SCHILLER Australia has been a proud distributor and supplier of SCHILLER products for over 23 years.

We are looking for technical challenges. Fun, the curiosity for something new, creativity and the courage to perform pioneering work: these are the things that distinguish our innovative power. This enthusiasm is noticeable in our products.

Our products are characterised by their leading-edge technology and highest quality and precision. It is not without reason that «Swiss precision» is praised around the world. We are committed to maintaining the highest possible quality standards, from development to production and sales.

 Our devices are universally applicable. We offer solutions for registered doctors as well as specialists such as cardiologists and pulmonologists, who work in GP surgeries, hospitals, university hospitals or in research. We also work with emergency doctors and rescue services, or support military operations on land, on the water or in the air.
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Could this be the Gold standard in wearables?
Could this be the Gold standard in wearables?

by Gabrielle Taylor August 23, 2017

With an aim to reduce the bulky health sensors that are currently used by practitioners, scientists have created a super-thin wearable that has the ability to record data through skin.

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Early-stage heart disease diagnosis via handheld scanner
Early-stage heart disease diagnosis via handheld scanner

by Gabrielle Taylor August 17, 2017

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Heart disease myths debunked
Heart disease myths debunked

by Gabrielle Taylor August 10, 2017

Know the facts: Heart problems are no longer an issue exclusively associated with old age, but increasingly young and middle-aged individuals - especially with current numbers of obesity, type II diabetes, hypertension and other risk factors becoming more prevalent at a younger age than ever before.

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New devices to fight pain without addiction
New devices to fight pain without addiction

by Gabrielle Taylor August 02, 2017

As a response to the soaring numbers of individuals that suffer from addiction to prescription medication, one clinical trial is trying to alleviate the need for drugs such as fentanyl for back pain in particular.

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