News | Artificial Intelligence | October 19, 2020

Carestream Highlights Eclipse and Artificial Intelligence at RSNA 2020

Carestream's Eclipse Image Processing engine, which powers Carestream software such as ImageView, aims to deliver quantifiable benefits to the radiologist and patient.

October 19, 2020 — Carestream recognizes the impact of artificial intelligence in radiology applications, and continuously develops AI-based solutions to provide clinician, patient and business benefits. From machine learning to fixed algorithms and other techniques, Carestream utilizes advanced tools to produce high-quality images to support and help enhance critical clinical decision making. Its Eclipse Image Processing engine, which powers Carestream software such as ImageView, aims to deliver quantifiable benefits to the radiologist and patient. Eclipse uses proprietary algorithms to provide automated and robust image processing with the capability to adjust, manipulate and view images as needed.

For more information: www.carestream.com

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