem prize, Sweden’s oldest and foremost technological science prize was given to Spectronic in 1991. The prize is given to enterprises which have distinguished themselves for successful engineering on the highest technological level.

Spectronic has also been appointed the Export Enterprise of the Year and the Electronic Enterprise of the Year in Sweden.

Subsidiary Spectronic Medical has been awarded as one of Sweden's 33 hottest young technology companies both in 2017 and 2018.

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Spectronic Medical was awarded as one of Sweden's 33 hottest young technology companies both in 2017 and 2018

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Spectronic's previous line of mobile phones

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The Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences gold medal awarded to Spectronic founder Per Siversson