Anna MacDonald, Science Writer for Technology Networks, writes about ContextVision's recent participation in the 5th Nordic Symposium on Digital Pathology, ECDP in Helsinki, where they introduced their upcoming AI product, INIFY™ Prostate.
Keith Loira writes about the rapidly growing market for handheld ultrasound devices in the June edition of Radiology Today. In this article Ann-Sofie Hoff, marketing and product manager at ContextVision, gives her view on how small ultrasound devices can be of great benefit to both clinicians and their patients.
ContextVision’s latest patent approval for Artificial Intelligence Technologies has resulted in a seven percent increase in the company´s shares announces Norwegian business newspaper Finansavisen. Read the full article here.
Healthcare is faced with huge – and growing – challenges, many of which are associated with the aging population. There are more and more patients with chronic disease to provide care for, including a number of diseases – such as cancer – where new treatment approaches can significantly prolong survival. Against this background, ContextVision sees a great potential in new technology to supply healthcare providers with innovative products; by helping them improve both accuracy and efficiency they will ultimately be better equipped to address the challenges with which they are fac
October 19, 2016 -- Initially a technology used only by early adopters, 3D/4D ultrasound has indeed come of age, buoyed by mounting evidence of its diagnostic utility in a variety of clinical applications. Today, 3D/4D ultrasound is increasingly being used by healthcare institutions around the world.
ContextVision renowned in market research study, presenting a detailed segmentation of the global 3D medical imaging equipment market
Imaging Technology News: ContextVision Presents New Research on Power-Saving, Low-Latency Ultrasound Image Processing
At the 2015 IEEE High Performance Extreme Computing Conference (HPEC ‘15), ContextVision presented new results of research conducted with Texas Instruments (TI) and High Performance Consulting. The study outlines the achievement of low latency, reduced memory footprint and low power consumption through data streaming, specifically as a modification to portable ultrasound imaging devices. Read more […]