Technology | December 20, 2011

TeraRecon Unveils iNtuition Cloud Interoperability

December 20, 2011 — At RSNA 2011, TeraRecon released key enhancements to its iNtuition Cloud Internet-based advanced visualization software service. The goal of these enhancements is to facilitate interoperability and integration with informatics workflow.

Enhancements to the AquariusGATE DICOM Router mean it is now possible to automatically relay DICOM data to iNtuition Cloud, with encryption, and with automatic anonymization if required. That data can then be processed in interactive real-time, with any iNtuition tool delivered via a web browser from the cloud. Derived results can be relayed back to the originating site or any other destination via TeraRecon’s secure SSL “Reverse Upload” technology, which enables encrypted tunneling back from the cloud to an in-house TeraRecon server. The server decrypts the data and relays it via DICOM to a picture archiving and communications system (PACS) or other in-house informatics systems.

Front-end integration is also now supported, with iNtuition Cloud Launcher technology, which inherits existing TeraRecon interfaces to PACS, radiology information systems (RIS) or voice recognition system. The software facilitates a launch of a Cloud session in a browser, in context, and without ever requiring iNtuition Client software to be installed on the PACS reading station.

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