LIVE SURGERY PRODUCTION
CLEARTECH Live are proud to be at the forefront of live surgery broadcasting in the UK.
We are routinely delivering live feed transmissions of surgery to conferences and meeting rooms for the medical profession and pharmaceutical industry.
Live surgery is an important part of surgical education. We are proud of our services to this sector and the reputation we've built using Sony broadcast HD equipment and our technical expertise to deliver live feeds to conferences and exhibitions.
We can arrange a broadcast over Satellite, broadband or fibre optic systems.
Our team are experienced in operating theatre protocol and have produced and broadcast live surgery events for Orthopedic, Heart, Cataract and Refractive Surgeons
Our full on-site support will allow you to get on with your event
Need advice, a quote or hire rates?
Call 02920 678 000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
I have worked with Ben and his team for many years....their technical expertise and experience of every aspect of an event is second to none and I couldn't imagine running my major events without them...
Tracy Marsh, Marsh Marketing
We worked with the guys recently in London and put simply they were brilliant. Nothing was too much trouble even adapting to our changing schedule during the event. We will see you again next year....
Martin, Production Management
Matt ,Thank you for Leading and operating the Video team .The show was a great success due to your technical expertise and leadership it was a pleasure to work with you. I hope to have the opportunity to work with you again next time I am in the UK....
Mike, One Smoothe Stone
Just wanted to drop you a line to express my gratitude...as always a professional job.
David Phillips, Wales Quality Awards
Matt...just wanted to say a HUGE thank you for everything you and the team did to make the 2014 Wales Nurse of the year Awards the undoubted success they were. The aim was to raise the quality of the production of the event and you more than fulfilled that objective.
Brian French, Royal College of Nursing