News | Flat Panel Displays | September 28, 2017

Barco Incorporates NeoLogica RemotEye Suite for Diagnostic Display Demos in North America

Barco will demonstrate NeoLogica’s universal viewing solution allowing any DICOM image to be displayed anytime, anywhere, on any device

Barco Incorporates NeoLogica RemotEye Suite for Diagnostic Display Demos in North America

September 28, 2017 — Barco will use NeoLogica’s RemotEye Suite universal viewing solution software to enrich and simplify radiology and breast imaging display demonstrations in the United States and Canada. The software allows all types of patient images – including 3-D mammography – to be displayed in one easy-to-use application.

With the growing demand for patient imaging, it is essential to develop solutions that help radiologists manage the increased workload by enhancing their productivity and working comfort during long days. Barco offers a rich portfolio of diagnostic display systems designed to boost clinician’s diagnostic confidence and workflow efficiency in radiology reading rooms.

The NeoLogica RemotEye Suite will allow Barco to easily and efficiently demonstrate the benefits of its flat panel displays using a single viewing application that showcases its diagnostic display capabilities in the best light, according to Barco. The software offers full DICOM compliance, a web-based architecture, cross-platform compatibility and support for a wide variety of devices. Any DICOM image can be displayed anytime, anywhere, on any device.

Barco will utilize the RemotEye Suite software to demonstrate the complete line of Coronis and Nio display systems – featuring the multimodality Coronis Uniti and Coronis Fusion 6MP — educating radiologists on the wide array of diagnostic features for viewing a multitude of patient image types.

For more information: www.barco.com

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