News | August 21, 2008

ContextVision Signs CT Product Agreement with OEM

August 22, 2008 – ContextVision, a software imaging partner for medical imaging manufacturers, said it has an agreement with a global OEM for its GOPView CT image enhancement software.
The OEM will incorporate GOPView CT into products that will be launched in 2009. GOPView CT will reportedly reduce noise while enhancing fine structure and edges, producing an easier-to read-image.

“GOPView CT delivers improved image quality as well as the opportunity for reduced patient exposure,” said Jan Erik Hedborg, CEO of ContextVision. “This is a strategic agreement since it opens up the continued development of ContextVision’s 3D image enhancement product for CT.”

For more information: www.contextvision.com

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