Technology | Angiography | December 14, 2015

Toshiba Launches Interactive 3-D Site Planning Tool for Imaging Room Installs

Virtual flythrough dramatically reduces room design and planning time, helps ensure space efficiency

December 14, 2015 — Toshiba is making it easier to plan for system installation with Envision 360, the industry’s first interactive and real-time-customizable 3-D planning tool. Envision 360 maximizes efficiency in the planning process and allows for real-time customization, reducing the time it takes to design a room from weeks to as little as a few days.

Envision 360 delivers photorealistic and interactive 3-D renderings of both equipment and room layouts, instead of the current standard of static drawings. Users can virtually fly through the space and view the room from any angle, seeing exactly how the system moves and functions in the room to allow for maximum efficiency of space and less time spent in the planning process. This means that customers planning hybrid or multimodality offerings can ensure that interventional and OR equipment work together with enough room for clinicians to conduct procedures. The tool can reduce design costs and help hospitals budget more accurately for system installation.

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