STOCKHOLM – Aug 13, 2020 – ContextVision, a medical technology software company specializing in image analysis and artificial intelligence, today reports a progressive second quarter. INIFY® Prostate Screening – the company’s first decision support tool in a planned digital pathology portfolio – was granted CE-mark status, paving the way for a strong entry into the […]
ContextVision today announced the strengthening of its board of directors. Martin Ingvar, Professor of Integrative Medicine at Karolinska Institute Sweden and founding member of International Consortium for Health Outcome Measurements (ICHOM), was elected as new member of the board at the annual general meeting.
ContextVision Sees Strongest Quarter Ever with Record Sales and Product Momentum within Digital Pathology
STOCKHOLM – April 23, 2020 – ContextVision, a medical technology software company specializing in image analysis and artificial intelligence, today announced record sales and EBITDA, mainly driven by the company’s medical imaging business, despite the current global challenges. ContextVision’s first digital pathology solution continues to accelerate toward market availability. Medical Imaging Sales in Q1 ended […]
STOCKHOLM – February 20, 2020 – ContextVision, a medical technology software company specializing in image analysis and artificial intelligence, today announced solid sales in Q4 to close out a record year for the company. With sales growth across its medical imaging offerings and patent approval for its unique method for high-quality digital pathology data generation, […]
ContextVision – Strong Q3 with solid sales, good inflow of new customers and first product in digital pathology enters beta-testing phase
ContextVision has seen a strong third quarter in 2019 as new customers have been added and the first product in digital pathology has entered the beta-testing phase. Q3 sales reached 23 MSEK and total sales are growing +5% compared to the third quarter last year. The operating result was positive 4.6 MSEK.
ContextVision – Second quarter saw commercial release of first AI-based product, Altumira™, Digital Pathology on track and record sales
ContextVision’s AI-based product Altumira™ for X-ray is now commercially available and INIFY Prostate for digital pathology will soon move to beta testing in several pathology labs. Q2 sales reached 23,1 MSEK, record sales for second quarter, 5,5% higher than Q2 2018. The operating result was positive 5,4 MSEK, mainly due to higher capitalization for product development but also supported by strong sales performance.
ContextVision reported strong sales in Q1, reaching 21.1 MSEK, 9% higher than the first quarter last year. The company reports positive feedback from user tests within digital pathology and continues to proceed with product development for this fast-growing market.
STOCKHOLM – April 4, 2019 – Please find ContextVision’s Annual Report 2018 attached. The report can also be found on the company’s website: www.contextvision.se Printed copies of the report will be distributed upon request by e-mail: For inquiries, please contact CFO Ann-Charlotte Linderoth E-mail: About ContextVisionContextVision is a medical technology software […]
STOCKHOLM – February 21, 2019 – ContextVision, a medical technology software company specializing in image analysis and artificial intelligence, is closing in on a commercial product within digital pathology with a planned launch in 2019. Tests prove that ContextVision’s algorithms perform as well as pathologists and have also helped identify suspicious cancer areas that are […]