News | Ultrasound Imaging | March 13, 2018

DiA Imaging Analysis Collaborates with Google Cloud to offer Automated Ultrasound Analysis for Transforming Patient Care

New collaboration accelerates global adoption of DiA’s breakthrough automated software tools, enabling quick, accurate and reproducible ultrasound imaging analysis, accessible anywhere and anytime

DiA Imaging Analysis Collaborates with Google Cloud to offer Automated Ultrasound Analysis for Transforming Patient Care

March 13, 2018 – DiA Imaging Analysis Ltd., a medical imaging analysis software company, announced today that it has entered into a collaboration agreement with Google Cloud.  The goal of the collaboration is to bring to market new advanced automated tools for ultrasound imaging analysis.

Healthcare providers will benefit from quick, reliable and reproducible ultrasound imaging analysis anywhere and anytime through DiA’s breakthrough automated software tools running on Google Cloud Platform. DiA’s tools utilize advanced, proprietary pattern recognition and sophisticated machine learning algorithms. The collaboration will transform patient care by offering advanced decision support via automation tools including image quantification and analysis through Google Cloud Platform, for both immediate and remote evaluations, starting with DiA's FDA cleared cardiac automated tools.

“Our automated tools can be easily implemented into any ultrasound device and any healthcare IT system including cloud-based platforms, all as part of the physician's workflow,” stated Hila Goldman Aslan, DiA’s CEO. Once Google Cloud announced its engagement with the medical imaging industry, it was natural that we join forces to offer our quick and accurate auto ultrasound analysis, together with Google's cloud-enabled capabilities, in order to improve patient outcome.”

For more information: www.dia-analysis.com

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