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Vili Poznik born in 1933 in Slovenia, studied metal turning and plant engineering. His chief goal is helping people and improving the quality of life as his accessible inventions improve health and wellbeing. During the making of his many inventions he collaborated with hospitals, clinics, universities and scientists from different fields at home and abroad. In his work he focuses on the fields of physical medicine and information technology, which are based on quantum physics. Some call this extremely promising technology the technology of the third millennia.

Vili Poznik’s innovations concern mainly the quality of water, air and food. They improve wellbeing, health and our energy state. A manufacturing engineer by profession, he has been inventing for more than 60 years and still invents incredible products which can also be bought. His inventor’s journey began already in high school. He made an immense amount of products and is a pioneer in the field of informed products.

Poznik’s inventions were developed through professional collaborations with major hospitals, clinical centres, universities from across Europe, USA and former Soviet Union states, as well as renowned scientists of various calling, amongst them university professor dr. Gerald Fischer, university professor dr. Kokoschinegg, university professor dr. Jeglič, university professor dr. Turk, professor dr. But, academic university professor dr. Škokljev and many others.

Through his work Mr. Poznik generated 69 patents, prototypes and various brands. His work had been widely acclaimed and recognised throughout the international professional innovation community, resulting in 93 official certificates, awards and medals. Perhaps most recognized awards are those from international exhibitions in Pittsburgh (USA), Germany (IENA) and Switzerland (Geneva), while the collection includes some 23 gold, silver and bronze medals.

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