Amber Technology company logo. Advanced imaging technology propels Australia into the global ‘smart healthcare’ movement.


While telehealth was introduced as a temporary initiative in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, over 100 million services1 have been delivered across Australia since March 2020, transforming the way patients now seek basic treatment and support from health services. With the acceptance of telehealth services now embedded as a service offering, GPs have provided almost 83 million, specialists almost 11 million, and allied health professionals around 5 million services2 


Now it is set to go one step further with the introduction of AVer’s ground-breaking medical-grade MD330U Series cameras, brought to the Australian market by Amber Technology, as a pivotal development in this evolution of telemedicine that will be able to deliver quality care from every healthcare facility, moving telemedicine and tele-consultation a step forward. 


With an impressive 30X optical zoom, 4K resolution, and an extensive pan-tilt range, the MD330U Series cameras will help healthcare professionals capture every detail with the utmost precision. Advanced capabilities—like artificial intelligence (AI) face tracking, AI noise reduction, one-click pan-tilt, one-button snapshot, and infrared night view—are set to streamline medical workflows while enhancing efficiency and accuracy. 


Changing the way healthcare is delivered, AVer’s launch of the MD330U Series signifies a significant stride towards integrating digital technology in healthcare, bridging the gap to previously unreachable segments of the population through telemedicine. Enhanced by AVer’s high-grade cameras, the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in telemedicine enhances more accurate and early diagnosis, propelling Australia to the forefront of the global ‘smart healthcare’ movement. This technology by AVer will help address demand for Tele-ICU by offering real-time audio-visual communication, effectively maximising healthcare manpower by empowering remote specialists to collaborate with onsite caregivers.


Nathan Brady, General Manager, Amber Technology, said, “The MDU330U Series represents an instrumental leap in healthcare technology. Its high-quality imaging capabilities will revolutionise numerous healthcare processes, including telemedicine, surgical procedures, and patient monitoring. These cameras are more than a technological marvel; they are an indispensable tool for healthcare providers striving to improve patient care and outcomes.” 


Stanley Cheng, Vice President at AVer Information Inc., said, “This is a significant milestone in our mission to revolutionise healthcare through advanced imaging technology in Australia. Our medical cameras offer capabilities, to empower healthcare professionals to provide the highest standard of care to their patients.” 


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About Amber Technology  

Amber Technology is one of Australia’s largest and most respected distributors of high technology equipment solutions to the professional broadcast, film, recording, live production, musical instruments, residential and commercial installation, specialist hi fi and home entertainment markets.  


About AVer Information Inc. 

Founded in 2008, AVer is an award-winning provider of education technology and video collaboration camera solutions that improve productivity and enrich learning. From accelerating learning in the classroom to increasing competitive advantage for businesses, AVer solutions leverage the power of technology to help people connect with one another to achieve great things. AVer’s product portfolio includes professional-grade artificial intelligence-enabled auto-tracking cameras, Zoom and Microsoft Teams Certified enterprise-grade USB cameras, document cameras, and mobile device charging solutions. AVer strives to provide industry-leading service and support that exceeds customer expectations. AVer is deeply committed to the community and the environment, and it employs stringent green processes. Learn more at