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Fourier CEO Koh presents Advanced Rehabilitation 4.0 Technologies at Seoul National University



Zen Koh, a prominent figure in the field of rehabilitation technology, was extended a prestigious invitation to address an audience at Seoul National University (SNU).

Koh, who is co-founder and Global CEO of Fourier Intelligence, delivered an insightful exposition on the innovative concept of Rehabilitation 4.0, with his session focusing on the progressive concept of Rehabilitation 4.0, offering in-depth analysis and exploring its multifaceted impact on the  rehabilitation sector. 

Koh’s extensive experience of over two decades has made him a leading authority in the  rehabilitation technology industry.

Koh aims to push the boundaries of innovation through his role at Fourier Intelligence.

Under  Koh’s leadership, the  company has charted made significant breakthroughs in the domain of neurorehabilitation  robotics.

Inventions such as the ArmMotus EMU, ExoMotus M4, and  the newly launched MetaMotus Galileo have earned widespread accolades for their ingenuity and impact. 

Koh said: “I am truly honoured to have the opportunity to share my experiences with the next generation of  engineers.

“Events such as these are pivotal in fostering innovation and stimulating growth within the  industry.

“Asia is on a remarkable trajectory of advancement, particularly in MedTech.

“Yet, we must  intensify our focus and launch more initiatives to narrow the disparities between the East and West. 

“Our ultimate goal is to establish a cohesive and enduring rehabilitation ecosystem that champions  enhanced patient outcomes and promotes comprehensive recovery.”

Koh’s influence extends beyond the boundaries of technological innovation, with the CEO delivering educational initiatives and collaborating with industry experts.

Koh’s leadership has been pivotal in steering the company  towards landmark achievements and securing substantial investments from globally recognised investors such as Prosperity7, a fund under Aramco Venture, and the Softbank Vision Fund. 

The CEO’s session at Seoul National University illuminated the intricate aspects of  Rehabilitation 4.0, underscoring the potential of cutting-edge technology to redefine rehabilitation  practices, paving the way for a future where innovative solutions and collaborative efforts merge to  enhance the quality of life for individuals worldwide.

Koh said: “Reflecting upon the last two decades, it’s clear that the healthcare industry has  undergone profound advancements and breakthroughs.

“Yet, the shared commitment to knowledge  exchange and collaborative synergy is the most significant driver propelling this sector forward.

“My recent engagement in Seoul was a testament to this, providing a platform to connect with the dynamic  and innovative minds of the emerging generation.

“I remain steadfast in cultivating strong partnerships  among industry veterans, clinical authorities, and research innovators.

“With a vision set on establishing an integrated rehabilitation ecosystem that cohesively incorporates diverse, innovative solutions, I am  enthusiastic about the future milestones we will achieve through our collective endeavours.”

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