News | March 05, 2009

Rogan-Delft Features View Pro-X Viewing Solution at ECR 2009

March 5, 2009 - Rogan-Delft, reportedly the first PACS company in the world and the winner of several Frost & Sullivan Awards, said they have developed the Rogan View Pro-X viewing solution for the Totoku Independent Sub-pixel Drive (ISD) technology.

The View Pro-X, available as general diagnostic, orthopedic and mammography viewer, has been validated with the new ISD technology of Totoku Electric Co. The complete solution was introduced at the RSNA 2008.

Totoku medical monitors aim to deliver high resolution, high luminance, and crisp images. The new ISD technology realizes optimal depiction of image details and gives a faithful reproduction of the images, said the company. Driven by each sub-pixel value corresponding to detailed information recorded in an original image, ISD delivers three times resolution enhancement. The outcome is reportedly an excellent image reproduction, faithful to the original captured by the modality device.

The combination of Totoku’s high-end medical monitors with the viewing capabilities of Rogan’s viewing software results in a cutting-edge solution for the medical imaging market.

The solution will be presented again his month at ECR 2009.

For more information: www.rogan-delft.com, www.totoku.eu

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