Technology | June 11, 2007

Double Black Imaging Releases New Software and LCDs

Double Black Imaging announced the release of its new software and LCDs including DBI developed X-Cal DICOM Calibration and QA software as well as DICOMetrix PACS Performance Monitoring software at SIIM 2007 in Providence, RI.
The X-Cal Calibration software is a proprietary package for Automatic DICOM calibration and display quality assurance that allows for both complete QA of LCDs and Front DICOM calibration. X-Cal consists of two components, a local agent package and a network administrative package. Paired together with their displays, this software and hardware combination allows each display to be remotely calibrated to the DICOM gray scale display function and monitored from a central workstation, send notifications to the central workstation or administrator when the LCD requires service and allow the administrator to adjust and perform DICOM 3.14 Calibration on each LCD from the remote location.
The DICOMetrix is reportedly the world’s only proactive DICOM image flow and network performance monitoring solution. DICOMetrix is a resource tool that enables PACS Administrators, Directors and IT personnel to actively monitor, historically track system performance and alert radiology and PACS support staff about system slow-downs and outages. Created by a PACS Administrator, this early warning system proactively tracks DICOM image flow and network problems before they become patient care problems.

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