Technology | Advanced Visualization | December 05, 2018

Fovia Launches F.A.S.T. AI Suite for PACS

Software allows any artificial intelligence results to be seamlessly integrated into PACS and universal viewers

Fovia Launches F.A.S.T. AI Suite for PACS

December 5, 2018 — Fovia Inc. recently announced the release of a new artificial intelligence (AI) visualization platform, F.A.S.T. AI Suite. F.A.S.T. AI Suite bridges the gap between the thousands of AI algorithm developers seeking efficient distribution, and the many picture archiving and communication system (PACS) and universal viewer companies seeking a streamlined way to visualize and deliver meaningful AI results to radiologists and physicians.

F.A.S.T. AI Suite provides PACS and universal viewer companies an innovative way to integrate and visualize critical AI results seamlessly within existing radiology workflows. Using the robust set of zero-footprint developer tools from Fovia’s F.A.S.T. Cloud Suite, companies can quickly build AI-driven diagnostic imaging workflows within their own visualization workstations and products.

Fovia showcased the visualization of results from numerous radiology AI vendors in a variety of results formats (e.g., DICOM Structured Report, DICOM Key Image, DICOM GSPS and segmentation objects) at the 104th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA), Nov. 25-30 in Chicago. In one convenient interface, radiologists will have instant access to AI results from many third-party vendors. Radiologists will be able to easily visualize, accept, reject, modify, measure, annotate and archive, as appropriate, these results by using the comprehensive workflows and tools powered by Fovia’s F.A.S.T. AI Suite.

For more information: www.fovia.com

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